Owen's Loop

MODERATE 73 reviews

Owen's Loop is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near St George, Utah that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. 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.

2.4 miles
288 feet
Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running




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. 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.

1 month ago

This was a great trail for my dog. Only passed one group of hikers and the temperature was perfect at 8am. The beauty exceeded my expectations.

2 months ago

Absolutely loved this trail. Gorgeous views of the St George area. Would definitely recommend this to others.

2 months ago

Fun trail. Great hike for a family or date.

trail running
3 months ago

Ran this in the dark under a full moon. Fairly easy to navigate, with several signs along the way. Pretty views of the city, terrain not too bad. Still managed to get lost once.

3 months ago

This trail is mostly sandstone rock but smooth and safe. Horses are permitted and the views are a treasure.

3 months ago

Great hiking trail but not a great bike ride. There are portions of it that you will need to carry the bike at the beginning. It you don't want to hit those sections you can access the trail a little further north where it hits the City Creek trail but bring lots of extra tubes, there are lots of goat head stickers on that section.

3 months ago

Starting at park adds a nice touch to this really nice trail.

5 months ago

Very exposed and at times it was hard to find the trail since you are walking on top of boulders and such. It was so awesome though. I would totally do this one again.

7 months ago

I loved it! This trail is really good for a run and along the way you will see great views and plenty of wildlife.

8 months ago

Great hike to look over St George. Do early to avoid the heat.

9 months ago

We hiked at sunset.. we took the road down to the trail head which didn't have a parking lot ... we noticed city creek trailhead on our way down.. we took it on the way back to make our hike slightly longer. It was fun except for 29mph wind blowing. Only a few boys out hiking tonight.

10 months ago

Nice stroll, great view of the golf course

10 months ago

Short trail along the cliffs to the north of Saint George, UT that overlooks the town and also looks off at the mid-point, toward Ivins and Santa Clara, UT. Enjoyed the hike and met several families with young children. The trail is not technically difficult (class 2) and is mostly sand and rock.

10 months ago

loved this hike! I brought my 13 year old boy with me too, he usually doesn't like hiking. but he loved this one! walking along the ridge as you go and seeing the pretty views of the city were the fav's.

11 months ago

Fun hike close to town with beautiful views of the city and surrounding area. Well worth the time and effort ... give it a try, you won't be disappointed.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Good little hike with great views.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Great views of the city. As some others have said, the trail is a little hard to follow in some spots.

Monday, December 26, 2016

Such a pretty little hike and such beautiful views of St George at the end of the hike!

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Very nice and kid friendly.

Thursday, October 06, 2016

Great views of St. George. Well marked trail. Parking area across the road from trail head.

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