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Queens Garden and Navajo Loop

This is one the most popular/busy hikes in Bryce Canyon. While we didn't see any other kids on this hike, it can be done! The hike begins at Sunrise Point off of the rim. It's steep no matter what direction you start at, but it's totally worth it. The scenery was out of this world cool. This hike was surreal. I honestly can't get over how amazing it was. I was a little worried about taking two babies on this hike, but with my MIL by my side, we were fine. Queens Garden is only .8 miles long (one way.)

Bristlecone Loop Trail | Bryce Canyon

We'll be sharing two hikes from Bryce Canyon today! Watch for Queens Garden later today. Bristlecone Loop is a very EASY hike. We pushed the kids in our $15 strollers. Later we saw a woman in her motorized wheelchair on the trail. It's also gorgeous. Bristlecone trees are so unique too. (Tree on left.)These aren't your typical pine trees. Bristlecone needles grow in groups of five and the oldest Bristlecone tree is 5,000 years old. This trail is appropriately named. Another one of my favorite pine tree is the ponderosa tree. Which, I've mentioned before here. They totally smells like

Queens Garden and Navajo Loop | Bryce Canyon | Adventurin'

Harmony here! I'm so excited to tell you about the Queens Garden and Navajo Loop hike we did in Bryce Canyon earlier this summer. The weather was perfect and it has been my favorite hike I've ever done. The only thing that would have made it better, was if the husband could have come with us. The hike begins at Sunrise Point off of the rim. I researched quite a bit before leaving and supposedly, this is the "least difficult trail entering the canyon from the rim." While going down wasn't bad at all, I imagine going back up wouldn't

Hike the Hoodoos Challenge | Bryce Canyon | Bristlecone Loop | Rainbow Point

Bristlecone Loop, Rainbow Point & Hike the Hoodoos Challenge When I was a kid, family trips were such a drag. We were too cool to get out and look at all the beauty around, too cool to have family photos taken, just too cool for words, right? What I wouldn't give to change that. Now that I'm a parent, I'm constantly trying to find things that will amaze my kids heads off. Problem is, they are 2 1/2 and 1. They are just as happy with a wrapper as they are seeing Bryce Canyon. Aiko (2 1/2) is actually starting

Bryce Canyon Lodge & Cabins | Road Trippin' | Southern Utah

Harmony here! A few weeks ago I was able to take my babies to Bryce Canyon National Park. My Father-in-law worked at Bryce Canyon Lodge in the 60's for 9 years! Every five years there is a reunion for those who worked at Bryce from 1950 to 1970s. He was in charge of the reunion, so we kind of invited ourselves. It's not very often we get Grandma ANNNDD Grandpa to ourselves! This was my first road trip all by myself with just the #ohniceandchubbybabies. Bryce Canyon is 5 hours away so I wasn't quite sure how all of this
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