Minimal driving; multiple short distance transfers to trailheads throughout the day. Hiking about 5 miles total; Navajo Loop and Queens Garden Trail is about 3.5 miles, elevation change of 521 feet; Rim Trail from Bryce Point to Sunset Point is about 2 miles one-way, 300 foot elevation decrease on groomed trail.
At the hotel restaurant, the breakfast buffet includes fresh fruit, yogurt, assorted baked goods, cereal, an egg dish, French toast, oatmeal, breakfast potatoes and meats, coffee, assorted teas, juice, milk and water.
We'll travel via motorcoach to the trailhead for the Queen’s Garden Navajo Loop trail. This hike is absolutely the best way to see the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon. The views from Sunrise Point and Sunset Point along the rim are stunning, but you will experience an entirely different perspective from the canyon floor looking up at the hoodoos. We start by hiking down Wall Street, a narrow canyon with high rock walls on either side. From the canyon floor we continue on the trail to Queens Garden where we'll see some of the most spectacular formations in the park, including Queen Victoria herself.
On the trail, we’ll have boxed lunches including a sandwich, chips, fruit and cookie.
We’ll continue exploring Bryce Canyon with a Rim Trail hike from Bryce Point to Sunset Point with views into the canyon's amphitheater of the multicolored fins, hoodoos and spires. Our motorcoach will pick us up near Sunset Point and bring us back to the hotel.
At Ebenezer's Barn & Grill you will enjoy a buffet choice of BBQ, steak, salmon, chicken or veggie options. Dinner includes coffee, tea, soft drinks, water; other beverages available for purchase. Musical entertainment follows dinner.
At leisure. Be sure to prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.