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Kanarra Creek Canyon Trail

Cedar City, UT

Kanarra Creek Canyon Trail is a 2.8 mile out and back trail located near Cedar City, UT that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

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Spectra Point and Rampart Overlook Trails
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Very nice

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Alpine Pond - Lower Loop Trail
by Heather Worthen

22 Completed 1 Reviews

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Spectra Point and Rampart Overlook Trails
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8 Completed 2 Reviews

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Spectra Point Trail
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8 Completed 2 Reviews

Awesome views, alpine surroundings, great temperatures!

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Alpine Pond - Figure 8 Loop
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

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Alpine Pond - Lower Loop Trail
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12 Completed 3 Reviews

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Iron County - Brian Head Peak
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12 Completed 3 Reviews

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Right Fork of Bunker Creek
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12 Completed 3 Reviews

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Dark Hollow - Second Left Hand Canyon
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8 Completed 2 Reviews

This is one of my favorites!! Isnt to technical so you are able to really let the bike go! A must do

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Spectra Point and Rampart Overlook Trails
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43 Completed 36 Reviews

Didn't really intend to hike the whole trail at the time--so glad that we did! My daughter and I started out at the Visitor Center with the intent of going on the Alpine Pond trail. It was our first day in Utah and the 10,000 elevation was like cotton in my ears. The view even at the Visitor Center is absolutely gorgeous. We were just going to go to the first viewpoint and then headed all the way out to the end of the trail. Quite a bit of up and down and into the forest. It was late afternoon and we only encountered two people on the trail. Several animals delighted us--marmots, deer, squirrels. The contrasts of color along the trail was wonderfully appealing as was the beautiful vista! We particularly loved the Bristlecone Pines.