Category: Southern Utah

Hiking in Southern Utah will change you forever. Even the most fervent desert haters have a soft spot for red rocks. This region has one of the most magical and otherworldly landscapes in the world.

It should come as no surprise that all of Utah’s “Mighty Five” national parks are in the southern part of the state. However, for as special as they are, there are even more extraordinary places in between the parks.

If you are looking to hike less-visited trails with arches, petroglyphs, ancient ruins, and non-technical slot canyons, these guides are for you!

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Enepitsi Trail Hiking Guide

Overview The Enepitsi Trail is a wide, family and dog-friendly trail that runs along the Santa Clara River near St. George. There are several…