9 Hidden Gems to Discover in Bryce Canyon National Park


Welcome to Bryce Canyon National Park, a wonderland of red rocks, pink cliffs, and endless vistas.  

One of the easiest and shortest trails in the park, Mossy Cave Trail leads you to a hidden waterfall and a moss-covered cave. 

Mossy Cave Trail 


If you want to escape the crowds and enjoy a more challenging hike, Fairyland Loop is a great option.  

Fairyland Loop 


One of the most impressive natural arches in the park, Natural Bridge spans 85 feet and stands 125 feet high. 

Natural Bridge 


Another hidden gem along the scenic drive, Agua Canyon is a deep and narrow gorge that showcases the contrast between the red and white rocks of the park. 

Agua Canyon 


Yovimpa Point is the southernmost viewpoint along the scenic drive, and it overlooks the Pink Cliffs, the Grey Cliffs, and the White Cliffs. 

Yovimpa Point 


This 1-mile loop takes you through a grove of ancient bristlecone pines, some of which are over 1,800 years old. 

Bristlecone Loop 


Don’t let the name fool you, Swamp Canyon is not a swamp, but a lush and green oasis in the middle of the desert.  

Swamp Canyon 


One of the best places to watch the sunset in the park, Paria View is a viewpoint that faces west and overlooks the Paria River Valley.  

Paria View 


If you want to see some of the cultural and historical treasures of the park, you can look for the petroglyphs, or rock art.



Next: 8 Best Hikes to Explore the Beauty of Bryce Canyon National Park

Scribbled Arrow

Found this valuable? Please share with others. Thanks For Reading!