The most basic, easy, everybody should do trail in Bryce Canyon is the Rim Trail between Sunrise Point and Sunset Point. This trail is flat, easy, and stroller friendly. Additionally, this hike can be done as a shuttle trail if you have someone to drive the car from parking lot to parking lot.
The trail runs right along the main amphitheater in Bryce Canyon and leads to several lookout points that have gorgeous views of the orange hoodoos. Anyone can and should hike this trail in either direction. As you hike along, make sure to look for wildlife. There will be plenty of people, but we also saw Stellar’s Jays, which are the most beautiful blue bird, and chipmunks and squirrels. This Rim Trail is quietest and best in the morning.
One interesting way to complete this hike is to add it to the Queen’s Garden and the Wall Street Trail. You can park at either Sunset or Sunrise Point and make a loop of the Rim Trail, Wall Street, and the Queen’s Garden. This is a beautiful hike and combines 3 of Bryce’s best. This loop runs about 3 miles.
Everyone needs to walk this short section of the Rim Trail when they visit Bryce Canyon. The views are spectacular, and we love that it is accessible for everyone.
For more information about Bryce Canyon, check out our Bryce Canyon National Park Family Guide. This post shares all the stops you should make on your trip to this national park.