Pine Valley Mountains

Central, Utah 84722

Pine Valley Mountains

Pine Valley Mountains Professional Review and Guide

"The trail ascends over 1000 feet to Hop Canyon. The canyon opens to a beautiful aspen- and spruce-filled bowl surrounded by rugged rock outcroppings and cliffs. Leaving Hidden Valley, you climb to the highest point along the trail.

It’s a tough 3.5 miles to the trail junction with the Browns Point Trail. Nearing this junction, you reach the trail’s highest point, arriving at the wide, flat top of a ridge. A short 100-yard walk off the trail here yields great views of Zion National Park to the east, Quail Creek Reservoir to the southeast, and Washington and St. George to the southwest."

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Trail Information

Central
Nearby City
17
Distance
5,560 feet
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
2 to 3 days
Duration
July to October
Season
Dixie National Forest, Pine Valley Ranger District
Local Contacts
USGS Signal Peak and Grass Valley; Dixie National Forest - Pine Valley and Cedar City
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Jul 2018