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Gorgeous view of the river. Couldn’t cross the river due to flooding from a recent storm so if you’re planning on completing this trail, bring boots.

11 days ago

Fun easy trail. Do this one the first half of the day then cool down hiking Kannara Falls the second half! Be sure to bring enough water, it’s a long hike that’s sometimes very hot.

16 days ago

This trail starts two miles off the main road. I drove to the trailhead in my little car, so no worries if you don't have 4 wheel drive or an ATV. I didn't hike the whole thing because my old dog is a little limited and also I knew rain was moving in and didn't want to get caught in a storm. The trail meanders through wooded areas and meadows, sometimes the trail isn't well marked in the meadows so you have to just be up for an adventure and willing to search for where it picks up. Overall we loved it and will absolutely put it on our list of favorites for the area!

A good easy hike. Very enjoyable. Scenery is fantastic.

26 days ago

This was a great hike. We took our 2 year old and he walked the entire way to the top. Beautiful views and scenery!!

This is a beautiful, well maintained trail. It has varying terrain and a huge reward, with beautiful views all the way. I wouldn’t bring small children, as it does get very steep and can be slippery at the end. Great for pets, trail running, and peace and quiet.

beautiful hike!

1 month ago

While rated at ‘Easy’, some areas are a more moderate level. This is especially true for small children and old folks - like me. I loved the scenery! If you bring a dog, you may need to carry it in some spots if it’s a small dog.

Nice trail by the river but can get easily washed out. Might be possible to cross with good boots.

Great hike. Awesome view at the end. Watch your footing as the soils are loose. 4 of 7 of us fell coming down.

Beautiful easy hike with the family. We had fun chasing little lizards and climbing on som big rocks. Bummed there wasn’t any water to play in or walk through but still a great hike.

1 month ago

Not maintained. Path disappears shortly after leaving trailhead.

Super easy paved trail right off the road. I'm ridiculously out of shape and was able to make it easily. Waay cool petroglyphs too!

trail running
1 month ago

Incredible trail through an ancient bristlecone pine forest with a gorgeous blend of red orange and green, showcasing the unique geology of the area with a great view at the top. You can literally stand right on the edge of the breaks (careful of the loose soil!)

Very pleasant walk in a beautiful place.

Not as wet or crowded as kenarra Falls. Good canyons and really enjoyed the quiet time!

Great petroglyphs, large number, easy access.

Sorry, found it unremarkable.

3 months ago

Beautiful trail that's easy enough to take small children. We took our 4 year old and 2 year old and they had a blast. The pools are dried up right now but it's still worth the trip. Parking is $5 and self-pay, so unless you have a park pass make sure to bring a checkbook or exact change since no one is there to break change. If you're looking for an easy hike that embodies the unique beauty of Southern Utah, look no further. You will not be disappointed!

Pretty great hike, but I’d still highly suggest the Red Reef hike over this one.

This is one of the true hidden gems in Utah. The first part of this hike can seem long and dry, but it is really worth it. Be sure to take lots of water. Once you get in the slot canyon it cools down. Take you time and enjoy all the beauty of this canyon.

Fantastic short hike with massive red rock surrounding you throughout. There is an exciting section with footholds worn into the surface of the rock as you scoot around a small pond.

A really good & easy hike. The only thing that’s not fun is all the loose sand that you have to walk through. Other than that, it’s so beautiful!

3 months ago

Good hike, a hidden gem, but those walking dogs should be wary of broken glass randomly throughout trail

3 months ago

This is great hike with kids, not too long. the water is all dried up this time of year besides small pools at the top by the stairs. My 9 and 11 year old went up the rock holds without any problems. beautiful scenery the whole way, with some cool looking trees.
You do pay cash to park ($5), unless you have a national park pass, then it's free.

3 months ago

Easy trail that beautifully shows off the red rock in the area. There's a cave up on the cliff wall (keep your eyes peeled for it!) that has petroglyphs and the smoke stains from fires from a long time ago. There's a couple little paths to it so it's not hard to get to besides the uphill climb. Once you get to the boulder with the rope it gets more difficult to maneuver. Dogs wouldn't make it past this point and getting back down can be kind of tricky. When we were there, the wind through that section of the trail was quite gusty to you might want a windbreaker if you're there on a windy day. Would definitely recommend if you're in the area.

Great hike to start our trip. It was perfect to get acclimated to the area.

Beautiful hike!

4 months ago

Shhh! Don't tell anyone about this gem!

Beautiful red rock scenery! Highly recommend. Note, you need cash to obtain a campground parking pass. Parking is limited so go early. The trail leads you to a boulder with a rope you need to maneuver around which can get very tricky especially on the way back.

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