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How long is Kolob Canyon Road?

How long is Kolob Canyon Road?

10.4 mile
Kolob Canyon Scenic Drive is a 10.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near New Harmony, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for nature trips and scenic driving and is accessible year-round.

How long is the Kolob Canyon Scenic Drive?

Welcome to Kolob Canyons A five-mile scenic drive along the Kolob Canyons Road allows visitors to view the crimson canyons and gain access to various trails and scenic viewpoints.

What is the longest hike in Zion?

The West Rim Trail
The West Rim Trail. The West Rim Trail is a long distance hike through Zion National Park. With amazing views, very few hikers on the trail, and a chance to walk the length of Zion National Park, this hike rewards your efforts.

Is the road to Kolob Reservoir paved?

Kolob Terrace Scenic Drive It is a paved county road that skirts back and forth through sections of central Zion National Park leading to backcountry trailheads and an overlook located at Lava Point. It eventually becomes a dirt road that continues northward all the way to the outskirts of Cedar City.

Where does the Kolob Terrace trail fork at?

The trail forks at Telephone Canyon, but both trails take you to Cabin Spring. At Cabin Spring, more than 9 miles from Lava Point, hikers can either turn around and hike back, or drop down towards the main Zion Canyon.

Can You Drive to Zion Canyon from Kolob Terrace?

North Guardian Angel (7408′) can be seen behind and to the right of Pine Valley Peak. You cannot drive from the Kolob Terrace to Zion Canyon or to Kolob Canyons. You can however hike from Lava Point into Zion Canyon on the West Rim Trail and you can also hike on a trail to Kolob Canyons.

Are there any hiking trails in the Kolob Canyons?

Large groups (of 12 or more people) can hike on the Timber Creek Overlook Trail and no other trails in the Kolob Canyons area. Description: The Taylor Creek Trail leads hikers deep into a narrow box canyon toward the Double Arch Alcove, where erosion has carved out natural openings in the Navajo sandstone.

How tall is the last terrace on Kolob Mountain?

From here you’ll curve up the road to the last terrace; Kolob Mountain at 8,100 feet elevation. Quite a climb! On Kolob Mountain you’ll pass through Bear Valley and Blue Springs Reservoir.