The center perspective from Inspiration Point is a forest on either side of the Bryce Creek drainage basin. Most of the trees are ponderosa pines, blue spruce, Douglas fir and white fir. There are also gnarly and twisted bristlecone pines, some over 1,500 years old. This green vegetation is in sharp contrast to the rust-colored cliffs towering up to 9,000 feet over the valley. Winding through the lower ridges and ravines is Peekaboo Trail. The path is three or five miles long depending on your start and end points. There are three trailheads: Sunrise Point, Sunset Point and Bryce Point. The trail has an elevation change of 900 feet and is rated moderately difficult. Peekaboo Trail is a great option if you want plenty of scenery without a crowd.