April 25, 2017
One of the few trails in Bryce Canyon National Park, the Thunder Mountain Trail follows a forest for about 1.5 miles before climbing a series of steep switchbacks to a ridge that overlooks Red Canyon to the north, Wilson Peak to the southeast, and the Sevier River Valley to the west. This trail has amazing views and all types of terrain. Parts of the trail can be difficult, but it is generally not a hard trail to ride. There's one section that's 100yrds long and about 5ft wide with drops on both sides, that seems scary. After that you start some pretty steep switchback descent, that is very dangerous and gets your adrenaline going. The final section is fast rolling decent that will put a smile on your face. It isn't a very long trail but will leave you with excitement and muscle. It is very well marked, and not hard to get lost, amazing area to visit. You will have a blast!