Looking for a great trail near Cedar City, Utah? AllTrails has 24 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Zion National Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 13 moderate trails in Cedar City ranging from 1 to 40.5 miles and from 5,485 to 10,488 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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rocky
23 days ago

Fun hike! Lots of red rocks & views. Would have been better in spring / early summer when more flora & fauna would be seen.

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24 days ago

Best hike ever down into a red rock canyon. We were lucky, most of the river bead was dry and we could go way up into the canyon, easily crossing over a small creek on stones. The trail was quiet, saw four people the whole day. We also found a sign in spot deep into the canyon so keep your eyes open! Beautiful day. Hiked 5.3 miles Rt.

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off trail
26 days ago

The hike was OK, but the main attraction is the double arch alcove at the end. The 2 old cabins are kind of cool. Crossing the stream 110+ times (there and back), not so much.

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bridge out
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rocky
1 month ago

We hiked this trail in June. November is better with fewer people. There was still water coming over the falls and rocks to walk on as we crossed the steam.

One of the neatest backpacking trips I've been on all year. So pretty and majestic. Absolutely worth the trip. Plan ahead though because the permits sale out quick. Going this time of year in November turned out to be great. The temperatures were great for hiking, the night didn't get too cold, and we only saw 7 people total each day. It seemed like we basically had the place to ourselves. Awesome!! See my trail video at this link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi60vvnuRic

The hike down from Lee Pass to the creek is a fairly easy, gradual descent. The last mile before the Kolob Arch trail is all sand. The hike into the canyon to the arch was short but rugged. The arch doesn't reveal itself until the very end of the trail, and even then you have to peer through the trees to see it. Very cool though.

This hike was really enjoyable for my group trying to avoid some crowds at Zion in mid May. The trail offered a decent amount of shade and it was fun going along the creek.

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rocky
1 month ago

Good trail! Hard to follow without the AllTrails map! If you follow the map it’s relatively easy to find, I wouldn’t have been able to find it without it. Good views, cool cave, impressive petroglyphs. It’s an easy hike, good for all ages. Some Little Rock climbing but nothing extreme. I didn’t see anyone else on the trail, so lightly traveled.

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1 month ago

Nice walk and very easy. Not remote enough for our taste. The falls are pretty.

Awesome hike! Loved all the views and the variety of terrain. There's some sandy areas but they pass quick

hiking
1 month ago

The section up to the fence is pretty decent. Nice views of the “red canyon” and other then the blue graffiti spray paint and traffic sounds it is pretty decent. The section past the fence is basically a bicycle or motorcross practice circle. Although somewhat interesting as a bike fan it is an uneventful hike. I didn’t bother with the final half mile to the parking lot. If I had it to do over I would have continued up to Thor’s lookout and never crossed the fence line.

nice hike with amazing views thru out small rolling hills makes it mostly easy with some bursts of exersion. highly recommend

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scramble
1 month ago

one of the most beautiful views I have ever seen! mostly downhill to get to the arch and then uphill to get back. A must do!

Absolutely beautiful hike ! The first 4 miles might be a bit boring but then get into a valley with lots of trees that turned yellow or red with fall! Really peaceful and quiet with a river running through the valley! When you get at the end of the Arch trail look up on your left to find the Arch ! I almost missed it

easy little strole.

hiking
1 month ago

I love this trail so much that I keep coming back..

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1 month ago

One of my favorite trail close to town.

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1 month ago

Started at Crystal Springs then continued on Long Hallows , hit the SUU road then left at Potato hallow sign down to creek. Fabulous gorge with plenty of rest stops. Camp sites are visible in a few areas. Coming out we took Toms Head canyon to the waterfall then out all the way until we climbed up from the last creek cement spillover up tp hwy14. Us grandmas rocked 14.5 miles.

Great hike along the creek seeing beautiful fall colors. Double arch at the end was a great reward. We crossed the creek 105 times ( up and back).

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rocky
scramble
1 month ago

We hiked this trail at the recommendation of the forest ranger at Kolob Canyon because Taylor Creek Trail was too crowded. We loved this trail!!! She said it is similar to the Taylor Creek Trail. The first half hour is in the sun but then you get to the Canyon and it is absolutely gorgeous and shaded. The fall colors were stunning! My husband says I took about 5000 pictures! Would HIGHLY recommend this trail. We went about 7 miles and turned around. Hike this trail but keep it a secret!

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rocky
scramble
1 month ago

Very interesting geology on this hike. Not particularly difficult but slow going with all the scrambling. Majestic canyon with quite a grand scale. Descent to the river was no big deal. Lot of ice in October.

Good hike! Good way to avoid the crowd. We started at 8am, we were first at location! Hike is shady, it's 6 miles, and not 5 as indicated. On our way back car park was almost full.

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful scenery and an easy hike. Not as crowded as Kanarra Falls. Horses can be difficult on the narrow trail. Great fall colors. Don't expect isolation.

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