Top Adventures in Duck Creek Village

  • Hike the Cascades Trail in Dixie National Forest

    Hiked the cascades trail from the parking lot through a forest of spruce trees and many interesting wildflowers.  The trail has good views of the National Forest and Zion National Park in the distance. The trail has some elevation gain but not too...

    1.2 miles 137 ft gain

  • Hike The Narrows: Top Down

    THE NARROWS This by far one of the most scenic and awesome hikes available in any National Park. There is no place in Zion National Park more sublime in its beauty and awe inspiring in its creation as you hike through the crystal clear Virgin Rive...

    16 miles

  • Explore the Mammoth Cave Lava Tubes

    From the USFS website:  "Mammoth Cave, at 8050 feet in elevation opens to one of the largest lava tubes in Utah with over 2200 feet of passages. Formed by cooling lava and flowing water, Mammoth Cave is part of the Markagunt Plateau. Geologists be...

    0.4 miles 100 ft gain

  • Hike Red Hollow Slot Canyon

    The trailhead is about 18 miles from the eastern entrance of Zion National Park, located in the small town of Orderville. In Orderville, the streets aren't marked too well, so follow the road that goes past the cemetery and the school, 100 East. W...

    3.2 miles 200 ft gain

  • Canyoneering Birch Hollow

    Birch Hollow is near Zion National Park, and accessible from North Fork Road (East Zion) past the Ponderosa Resort. If you do not hike out through Orderville into Zion National Park (ZNP) and the Narrows, then a ZNP Permit is not required (turning...

  • Hike the Sunset Trail

    Cedar Breaks National Monument is a gorgeous multi-colored limestone amphitheater that many consider to be more beautiful than Bryce Canyon National Park given its greater depth over a shorter distance and higher elevation. It is far less traveled...

    1 miles 200 ft gain

  • Hike Ramparts Trail via Spectra Point

    To call this place "breathtaking" would not do it justice. The rusty red, orange, purple colors of million-year-old rock erosion are otherworldly, something you'd imagine on Mars. The Indians named Cedar Breaks the "Circle of Painted Cliffs," and ...

    4 miles

  • Hike the Sunset Trail, Cedar Breaks National Monument

    Started the hike at the visitor center. The walk is fairly level and there is not much altitude gain. There are very good views of the park and in the summer there is a profusion of wildflowers. At the beginning of the trail the different wildflow...

    2 miles 100 ft gain

  • Hike the Spectra Point and Rampart Overlook Trails

    Park at the visitor center parking lot and start hiking the trail. You'll admire the great views of the breaks and canyons below. If you hike in the summer, be sure to take the time to photograph the many beautiful wildflowers, old cedars, and mar...

    3.7 miles 836 ft gain

  • Hike through the Red Caves (Sand Wash)

    They don't require any technical gear unless you would like to do two short rappels near the beginning of Lower Red Cave and one short rappel into the Upper Red Cave. We didn't take a rope and were fine although the canyons are usually filled with...

  • Hike the Hoodoo Loop Trail in Dixie National Forest

    Hoodoo's are unique rock formations formed over many years by erosion.  In this region, the hoodoos are formed through a process called frost wedging.  This is the process of repeated freeze thaw cycles.  As snow melts the water seeps between the ...

    0.3 miles

  • Hike the Narrows, Zion NP

    Hiking the narrows in Zion National Park is one of my favorite hikes and something I return for almost every year, I can still remember my first visit as a kid. There's no other place like it in the National Park system and the stunning beauty of ...

    10 miles

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