Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Red Cliffs National Conservation Area with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 day ago

This trail lives up to is name. All loose sand up the hill. Very pretty hike otherwise.

hiking
rocky
5 days ago

To get to the start of the Washington Hollow "trail" you'll need to hike 2 miles up the sandy/dirt road from the Mill Creek trail head. After that, you can go 4+ miles up the rocky wash. I turned around after 4.2 miles (6.2 total) because I was just tired of it at that point. As far as I could see, if just kept on going. After a while (like about a quarter mile!) it all pretty much looks the same. It's good if you are seeking solitude though, since I never saw another person. , Oh, and I wouldn't call this route easy. Hiking for 8 miles through sand, gravel, rocks and boulders is definitely not easy! Plus, once you are out of the wash, you still have a 2 mile walk back your car.

hiking
no shade
6 days ago

Nice trail. I’d say the rating should be moderate. Trail is easy to follow. Views aren’t as spectacular as other hikes reason for the 4 not 5 stars.

hiking
7 days ago

Fun hike. Love the contrast from being on a trail, that is a scramble for 10 meters or so, then overlooking St George 10 meters past that. Couple of places where the trail is a bit ambiguous, but not hard to figure out.

hiking
15 days ago

good

hiking
20 days ago

Nice, easy walk.

hiking
21 days ago

good

mountain biking
over grown
washed out
22 days ago

DO NOT RIDE THIS TRAIL ON A MOUNTAIN BIKE. not a mountain bike trail, spent my “RIDE” HIKING WITH MY BIKE. pure sand that you can’t ride through.

hiking
27 days ago

Brought the kids out. Bikers were abundant but friendly. I would definitely trail run this.

hiking
28 days ago

good

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

chuckwalla to turtle wall loop 5.6 miles good hike

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

Mellow enough to bring my Pomeranian, hard enough that he's tired for once. A good, engaging 'normie' hike, allowing you wore sneakers or boots.

The spot that the directions led us to did not lead us to this specific hike

hiking
1 month ago

We liked this trail, especially because we wanted to escape the crowdedness in Zion and it worked out! We saw 1 couple on our way. The view is nice, probably not as good as Zion but the peacefullness is worth a lot! Keep AllTrails with you during the walk, the path is not very clear at all points.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Nice down and back trail. At the top you can watch the rock climbers as they tackle the red walls. While there is little shade, if you are early the sun is still hidden by the ridge. Trail is easy to follow.

hiking
1 month ago

Would come here again.

hiking
1 month ago

A wonderful mixture of rock formations and views of St George. If you’re visiting or new to the area, I would highly recommend it.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

hiking
over grown
1 month ago

I would not recommend biking. I would recommend pants, as the brush is very scratchy. However, the views were great and there was a stream that the dogs loved. Didn’t see a single person, nice easy change of pace, great early evening hike.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

Pretty easy hike! Sometimes hard to see where the trail is, but there are a couple of signs that guide through. Great views of the city and of the quarry mine. Went on Friday afternoon and didn’t see anyone else on the trail. Overall good hike to see views of the city of St. George and surrounding mountains/scenery.

hiking
1 month ago

good

hiking
1 month ago

good

For me this was a great early morning hike. Pioneer Trail is a bit hard to follow in a few spots, but a quick look at the map gets you back on track. The views are great.

hiking
no shade
over grown
rocky
1 month ago

I found the trail to be fairly difficult to navigate. In many places, it was hard to distinguish the trail from other open spots between the brush. I took my mountain bike, and some areas were pretty tough to ride because it would get pretty sandy. The brush wreaked havoc on my legs. One really cool and unexpected thing about the trail was the discovery of an irrigation tunnel chiseled into the sandstone by the pioneers. I climbed clear through the tunnel, which was maybe 50 or 60 ft long, and just tall enough to squat in.

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