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    Top Spots in and near Mount Carmel

    • Kanab, Utah

      Hike WIllis Creek Slot Canyon

      4.7
      Willis Creek Slot Canyon begins at the Willis Creek Trailhead, located in Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. The trail is very easy to find and follow. It begins winding through junipers for several hundred feet before dropping gradually into a wash, at which point it meets up with Will...
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    • Marble Canyon, Utah

      Hike the Buckskin Mountain Passage from Stateline Campground on the Arizona Trail

      8 mi / 1400 ft gain
      Depending how you approach this 800 mile trail, I did the first 4 miles or last 4 miles as an out and back from Stateline Campground on the Utah/Arizona state line and the border of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. This section of the trail does not pass through Vermilion Cliffs N.M. b...
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    • Kanab, Utah

      Hike Buckskin Gulch, Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness

      4.6
      15 mi
      Buckskin Gulch is a natural wonder. At 15 miles long it is the longest slot canyon in the world. It sometimes is as narrow as 2ft. Because of the nature of this canyon and Utah topography this canyon is subject to deadly flash flood if it rains anywhere along the headwaters. Be sure to check in w...
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    • Kanab, Utah

      The Wave via Coyote Buttes North

      5.0
      5.41 mi / 755 ft gain
      The hike to the Wave is 2.5 miles (one-way). When you arrive, take in the sandstone showing incredible striations of red, orange, pink, yellow, and beige. Please note that this adventure is only accessible by obtaining a permit. Only 20 visitors are allowed access per day with 10 permits given on...
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    • Kanab, Utah

      Wire Pass Slot Canyon

      4.6
      3.75 mi / 325 ft gain
      Wire Pass is a hike through a scenic slot canyon that is often overlooked due to its close proximity to the very famous Wave. Unlike the "Wave" a permit is not required to make the hike, only a day use fee at the trailhead. Be sure to check local weather for rainfall and please do not go on this ...
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    • St. George, Utah

      Rock Climb in Pioneer Park

      4.0
      Pioneer Park in St. George, Utah offers a few great rock climbing routes, as well as some bouldering problems.  Park in the dirt parking lot then walk straight ahead into the little slot canyons. The marked location will take you to the most popular rock climbing destination in the park with 6 to...
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    • Saint George, Utah

      Check Out Pioneer Park's Little Narrows

      5.0
      0.1 mi
      Pioneer Park's slot canyon is located in the red sandstone cliffs above St. George Blvd in Pioneer Park. Pioneer Park has tables for picnics and lots of fun rock formations for kids and adults to play on. The park is usually very crowded, and it can be challenging to find a parking spot in the pa...
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    • Garfield County, Utah

      Camp at Dave's Hollow Campground

      4.2 mi / 800 ft gain
      We all know the crowds well at our favorite National Parks, and Bryce Canyon is no exception. When you're looking to get a little further away from the noise, lights, and experience of a National Park campground, you often don't have to go very far off the main road. This adventure is for those w...
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    • Panguitch, Utah

      Drive the Scenic Byway 12 in Utah

      5.0
      The Scenic HWY 12 is a great stretch en route to Bryce Canyon. Stop at the overlooks and take in the beautiful surrounding scenery. The red rocks are spectacular!
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    • Bryce, Utah

      Hat Shop via Under the Rim Trail

      5.0
      3.99 mi / 1093 ft gain
      Hat Shop via Under the Rim Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see local wildlife located near Bryce, Utah.
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    • Bryce, Utah

      Hiking Bryce Canyon's Rim Trail

      4.4
      11.01 mi / 1342 ft gain
      This popular hike in Bryce Canyon National Park offers up breathtaking views from just about every step. While it can be as long as 11 miles out and back from Fairyland Point to Bryce Point, multiple pull outs allow driving between the different points providing as long or short as a hike as you ...
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    • Bryce, Utah

      Bryce Point Trail

      0.25 mi / 161 ft gain
      Bryce Point Trail is an out-and-back trail where you may see local wildlife located near Bryce, Utah.
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    • Tropic, Utah

      Under the Rim Trail to Swamp Canyon Camp

      5.0
      23.79 mi / 5794 ft gain
      This trail is just about the only way I would see Bryce Canyon. When we initially drove in it was like we were at Disneyland, with crowds of people everywhere. We soon discovered, however, that very few people enter Bryce Canyon's backcountry. We chose to visit Bryce in July due to it's higher el...
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    • Hatch, Utah

      Bike Thunder Mountain Trail

      4.0
      8 mi / 1123 ft gain
      Thunder Mountain Trail is one that should be on every mountain bikers bucket list. It's located just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park and passes through hoodoos, classic Bryce Canyon topography and epic views to the west.  For the first 2.5 miles, the trail meanders back and forth with littl...
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    • Bryce, Utah

      Winter Camping in Bryce Canyon National Park

      5.0
      The incredible views at Bryce Canyon National Park can be described with little else than a “Wow.” During a snowy winter, especially, these sights are not to be missed.There is only one campground open during the winter, Sunset Campground, and it is first come, first serve. Most visitors shy away...
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    • St. George, Utah

      Run the Santa Clara River Trail to Tonaquint Park and Cottonwood Cove Park

      6 mi / 10 ft gain
      This is a relatively flat and fast city trail with negligible elevation gain or loss over the 6 mile round trip. Beginning at the Crosby Family Confluence Park located just off I-15 near the St. George convention center, immediately pass under the freeway and begin your run up the Santa Clara Tra...
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