Bryce Canyon's Navajo Loop Trail, Closed by a Rock Slide in 2006, Is Reopened
The trail system at Bryce Canyon National Park isn't very long, but it is one of the most intriguing in the national park system because it places you in the surrounding geology. Walking through Fairyland Canyon or the Queen's Garden is such an incredible experience, one that won't soon be forgotten.
The Navajo Loop Trail also is one of those remarkable trails, leading hikers past Thor's Hammer and through Wall Street. Unfortunately, on May 23, 2006, a rockfall in Wall Street blocked off a portion of the trail and made it impossible to complete the entire loop.
Well, after 14 months of studying the surrounding geology to make sure more rock slides weren't in the offing and devising a new trail through Wall Street, park officials have reopened the entire 1.3-mile Navajo Loop.