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MASTER RESOURCES FOR HIKING

All Trails
Hike St. George
Leave No Trace

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, UTAH

Official website  

ARIZONA WAYPOINTS

Pipe Spring

BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT, NEW MEXICO

Official website  

BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS, UTAH

Official website  

BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK, UTAH

Official website  

CALIFORNIA STATE DESERT

Calico Ghost Town

CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK, UTAH

Island in the Sky District official website

CAPITOL REEF NATIONAL PARK, UTAH

Official website  

CATHEDRAL GORGE STATE PARK, NEVADA

Official website  

CEDAR BREAKS NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH

Official website  

DEAD HORSE POINT STATE PARK, UTAH

Official website  

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA

Official website

DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH

Official website  

DIXIE NATIONAL FOREST, UTAH

Ashdown Gorge Trail 
Brian Head Peak 
Bristlecone Pine Trail
Cascade Falls

Duck Creek Pond 
Highway 14 Drive 
Navajo Lake Shoreline
Kanarra Falls Trail 

GLEN CANYON NATIONAL RECREATION AREA, ARIZONA

Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam
Horseshoe Bend 

GOBLIN VALLEY STATE PARK, UTAH

Official website

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, ARIZONA

Official website – North Rim 
Official website – South Rim East

GRAND STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH

Toadstools Trail 

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING

Official website

GREAT BASIN NATIONAL PARK, NEVADA

Lehman Caves 

GUNLOCK STATE PARK, UTAH

Gunlock Upper Falls – Accessed by walking across the earthen dam. Falls are often dry but beautiful, and are spectacular when flowing. Falls started flowing again in March 2023 after several dry years. Use extreme caution on wet slickrock.
Gunlock Lower Falls – Trailhead on west side of the road just below the earthen dam
Gunlock Slot Canyon Trail
Gunlock Box Canyon – Located at a turnout less than a mile south of Gunlock State Park on the east side of the road.

IDAHO STATE

Hell’s Half Acre 

INDIANA STATE

Mill Race Park Area

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA

Official website

KANAB AREA, UTAH

Angel Canyon Cave 
Coral Pink Sand Dunes
Sand Caves 
Water Canyon

KODACHROME BASIN STATE PARK, UTAH

Official website

LOS ANGELES AREA, CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles Arboretum

MAUI, HAWAII

Road to Hana
Haleakala National Park

MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK, COLORADO

Official website

MEXICO

Chichen Itza
Coba
Tulum

MONTEZUMA NATIONAL MONUMENT, ARIZONA

Montezuma Castle
Montezuma Well

MONUMENT VALLEY, ARIZONA

Official website

NEVADA WAYPOINTS

Lake Mead
Seven Magic Mountains
Lake Mead and Hoover Dam

NEW YORK STATE

Niagara Falls

NORTH CASCADES NATIONAL PARK, WASHINGTON

Skagit River – Enters the park from the west
Ladder Creek Falls Trail

ORANGE COUNTY AREA, CALIFORNIA

Crystal Cove State Park
Crystal Cove Historic Beach
Laguna Beach and Bluffs

Little Corona del Mar Beach
Redwoods Grove Trail

OREGON STATE

Latourell Falls
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Scenic Drive

PROVO AREA, UTAH

Ashton Gardens
Bridalveil Falls
 
Provo Canyon Drive 
Rock Canyon 
Y Mountain Trail

RED CANYON, UTAH

Castle Bridge Trail
Hoodoo Loop Trail

RED ROCK CANYON NATIONAL CONSERVATION AREA, NEVADA

Official website

SALT LAKE CITY AREA, UTAH

Ensign Peak

SAN DIEGO AREA, CALIFORNIA

Cabrillo National Monument 
Carlsbad Beach
Carlsbad Flower Fields – Seasonal. Located in Carlsbad at 5704 Paseo Del Norte. Exit Interstate 5 at Palomar Airport Road, flower fields located a few short blocks east of the Interstate.
Granite Loop Trail
Harveston Lake

Oceanside Jetty 
Point Loma Cliffs 
San Juan Loop
Torrey Pines Beach and Broken Hill Loop
Torrey Pines Glidersport Cliffs

