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Length
Surfaces
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Bluff Street Path

0.8 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Bryce Canyon Shared Use Path

5 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Coal Creek Trail (UT)

3.4 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete

Fort Pearce Wash Trail

0.7 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Halfway Wash Trail

1.9 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Highway 18 Path

7.7 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Dirt

Middleton Wash Trail

1.3 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Pa'rus Trail

1.6 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

8.6 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Sand Hollow Wash Trail

0.9 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Slick Rock Park Trail

0.3 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Slick Rock Trail

0.6 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Snow Canyon Trail

7.6 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Virgin River South Trail

2.7 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Virgin River Trail

14 mi
State: UT
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
Situated in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts a number of trails, including the Bluff Street Path. This path provides recreational opportunities for residents in the northern...
UT 0.8 mi Asphalt
Dedicated in 2016, the trail offers cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users an easy way to explore what Bryce Canyon National Park has to offer. It picks up where Red Canyon Bicycle Trail along Utah...
UT 5 mi Asphalt
The Coal Creek Trail provides an easy paved hike or ride for 3.5 miles along its namesake waterway. The trail begins at Bicentennial Park, a grassy picnic area, and passes Rotary Centennial Veterans...
UT 3.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Fort Pearce Wash Trail is one of many trails in the City of St. George. This short trail merges with Virgin River South for a short distance, meeting the east end of Webb Hill Trail, then (via an...
UT 0.7 mi Asphalt
Located in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts an extensive trail system. The Halfway Wash Trail is a part of this system and serves the northern part of the city. The trail...
UT 1.9 mi Asphalt
Paralleling State Highway 18 outside of the city of St. George in southwest Utah, this trail provides a great recreational opportunity. Spectacular views can been had from numerous points along the...
UT 7.7 mi Asphalt, Dirt
A part of the City of St. George trail system, the Middleton Wash Trail runs through the eastern part of the city along Middleton Wash. The trail provides a recreational opportunity for nearby...
UT 1.3 mi Asphalt
The Pa’rus Trail provides an easy way to explore Zion National Park by bike. The paved, nearly 2-mile trail begins at the park's South Campground, just north of Springdale. From there, the trail heads...
UT 1.6 mi Asphalt
The Red Canyon Bicycle Trail (a National Recreation Trail), running for more than 8 paved miles, is appropriately named. This must-do path travels through scenic red canyons in an area referred to as...
UT 8.6 mi Asphalt
The Sand Hollow Wash Trail serves the northwest part of the city of St. George, in southwest Utah. This trail is a part of the St. George trail system and provides connections to nearby residences and...
UT 0.9 mi Asphalt
The Slick Rock Park Trail is a short paved loop within the scenic park in St. George. The park offers rock climbing boulders for children, along with restrooms and a picnic area. Pick up the Slick...
UT 0.3 mi Asphalt
Nestled in the northeast corner of St. George, the Slick Rock Trail is a short neighborhood path with views of desert landscaping and distant mountains. The trail begins at a junction with the Slick...
UT 0.6 mi Asphalt
The Snow Canyon Trail is a part of the City of St. George trail system. This trail connects residents of the northern part of the city with recreational facilities as well as the Snow Canyon State...
UT 7.6 mi Asphalt
The Virgin River South Trail is a part of the St. Georges trail system. It connects to the Fort Pearce Wash Trail at its southern end.
UT 2.7 mi Asphalt
The Virgin River Trail follows the Virgin River valley through the city of St. George in the southwest corner of Utah. The trail provides striking views of the river as well as connections to nearby...
UT 14 mi Asphalt

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Slick Rock Trail

UT - 0.6 miles

Nestled in the northeast corner of St. George, the Slick Rock Trail is a short neighborhood path with views of desert landscaping and distant mountains. The trail begins at a junction with the Slick...

Virgin River South Trail

UT - 2.7 miles

The Virgin River South Trail is a part of the St. Georges trail system. It connects to the Fort Pearce Wash Trail at its southern end.

Pa'rus Trail

UT - 1.6 miles

The Pa’rus Trail provides an easy way to explore Zion National Park by bike. The paved, nearly 2-mile trail begins at the park's South Campground, just north of Springdale. From there, the trail heads...

Halfway Wash Trail

UT - 1.9 miles

Located in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts an extensive trail system. The Halfway Wash Trail is a part of this system and serves the northern part of the city. The trail...

