Maple Canyon Arch Trail

MODERATE 7 reviews

Maple Canyon Arch Trail is a 3.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Fountain Green, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

3.5 miles 1318 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

kid friendly



nature trips

rock climbing


trail running





wild flowers


Maple Canyon is a fabulous place in general to explore, full of incredible rock climbing routes, slot canyons, and pristine forest. While in Maple Canyon, venture down a well-used trail up to the Arch. This is a natural archway that extends over an alcove on the south side of the Middle Fork of Maple Canyon. Once at the arch there are many bouldering opportunities to get a higher vantage point of the arch itself. Parking is $3

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1 year ago

great little hike little of an up hike but not too steep. very unique rock. Lots of shade. Would like to come back and do the loop and left fork as well.

1 year ago

The trail to the arch is marked as only .5 miles (one-way), if you do the entire loop the total distance is around 3.5 miles). I've made a detailed post (with tracks) about the loop trail (including the arch and the cave and slot canyons) at

2 years ago

Fabulous. One of the most interesting trails I've encountered. This canyon is made of a rare rock conglomerate; small to medium rocks of every color but blue 'sealed' together by some geological oddity. The Arch trail is well marked, easy to moderate, becoming steepish toward the top. Coming down the right fork to form a loop, it turns into a more gradual descent as it is a rough dirt road. Safe for the most part and very scenic. A treasure trove for rock hounds. But don't try taking them home.

4 years ago

It was a short hike from the main parking lot in Maple Canyon. You must pay $3 to park at the lot. Be sure to take the middle fork trail, not the Left fork trail. There are signs that mark the way. There are fun climbing opportunities around and behind the arch.