Torrey Pines Guy Fleming Trail
Vernal Pool Trail
Moonlight Beach
Walker Canyon Superbloom

SANTA CLARA RIVER, UTAH

Santa Clara River Headwaters to Drainage

SEATTLE AREA, WASHINGTON

Mukilteo Lighthouse Beach
Possession Point Trail
Washington Park Arboretum

SEDONA, ARIZONA

Sedona hikes and drives
Bell Rock Trail
Crescent Moon Ranch
Seven Sacred Pools Trail
Slide Rock Park
Yavapai Vista Trail

SNOW CANYON STATE PARK, UTAH

Official website

Snow Canyon Petroglyphs – Park at large turnout on the west side of Highway 18 about 1/4 mile south of 4200 N street. Hike west on trails of use about 0.25 mile to gravel and dirt road. Hike north about 0.6 mile to a wire fence stretching across road (no trespassing). Hike west on trail of use on south side of wire fence until you see the canyons below. Follow trail of use to an opening under the wire fence into Snow Canyon (day use fee or annual pass required). Navigate using All Trails map (download to phone before hiking). The trail is not well marked until arriving at Gila Trail, which is part of the petroglyph loop. Newspaper Rock and Shipwreck Rock are along the way heading northwest, both have petroglyphs. You can see a signpost for the Gila Trail from Shipwreck Rock about 100 yards to the west. Southbound Gila Trail leads downward to a junction with a creek bed marked with signage. Follow creek bed east a few hundred yards until signs and cairns indicate hiking south into the petroglyph slot canyon.

ST. GEORGE AREA, UTAH

Anasazi Valley Petroglyphs – Park in overflow lot, ascending trail to the right avoids switchbacks and is more scenic. Before leaving area, go a short way farther on the dirt road to an interesting Native American village display.
Aspiration Trail
Baker Lake
Bloomington Petroglyph Park
Cedar Pocket Wash
 
Chuckwalla Trail
Cinder Cone Trail
Claim Jumper Trail 
Confluence Park Trails

Dino Cliffs 
Dino Tracks and Red Reef East Area
Enepitsi (Ghost) Trail
Fire Lake Park
 
Fort Pearce – The map and address on the BLM page is incorrect. The fort is located on Warner Valley Road as described in the narrative.
Gecko Trail
Grafton Ghost Town 
Grandpa’s Pond Park
Green Valley Gap Trail
Hurricane Fault Lift – Can be seen from SR-9 a little east of I-15, from SR-7 a little east of Sand Hollow, and from Warner Valley Road exit east from SR-7.
Jacob Hamblin Trail – Jacob Hamblin was a frontiersman and ambassador to Native American tribes who explored much of the southwest in the mid-to-late 1800s. Out and back hike starts at the Jacob Hamblin historical home (which has an interesting historical tour), then the trail winds to the west for about a half mile passing through the site of the old Santa Clara Fort that was destroyed by flood and ending at the Santa Clara cemetery where several members of Jacob Hamblin’s family are buried.  Click here for directions.
Kayenta Bend Trail – Trailhead on south side of Old Highway 91 directly across from Kayenta Parkway. Also referred to by climbers as Shotgun Alley.
LaVerkin Gorge – Part of Confluence Park. Use SR-9 trailhead near bridge, exit several hundred yards west of historic power plant via switchback trail. and staircase.
LaVerkin Overlook 
Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs 
Little Black Mountain Spur – Exit Southern Parkway at Desert Canyons Parkway, go south about half a mile.
Little Black Mountain Trail
Lower Bearclaw Poppy Trail

Mayor’s Loop
Mountain Meadows Memorial Trails
Owens Loop
Paradise Rim Trail
 
Pioneer Park 
Pushing Tin Trail
Red Cliffs Anasazi Trail
Red Hills Desert Garden
Red Reef Trail

