St. George Hiking Trails

Because winters are mild in St. George, hiking is pleasant year-round. Spring and fall are ideal times to hike, and many winter days are very pleasant. During summer, daytime temperatures can get really hot but hiking is enjoyable in the morning hours. Read more...



Red Mountain Resort

Stay in luxury and explore sunny St George

Hiking Next Door

Zion is St. George's BFF living just down the street

Up the road

Cedar City is worth a short hike (drive) to the north

Luxury While on the Road

Temple View RV Resort

Red Reef Trail

Easy family hiking with swimming along the way


Our favorite hikes near St. George:

Johnson Canyon

Johnson Canyon Trail is a short, but exciting hike at the mouth of Snow Canyon State Park. It boasts a natural spring, black lava flows, red rock walls...(more)

Whiptail Trail

The Whiptail Trail is a popular route for hikers, bikers, and joggers alike. It is a wide, paved trail that follows the bottom of Snow Canyon State Park...(more)

Petrified Dunes Trail

The Petrified Dunes Trail in Snow Canyon State Park leads visitors through some rugged terrain that consists of the once-flowing mountains of sand...(more)

Lava Flow Overlook Trail

The Lava Flow Overlook Trail in Snow Canyon State Park is a short trail that takes hikers from just below the junction of Snow Canyon Drive and State...(more)

Cinder Cone Trail

The Cinder Cone Trail takes visitors to the rim of one of Washington County's beautiful cinder cones. Two cinder cones sit almost completely within...(more)



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