From Utah's famous icon, Delicate Arch, to other surreal features, Arches National Park offers a plethora of hiking trails for visitors of all ability levels. Intertwining trails allows visitors to see many of the park's 2,000 sandstone arches up close and personal within a few days.
Best seasons for hiking this Jurassic landscape of the most beautiful desolation you’ll ever encounter? Spring and fall. During the summer months, seek out shady canyons (check the weather for flash flood warnings); during the winter, pray you get to witness the most gentle snowfall on red rock country. Full list of Moab hiking trails.
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Spooky Gulch is a short slot canyon hike in the Grand Staircase-Escalante area, located on the Hole-in-the-Rock Road, 26 miles south of the town of Escalante. Learn More. Coyote Gulch. Located in the vast Grand Staircase-Escalante desert, Coyote Gulch is a winding, semi-narrow canyon that snakes its way down through incredible red rock. Learn More.
Located in the heart of Park City with over 450 acres of open space and 15 miles of trails. Click here to view map. Park City Mountain Trails. Click hereto view Park City Mountain's summer trails map. Ambush Trail. Mixed use. More difficult. 1200 feet of elevation gain.
The Kanarraville Canyon Falls Trailhead is due east of the town of Kanarraville. From Cedar City, take 1-15 South and then exit at Kanarraville. From Kanarraville, you can either park at City Hall and walk to the trailhead (which will tack almost 1.5 miles more on to your hike), or take 100 North.
hike has two parts, one which is a long walk of 3.5 miles steep slope with a well built trail. after that comes the part were you have to climb a strenuous mountain all the way till top. the hike is a experience in itself. take lots of water and good food to keep you going.
Hike along park nature t... Flight Recreation Area Utah State Parks and Recreation and the Utah Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association (UHGPGA) are partnering to preserv... Fremont Indian and Discover artifacts, petroglyphs, and pictographs left behind by the Fremont Indians.
Hiking in Goblin Valley Goblin Valley State Park presents a fun and unique experience for those who wish to explore on foot. The Valley of Goblins, our most well known attraction, spans nearly three square miles and is a free-roaming area that can be explored at your leisure.
The Dead Horse Point Overlook Trail (200 feet one way, very easy) This is the main attraction of Dead Horse Point State Park. From the overlook parking lot, a short paved pathway leads to breathtaking views of the Colorado River and adjacent canyon country some 2,000 feet below.
At Albion Basin, wildflowers you will see include lupine, Indian paintbrush, American bistort, sunflowers, fireweed, and many more! Drive to the very top of Little Cottonwood Canyon and park at the Albion Grill. There is a trail just behind the Grill that takes you through a variety of wildflowers and offers great mountain views.
The Monument Valley area is huge and diverse, with landscapes ranging from sandy desert to forested mountains and deep canyons. Hiking opportunities here are also diverse. Many trails do have one thing in common - they lead to impressive ancient Anasazi structures and rock art.
Dark Canyon Wilderness Trip Overview: The Dark Canyon Wilderness, south of Canyonlands National Park, offers beautiful forest and desert scenery, Indian ruins, and peace and solitude. **This five- to seven-day trip is only for experienced backpackers.
The All Trails directions to the trail head have you starting at the gravel parking lot off the main road. However you want to head up the side road towards Winward reservoir. If your driving up from the Payson area, there is no sign indicating the parking area is the road u want. Check your map closely.
Paria Canyon and Buckskin Gulch Buckskin Gulch is a long slot canyon tributary to Paria Canyon. It is managed as wilderness and regarded as one of the world's best hiking destinations. It is managed as wilderness and regarded as one of the world's best hiking destinations.
This hike is 78% of the elevation gain of summiting Timpanogos via the Timpooneke Trail, just to give you some perspective. My date and I summited in just under 3 hrs and descended in 1. It was a KILLER pace for us since it was our first real hike of the season.
Hiking-Orderville Gulch Even more narrow than the Zion Narrows, Orderville Gulch is a prime example of Zion beauty. Higher up in the gulch, the walls are not so narrow, or so tall, but as hikers descend towards the Virgin River, the walls begin to tower overhead, closing in until at some places, they are just 10 feet apart.
Drive east on 3800 south towards Mill Creek Canyon. Turn south at the 4-Way stop sign onto Parkview Dr to Parkview Terrace and turn east. The second street heads south leading you to White Park, at the end of the road is the trailhead. Neff's Canyon Trail is a 3.5 mile hike or backcountry ski trail.
Excellent, beautiful hike and a great introduction to non-technical slot canyons. We were two adults with a 40 pound dog and consumed about 1.5 gallons of water on a hot, late May day. We started at 8 am and finished around 1 pm, with stops for snacks and lunch. We went up LWH, which was a fun and beautiful slot canyon, and down Bells.