Toadstool Hoodoos Trail is a 1.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Kanab, Utah that offers scenic views 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.

Distance: 1.8 miles Elevation Gain: 141 feet Route Type: Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

views

rocky

no shade

Great trail for kids and adventurers alike.

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bugs
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4 hours ago

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4 days ago

Great little hike. And the scenery was amazing.

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7 days ago

Surprisingly fun hike. I thought the toadstools were really cool and were awesome for photographing. By the western spur of the trail, there is a jaw-dropping vista of the canyon you absolutely need to check out! Unfortunately a lot of ppl missed it

12 days ago

Great scenery for a short hike. Trail is out in several places. Took my dog and kids should be okay on it.

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12 days ago

Short trail with some nice views. Round trip 45 minutes with spending about 15 minutes at the end.

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20 days ago

NICE EASY HIKE...OK TOADSTOOLS

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21 days ago

Great easy hike and pretty great views. I would consider this kid friendly and you don't have to pack much in besides water and something to keep the sun off your neck. Please take water if you are hiking mid-day, Utah sun can be deceptive. The hoodoos are great and spaced across about a 50 acre area.

26 days ago

Short hike through relatively easy terrain. A few Toadstools to see at the end. Quick in and out.

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rocky
27 days ago

Nice quick jaunt to toadstools, not much of a hike for us, more like a quick stroll. Took us 30 min out and back with an 8 min break but the rock formations are interesting

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29 days ago

Loved this little hike and the spectacular toadstools!

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no shade
1 month ago

It was a super easy walk right off the highway. One of the most remarkable places that I have seen in Utah. Be sure to go!

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1 month ago

Very cool short hike, lots of great photo ops, If you must bring your Dog please clean up, to much crap for such a small hike

1 month ago

So beautiful and fun! My boyfriend and I loved this place!

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1 month ago

Great little hike. When you get to the hoodoos do walk west a bit and go around the bend for more hoodoos and some great landscape views.

walking
1 month ago

Recommend use the wash as trail to get there to minimize erosion. Nice little roadside jaunt.

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2 months ago

Cool hike with multiple “trails” leading to the same ending which is worth the short hike and perfect to do if traveling between page and Zion

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2 months ago

Beautiful and easy trail.

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muddy
2 months ago

Great little trail to hike and stretch your legs

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2 months ago

Simple, short hike with a few ups and downs over large rocks. Dusty but worth it!

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2 months ago

Super easy 2 mile round trip. Shade is proved under the edges protruding from the rock walls but none when you arrive at the Toadstools. There’s an incline once you have made it to the hoodoos. I tried to walk up the mounds behind the hoodoos but the sand is extremely soft. There are really great views of the vast terrain on the west side. Be careful crossing the slot openings on the west side of the hoodoos. I live close by and hiked the Toadstools a few times. It’s definitely easy and a quick one hour sight to see while passing by.

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muddy
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rocky
3 months ago

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no shade
3 months ago

Hard to follow the trail with very few markers. It was a nice trail, good for kids, but I was constantly unsure if I was supposed to be where I was walking.

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4 months ago

Please try to stay in the trails. There are footprints everywhere despite restoration signs.

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4 months ago

Short easy trail with great rock formations at the end. Feels like a different planet. No shade, so make sure you have water.

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4 months ago

Great little hike, short but it's good first thing in the morning to get your feet moving. I did this 1/19/2020 and it was great. Temp was 50 F with very intense sun, very gentle breeze, so I hiked it with cotton sweat pants and a very light jacket which was perfect. It is approx. 2 miles out and back, I hiked 3 because I walked around on the slickrock looking at different rock formations. To the north, there's a hill that's all slick rock, sheer vertical wall, with crescent-shaped indentations scooped out of it. It's a real interesting area with a lot of cool stuff to look at. Great hike. If you've got little kids and want to get them out doing something not too intense, this is perfect.

Beautiful trail. More of a stroll in the hills than hike but the end result is something you won't find anywhere else. Couldn't get enough of this unique landscape. Anyone passing through US89 can take this short detour. Its worth it!!

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