Owen's Loop is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near St George, Utah that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Owen's Loop really isn't a loop until you get to the end and the trail makes a very small loop around and back to the trail you came in on.scription: Owens Loop Trail roughly follows the urban edge of St. Georges northwestern downtown residential area from on top of red sandstone bluffs. From the vantage point of the trail, great views of downtown St. George as well as the surrounding area to the south, all the way to the Hurricane Cliffs, can be seen. An added bonus is the red rock formations that make up the trail; nothing spectacular, but lots of slick rock and rock outcrops. The first part of the trail is well-tread, but pay attention, as the route across the slickrock can be hard to follow.
Good little hike with great views.
Great views of the city. As some others have said, the trail is a little hard to follow in some spots.
Such a pretty little hike and such beautiful views of St George at the end of the hike!
Very nice and kid friendly.
Great views of St. George. Well marked trail. Parking area across the road from trail head.
Great views, hard to follow the trail at some points.
A pretty "rustic" trail. Definitely take a phone/map as I found myself losing the trail at times. I'd rate it a little tougher than easy due to some rough areas. Felt like I was on the cover of trail runner magazine at times.
Great simple hike. Best trail for a night hike.
Easy hike. loved liking at the golf course and enjoying the views of the city
easy hike with excellent view of the city!
I have done this hike multiple times and it never disappoints! Great views of the city and a few spots of easy scrambling adds to the appeal.
Wouldn't care to go back.
Nice easy jaunt carrying a baby.
Beautiful hike. great views of st george and surrounding area. :)