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- Address: Mesa Trail, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-4358345322
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Geological Formation, Trail, Walking Area, Nature
The descent through Wall Street offers perhaps the best introduction that you can get to Bryce Canyon's otherworldly landscapes. As you start with your steep descent along the switchbacks, you can watch the beautiful amphitheater slowly disappear behind the spectacular hoodoos. The lovely orange walls of Wall Street gradually start to close in on you, and if you happen to look behind you, you might even get a nice view of several hoodoos piercing the sky until the top. Like all other hikes in Bryce, it's tough to fully articulate the experience in words; what you really need is to experience it for yourself to understand the magic of Bryce.
Wall Street Travel Tips
- Do not take the hike if you are physically unfit.
- Carry water with you.
- Carry wind-cheaters just in case it starts to rain.
- Keep your cameras handy.
Entrance Ticket Details For Wall Street
- Only prices to the Bryce Canyon National Park apply.
Wall Street Hours
- Only hours to the Bryce Canyon National Park apply. For additional hours like for the trail and overnight visit, please contact the visitor centre.
How to Reach Wall Street
- Take the shuttle service to Bryce Canyon National Park.
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61.24% of people who visit Bryce Canyon National Park include Wall Street in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
35.92% of people start their Wall Street visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Wall Street
83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wall Street
Wall Street Reviews & Ratings
This is the area known as ‘Wall Street’. The hike down to these vertical cliffs that resemble closely built high walls, (like Wall Street) takes off from the Navajo Loop Trail. It’s a bit like the Narrows at Zion, only not so intense. There is water in the bottom in places. Because it was getting dark and the storm clouds were moving in from the south, I took these two photos from above. The trees grow up between the walls where they can and they get quite large and tall. If you walk down at the bottom, you can stroll among the trunks that have their branches peeking up top between rock formations.
Needs a trail marker