Bryce Canyon’s Best Kept Secrets

Best kept secrets of Bryce Canyon

Southern Utah is one of the most popular tourist destinations. When I went there a few years ago, the skies were clear and the temperature was really great for a nice adventure. I stayed at the Stone Canyon Inn because it is located on the Eastern side of Bryce Canyon National Park and also the Tropic Trail. On top of that, they also provide very useful information for travelers on their website. Having the information I needed I was able to save time because I didn’t have to search for details before I actually went on a trip.
So what can you expect when you drive from Zion National Park? There are actually a lot of things to do. For one, you can have a short hike and you can also get to enjoy the scenic views of the Arches Trail located in Red Canyon. Depending on your preference, there are lots of hiking spots that you might want to visit. But personally, I would always love to go for secret spots where there are few tourists.
What is nice in going to Stone Canyon Inn is that it is not too far and there are easy trails so even if you are traveling with your kids or with older people it wouldn’t be a problem. This is actually a great alternative especially if you want to avoid the crowds gathering at Bryce Canyon in particular during peak season. Well staying at the Stone Canyon Inn, it felt really comfortable and I felt like I was just at home but4 the difference was that fantastic views and a wide range of activities await me.
The staff were very accommodating and very helpful. They provided me with information I need for my hiking trip. He was able to see a good view of the Bryce Canyon National Park from the Tropic Trail.
After a very delicious breakfast, I went out for a hike. Going via the Tropic Trail gives you a bottom-up view of the park. Coming all the way from Stone Canyon Inn, the drive is about 2.5 miles down to Bryce Way. Upon entering the park, you can see a small ladder and a wire fence. There you can see a sign note.
The Tropic Trail is used but what is nice about this trail is that it is properly maintained. As you walk this trail, you pass through and see juniper trees and Ponderosa pine. The trail itself is about 1.6 miles which will then take you to Peek-a-boo or Navajo loops.
I decided to go for the Wall Street and go my way to the Sunset Point. After that, I went down to Queen’s Garden trail. I spent time appreciating the views and it was definitely fun.
I just continuously Queen’s Garden trail and went back to the Tropic Trail. The hike was an 8 mile round trip. If you want to watch the sunrise, you can go northwest about 1.2 miles.
Bryce Canyon is truly a piece of heaven. From its captivating views to the different activities that travelers can try, I would definitely come back for more.

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