Timber Creek Overlook Trail is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near New Harmony, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
The relatively flat Timber Creek Overlook Trail follows along a small ridge with spectacular views of the Kolob Canyons, the Kolob Terrace, and the Pine Valley Mountains. From the trailhead looking north, from left to right you can see an 8,000 ft. mountain ridgeline comprised of Horse Ranch Mountain, Paria Point, Beatty Point, Nagunt Mesa, Timber Top Mountain, and Shuntavi Butte. At trail end, looking south on the far horizon, you may see Mt. Trumbull 100 miles away at the north rim of the Grand Canyon. During spring and early summer months, the Timber Creek Overlook Trial is covered in a beautiful display of desert wildflowers. You may see rare colorful collared lizards along the trail. Parking is ample at the trailhead along with picnic tables and bathroom facilities, and another small picnic area is located 100 yards from the trailhead.
Great! Shirt, out and back trail to finish off a long day. Beautiful vistas the entire way with especially rich colors during the sunset hours. Love it!
Real easy and quick hike to gorgeous views. We didn't encounter many other people. Very peaceful.
Check out in the afternoon for awesome, red stone canyon pictures
Gorgeous views and easy walk! Recommend for anyone without time to visit main section of Zion.
Well worth the stop from I-15. We were there in the morning and it was beautiful but I imagine it would be spectacular in the evening.
Breathtaking views of the lesser seen side of Zion Nat'l Park. Good 'warm up' track before hiking Taylor Creek.
Easy trail, great views
Easy trail. Good for any age with great views.
This is named the Timber Creek Overlook trail on Zion National Park website, and the trailhead is the Kolob Canyons viewpoint.
After hiking a trail lower in the canyon, this one was somewhat of a letdown. It does have some great views across the canyon, and if you bring a guidebook or some other material and know what to look for, the geology can be quite interesting. But other than that, it was a fairly short, dry, and windy hike.
Easy hike with pretty vistas.
My husband and I hiked here on our first date and were later engaged here, so obviously it's a favorite. It's a short, easy hike with amazing views.
Short hike, pretty drive up the canyon. Nice views along the trail