Accordion

Slick Rock Park Trail

UT - 0.3 miles

The Slick Rock Park Trail is a short paved loop within the scenic park in St. George. The park offers rock climbing boulders for children, along with restrooms and a picnic area. Pick up the Slick...

Fort Pearce Wash Trail

UT - 0.7 miles

The Fort Pearce Wash Trail is one of many trails in the City of St. George. This short trail merges with Virgin River South for a short distance, meeting the east end of Webb Hill Trail, then (via an...

Coal Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 3.4 miles

The Coal Creek Trail provides an easy paved hike or ride for 3.5 miles along its namesake waterway. The trail begins at Bicentennial Park, a grassy picnic area, and passes Rotary Centennial Veterans...

Highway 18 Path

UT - 7.7 miles

Paralleling State Highway 18 outside of the city of St. George in southwest Utah, this trail provides a great recreational opportunity. Spectacular views can been had from numerous points along the...

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

UT - 8.6 miles

The Red Canyon Bicycle Trail (a National Recreation Trail), running for more than 8 paved miles, is appropriately named. This must-do path travels through scenic red canyons in an area referred to as...

Middleton Wash Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

A part of the City of St. George trail system, the Middleton Wash Trail runs through the eastern part of the city along Middleton Wash. The trail provides a recreational opportunity for nearby...

Bryce Canyon Shared Use Path

UT - 5 miles

Dedicated in 2016, the trail offers cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users an easy way to explore what Bryce Canyon National Park has to offer. It picks up where Red Canyon Bicycle Trail along Utah...

Virgin River Trail

UT - 14 miles

The Virgin River Trail follows the Virgin River valley through the city of St. George in the southwest corner of Utah. The trail provides striking views of the river as well as connections to nearby...

Sand Hollow Wash Trail

UT - 0.9 miles

The Sand Hollow Wash Trail serves the northwest part of the city of St. George, in southwest Utah. This trail is a part of the St. George trail system and provides connections to nearby residences and...

Bluff Street Path

UT - 0.8 miles

Situated in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts a number of trails, including the Bluff Street Path. This path provides recreational opportunities for residents in the northern...

Snow Canyon Trail

UT - 7.6 miles

The Snow Canyon Trail is a part of the City of St. George trail system. This trail connects residents of the northern part of the city with recreational facilities as well as the Snow Canyon State...

Virgin River Trail

UT - 14 miles

The Virgin River Trail follows the Virgin River valley through the city of St. George in the southwest corner of Utah. The trail provides striking views of the river as well as connections to nearby...

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

UT - 8.6 miles

The Red Canyon Bicycle Trail (a National Recreation Trail), running for more than 8 paved miles, is appropriately named. This must-do path travels through scenic red canyons in an area referred to as...

Fort Pearce Wash Trail

UT - 0.7 miles

The Fort Pearce Wash Trail is one of many trails in the City of St. George. This short trail merges with Virgin River South for a short distance, meeting the east end of Webb Hill Trail, then (via an...

Slick Rock Park Trail

UT - 0.3 miles

The Slick Rock Park Trail is a short paved loop within the scenic park in St. George. The park offers rock climbing boulders for children, along with restrooms and a picnic area. Pick up the Slick...

Accordion

Halfway Wash Trail

UT - 1.9 miles

Located in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts an extensive trail system. The Halfway Wash Trail is a part of this system and serves the northern part of the city. The trail...

Virgin River South Trail

UT - 2.7 miles

The Virgin River South Trail is a part of the St. Georges trail system. It connects to the Fort Pearce Wash Trail at its southern end.

Middleton Wash Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

A part of the City of St. George trail system, the Middleton Wash Trail runs through the eastern part of the city along Middleton Wash. The trail provides a recreational opportunity for nearby...

Slick Rock Trail

UT - 0.6 miles

Nestled in the northeast corner of St. George, the Slick Rock Trail is a short neighborhood path with views of desert landscaping and distant mountains. The trail begins at a junction with the Slick...

Snow Canyon Trail

UT - 7.6 miles

The Snow Canyon Trail is a part of the City of St. George trail system. This trail connects residents of the northern part of the city with recreational facilities as well as the Snow Canyon State...

Bluff Street Path

UT - 0.8 miles

Situated in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts a number of trails, including the Bluff Street Path. This path provides recreational opportunities for residents in the northern...

