St. George is filled with great trails to explore by foot or mountain bike. Petroglyphs, red rocks, arches and even seasonal waterfalls are among the attractions you will find.
Bryce Canyon National Park has one of the most striking landscapes with it's hoodoo spires. It is an amazing park to visit
The Petroglyphs Slot Canyon are amazing to experience. There are many petroglyphs along the parallel walls of the canyon.
Navajo Loop / Queen's Garden Trail is one of the most iconic sections of Bryce Canyon and one of the best hikes in the whole park. It's just shy of three miles, yet goes down through some of the coolest landscape.
Inspiration Point is a series of three beautiful viewpoints in Bryce Canyon National Park in an easy 0.6 mile hike.
The Nebo Loop is a stunning scenic drive between Payson and Nephi that features beautiful mountains, trees, and a few sections of red rock.
Here is a list of Accessible Trails in Utah: Wheelchair and stroller-friendly trails, scenic drives, and viewpoints so all can enjoy the beauty of nature!
Devil's Kitchen Viewpoint is a beautiful cluster of red rock hoodoos nestled in the Nebo Loop in Northern Utah.
Here is a list of difficult hikes in Utah for a challenge and such beautiful views! Peaks, Alpine Lakes, and other harder hikes!