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Hiking

The St. George area is home to some of the most incredible and iconic trails in the world. Come explore the thousands of miles of great hiking trails that Southern Utah has to offer! Whether it’s your first time visiting or your hundredth, hiking and exploring the beautiful red rock landscapes will keep you coming back time and time again! Plus, the beautiful, year-round sunny St. George weather makes hiking the perfect outdoor activity.

Zion National Park near St. George
Zion National Park
Snow Canyon State Park in St. George Utah
Snow Canyon State Park
Red Rock in St. George Utah
Kolob Canyon

Our staff has picked out a few of our favorite hikes for you, but we encourage you to research these trails to determine which ones are dog-friendly, family-friendly, and the current trail conditions.

Zion Area

Hike Distance in Miles Difficulty
SHUTTLE REQUIRED
Angels Landing 5 miles Hard
The Narrow's 2-8 miles Easy - Hard
Emeralds Pools 3 miles Moderate
NO SHUTTLE REQUIRED
Canyon Overlook Trail 1 mile Easy
The Watchman Trail 3 miles Moderate

Snow Canyon Area

Hike Distance in Miles Difficulty
Johnson Creek Trail 1.7 miles Easy
Jenny Canyon Trail 0.3 miles Easy
Petrified Dunes 1.2 miles Easy
Lava Tube Trail 2.3 miles Moderate

Kolob Canyon Area

Hike Distance in Miles Difficulty
Timber Creek Overlook 1.1 miles Easy
Middle Fork Taylor Creek 5 miles Moderate

Kanab/Hildale

Hike Distance in Miles Difficulty
White Domes via Water Canyon 5.8 miles Moderate - Hard
Squaw Trail 3.2 miles Moderate
Sand Caves 1.0 miles Easy

St. George Area

Hike Distance in Miles Difficulty
Owen’s Loop 2.7 miles Moderate
Aspiration Point 1.8 miles Moderate
Red Reef Trail 2.2 miles Easy - Moderate