Highway 18 Path

UT - 7.7 miles

Paralleling State Highway 18 outside of the city of St. George in southwest Utah, this trail provides a great recreational opportunity. Spectacular views can been had from numerous points along the...

Bryce Canyon Shared Use Path

UT - 5 miles

Dedicated in 2016, the trail offers cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users an easy way to explore what Bryce Canyon National Park has to offer. It picks up where Red Canyon Bicycle Trail along Utah...

Pa'rus Trail

UT - 1.6 miles

The Pa’rus Trail provides an easy way to explore Zion National Park by bike. The paved, nearly 2-mile trail begins at the park's South Campground, just north of Springdale. From there, the trail heads...

Coal Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 3.4 miles

The Coal Creek Trail provides an easy paved hike or ride for 3.5 miles along its namesake waterway. The trail begins at Bicentennial Park, a grassy picnic area, and passes Rotary Centennial Veterans...

Sand Hollow Wash Trail

UT - 0.9 miles

The Sand Hollow Wash Trail serves the northwest part of the city of St. George, in southwest Utah. This trail is a part of the St. George trail system and provides connections to nearby residences and...

Highway 18 Path

UT - 7.7 miles

Paralleling State Highway 18 outside of the city of St. George in southwest Utah, this trail provides a great recreational opportunity. Spectacular views can been had from numerous points along the...

Slick Rock Park Trail

UT - 0.3 miles

The Slick Rock Park Trail is a short paved loop within the scenic park in St. George. The park offers rock climbing boulders for children, along with restrooms and a picnic area. Pick up the Slick...

Sand Hollow Wash Trail

UT - 0.9 miles

The Sand Hollow Wash Trail serves the northwest part of the city of St. George, in southwest Utah. This trail is a part of the St. George trail system and provides connections to nearby residences and...

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

UT - 8.6 miles

The Red Canyon Bicycle Trail (a National Recreation Trail), running for more than 8 paved miles, is appropriately named. This must-do path travels through scenic red canyons in an area referred to as...

Accordion

Virgin River South Trail

UT - 2.7 miles

The Virgin River South Trail is a part of the St. Georges trail system. It connects to the Fort Pearce Wash Trail at its southern end.

Virgin River Trail

UT - 14 miles

The Virgin River Trail follows the Virgin River valley through the city of St. George in the southwest corner of Utah. The trail provides striking views of the river as well as connections to nearby...

Slick Rock Trail

UT - 0.6 miles

Nestled in the northeast corner of St. George, the Slick Rock Trail is a short neighborhood path with views of desert landscaping and distant mountains. The trail begins at a junction with the Slick...

Halfway Wash Trail

UT - 1.9 miles

Located in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts an extensive trail system. The Halfway Wash Trail is a part of this system and serves the northern part of the city. The trail...

Bryce Canyon Shared Use Path

UT - 5 miles

Dedicated in 2016, the trail offers cyclists, walkers and wheelchair users an easy way to explore what Bryce Canyon National Park has to offer. It picks up where Red Canyon Bicycle Trail along Utah...

Snow Canyon Trail

UT - 7.6 miles

The Snow Canyon Trail is a part of the City of St. George trail system. This trail connects residents of the northern part of the city with recreational facilities as well as the Snow Canyon State...

Fort Pearce Wash Trail

UT - 0.7 miles

The Fort Pearce Wash Trail is one of many trails in the City of St. George. This short trail merges with Virgin River South for a short distance, meeting the east end of Webb Hill Trail, then (via an...

Coal Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 3.4 miles

The Coal Creek Trail provides an easy paved hike or ride for 3.5 miles along its namesake waterway. The trail begins at Bicentennial Park, a grassy picnic area, and passes Rotary Centennial Veterans...

Bluff Street Path

UT - 0.8 miles

Situated in the southwest corner of Utah, the city of St. George boasts a number of trails, including the Bluff Street Path. This path provides recreational opportunities for residents in the northern...

Pa'rus Trail

UT - 1.6 miles

The Pa’rus Trail provides an easy way to explore Zion National Park by bike. The paved, nearly 2-mile trail begins at the park's South Campground, just north of Springdale. From there, the trail heads...

Middleton Wash Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

A part of the City of St. George trail system, the Middleton Wash Trail runs through the eastern part of the city along Middleton Wash. The trail provides a recreational opportunity for nearby...

