Jenny’s Canyon Slot Canyon
Jenny’s Canyon is a very cool and short slot canyon that is easily accessible and fun for the whole family. It is one of the first hikes you come to after entering the state park.
Where to find Jenny’s Canyon
There isn’t a parking lot, but room for many cars along the shoulder of the road just after you enter Snow Canyon State Park. The trail heads off from the right side of the road over to the nearby canyon walls. The path is sandy, but clearly lined with rocks.
When you are nearly there, you come to a sign. There is a tiny overlook to the right and then the cool slot canyon to the left. Since the latter is coolest, we’ll start with the overlook. You head up a path with some rock steps, but it’s short. From there you can see the view back towards the road the canyon around.
Here are the views walking into the slot canyon. You can see my son to get a sense of the size.
The kids loved climbing all around in the slot canyon. There are some low ledges that are perfect for that. It’s also pretty cool to see the streak of blue sky contrasting the giant sandstone walls.
Snow Canyon Hiking Trails
Stats: Distance – 0.3 miles round trip
Approximate biking time – 30-90 minutes
Elevation gain – 13 feet
Difficulty – Easy
Trail – dirt and rocks
Bathrooms – None
Seasons to hike – Year Round
Permits needed – $15/car for ($10/car for Utah residents) or state parks pass
Pets allowed – No
Map to trailhead