Big Spring Squaw Canyon trail takes you across the open canyon bottom and over a steep slick rock pass as you climb in and out of the canyons.
Sand Bench Trail, Zion Canyon National Park, Ut
Length: 7.6 mi
Elevation Gain: 466 ft
Sand Bench Trail is a less travelled trail offering some of the best views of the west side of Zion National Park.
Panorama Trail, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Ut
Length: 3 – 7.2 mi
Elevation Gain: 574 ft
The Panorama Trail is one of the best trails in Kodachrome Basin State Park. A mixed-use trail with plenty interesting stops along the way.
Spectra Point, Ramparts, and Bartizan Arch, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Ut
Difficulty: Easy to Hard
Length: 1.9 – 5.3 mi
Elevation Gain: 353 – 1207 ft
Panoramic views of Cedar Breaks await a hike to Spectra Point and Ramparts Viewpoint. Arguably some of the best views of the hoodoos in the park can be found after a hike at over 10,000ft!
Moonshine Wash, Green River, Ut
Length: 6.4 miles (loop)
Elevation Gain: 889 ft
Moonshine Wash is a beautiful wash with a short, non-technical slot canyon that requires some route navigation and bouldering skills.
Devil’s Garden, Arches National Park, Ut
Length: 7.8 miles
Elevation Gain: 1150 ft
An area made for hikers and thrill seekers, the Devil’s Garden is home to 8 amazing geological features and one of the best places to see a limestone fin.
Double O, Navajo, and Partition Arches, Arches National Park, Ut
Length: 5.1 miles
Elevation Gain: 680 ft
The trail takes you to Double O, Navajo, and Partition Arches. It’s one of the more challenging hikes in the park, but totally worth it.
Peekaboo Loop via Navajo Loop, Bryce Canyon National Park, Ut
Length: 5.2 mi
Elevation Gain: 1407 ft
Descend into Bryce Canyon and walk among the hoodoos on this less traveled trail complete with amazing close-up views.