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Oak Grove Trail is a 3.4 mile out and back trail located near Hurricane, Utah that offers scenic views and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.4 mi Elevation gain 2,175 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Hiking

Views

Bugs

Over grown

Scramble

No shade

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As of May 2020, the trailhead parking lot / road to the trailhead is experiencing full or partial closure due to COVID-19. It is only reachable by foot or on a bike.

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Reviews (25)
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Kim Hirsch
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Beautiful, stunning views!!! We brought our 3 and 6 year along and we only made it half way. The hike was very steep at some points and a rough climb. Lots of rocks. Would have liked to hike all the way, maybe well come back without kids next time. I'm sure the view at the top was even more breathtaking. We saw and identified many interesting plants and flowers including some elderberries. The trail was very narrow too, so not many places to stop and rest. We did not see any snow in June as the other hikers saw.

Cameron Cline
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Hiked until I hit snow. 4/26/20. Was hoping to hike to the peak to look down on Pine Valley. Maybe in a couple of weeks when the snow melts.

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Bryan Johnson
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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.

Adele Smith
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A classic straight up grind to link into the Summit Trail. Best to start in shade in early a.m. or evening during the summer. No water available. Possible to dry camp around 1200 feet up then continue the following morning. Quite stunning. I did this on the full moon and was quite elated with the views.

Alyx Thomas
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Did this hike with my significant other, we’re both in our 20s and in relatively good shape. This hike kicked our asses. Don’t recommend pursuing during the afternoon in July... but the views are outstanding. You can see Zion National Park in the distance and amazing views all around. Difficult but absolutely worth it.

Luke _
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Difficult, but worth it.

D Baker
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Hiking

Great hike with amazing views!

Billy Calloway
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Alot more scrambling then we planned on. Take more water then we did take your Binoculars it has and enjoy some amazing views.

Dr Steve Watts
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Hiking

Amazing and challenging continuous climb from Oak Grove Campground to the mountain ridge above. I'm not sure that this recordings moving time is correct since that was the time for the decent only. There is a marked trail the entire way but it is not for those who are not in shape.

Caden Gentry
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Hiking

Great trail! Still snow on the top (June 2017)

Damien H.
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Hiking

I've done this trail two times now and it has quickly become one of my favorite hikes in the area. It's 6 miles in and out (Nov 2016) to the ridge with a total ascent of 3470'. The high point of the ridge is at 9870'. No major obstacles but a couple sections up top with loose rock and exposure. Just take your time. After reaching the ridge, climb the rocks to the left of the ridge for an incredible 200 degree view. Start early, bring lots of water and snacks, get back before its dark. The upper section of the trail can be tricky to follow sometimes. Wear long pants and long shirt as the brush will scratch you up pretty good. You can drive to the trail head in a regular car. Hiked this trail to signal peak in September 2016 and to the ridge in Nov 2016.

Justin Hamilton
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macho man
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Cameron Cline
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Blair Gardner
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Tori Kort
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Steve Guilfoyle
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Darcy Rose
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Kraig Mueller
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Joshua Sweetwood
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Lindsay Johnson
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Dustin Siler
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Dixie H.
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Nate McNamee
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Brock Alexander
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