Hiking & Horse Trail
Spectacular Washes and Ravines
Explore southern Utah’s high desert,
vertical cliffs, beautiful colors and plant life.
Directions to Trailhead (Distance to trailhead: 3.8 miles)
Starting at the center of town, at the stoplight at Center and Main Street, go east on Hwy 89 then continue south on 89A (toward Fredonia). Turn right on Kanab Creek Drive. Go about 2 miles, then turn right (West) on Stanfield Dr. The trailhead is up the hill and at the end of Stanfield Rd.
Description of Trail
The trailhead parking area is large (holding several horse trailers) and below the concrete water storage tank.
A scenic picnic area and fire pit is accessed on the north end of the parking area. This trail offers beautiful panorama views in all directions. The trail is an easy to moderate hike and ideal for horseback rides. The trail crosses several ravines and washes and you can ride as far as you want Return to the trailhead using the same trail.
Pack it in, pack it out!
Length (round trip): – 6 miles / 9.7 km
Hike Time (round trip): – About 4 hours
Start Elevation: – 5040 ft / 1536 m
Top Elevation: – 5190 ft / 1582 m
Elevation Gain: – 150 ft / 46 m
Trailhead – Coordinates (lat/lon): – N 37° 03’ 34.9” W 112° 30’ 25.2”
Point of Interest: – Remote beauty and picnic area.
Family Friendly: – Yes
Dog Friendly – Yes
Equestrian Friendly: – Yes
Trailhead Restrooms: – No