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Sevier, Utah

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  • Sevier, Utah

    Hike Joe Lott Trail #051

    6.5 mi / 3600 ft gain
    The Joe Lott Trailhead starts at Castle Rock Campground and follows the Joe Lott Creek which has tall old growth trees to provide shade in the summer. Joe Lott Trail #051 is an out-and-back, so you can go as far as you like and turn around. We went 1.5 miles and had to cross the river 3-times. At...
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  • Sevier, Utah

    Cave of 100 Hands Trail

    0.5 mi / 50 ft gain
    The Cave of 100 Hands is a fascinating archeological/historical site that is easy all-ages and strollers. Over a thousand years ago, the valleys along what is now Interstate 70 near Sevier, Utah were home to the largest community of Fremont Indians ever discovered, and the Cave of 100 Hands has s...
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  • Sevier, Utah

    Explore Castle Rock's Slot Canyons

    0.25 mi / 200 ft gain
    Surrounding the Castle Rock Campground on the East and West sides are slot formations that have formed over centuries by wind and rain as it erodes softer earth from the harder rock. There are no designated trails, but footpaths are visible, follow them up and start exploring. This area is part o...
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  • Fillmore, Utah

    Camp and Explore at Meadow Lava Tubes

    1 mi
    EXPLORE THE AREAThe entrance to the Lava Tubes is located in a rock pit near the NW base of Tabernacle Hill. The trail is not marked very well, so you'll have to use your best exploring skills to find your way. Once you have entered the first cave follow it underground for about 100 ft until it l...
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  • Wayne County, Utah

    Drive the Cathedral Valley Loop

    60 mi
    These set of roads are classified as 4x4 high clearance vehical roads. Not to mention this part of the park is remote and only about 10% of visitors access it. To get to Cathedral Valley, we were recommended to drive a “loop” by the park ranger, that entailed about 60 miles of high clearance dirt...
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  • Torrey, Utah

    Capitol Reef's Sulphur Creek Route

    5.87 mi / 1191 ft gain
    This is a point-to-point hike that either requires a shuttle or 3 mile walk along highway 24. The starting trailhead is the Chimney Rock Trailhead which has limited parking. The ending trailhead is the Capitol Reef National Park Visitors Center. We only had one car so I dropped everyone off at th...
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