Bryce Canyon Peek-a-boo Loop

Overview: A hiker and horse trail that winds around hoodoo formations below Inspiration Point and Bryce Point, offering views of the popular Wall of Windows, the Three Wisemen, The Organ, and The Cathedral.

Distance: 5.5 miles (8.9 km) overall

Hiking time: About 3 hours

Best season: April–October

Difficulty: Moderate

Water availability: None

Topo maps: USGS Bryce Point; Trails Illustrated Bryce Canyon National Park

Jurisdiction: Bryce Canyon National Park. See

Appendix A for more information.

Finding the trailhead: From the Bryce Canyon Visitor Center, drive south 1.6 miles to a turnoff for Inspiration and Bryce Points. Follow road signs to Bryce Point and park in the designated area. The Bryce Point trailhead is at the north corner of the parking lot.

Trailhead GPS: 37.604028, -112.156667

The Peek-a-boo Loop is a hiker and horse trail that winds around hoodoo formations below Inspiration Point and Bryce Point. Views along this trail include the popular Wall of Windows, The Three Wisemen, The Organ, and The Cathedral as well as eastward views beyond the canyon toward the Aquarius Plateau, Canaan Mountain, and the Kaiparowits Plateau.

At one point the path passes through a man-made arch and into a small grotto with large hoodoo walls towering above. The trail descends through this cavern via a series of short switchbacks. At the bottom of the switchbacks, it emerges from the cavern with a close-up view of the Wall of Windows to the right. The trail briefly traverses the base of the Wall of Windows. Looking up at the canyon rim from here, hikers can see grottos in the cliffs.