Quail Creek Shoreline 
Ranger Bart Trail
Sand Hollow Shoreline 
Santa Clara River Reserve – Accessed from Old Highway 91 a few miles south of the Anasazi Valley Petroglyphs trail.
Santa Clara River Trail 
Secret Sauce Trail 
Shinob Kibe 
Sky Mountain Overlook – Unofficial name, shown on Google Maps as Grapevine Wash area. Park on street in northeast corner of neighborhood about 0.5 mile west of Sky Mountain Golf Course, find off-road vehicle trailhead that leads out onto the bluff, follow several adjacent trails of use to viewpoints. Several good viewpoints near golf course as well.
Stone Quarry Trail
Temple Quarry Trail 
Temple Springs Trail
The Boneyard

The Vortex – Bowl
Tonaquint Nature Center
Toquerville Falls

Tuacahn Saddleback Trail 
Turtle Wall Trail
Upper Bearclaw Poppy Summit Trail

Virgin River Canyon Recreation Area
Virgin River Gorge

Virgin River Trail – Starts several miles south at Atkinville Trailhead on Virgin River South Trail. Includes SunRiver Wayside, which is the western end of the paved Virgin River Trail. Ends about a half mile north of Country Way, which is the current eastern end of the paved Virgin River Trail. This route is about 13.5 miles from end to end.
Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks
Warner Valley Scenic Drive – Exit northbound SR-7 and drive east onto the dirt and gravel road which winds through the valley to multiple points of interest. Some of Kevin Costner’s film Horizon was shot here.
Washington Corral – On the south side of SR-9, 3.4 miles east of LaVerkin and 0.9 miles east of the LaVerkin overlook sign.
White Dome Trails 
Yant Flat 

SUNSET CRATER VOLCANO, ARIZONA

Official website

TAIWAN

Taroko Gorge National Park

UTAH WAYPOINTS

Castle Valley Overlook Area – Also called Sand Bench view area, located on south side of I-70 about 45-60 minutes west of Highway 24
Lion’s Park Bridge – Near SR-191 where it crosses the Colorado River in Moab.
Otter Creek
Pine Valley
Red Canyon
Utah Lake
Washington Fields Dam – Upriver side accessible via Washington Dam Road. Downriver side accessible via Landfill Road and off-road trail.

VALLEY OF FIRE, NEVADA

Official website 
Seven Wonders Trail
Fire Caves Area
Fire Wash – Not an official trail. Located on the east side of White Dome Road several hundred yards to the north of Parking 2, walk to where the wash comes up to the road and follow it northeast.

VIRGIN RIVER

Virgin River Headwaters to Drainage

VIRGINIA

Yorktown Battle Monument

WASHINGTON WAYPOINTS

Bigfoot Park – Entrance located at east end of Espresso Chalet in Index, Washington on Route 2, was a filming location for the movie Harry and the Hendersons 
Skykomish River – Located about 1 mile west of Bigfoot Park where the highway crosses the river at the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Skykomish River 
Whidbey Island – Southern access is via Mukilteo/Clinton Ferry near Everett, there are many outdoor activities on this sizeable island

WUPATKI NATIONAL MONUMENT, ARIZONA

Wupatki Pueblo Trail
Wupatki Pueblo Trail Guide

WYOMING SEGMENTS OF OREGON TRAIL

Independence Rock
Martin’s Cove
Willie Center to Rescue Site
Rocky Ridge
Rock Creek Hollow

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING

Official website 

ZION NATIONAL PARK, UTAH

Official website 
Joe’s Guide to Zion National Park 
There are many unofficial walking paths in Zion.  They are located in the areas indicated in gallery titles.
Western Hoodoos 
East Canyon Overlook Trail – Located at the first small turnout east of the small tunnel on the north side of Highway 9.
Lower Clear Creek 
Eastern Hoodoos – Not an official trail. Located just west of the Checkerboard Mesa on the north side of Highway 9. You can see the hoodoos from the road.
Upper Clear Creek – Not an official trail. There is a prominent rest stop on the south side of Highway 9 a little less than 1 mile east of the small tunnel. Park here, go down the slick rock and hike east into the Clear Creek wash. Note that the Many Pools Trail starts at the first bend in the road east of the rest stop on the north side. If there is enough snow melt or recent rain, the Many Pools Trail can temporarily become the Many Pools Creek. Also, you can hike west in the Clear Creek wash about 1 mile to what is often a dry waterfall, or even further if desired.
Lambs Knoll