If you like hiking you must know that St George is a mecca for this outdoor activity. We want to recommend 4 hikes/trails you can do while you stay in Coral Canyon Resort.
Paradise Rim Trail
If you’re planning to do a hike with your family or a group of friends this trail is a good choice because it’s an easy one. The distance is just 3.6 miles and you will enjoy the incredible views of mountains and wildflowers.
Paradise Rim Trail is one of the most popular hikes for any guest at our southern Utah resorts because it has many activities and you can visit it year-around.
Snow Canyon State Park Petroglyphs Trail
This trail is a little bit longer than the Paradise Rim Trail at 5 miles but we promise it’ll be worth it because it leads to these amazing ancient petroglyphs. You’ll be able to observe 4 different petroglyph spots on this hike.
The Petroglyph Trail begins outside of the park in a neighborhood off UT-18 and 4200 N. and takes you south toward the park’s border.
Kanarra Creek Trail
The Kanarra Creek Trail is located in Kanarraville and is 4.2 miles long. We would recommend this trail to anybody (although it’s not as easy as the other trails) because it has 2 beautiful waterfalls.
The first waterfall is located next to a tree. It’s relatively easy to climb the tree to the top of the waterfall. The second waterfall has a rope that allows hikers to climb above, it might look difficult to climb but is not. You can enjoy a lot of activities in the park and are open all year round. If you like adventures and a little exercise this will be the perfect trail for you.
The Subway Trail has the longest distance between 9 to 9.5 miles and is an intense challenge for all of the serious hikers out there. This trail is located in Zion National Park. We recommend that you begin the hike at the Wildcat Trailhead.
Just to remind you, some of the holes are deep and sometimes it is required to swim in cold water. Another important thing you should consider is that you must have a permit to hike this canyon; you can obtain it at any Visitor Center.
If you are visiting St George you should take a look at these trails and choose the right one for you and your family and friends. If you want a place to relax after you’ve enjoyed one of these hikes, please contact us and we’ll get you all setup.