Cannonville, UT Trails and Parks

Cannonville has 17 trails in the vicinity, including 10 hiking trails and 4 for off-highway drives. These trails range from 2 to 62 miles in length. The most popular trails are Hackberry Canyon, Cottonwood Canyon Road Drive and Willis Creek Narrows. Trails.com member Phil M. recently completed Tropic Reservoir.
  • Cottonwood Canyon Narrows

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    Cannonville, UT

    Cottonwood Creek, an often-dry stream course, has, over the ages, carved a long, deep, and winding canyon through the steeply tilted rock beds of The Cockscomb, ranging from the shadowed confines ...
    •  2 hours
    •  3.0 miles
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    Cottonwood Creek, an often-dry stream course, has, over the ages, carved a long, deep, and winding canyon through the steeply ...

  • Bryce Canyon National Park Area Campgrounds

    1 Reviews

    Cannonville, UT

    Bryce Canyon is certainly one of Utah's finest national parks. Here you’ll find a fairyland of fun, a potpourri offering a remarkable display of fascinating orange, red, and pink hoodoos, and ...
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    Bryce Canyon is certainly one of Utah's finest national parks. Here you’ll find a fairyland of fun, a potpourri offering ...

  • Cottonwood Canyon Road Drive

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    Cannonville, UT

    This tour is a rainbow-hued geologic showcase that includes Kodachrome Basin State Park, Grosvenor Arch (a rare double arch), and Cottonwood Canyon, along the Cockscomb, a skywardthrusting, sawtoothed ...
    •  Easy
    •  2 hours
    •  46 miles
    •  Guide

    This tour is a rainbow-hued geologic showcase that includes Kodachrome Basin State Park, Grosvenor Arch (a rare double arch), ...

  • Cottonwood Canyon Road

    1 Reviews

    Cannonville, UT

    Cottonwood Canyon Road is a backcountry byway, one of the dirt roads that slant down through the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument. Unlike most of the other roads that cross the monument ...
    •  Easy
    •  2.5 hours
    •  37.1 miles
    •  Guide

    Cottonwood Canyon Road is a backcountry byway, one of the dirt roads that slant down through the Grand Staircase–Escalante ...

  • Utah Highway 12 Scenic Byway: Section 1 - Red Canyon to Escalante

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    Cannonville, UT

    A 62-mile high plateau and canyon drive, featuring the redrock country of the Paunsaugunt Plateau and the high desert canyonlands south of the Aquarius Plateau. The most scenic highway in a state ...
    •  62 miles
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    A 62-mile high plateau and canyon drive, featuring the redrock country of the Paunsaugunt Plateau and the high desert canyonlands ...

  • Panorama Trail

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    Cannonville, UT

    This four-mile combination ride (two-mile out-and-back connecting to a two-mile loop) is a real kick. It makes a great way to start or end the day when you’re camping at the Kodachrome Basin ...
    •  4 miles
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    This four-mile combination ride (two-mile out-and-back connecting to a two-mile loop) is a real kick. It makes a great way ...

  • Hackberry Canyon

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    Cannonville, UT

    A two- or three-day backpack in the Paria-Hackberry Wilderness Study Area in the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument. Hackberry is a highly scenic canyon with numerous side canyons to ...
    •  Two to three days
    •  21 miles
    •  Guide

    A two- or three-day backpack in the Paria-Hackberry Wilderness Study Area in the Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument. ...

  • Lick Wash to No Mans Mesa

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    Cannonville, UT

    Ranging in elevation from 6,600 feet to 7,222 feet, the gently rolling surface of No Mans Mesa encompasses 1,788 acres of pristine relict vegetation virtually untouched by human hands. No Mans ...
    •  6-7 hours
    •  12.0 miles
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    Ranging in elevation from 6,600 feet to 7,222 feet, the gently rolling surface of No Mans Mesa encompasses 1,788 acres of ...

  • Lick Wash

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    Cannonville, UT

    Lick Wash is one of many largely unknown, uncelebrated canyons carved into the remote White Cliffs of the Grand Staircase in southern Utah. What Lick Wash lacks in notoriety is compensated for ...
    •  4 hours
    •  8.0 miles
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    Lick Wash is one of many largely unknown, uncelebrated canyons carved into the remote White Cliffs of the Grand Staircase ...

  • Willis Creek Narrows

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    Cannonville, UT

    On this fine short hike, there is no particular destination other than the narrows of Willis Creek. Go as far as you wish; you will find the best narrows along the first 1.3 miles. Where the ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  4.8 miles
    •  Guide

    On this fine short hike, there is no particular destination other than the narrows of Willis Creek. Go as far as you wish; ...

  • Yellow Rock / The Box of the Paria River

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    Cannonville, UT

    This premier day hike follows two such long-abandoned stock trails and an interesting cross-country route across the mesa. Among the mouth of Cottonwood Creek Wash, Hackberry Canyon, and The ...
    •  4-5 hours
    •  6.8 miles
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    This premier day hike follows two such long-abandoned stock trails and an interesting cross-country route across the mesa. ...

  • Kodachrome Basin State Park - Panorama Trail

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    Cannonville, UT

    Kodachrome Basin State Park, a 2,240-acre preserve southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park, is a place of vivid colors and dramatic landforms. Punctuated by the white chimneys of sand pipes, ...
    •  3-3.5 hours
    •  5.4 miles
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    Kodachrome Basin State Park, a 2,240-acre preserve southeast of Bryce Canyon National Park, is a place of vivid colors and ...

  • Hackberry Canyon Trail

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    Cannonville, UT

    The Hackberry Canyon hike is well suited to those backpackers who enjoy remote areas with lots of solitude. It is in a rugged part of the state, between the Kaiparowits Plateau and the Vermilion ...
    •  11 hours
    •  19.6 miles
    •  Guide

    The Hackberry Canyon hike is well suited to those backpackers who enjoy remote areas with lots of solitude. It is in a rugged ...

  • Pink Cliffs Drive

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    Cannonville, UT

    Located West of Bryce Canyon National Park, along the East Fork of the Sevier River.The brilliant pink cliffs you will see are much like the famous ones in the Bryce Canyon National Park but ...
    •  Easy to Moderate
    •  3 hours
    •  56 miles
    •  Guide

    Located West of Bryce Canyon National Park, along the East Fork of the Sevier River.The brilliant pink cliffs you will see ...

  • Mud Spring Canyon and The Blues WSAs Trails

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    Cannonville, UT

    Most visitors to the Grand Staircase– Escalante National Monument don’t realize that Mud Spring Canyon and The Blues are part of the monument and are wilderness study areas. Mud Spring Canyon ...
    •  2 miles
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    Most visitors to the Grand Staircase– Escalante National Monument don’t realize that Mud Spring Canyon and The Blues are ...

  • Tropic Reservoir

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    Cannonville, UT

    Just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park, Tropic shares the beauty the national park is known for. Fishing is best with traditional trout baits fished on the bottom. Fishing Index: Fishing ...
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    Just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park, Tropic shares the beauty the national park is known for. Fishing is best with ...

  • Skutumpah Road

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    Cannonville, UT

    This trail offers the opportunity to combine a very scenic, easy drive with some short, rewarding hikes into pretty canyon narrows. The graded road first travels along a ridge, giving good views ...
    •  Easy
    •  2.5 hours
    •  31.1 miles
    •  Guide

    This trail offers the opportunity to combine a very scenic, easy drive with some short, rewarding hikes into pretty canyon ...