Hoodoo you do Bryce Canyon? Looking down into the National Park from just below the rim, at sunrise.
Although there are hikes elsewhere in this park, the primary must-walks are a) around the rim and b) below the rim, in the bowl or canyon – though it doesn’t look much like a canyon to the BugForce.
A rim walk is fairly easy with no huge changes in elevation but constantly changing views and scenic overlooks, and can vary from a few hundred feet (400m) to 11 miles (18kms) long, depending on fitness and time available.
Hikes below the rim are a little more challenging since the hiker starts on the rim and descends a couple of hundred feet to Hoodoo ground level and needs to ascend later. But no big deal and the sights from below are even more spectacular than from the rim. Walks under the rim stretch from a mile or two (3kms) up to 23 miles (32kms).