Panorama Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Henrieville, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.9 miElevation gain262 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingViewswild-flowersWildlife
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This route can be done as either a 3 or 6 mile loop.

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Abby McBride
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Saw only 2 other people on the trail 10/10

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Maria Sikaffy
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Very pretty. If you’re looking to be alone in the middle of nothing this is the place to be

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david lavin
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Amir Kohanpur
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Carlos Herrero
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Shaun Shanahan
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dave burkle
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Kevin Cubba
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Eric Haag
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Gary Goodnuff
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Mark Campbell
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Justin Rawson
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Sterling Rohde
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Luis Cordoba
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Lara Kroft
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Followed trail clockwise to maximize the views on the return loop. There are extensions to see the viewpoint and the caves, extends the hike about a mile, but well worth it!

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Leigh Files
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Really nice trail. Very interesting formations and both close up and panoramic views (indeed!). The trail is very well marked and in great shape.

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Sylvia Mizielińska
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Very nice! Went on a windy day. Lost my way by the "cool cave/trailhead" sign and ended up cutting across instead of going with the trail, but it was better that way in the end, as it was an extremely windy day and the trail would have lead me through the most exposed hills.

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Dustin Hardwick
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shenzi rubani
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4 Plus stars. We went early to do the shorter trail. Well worth it! Cool spires. Easy trek. Since it was early, we saw only 1 other person. The little .2 mile spur to the Secret Passage is well worth the time. It loops back in the rocks to a large amphitheater of red rock looking out over the eastern part of the park. The trail is well marked.

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Dennis Bellamy
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Brenda Juarbe-Pearson
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We rode this trail in horses. It was a beautiful trail lots of ascends and descends. We lucked out weather wasn’t too hot and it was overcast. Bring water, sunscreen. If you ride horses use long pants.

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Troy Colwill
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Tree Plant
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This is was a great trail for those that don’t want a super strenuous hike. We opted to do the 3 mile loop since we were still a little sore from yesterday’s more intense hike. It was an overcast day and it got breezy with a few drops of rain the last half of the hike. The best part was that we didn’t see a single other person on the trail! That almost never happens! If I were in this area again I’d start earlier in the day and do the whole 6 mile loop.

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Willie Emerson
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Steve Kathmann
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Some pretty sights.

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Nicole N
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Gorgeous views and the park was not crowded which was great. We did the shorter loop, which was perfect for the day we had planned, but the longer loops looked worth it as well! The trail is very exposed, so come prepared with sunscreen, hats etc.

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Morgan Bates
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One of our favorites! Family friendly. Be prepared with lots of water and hats/sunscreen.

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Justine Boone
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I took the left at the fork for the Panorama Point. It’s an awesome lookout This is an easy trail, beautiful scenery, and short to the Point. I did it mid-October so heat wasn’t bad but summer would be very hot. Dog friendly without a lot of pickers on the trail itself!

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Passepartout Too-Too
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mostly a long walk in loose sand. trail junctions poorly marked.

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