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A lot can can be learned from this Ponderosa tree. From its days as a seedling to the majesty of its maturation. It's a fine example of perseverance and long-suffering through some pretty inhospitable elements, all while faithfully seeking the light. #brycecanyon #wallstreet #navajoloop

📷: @overlandforgood Trees reaching for light from the bottom of the canyon
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If you’ve ever been to Bryce and chose to hike the NAVAJO LOOP & QUEENS GARDEN TRAIL, then you’ve passed by this majestic beauty. And you’ll know when I say #nofilerneeded that that is a true statement. This park, this trail is a must see. 🔥 reds and oranges all around In the most unique formations. Truly a site to be hold. I hope you all get to visit here one day.
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Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail
2.6 mile Loop
There are some steep grades and edges where you have to keep an eye on the kids, but this loop is a great option for a family due to its easy access, relatively moderate grades, and great views, and yes very crowded.
Prepare to be amazed by this magical trip through otherworldly rock formations. This popular trail can be crowded especially near the rim, but the throngs often thin out in the lower canyon reaches. From Sunrise Point, drop into the canyon along a steep but wide trail along a ridgeline. Weave down through towering multicolored spires and past sparsely wooded areas. The most sweeping views occur at the top, but as you descend, the cliffs and hoodoos encroach. After a series of switchbacks and a few man-made tunnels, the descent eases considerably. Proceed through a ravine with multicolored hoodoos galore.
Climb up a wooded slope as the cliff walls get taller and closer as you ascend. After a very steep section of switchbacks, the Thor's Hammer formation appears and your back at the top rim. #brycecanyon #brycecanyonnationalpark #nationalpark #queensgardentrail #navajoloop
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Hiking the Navajo Loop at Bryce Canyon is really epic!!! #usanationalparks #usnationalparks #brycecanyon #navajoloop #myepichike #turistipercaso #lonelyplanet

#BryceCanyon 08-2018
My two #kids climbing up in between #hoodoos on #NavajoLoop and #QueensGarden. 1,5 hours walking for 4 km and 170 level difference. #GreatJob.
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Queen’s Garden/ Navajo Loop trail. Both majestic. #brooklynlakwachera #brycecanyonnationalpark #navajoloop #queensgarden #hoodoos

#navajoloop @ #brycecanyon NP Part 2. First pic is a pano with a backbend. #utahnps

#navajoloop @ #brycecanyon NP part 1. Other worldly 🤩 #utahnps

Vacay hike 2!!!

Been dreaming of this place since I first saw it on a postcard as a kid! This place is something magical and I’m so so proud of these boys for hiking it with me!!! .
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#brycecanyon #navajoloop #thorshammer #hoodoos #wallstreet #brycecanyonnationalpark #findyourpark #roadtrip #sayyestonewadventures #familyvacation #hikelife #unlikelyhikers #wwhmember #adventuremamas #hikemoreworryless #redrock #autismwontstophim #asd #touristyaf #motherofboys #bestbrothers #hotaf

We hiked the hoodoos in thunder and it was out of this world. Bryce Canyon is awesome. #brycecanyon #brycecanyonnationalpark #hoodoos #brycepoint #navajoloop #queensgarden #peekabooloop #utah #southwest #hiking

Grow where you are planted. 🌱🏜🌳 •


If you’ve ever been to Bryce and chose to hike the NAVAJO LOOP & QUEENS GARDEN TRAIL, then you’ve passed by this majestic beauty. And you’ll know when I say #nofilerneeded that that is a true statement. This park, this trail is a must see. 🔥 reds and oranges all around In the most unique formations. Truly a site to be hold. I hope you all get to visit here one day.
👣
👣
👣
Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail
2.6 mile Loop
There are some steep grades and edges where you have to keep an eye on the kids, but this loop is a great option for a family due to its easy access, relatively moderate grades, and great views, and yes very crowded.
Prepare to be amazed by this magical trip through otherworldly rock formations. This popular trail can be crowded especially near the rim, but the throngs often thin out in the lower canyon reaches. From Sunrise Point, drop into the canyon along a steep but wide trail along a ridgeline. Weave down through towering multicolored spires and past sparsely wooded areas. The most sweeping views occur at the top, but as you descend, the cliffs and hoodoos encroach. After a series of switchbacks and a few man-made tunnels, the descent eases considerably. Proceed through a ravine with multicolored hoodoos galore.
Climb up a wooded slope as the cliff walls get taller and closer as you ascend. After a very steep section of switchbacks, the Thor's Hammer formation appears and your back at the top rim. #brycecanyon #brycecanyonnationalpark #nationalpark #queensgardentrail #navajoloop

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