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    Top Spots in and near Mount Carmel

    • New Harmony, Utah

      Kolob Canyon Scenic Drive

      10.35 mi / 1503 ft gain
      Kolob Canyon Scenic Drive is an out-and-back drive where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near New Harmony, Utah.
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    • Hurricane, Utah

      Hike Arch Trail to Babylon Arch

      1.5 mi
      Arch Trail to Babylon Arch is a short family friendly hike to the Virgin River and back. The trail is very sandy, which makes climbing hills difficult. The arch is really neat and totally worth the visit.To get to the trailhead will require 4 wheel drive and if its recently rained I would not rec...
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    • Brian Head, Utah

      Alpine Pond North Loop

      1.22 mi / 79 ft gain
      Alpine Pond North Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Cedar City, Utah.
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    • Hurricane, Utah

      Hike the Historic Babylon - Little Purgatory Loop

      6 mi / 1000 ft gain
      The trailhead has space for about three or four cars. Watch for an obvious gap in the cliffs very close to the trailhead, this is where you should park. Just before exiting the gap, look to the left for some interesting petroglyphs. The trail follows a dry wash through some heavy vegetation for a...
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    • Kanarraville, Utah

      Kanarra Falls via Kanarraville Slot Canyon

      3.6 mi / 732 ft gain
      Kanarra Falls is a gem of a hike that takes you into the Kanarraville slot canyons in southern Utah and the infamous Kanarra Falls. After hiking half a mile or so from the parking lot on a fairly open trail the canyon slots up. This is where the fun begins. Here you will have to walk through the ...
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    • Cedar City, Utah

      Hike the Hoodoo Loop Trail in Dixie National Forest

      0.3 mi
      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 cracks in the rocks then freezes at night when the...
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    • Brian Head, Utah

      Hike the Brian Head Loop Trail

      0.2 mi
      Drive to the peak on county road 47 to the parking area. Hike around the peak and admire the beautiful views of the mountains and the resort below. Be sure to take pictures of the abundant wildflowers around the peak. The drive to the peak is very scenic.
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    • Hurricane, Utah

      Red Cliffs Recreation Nature Trail

      1.39 mi / 266 ft gain
      Hike along streams that run through red sandstone - the blue water makes a fun contrast against the red rocks and sand. To get to the trailhead, drive to the Red Cliffs Campground about 20 minutes north of St. George. There is a small fee to park or camp at the campground. This trail starts in ...
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    • 37.475289,-112.240302

      Hike Bryce Canyon's Riggs Spring Loop

      8.71 mi / 2044 ft gain
      Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is a spectacular place. It really has to be seen to be believed. Some of the most scenic parts of Bryce are easily accessible by the average visitor via car-accessible overlooks. However, if you're not into crowds or want to hike/backpack in Bryce...there are so...
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    • Kane County, Utah

      Run the Bryce Canyon Traverse

      30.3 mi / 6600 ft gain
      The Bryce Canyon Traverse is a point-to-point run covering over 30 miles from Rainbow Point at the southern end of the park to Sunrise Point at the North. The majority of the run is on the remote Under-the-Rim Trail where you might pass the occasional backpacker, but won't find a tourist group f...
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    • 37.475264,-112.239586

      Hike the Bristlecone Loop Trail

      0.98 mi / 180 ft gain
      The trail begins from the South side of the parking lot and is well marked with signs and information placards.  Walk for approximately 5 minutes before reaching the intersection where the two ends of the loop come together.  This loop can be done in either direction so you can take your pick.  T...
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    • Washington, Utah

      Camping at Yant Flat

      2.6 mi / 500 ft gain
      Though only a few miles from civilization as a bird flies, this trailhead is only accessible via a dirt road (that can be quite bumpy - high clearance vehicles recommended though I did it in a car).  Given the condition of the road, drive time can be 45 minutes from St George, Utah.  The road is ...
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    • Washington, Utah

      Yant West Loop

      3.44 mi / 709 ft gain
      Yant West Loop is a loop trail that takes you past scenic surroundings located near Washington, Utah.
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    • Pine Valley, Utah

      Whipple Trail

      11.56 mi / 3133 ft gain
      Whipple Trail is an 11.6-mile out-and-back hike. You'll hike switchbacks and climb elevation to a valley in the Pine Valley Mountains.  With the distance and elevation gain, this can be a challenging hike. For the first 2 miles, you climb close to 900 ft in elevation, but it’s absolutely stunnin...
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    • Brian Head, Utah

      Canyoneering Benson Creek

      2 mi / 200 ft gain
      Disclaimer: Canyoneering is a dangerous and technical activity. Don’t enter any canyon without the skills to match it, or the knowledge to navigate it. Benson Creek is a pleasant little spot for families to hike a waterfall (Hidden Haven Falls), or a fantastic spot for canyoneers to rappel some w...
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    • Kanab, Utah

      Bull Valley Gorge Trail

      0.89 mi / 49 ft gain
      Bull Valley Gorge Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Cannonville, Utah.
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