If you visit Southern Utah, you’ll find it is filled with beautiful state parks where there are all kinds of outdoor activities going on such as hiking, camping, canyoneering, mountain biking, and much more. However, if you’re looking for the best hiking trails to be explored, we’d love to recommend you 5 slot canyons in St George that you must visit.
What Are The Best The Slot Canyons in St George
1. Jenny’s Canyon Trail
If you’re a new hiker or if you’re traveling with your family and want to visit one of the easiest yet one of the most fascinating slot canyons in St George, you must definitely try out Jenny’s Canyon.
This one is located in the Snow Canyon State Park. It isn’t a particularly deep canyon, and it has a lot of crevices and caves to explore, kids will love it!
2. Yankee Doodle Hollow
If you want to visit a canyon slot but don’t have enough time or energy to travel the distance to visit the most popular ones, well… the Yankee Doodle Hollow hike might be the best choice given its near location but very interesting places.
It’s located in Zion National Park and has a distance of 1 mile. If you stop to take photos and spend some time enjoy the interesting rock formations and the shapes they carve into the earth, a quick trip would still only take between 2-3 hours.
3. Orderville Canyon
It has become one of the most popular canyons for its moderate difficulty. While traversing it, you’ll be able to find chockstones and natural pools filled with water. Mind the deep water!
It is located at Zion National Park and has a length of 11 miles. At the lower part of this canyon, you’ll find the most impressive segment filled with waterfalls, natural pools, and huge chockstones.
4. St. George Narrows at Pioneer Park
Are you looking for a hike that is easy to do, especially if you’re traveling with kids?
Well, George Narrows is the right choice because it has a lot of slot canyons that will make a short family adventure.
It’s located at St George Pioneer Park and will take you 1 or 2 hours to finish but you can stay as long as you want.
5. Battle Creek Canyon
This is a private canyon which means that you might have to spend some extra money but it’ll be worth it. It’s recommended if you like some hiking adventure. Besides the canyon slots, you’ll be able to find some incredible natural pools and different types of flowers.
If you want to do some hiking trails but don’t have enough information, you can read more on our blog.
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