Looking for a great trail in Dixie National Forest, Utah? AllTrails has 57 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 34 moderate trails in Dixie National Forest ranging from 1.2 to 47.9 miles and from 4,081 to 11,312 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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river

hiking
3 days ago

Stunning views all the way up, especially with the Fall colors. Strenuous climb, with a fair amount of rocks to navigate, but I made it fine without poles. There are a couple of forks near the beginning that aren't marked, so it helped to have GPS and the Alltrails map. The end of the Oak Grove Trail is not marked and the trail continues towards the climb to the summit. I carried on a ways past the Alltrails trail end to reach the 9000ft mark. Absolutely loved the hike, great workout and a great views.

hiking
rocky
scramble
5 days ago

Very interesting geology on this hike. Not particularly difficult but slow going with all the scrambling. Majestic canyon with quite a grand scale. Descent to the river was no big deal. Lot of ice in October.

We had four boys and a dog and found it a little strenuous at first, but well-worth the effort. There were many interesting features all along the trail and the views of the canyon were first-rate. Absolutely beatiful contrast of red cliffs and white rock. We had a bit of trouble finding the trail on the way back, but we figured it out.

hiking
private property
5 days ago

The most amazing trail up close and as personal as it gets to the most amazing rock formations of this canyon. Every turn took my breath away. Dry river, so no water. You can’t imagine what views this hike has from the visitors center or trail head. A hidden gem!! My dog loved it after all the restrictions in the national parks.

hiking
6 days ago

This was a fantastic short hike with incredible scenery.

hiking
10 days ago

Loved the hike and crowd free.

mountain biking
10 days ago

Wonderful trail, love the aspens and the lava rock!!

hiking
13 days ago

Short, easy, great views! Lots of fall colors now.

Beautiful trail. There are sections that are very sandy, more so as you get closer to the candy cliffs. The overlook at the cliffs is great and you can explore them as much as you want.

hiking
20 days ago

nice quiet trail. at the age where many trails that become overpopulated and noisy this is a good out of the way hi Mountain view trail. park on the south side (left). the trailhead is personally hidden but becomes fairly obvious once you start walking. when you get to the end of the trail at the flats be sure to note where to re enter and return. if you walk the crest it can be a little confusing as we're you left the trail.

hiking
20 days ago

For a hike that's less than a mile, this one packs a big punch! This is also one of the best sunset hikes I've found around the area. It's nice that it's not too long because you won't have to walk much in the dark after the sun goes down if you choose to do so.

hiking
21 days ago

Hiked to arch. Slow going (4 hrs round trip) but worth every step.

hiking
over grown
rocky
21 days ago

No bugs, perfect weather, trail very steep.No views from summit.

Loved this hike. End of September was a great time to go. It’s a lot of elevation gain and steep steady climb for awhile, but a safe easy trail otherwise.

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
23 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

Sun River hiking club, hiked Sidney Peaks Trail. It was a out and back trail.

hiking
28 days ago

First time to Pine Valley. The trail is pretty well marked until toward the end where there are several forks. I had wondered why no one made it to the top of the peak. Got to the bottom, but as far as the eye could see, up and in every direction, there was tree fall. it was almost impossible to climb over or walk through. With almost a 1,000 foot climb, it did not seem appealing. Anyway, beautiful views and plenty of challenge.

Hiked upper to lower 9/18/19. About halfway down the trail was buried in loose sand. This made the walk out much more difficult with sand clinging to wet boots. Talked to someone that did this trail last spring and sand was not there, washed down from summer rain.

hiking
1 month ago

good

on Utah Redwood Tree

hiking
bugs
rocky
1 month ago

Well, it’s a Sequoia not a Redwood tree. But still impressive nonetheless. Lots of mosquitoes out tonight. The road is doable but bumpy. RAV4 did great. Upsetting to see trash and TP at the campsites near the cabin. Please respect others & our lands, and adhere to Leave no Trace.

hiking
1 month ago

Very easy, nice, short and great views. Very well done! Beautiful cascade! Go down there you won’t regret it! It’s not hard! Restrooms on the parking lot!

hiking
1 month ago

Very nice and shaded areas. Great for a morning hike. Nice all the way and very very easy :)

hiking
1 month ago

Very long, just half of it it’s worth seeing. Take the first left where it splits to Rich Trail and go to the Ledge point. Go back the same way. Same views you have at Bryce Canyon driving. No shade and steep on the way up. Go to Losee Canyon instead!

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