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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.