Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Saint George with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

rock climbing
3 days ago

Great easy climbs for beginners

hiking
18 days ago

Family friendly walk. Went early in the morning as temps. were to reach 102 this afternoon. Very peaceful walk. Saw the arch and the "turtle" rock formation. Nice views from the top. We started on the Chuckwalla Trail, continued on to the Turtle Wall Trail, and returned via the Paradise Rim Trail.

21 days ago

nothing special

trail running
1 month ago

Great views with a variety of terrain and elevation. Awesome trail run!

walking
1 month ago

Great mini Hike! Lots of pretty vegetation and scenery to see.

hiking
1 month ago

This was a fun, fairly easy trail for our whole group, and the vista views at the top of the loop were great!

2 months ago

Fun easy trail. Beautiful green trees against the red rock. Love it!

hiking
2 months ago

Great Views,Friendly Hikers,Good Cardio

Love this little hike

4 months ago

Great hike to do with kids. We did the Chuckwalla connecting to Turtle Wall. The kids loved the climbing/bouldering opportunities! Very wide defined trail. Definetely will do again for the "natural playground"!

off road driving
4 months ago

If I could describe this trip in one word it is remote. 3/4 of the drive you could not see an sign of civilization. The views are incredible. The terrain changes so many times through the drive, you really get to see everything this area has to offer. We started on the 109 from Fredonia. Once you are on the dirt road, it starts out very groomed and wide. This continues for the first hour of driving. The gets a bit rocky as you get closer to the overlook. Some sections have some decent wash boards that will shake down your vehicle for any loose bolts. Once you've reached the ranger station. You're just under 6 miles from the overlook. This section is rough and slow. 2 Miles from the overlook there is a place to park for those without high clearance vehicles and 4WD. The last 2 miles are a crawl. I never had to engage 4WD, but it might be necessary for some. Once you've parked you have some of the most incredible views you may ever see. It is also silent, we could not hear anything. No airplanes, traffic, even people. It is truly a remote location. There are a few picnic tables and a restroom. The drive out required 4WD just to help get up some of the rocks. We were driving a 2017 Toyota 4Runner with larger tires and a small lift. It would be a challenge for anything that is not a pick-up truck or SUV. If you choose your line right I doubt you'd really need 4WD, but being this remote it's probably best if you have it. For the drive out we took the 5, which its a left turn after cattle guard just after the ranger station. This route takes you through Mount Trumbull and all the way into St. George, UT. The sun was setting and it was getting dark. Our 4Runner has a 40" light bar that made the night drive a lot easier, it would have been a little bit harder without any auxiliary lights. This route starts out as a very well groomed road. Wide enough for two cars. We drove through some snow patches along the way. We were only able to drive this route during the winter due to the lack of precipitation in the area this winter. One big storm and this road would be a challenge and there are signs that warn of this road being impassable during winter. The road gets a bit narrow when you begin to decent out of the mountain. Once you're out of the mountains, it's smooth sailing along a wide dirt road for the last leg. This was an incredible trip, so much to see. I recommend an early start so you can take advantage of as much daylight as possible. It's a little over 150 miles in the dirt, so keep an eye on your fuel. The rangers are very friendly and truly have a passion for the area. They do an outstanding job at maintaining this spot for all to enjoy. This was my first trip to the Grand Canyon, and wont be my last. I am really glad I made the journey.

hiking
4 months ago

This was a pretty leisurely hike. There was a lot of people and almost every group had a dog. You start on the chuckwalla trail and then you make it out to turtle wall. There is an arch and a rock formation that looks like a turtle!

mountain biking
5 months ago

We started the trail from a pullout just off the the road (Red hills parkway). We parked in a dirt lot and started the trail. This was an easy beginner trail for my husband and I, but a challenging and fun trail for our kids (4,6,9). Our 4 year old got a bit nervous about the ups and downs and rocky terrain. Our other kids loved it! There was a fun section of Cairns along to path to stop and admire and add to. We didn’t finish the loop, but finished at Dixie rock.

hiking
5 months ago

a wonderful short and easy hike wit some cool rock formations to see.

We made mistake on the trail & felt that we ventured in moderate section a bit. It was hard going up & down all together about 5 miles & 400 feet elevation change. My body felt powerful with all oxygen

hiking
5 months ago

5 months ago

Nice short hike. Took the Paradise Rim Trail that gives you a good view overlooking the area.

hiking
6 months ago

Easy trails that were fun to hike. Started with Chuckwalla TRAIL as a connector. Then hiked Halfway Wash Trail all of the way. Then connected to Paradise Rim Trail, which had great views. From there took Turtle Wall Trail back to Chuckwalla to finish up. Nothing terrifically difficult but a good hike.

hiking
6 months ago

Easy trails that were fun to hike. Started with Chuckwalla TRAIL as a connector. Then hiked Halfway Wash Trail all of the way. Then connected to Paradise Rim Trail, which had great views. From there took Turtle Wall Trail back to Chuckwalla to finish up. Nothing terrifically difficult but a good hike.

hiking
6 months ago

Easy trails that were fun to hike. Started with Chuckwalla TRAIL as a connector. Then hiked Halfway Wash Trail all of the way. Then connected to Paradise Rim Trail, which had great views. From there took Turtle Wall Trail back to Chuckwalla to finish up. Nothing terrifically difficult but a good hike.

hiking
6 months ago

Fun trail with the kids. Lots of adventure points - rock climbing, tree climbing, rock scrambling, stick and squash collecting. Lots of hikers and dogs on the trail.

hiking
7 months ago

Pretty and peaceful. Great views of the surrounding areas and views of Zion National Park. Saw a few trail runners and a couple other hikers. For the most part we were the only ones on the trail.

7 months ago

great for kids

go to gila rock, take the rim back. Makes it a 5 mi. loop.

hiking
10 months ago

Loved it. Just enough to be interesting but not give my grandma knees pain. Plus does it get any better than red rock for a background?

Nice hike!Very easy to go! So you can walk and look at the same time.

hiking
11 months ago

Great 1 hour walk

trail running
Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Great trail for trail running.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Very easy trails !!

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Absolutely fantastic trail, especially with young ones!

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