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Navajo Loop Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park

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  • This is a fairly level easy hike. Only spots a little strenuous are going down on the switchbacks and then coming back up on the steep incline. Very relaxing. 
  • Utilizing the natural terrain to long course course you can walk easily even for beginners in Bryce Canyon National Park, because of the steep trail. Looking up from below while traversing the Navajo RUP trail Canyon wilderness of spires is compelling. Want to challenge people to go in the summer. So I was walking too close there is aggravation in a steep climb back will to foot, 80-year-old lady takes the time to really enjoy. I enjoy the candy trail shoes (tennis shoes or OK), sunglasses, water and sugar supplies or sticks (legs no confidence man), is a summer must-haves?. I climbed up and down slowly, taking pictures half an hour was enough. West and East of the course (uphill and downhill are reversed) not so different looking rocks look like like. Even where the river and get down to the bottom, it's also fun. It was fun.
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  • At the end of the scenic drive we did starting from Sunset Point a combination of Navajo loop with the Queens garden trail to the Sunrise point. The beginning of the so-called Amphitheatre was pretty steep and in the blazing sun. Because it is sheltered from the wind there, it will be properly warm. When iterating down, that was not the problem. Who is the other way around the tour, has this piece as a steep final stage. Come on down, we decided to attach us to still the Queens garden trail and so towards the Sunrise Point. As in most parks, we got good maps with the orientation fell slightly. In addition, it had also plenty of other tourists, one would have to ask. Only in the Queens Garden was not well characterized a dead end. The combination of the two trails is more interesting in my opinion, because more varied than just the Navajo loop. There are some meters to overcome at a sea level to 2500 m, which was well within, but requires more time or a certain base fitness. Is independent of the fitness level to take recommended enough drinks not only by me.
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