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Hiking

Utah BLM has spectacular hikes of all kinds. From red rock canyons to the peaks in the Henry Mountains you can find a hike that will fit your desire.



Tread Lighly Hiking Brochure

Tread Lightly: A Guide to Responsible Hiking


Cedar City
Details on hiking areas managed by the Cedar City Field Office can be found on their recreation page. The right hand navigation menu lists a couple of their more popular hikes.

Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument
From easy day hikes to rugged multi-day backpacking opportunities GSENM has it all.

Kanab
Explore the narrows of Buckskin Gulch and the Paria Canyon or explore the sand dunes near Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park.

Moab
Moab boasts some of the most beautiful hiking in the country. Popular hikes include the Fisher Towers Trail and the Corona Arch Trail.

Monticello
Details on hiking areas managed by the Monticello Field Office can be found on their recreation page. The right hand navigation menu has information on a number of areas with a variety of hiking trails.

Price
Details on hiking areas managed by the Price Field Office can be found on their recreation page. The right hand navigation menu has information on several areas with outstanding hiking opportunities. 

Richfield
Details on hiking in areas managed by the Richfield Field Office can be found on their recreation page. The right hand navigation menu lists a number of beautiful hiking areas. 

St. George
The St. George Field Office lists information about dozens of hiking trails in the area, including Canaan Mountain and the popular Red Cliffs Recreation Site.

Vernal
Details on hiking in areas managed by the Vernal Field Off can be found through their recreation page. The left hand navigation menu lists a myriad of hikes suitable for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

Lower Calf Creek Falls in Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument

Fisher Towers near Moab

Hiking on Canaan Mountain  near St. George

Hikers enjoying the view of Red Rock Canyon