Recent Trail Reviews

Virgin River Trail

a lot of additions

September, 2018 by elj317

Traveling around the Southwest. Read the reviews on this trail. Not too impressive but decided to give it a try. What a surprise!!! A massive amount of work has been done-a lot of trail added. i can't even name the additions since I am only passing through. Suffice to say , I did 30 miles and could have done a lot more. A lot of the trail system is brand new. All new parks and facilities. Fantastic!!! Like the best trails in any state. Brand new-clean facilities. Absolutely immaculate trail system. They had some additions closed for the on going work. Great maps and directional info at every intersection. Kudos to Washington and St. George , Utah

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

Great place for a camping and biking weekend!

August, 2018 by ryanreason

My friends and I enjoy riding the paved trails around our hometown on the weekends and we also enjoy a little camping. In my search to find a way to combine these two passions, I found Red Canyon Campground here on traillink.com. Reading the reviews helped me get a feel for what to expect, so we found a weekend and headed up for a bike-centric camping break from the summer heat.

We arrived after lunch on Friday and had plenty of spacious spots to choose from. We found the perfect one with plenty of shade, trees spaced ideally for hammocks, and lots of room to spread out our three tents. All the spaces here are first come first serve, and by sundown there was only one spot left.

The next morning we geared up and started out on our ride. What we anticipated was to be a 8-ish mile, slightly uphill, paved trail away from the cars passing on the scenic byway. This ride was that and so much more in every aspect!

Our group of six consisted of casual to active bike riders on a variety of bike styles and gear. The first four miles leaving the campground and heading east are a little tougher than I expected. Those four miles gradually increase in incline difficulty and weave through a scenic forest and red rock vistas. Once we were able to finally crest the last half mile of fairly steep hill, the trail opens up to a long, straight portion of easy rolling hills with views of pastures extending to mountains far off into the distance. The beauty of the landscape makes exerting to get up that first four mile section of hill climbing completely worth the effort!

We passed a gas station/ convenience store before we asked another rider how far the trail went, as we seemed to be past the 8-ish miles we were expecting. We found out this trail had been extended in recent years to reach all the way to Inspiration Point inside Bryce Canyon National Park. Taking this full trail from the Red Canyon Campground to Inspiration Point would put the route at 16.5 miles one way. We decided that was a little further than we wanted to go on that day, but we continued on to touch the “Welcome to Bryce Canyon City” sign which made our end-to-end ride at 10.5 miles one way.

One the way back, the long rolling hills section was slightly more uphill than I had thought it was, but nothing that was too challenging. By the time we reached the last four miles, now a steep downhill section, I discovered that the cracks in the trail that I barely noticed slowly making my way up the hill, were jarring and abusive when flying down the hill. Those of us with skinny butts and even skinnier tires got spanked pretty good because of the the multiple and unavoidable cracks.

Other than some maintenance that seems long overdue to make this trail smooth and comfortable, the ride was challenging but not impossible, stunning in scenery, and made for a fun and unforgettable experience for our rag tag group of bicycle enthusiasts. We absolutely loved the spacious campground with clean bathrooms and the super friendly campground hosts!

We will absolutely be coming back next camping season to do this one again and encourage anyone who is considering a biking/camping trip to put Red Canyon Campground on your list of must do’s!!

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

great ride/ horrible trail.

July, 2018 by lvjwmartin

What a great ride. Lots of breaks in the asphalt that are large and actually hurt. The way down was fast and the bumps were horrible. However, this is a great trail and I’ll continue riding it. It is beautiful.

Accordion

Virgin River Trail

closed!

September, 2017 by parajared

I went to ride this trail on 9/23/17 and it was closed. :(

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

more of an uphill than I was expecting

September, 2017 by parajared

I started at Thunder Mountain Trailhead and worked my way east. It was a gradual uphill the entire ride all the way to end of the canyon. I thought the section of trail not inside the canyon was pretty meh but the rest of the canyon was pretty scenic and well maintained. I would recommend doing the 1st five miles only and then just turn around unless you just really have a hankering to ride a few extra miles of boring prairie.

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

Wonderful trail to ride!

