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the tracks and petroglyphs were interesting to look at and the site had a really nice parking lot and bathroom. the trail itself was not clearly defined. it was a little tricky to find the dinosaur tracks and then even more difficult to find the petroglyphs. lots of crumbly rocks which made for bad footing while already positioned on the edge of a cliff. glad I did it, but wouldn't do it again.

I did this during a snowstorm. It was technically challenging because of this and spikes were a must, but because of the storm there was zero visibility and I didn’t get to see the stunning views! Will def go back on a sunny day. The top portion is no joke.

Steep, butt-kicking hike with amazing views throughout but especially at the top. No prob in the snow, would have been easier with micro spikes/yak tracks.

hiking
19 hours ago

Hiked on 1/22, started at around 4:10pm, aiming for sunset. Beautiful sunlight with mild wind. Ranger said the last 0.5 miles of the trail are very icy in morning; when we arrived around 5pm, only part of the trail was covered by ice, probably melted already. micro-spikes helped a lot. The Arch under the sunset was amazing. Love the glowing orange color on the Arch. Totally worth the effort. Heading down after getting dark is a bit challenging, especially the icy part. We brought a flashlight and it was a life saver.

Nice little walk with a decent view, but not much of a hike.

One of my favorite hikes. some steep parts but overall pretty easy.

Best hike in the park. If you see snow on the ground don’t do this hike without crampons or spikes. There wasn’t much up and downs. You need good footing and strong feet for this hike. I would highly suggest if you capable.

hiking
closed
snow
1 day ago

This trail was very snowy/icey, but well worth it. Did both East Canyon Rim and Weeping Rock. Easy Canyon Rim was closed due to a rockslide about a mile up the trail, but the views of the canyon 500ft up were great and worth it!

on Delicate Arch Trail

hiking
1 day ago

Great hike. Easy going at the start with a little challenge on the last leg due to ice and snow. Sand and groomed trail to start, changing to rock midway and then back to mixed sand and rock at the end. Short ledge section at the final part.
Wonderful views both of the arch and the surrounding valleys. Haven't hiked in a while so it was a longer trip than it might normally be. Very worth it, especially since we were the only people there at the time (mid January).

hiking
no shade
1 day ago

This is one of my favorite hikes I’ve ever done, because of the lava tubes towards the end. You can climb into the tubes/caves pretty far, and it is a super cool experience! But be careful in the tubes and bring water! Keep in mind there is no shade, only really in the tubes and they’re still pretty warm, so be hydrated, and protected. It’s located in Snow Canyon, so there is a small fee to explore the State Park.

Great view of the city and perfect for sunset. Well populated walk and very accessible from the city

a fence closes off the trail by the river.

hiking
snow
1 day ago

Fun trail. Ice underneath the snow. Needed cleats. The trail above the bridge was a little dice. Made for a little adventure

Very easy walk. Beautiful Canyon views!

1 day ago

incredible walk/hike. this is just beautiful.

Nice view, super easy hike and was pretty empty early on this time of year.

Had to do this trail after seeing it in Lonely Planet’s Epic Hikes of the World. It was as stunning as promised. My only complaint was how busy the trail was .. and that was in January. It has to be ridiculous during peak season.

hiking
2 days ago

Pictures don’t do it justice, way more impressive in person! Micro spikes are a definite need throughout the trail! The last .5 mile is super steep... going up was easy in comparison to going down. Though some parts of going back down turned out to be super fun since we ended up using our butts as a sled

hiking
no shade
2 days ago

This trail is called SHINOBE KIBE (It’s wrong on this app) (pronounced shin-o-bee Ky-bee) for anyone who cares lol

Anyway, Great short, little hike. Fairly decent incline to the top. And just the opposite coming down.

hiking
2 days ago

Fun trail; 30% runnable. We ran/aggressively hiked this trail clockwise; bikers we travelling counterclockwise. Interesting rock formations in the canyons and excellent views of the valley. I would rate this as moderate for hiking. No shade, but it was January so that wasn't a problem.

trail running
2 days ago

Park on the residential street and then walk to the trail. I checked with the neighbors boarding the trail's entrance. The iron fence is intended only to block vehicles from entering the area. There is a narrow pedestrian entrance to the left. After you enter, you'll see the trail to the right. The trail climbs gradually with switchbacks and at times is rather steep. I thought it was a fun trail to climb and it wasn't too long. Great views on top. But watch you kids on top, because there's a dramatic cliff. There's a, just for fun, sign-in book near the flag.

Nice trail, gorgeous view. The wall on the cone and the rock structure inside the volcano make the hike worth it. A bit slippery but definitely doable and very enjoyable.

Nice hike. I left my snowshoes in the car, but packed some crampons. The steep part of the trail (first quarter mile) was nicely packed, and I only used my crampons for one short steep section on the way down. that said, the flatter portions, particularly near the lake, were doable, but tough going with quite a bit of sinking in a few spots. If you have lightweight snowshoes, I recommend packing them up the hill and putting them on once things level out.

hiking
2 days ago

Of the trails in the St George city limits, this has become my favorite family friendly trail. From start to finish it has either stunning views from the tops of tall red cliffs or interesting rock formations along the trail. It took us less than 2 hours and we were taking our time. The only downside is that there are a few parts that aren’t marked to well so make sure you pay attention to where you are going.

hiking
2 days ago

01 19 19 tried hiking this trailer based on the most reset reviews. absolutely CANT MAKE IT WITHOUT SNOWSHOES. kept sinking to my waste each time I tried to get up. will try again next week with snowshoes.

Could not get all the way without snowshoes around 2pm on 1/20. I got as far as the junction for Dog with micros. Beyond that was frustrating post hole madness. Turned around about .25-.5 miles from the junction.

But. It's beautiful and everything before the junction was easy.

Great for puppers and not bad in the winter

hiking
3 days ago

Easy hike but great with dogs. Stream was high given the weather last week which made it challenging to navigate crossings. With dogs we had to turn before the falls as we could traverse the rock face and the stream water was deep! Summer hike would be fantastic....lots of great pools to get refreshed!

Beautiful canyon. Middle of the week. Not a soul in sight.

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