hiking
no shade
25 days ago

45 - 60 min on very rough road to get to trail. (I hope no damage to suspension). Then 45 minutes hiking (about 10 minutes of loose sand). If you have any energy left, at the end, it's beautiful - nice rocks to easily climb around on.

hiking
26 days ago

Very enjoyable hike. We were able to see many cactus flowers in full bloom as well as other desert flowers. To top it all off there were two owls perched on the cliffs. They were very majestic and topped off a great hike.

hiking
27 days ago

What a joke! No way to get to where the trail starts. Lots of construction at the end of the road. I guess you'd just walk and walk and walk until you finally get to where the trail actually starts.

hiking
1 month ago

Elise is the only honest person that has posted comments about this outing. The dirt road was a good workout. The last half mile to the peak was a joy.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

I LOOOOVE. All things outdoors buuut Not much as far as incredible scenic views. DEF NOT FOR MTN BIKING! (Clearly marked NO bikes!) mostly all sand. No shade. Not the funnest hike / slow jog (I intended to trail run) but it was too hard. (Or should I say SOFT?) If you like running on soft , sandy , beaches for 8 miles , then you’ll love this! Plus... bonus... it’s mostly an incline. What did I learn today? When it’s 84 degrees and all sun... one mustn’t forget their hat and charging cord. (Charging cord isn’t essential with warm weather. But it IS essential when you think you’ll be home in a couple hours but take much longer bc it’s sandy and MUCH longer than expected ) you wouldn’t forget your face mask and hand sanitizer in the Covid unit? So why would you forget your hat and charging cord? I. DONT. KNOW. 1 out of 1 person would not recommend. (I’m that one person)

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

From the start it’s really beautiful with some great views in some really open spaces. There’s no shade whatsoever so it can get hot. Anyway, we get almost two miles in just past the little saddle ridge, and we hear a rattle and look down. There was a huge coiled rattlesnake about a foot to our right laying in the bush. Adrenaline kicks in and we jump to our left and go running back the way we came. Closest I ever have gotten to a rattler, and it was a second away from striking. So long story short we didn’t finish the pretty trail because of a rattlesnake.

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

I would not recommend doing this with children under 10. There are several long, steep uphill then sharp downhill that are very strenuous. However, it offered great views of the surrounding area. There is also a marker at the top where some people have left small painted rocks, similar to Aspiration Trail. Tiring but worth it!

hiking
1 month ago

Pretty scenery, but pretty sandy. I don’t recommend it if you don’t like sand. If you don’t mind it, go for it!

hiking
muddy
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

This is not an easy trail. I'd call it heavy moderate. I recommend going clockwise. There's a couple places where a rope or climbing gear could have been useful. There's some bolted hard points in some rocks up the creek which would have been good had we had a rope. Beautiful scrambling on slick rock and white to red colors. Trail somewhat hard to find on the slick and finding the trail up from the wash/creek.

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

hiking
rocky
scramble
3 months ago

I would not rate this trail as easy since there is scrambling on sandstone walls and large drop offs in the canyon. Not good for dogs.

hiking
no shade
rocky
3 months ago

Very steep hills, up and down, rollercoaster fun! Great views, very rocky. We did this first thing in the morning and had the hot air balloons launching from Washington Fields.

hiking
no shade
3 months ago

hiking
no shade
3 months ago

Straight walk on dirt/sand trail. Not a lot to see until the end.

hiking
no shade
over grown
3 months ago

More of a challenge than I expected but probably because of all the sand! I wasn't sure if I was going to tackle the entire loop, however before I knew it I was half way done. Wonderful scenery especially along the cliffs. Some sections were overgrown so be sure to monitor your position.

horseback riding
3 months ago

An equestrian trail ridden clockwise that gets you off the the busier Grapevine Trail sooner.

on Mustang Pass Trail

hiking
4 months ago

Good quick hike.

hiking
4 months ago

This is a nice trail. Lots of varied terrain, some sandy parts, some slick rock. Didn't see anyone on the trail but there are lots of mountain bike tracks. Biggest downside is you can hear the freeway from every part of the trail.

hiking
4 months ago

Great views at every turn. We started at mill creek trail head but went left on road , through the wash and picked up a trail that ran right into it. Made a loop out of it be connecting to mill creek double track back to trailhead. 6.1 miles. Great for all ages

hiking
5 months ago

Quiet, sparsely used trail. Really nice area so close to Washington and St george. Some sandy areas if you make a loop out of it.

running
5 months ago

Excellent trail run. Beautiful desert scenery. Well marked. Highly recommend.

hiking
6 months ago

I really enjoyed this trail. It doesn't have sweeping views like many hikes in Utah, but the surrounding desert is beautiful, and it often runs along red rock/black volcanic cliffs. I ran this trail shortly after some rain/snow the night before, and it was excellent. There was still some snow on the sagebrush. When the trail is a little wet, the sand cakes together, so on the off chance you can do this trail in the winter/spring, I'd recommend it. Otherwise, the sand probably makes for a less pleasant experience for mountain bikers. The trail can be slightly hard to follow at times.

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