Bryce Canyon Spring Hikes

Spring is one of the best times to explore the hiking trails at Bryce Canyon.  Whether looking for a leisurely stroll or an adventurous trek, there are Bryce Canyon spring hikes for everyone!


Most day hikes at Bryce Canyon are found in the Bryce Amphitheater area.  This makes it easy to create the best Bryce Canyon hiking experience for the time you have to spend at the park.

Talk to a park ranger to get the most updated information about trail conditions and Bryce Canyon weather.  Some trails close due to unsafe conditions in the spring.

Spring temperatures in Bryce Canyon are perfect for hiking: – March: highs 45° F | lows 23° F – April: highs 54° | lows 29° F – May: highs 64° | lows 37° F

The easiest hike in Bryce Canyon National Park is the Sunset to Sunrise Point (or Sunrise to Sunset Point) trail. You’ll see fabulous views of the Bryce Amphitheater from above.

Sunset to Sunrise Spring Hike

The full Rim Trail runs from Fairyland Point to Bryce Point (or vice versa). It’s an easy hike with an elevation change of about 300 meters.

Rim Trail Spring Hike

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