Mrs Ram had picked a couple of hikes for our visit to Bryce Canyon National Park – Navajo Trail and Peekaboo Loop. We stopped at the visitors center and I ask the rangers about the trails. The ranger pointed out an elevation change of over 1000 feet for these hikes. She also noted that Navajo was listed as a moderate hike while Peekaboo was strenuous one. I began to wonder if Mrs Ram knew what she was getting us into.
Our hike started at Bryce Point so we already had a great view.
We had been planning to hike back along the rim Bryce point where our van Sparty was parked. However there just so happened to be a free bus that would take us back to Sparty so we skipped the last couple of miles on the rim trail and enjoyed a free ride.