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Best trails in Sevier

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Looking for a great trail near Sevier, Utah? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, walking trails, dogs leash 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 around Fremont Indian State Park or House Range Recreation Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Miners Park or Cove Fort Historic Site. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 8 easy trails in Sevier ranging from 0.6 to 5.1 miles and from 5,826 to 6,112 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Top trails (8)
#1 - Parade of Rock Art
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.3 mi • Est. 8 m
#2 - Cave of 100 Hands Trail
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 16 m
This short walk will take you to a cave that is an unforgettable part of the experience of visiting Clear Creek Canyon. Fremont Indian State Park is located along I-70 in central Utah. Admission to the park is $6 per vehicle. Camping is available at Castle Rock Campground. Before you take this hike, be sure to stop at the visitor center/museum to learn a little bit of the history of the Fremont Indians. The information for this guide was taken from a trail guide packet that is available at the visitor center. It may be borrowed for free or purchased for $2. The trail has two starting locations. The first is from the southeast corner of the visitor center parking lot. The second is from a pullout on Clear Creek Canyon Rd. The trail takes you to a 23 feet wide by 7 feet high by 10 feet deep rock shelter that has 31 hand prints and other pictographs on the walls.Show more
#3 - Court of Ceremonies
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.9 mi • Est. 21 m
Fremont Indian State Park is located along I-70 in central Utah. Admission to the park is $6 per vehicle. Camping is available at Castle Rock Campground. Before you take this hike, be sure to stop at the visitor center/museum to learn a little bit of the history of the Fremont Indians. This trail starts at marker #9 on the Parade of Rock Art Trail (#5) and takes you into a hidden canyon with exceptional the rock art. The trail is 0.5 miles and is steep, in places both up and down hill.Show more
#4 - Centennial Trail
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 5.1 mi • Est. 2 h 16 m
Rock art, fall color, wildflowers, wadeable creek, tufa cliffs, hoodoos If you ignore the noise from Interstate 70 (which runs smack down the middle of this loop) and turn your back to the concrete double lanes, you will find this loop quite pretty. The historic features are also not to be missed, especially the "100 Hands Cave", the "Blanket Pictograph", and the "Sheep Pen" with it's gigantic magnifying glass that allows you to see a tiny herd running atop a crack in the cave wall. In season you will enjoy wildflowers and autumn colors set against a range whose summits include the famous Big Rock Candy Mountain. You may wade in the creek, but bring your own water. The south side of the loop is infested by range cattle: watch every step. Parts of the northern loop are hard to trace and the cutoff to Skinner Canyon overgrown. You can halve this hike by using the turnabout. Due to funding cuts, this park is in desperate need of volunteer trail reconstruction. Contact the museum for more information.Show more
#5 - Clear Creek Canyon Overlook Trail
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.6 mi • Est. 19 m
This short walk from the visitor center will give you a new perspective of life and travel in Clear Creek Canyon. Fremont Indian State Park is located along I-70 in central Utah. Admission to the park is $6 per vehicle. Camping is available at Castle Rock Campground. Before you take this hike, be sure to stop at the visitor center/museum to learn a little bit of the history of the Fremont Indians. The information for this guide was taken from a trail guide packet that is available at the visitor center. It may be borrowed for free or purchased for $2. This short walk from the visitor center will take you to a view point that will give you a new perspective of life and travel in Clear Creek Canyon. The trail starts at the southeast corner of the visitor center parking lot. Follow the trail uphill to a flat area and then to the viewpoint where the park sign is.Show more
#6 - Alma Christensen Interpretive Trail
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.8 mi • Est. 27 m
This 1.5 mile loop will take you to a different ecosystem away from the canyon floor. It is a nature trail with no rock art panels. The first part of the trail is steep, but once you get on top it will be worth it.Show more
#7 - Canyon of Life Trail
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.3 mi • Est. 9 m
This unnamed canyon is sacred because of the moving legend believed to be told by the rock formations and rock art. Fremont Indian State Park is located along I-70 in central Utah. Admission to the park is $6 per vehicle. Camping is available at Castle Rock Campground. Before you take this hike, be sure to stop at the visitor center/museum to learn a little bit of the history of the Fremont Indians. The information for this guide was taken from a trail guide packet that is available at the visitor center. It may be borrowed for free or purchased for $2. This trail is very short and passes two petroglyph panels, some interesting geology, and the site of a pioneer homestead.Show more
#8 - Rim Trail Viewpoints
Fremont Indian State Park
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Length: 0.4 mi • Est. 10 m
The Rim Trail includes the heaviest concentration and some of the best quality of rock art in Fremont Indian State Park and Museum. On or near the Rim Trail there are 191 rock art panels that include 1164 prehistoric elements. Of these elements there are 81 pictographs, 83 petroglyphs and 3 pictoglyphs. It is one of the most significant clusters of rock art in Utah. From east to west, the Rim Trail goes along a natural seam between two members of the volcanic tuff and follows a narrow ledge up an incline to a point high above the canyon floor. It then follows a base of the cliff past Newspaper Rock on a rocky talus slope before it drops down a steep ridge to the frontage road. Parts of the Rim Trail are steep with difficult walking and poor footing. Other parts go along narrow ledges with ground obstacles, low clearance and long dropoffs. Frequent rockfalls and ice make the trail even more dangerous. This route will take you to two view points from which rock art on the Rim Trail can be seen from the road. Before you take this hike, be sure to stop at the visitor center/museum to learn a little bit of the history of the Fremont Indians. The information for this guide was taken from a trail guide packet that is available at the visitor center. It may be borrowed for free or purchased for $2. Show more