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Snow Canyon is one of Utah's best-kept secrets. While everyone is off to Zion National Park, the locals know that Snow Canyon has just as much to boast about.
You can hike, bike, or camp in Snow Canyon State Park. Hike through red sand, walk the same path as pioneers, visit the dark lava tubes, or just hang out with the lizards!
Here are 8 hikes to really show off Snow Canyon State Park.
Snow Canyon State Park
Pioneer Names Hike
Short .4 mile hike to historic pioneer names written in axel grease.
Jenny’s Canyon is a great hike for families and small children. Because of the endangered habitat, this trail is closed seasonally from March 15 – June 1.
Scout Cave Trailhead is a 4.4 mile hike located in Ivins, UT rated moderate.
Lava Tube Trail
Lava Tube Trail is a 2.3 mile hike located in Ivins, UT rated moderate.
Petrified Dunes is a 1.2 mile hike located in Moab, UT rated easy.
You’re right, this is one of my favorite places in Southern Utah!