Sunglow Trail is a 1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Bicknell, Utah that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, camping, 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.

Length1.0 miElevation gain213 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashCampingHikingNature tripsBird watchingViewsScrambleOff trail
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If you are staying in the Sunglow Campground, this hike is a must. Takes less than an hour and is fun for the whole family. A bit of scrambling over or around rocks is required, but nothing too difficult. Best part is at the end of the hike you get to see a tree growing out of a rock!

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Julianito Jourdan
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Nice little trail along the river with beautiful views at the end, get ready to scramble a little bit along the way. Some snow and ice when we did it, be extra careful

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Thomas Muschamp
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Boulders and multiple creek crossing

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Heidi Kemp
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Pretty, short trail. There was a small stream.

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Gregg Alex
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Awesome, short red rock hike. Would be great with kids who can climb all over the rocks. Capital Reef was closed because of the pandemic, so this looked like a decent alternative and we were pleasantly surprised. You have to go all the way to the back of the camp ground where a group site is - the trail is behind it. Once you get down to the stream bed, just hike along that. Don’t try to go high up on the banks - there’s no trail up there. You’ll know when you get to the end, because it dead ends.

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Philip Sorg
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Fun trail! It's not well marked, but follow the footprints, and you'll be fine. There are parts where you have to scramble over rocks, but that just makes it more fun. I went on 4/8/20, and I was the only one there.

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Darren Call
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Awesome hike! Short and sweet. Made it all the way with a mini Aussie and a pretty clumsy Bernese Mountain Dog. There were a few sections that required me to assist the dogs up some rocks, so that could be tricky if you're not sure you can lift yours. Prepare to get a little muddy!

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Steve McCoy
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Francesca Karkoski
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HikingMuddyOver grown

A fun trail for adventures!

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Tannaz Hoffmann
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to dog owners: my husky had to turn around after 1/3 of the way . my husky/shepherd mix did the whole thing without any problems. if you have an agile dog who is light on its feet , you should be fine. it was beautiful!

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Joan Fabiano
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DOG OWNERS.... We had to turn around about half way because of large boulders my medium sized dog, Emme could not get over and she is too heavy for me to lift up. Suitable for small dogs that can be carried Nice trail that you follow by others footsteps up the canyon and in a small creek. Be prepared for that in the Spring Follow our full time RV adventures on Facebook https://m.facebook.com/Apackof2ForTheRoad/?ref=bookmarks

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Adam Adam Gerlach
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HikingScramble

Awesome short hike. Would be a lot of fun with kids as well.

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Lena Paul
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Beautiful red rocks surrounding you. It is a trail that is scrambly but just follow the stream and then the trail ends in an enclosed canyon.

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Greg Kesler
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A short but enjoyable hike. The red rock is gorgeous. You pretty much scramble all the way to the end, but never is it difficult. In fact, that's what makes it so much fun. The trees growing out of the side of the cliff face and the one tree growing out of a rock is pretty cool.

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Adam Frost
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Great short trail for a quick hike. Just follow the creek up and it eventually ends in a box canyon with some nice view.

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Ali Weigh
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I stopped and hiked here to stretch my legs on a long drive. Perfect. Beautiful and secluded. The scramble is really fun. Ends at a dry canyon fall of red rock.

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Kimberly Barney
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Nice little hike. Good scenery. Some big rocks to climb or find a way around, but it's possible to do either.

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Jared Dangerfield
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If you are staying in the Sunglow Campground, this hike is a must. Takes less than an hour and is fun for the whole family. A bit of scrambling over or around rocks is required, but nothing too difficult. Best part is at the end of the hike you get to see a tree growing out of a rock!

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Craig Miller
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Laura Martin
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Laura Martin
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