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Pioneer Rim Trail is a 3.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Saint George, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. 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.

Length 3.7 mi Elevation gain 374 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Mountain biking

Nature trips

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Bird watching

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Wild flowers

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Joy Kohl
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A fairly easy hike, though the trail was sometimes hard to follow the more west you go. Great views of the city and above Pioneer Park and the Sugarloaf. I used this app to stay on the trail when I lost the markers.

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K Johnson
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Hiking

Nice scenery. Easy trail.

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Lisa Reising
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Only saw 2 other hikers on this easy 4 mile hike in January, with beautiful 60 degree weather! Pros: fun combination of rock and gravel and dirt path, excellent views, option to climb the big rocks overlooking St George. Cons: east end of trail is scattered with broken glass, tiny pieces, and although you mostly don’t see the traffic on Red Hills Parkway you can hear it the whole way. Sure beats neighborhood walking though!

A Munnerlyn
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Mountain biking

We started the trail from a pullout just off the the road (Red hills parkway). We parked in a dirt lot and started the trail. This was an easy beginner trail for my husband and I, but a challenging and fun trail for our kids (4,6,9). Our 4 year old got a bit nervous about the ups and downs and rocky terrain. Our other kids loved it! There was a fun section of Cairns along to path to stop and admire and add to. We didn’t finish the loop, but finished at Dixie rock.

Josh Savage
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Good trail that has heavy traffic

Rebbi Burdett
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We started on the east end by parking by the Gustave A Larson Company. No trailhead marker so you just have to piece your way up the hill. After crossing over a wire fence there will be trail markers. Very easy/flat trail. Full sun.

James Porter
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Shaun Smith
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Carolina Stratton
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Carolina Stratton
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Keith Westman
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