September, 2017 by acannefax

I started this trail just outside Bryce Canyon National Park at Ruby's RV park and campground. You can catch the trail just across the street and head north to the intersection of Hwy 63 and N 100 E. You ride on the sidewalk for a bit, but then you can see the trail pick up again at this intersection, across the street. It goes north for a bit and then heads west at the Cowboy Ranch House and Bryce Canyon resort. For about a total of 8.5 miles the trail is flat or rolling hills. After that, for about 5 more miles it is downhill to Thunder Mountain trailhead. If you don't want to ride the 5 miles back uphill, stop at the Red Canyon trailhead. The 5 miles back from Thunder Mountain trailhead are certainly a challenge, but not too bad. The views are awesome, and the trail surface is really good - just a few bumps in places. As others have said, the trail continues from where I started, into Bryce Canyon National Park. I did not ride this section.

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

Trail extended into Bryce

May, 2017 by pcturner0277

May 8 2017 We actually picked up the Red Canyon trail close to the end and rode it all the way in to Bryce Canyon NP. There is a short gap in front of Ruby's outside the park where you have to share the road. The shared multi-use path picks up at the shuttle bus parking lot and goes up through Dixie NF before entering the NP. Its a wonderful trail that winds past the Visitor Center, past the Lodge, Sunrise and Sunset viewpoints and ends at Inspiration Point. Its all nice smooth asphalt. There is a park sign on the trail to stop and take your picture. A few small hills that if you arent in good shape can make you huff and puff due to the 7700' elevation. The ride down is a joy with serpentine curves through the ponderosa pine. Lots of Utah prarie dogs scurrying across the path which are an endangered and protected species. Take a bike lock since bikes arent allowed on the Rim Trail.

Pa'rus Trail

Beautiful

March, 2017 by streak1

Ran this trail recently.Absolutely beautiful!Found myself just gazing at the incredible beauty of Zion during the run.There is a steady uphill grade from the Visitor Center to Canyon Junction.The first quarter mile of trail from Visitor Center is a little bumpy.So be careful.After that the Trail is quite smooth all the way to Canyon Junction.

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

Hard to Beat the Scenery

October, 2016 by acewickwire

Started the nicely paved trail on the west end at Thunder Mountain TH. Made the climb up past the two tunnels and turned around at the small bridge. Thought we were getting close to the top but could see the trail continued to climb. The climb isn't difficult (unless not used to the elevation) but seems to be fairly steady. On return down the trail stopped at the Red Canyon Visitor Center. They have some nice interpretative signs showing a variety of trails in the area with an elevation graphic. The visitor center is only about 1/2 mile from western starting point. Might want to stop there first. Plus you can get your photo with Smokey Bear taken. As my title states, pretty hard to beat this scenery.

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

what a treat!

August, 2016 by valeriej3

I began my ride sort of in the middle of the trail near the OHV parking lot for the Fremont trail, just across from Tom's Best Spring Road. I had read other reviews that said going from east to west would be best but I wanted to see how far east the trail went. Good news! It goes all the way in to Bryce Canyon City and into the park to Inspiration Point. I didn't ride all the way into the park as I had other plans for the day so turned around at Ruby's Inn and headed west. The trail rolls across the meadow with some fun hills to coast down and then you get your workout pedaling up the next rise.
Once back to where I started, the trail begins it's descent into Red Rock Canyon. Absolutely beautiful and what a great way to enjoy the scenery. I was really glad I was going in that direction, I only had my Tern folding bicycle with 7 gears and it would have been challenging to ride from west to east.
A must if you are in the area. If you are staying at one of the local hotels or campgrounds, take advantage of the trail and ride in to the park. Gives you an opportunity to see the pronghorn and mule deer in the forest that you might not see from the road. And you don't have to wait for a parking spot.

Red Canyon Bicycle Trail

Red Canyon Bike Trail Extended!

August, 2016 by larry.erdman

I have lived here in southern Utah for 6 years and this is the first time today that I rode the trail. Part of my reluctance was the fact that the trail ends basically "no where" and you then have to either turn around or get onto Hwy 12. Well, I was very surprised when I got to the end of the old trail and found an entirely new section continuing on! The sign saying "pavement ends" is still in place, but its obviously wrong. I continued on for another 3 miles until the intersection of Hwy 12 with Hwy 63 which takes you into Bryce Canyon NP. I could see that the path goes on, so my belief is that it continues onto the park! Very nice!

Challenging uphills going west to east but that becomes a screaming downhill going back.

Virgin River Trail

virgin river trail

July, 2016 by lisascarcello

We rode the trail from our hotel. It was a nice ride with really nice road conditions. Bike friendly town

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