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Peek-A-Boo Bryce Canyon is a magnificent hiking trail in BCNP. You can enter it from Tropic Trail, Queens Garden, Navajo Loop or Bryce Point.
Bryce Point had a rock slide in the summer of 2013, so the entrance to Peek-A-Boo trail from there may be still closed. Some of the rocks that feel left some dangerously balanced rocks still above. Until the NPS determines the safest way to open the trail, it may be closed when you arrive.
The best news though - this beautiful hiking trail can be entered from the other 3 trails!
Peek-A-Boo is a 3 mile hike amongst some of the prettiest Hoodoos in Bryce Canyon National Park. As the name implies, you will see multiple windows within the Hoodoos themselves. In the other amphitheaters, many of the Hoodoos are incredible structures, but few will have windows. This trail will have many of them all throughout the hike.
Despite all the many special "windows" along the trail, there are some exceptionally beautiful Hoodoos as well. Actually, any trail within Bryce Canyon will have lots of Hoodoos!
A very popular way to do this trail is to enter the park from the Queen's Garden and go down to the bottom area. Then you will see a trail leading over to Peek-A-Boo. From there we feel the nicest way to see it is to stay left and go around the loop in a "clock wise" direction.
When you come back to the junction of the trails, stay to your left again and go back out through the Navajo Loop trail up to your car. This will then be a combined hike of approx 6 miles.
The scenic views will make that 6 mile hike seem like a "Walk in the Park"!
The Peek-A-Boo Bryce Canyon Trail is different from the one out in the Grand Staircase - same name, but completely different area and type of trail.