The Queen's Garden, combine with the Navajo Loop, is a fantastic hike. I recommend doing in the early morning if you're visiting during the heat of summer though as it's quite exposed.
The National Parks leaflet recommends descending on the Queens Garden side (i.e Sunrise Point) and then climbing out via Najavo to Sunset Point. But I disagree. The trail isn't as steep on the Sunrise Point side, making an ascent much easier. Either way, it's stunning. Do it if you can. But wear decent shoes and a hat, and bring at least a litre of water. Like I said, it's pretty exposed.
Also, please don't feed the animals... I saw so many people doing this and it broke my heart. Giving wildlife human food changes the bacterial balance in their stomachs, making it impossible for them to then digest their usual diet. As such, they starve. So please please don't contribute to this. Thx!
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