Explore the Lava Flow Trail of Snow Canyon State Park

Tom’s experience hiking the Lava Flow Trail:

The Lava Flow Trail in Snow Canyon State Park is a fun trail that leads to a beautiful overlook of the canyon.Lava Flow Trail St George

There are a few lava tubes along the way that you can get into and explore if you have headlamps.

Lava Flow Trail Snow Canyon

The trail is 2.5 miles round trip. Dogs are not allowed off of paved trails in Snow Canyon State Park.

Tom’s Rating:

Trail Info: The trailhead starts right next to the road. As you enter the park there is a nominal park fee. They should give you a map. The trailhead is about in the middle of Snow Canyon State Park.

GPS:

Lava Flow Trail: 37.223349,-113.642492

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Hike the easy and short Pioneer Names trail for a blast from the past

Tom’s experience hiking to The Pioneer Names Trail:

The Pioneer Names Trail is about 1/2 mile long in Snow Canyon State Park.

Snow Canyon Pioneer Names

It takes you along some of the sandstone walls along a sandy trail.

Pioneer Names Hike

Near the north end of the trail there are some pioneer names that have been etched into the sandstone.

Pioneer Names Snow Canyon

Dogs are not allowed on any unpaved trails in Snow Canyon State Park.

Tom’s Rating:

Trail Info: The trailhead starts right next to the road. As you enter the park there is a nominal park fee. They should give you a map. The trailhead is close to the south entrance at the bottom of Snow Canyon State Park.

GPS:

Pioneer Names Trailhead: 37.195972,-113.645452

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