The Fairyland Loop in Bryce Canyon National Park is a real treat. It offers superb scenery over eight miles of almost empty hiking trails. There’s a bit of elevation loss…and gain – 950 feet up and down but it’s done gradually so you’ll barely notice it. And the trails are well signed.
I certainly recommend hiking the Navajo, Peekaboo and Queens Garden trails too – because they’re in your face beautiful. But if you have a second day or you’re a strong hiker then the Fairyland loop offers a quieter beauty. It took us 8.5 hours to hike both loops with lots of time for photography. Otherwise allow between 3 – 3.5 hours to hike just the Fairyland loop.
Here’s a look at what you’ll see along the Fairyland Loop hike. It’s one of the best one day hikes I’ve done.
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