Tom’s Canyon Trail
Hiking & Horse Trail
Beautiful trail into a box canyon
Come hike or ride your horse to a picnic table.
You are in a true box canyon with weeping rocks at the end.
Directions to Trailhead
Starting at the center of town at the stoplight at Center and Main Street, go north on Main Street. Turn right (east) on 300 North. Go 4 blocks, enter La Estancia subdivision, then turn right at waterwheel. Park along Ladera street as it curves left. The trailhead kiosk is on the south side of the street at the curve.
(Distance to trailhead: 1 mile)
Description of Trail
On the east side of Kanab, Tom’s Canyon Trail offers horseback riders and hikers an easy, pleasant hike through sagebrush, dry ravines, and along the canyon floor. The horse trail ends in a quiet beautiful canyon at a picnic area with hitching posts. A 1/4 mile hiking trail continues (hiking only) to the weeping rocks. This trail is easy and well marked.
Pack it in, pack it out!
Length (round Trip): – 3.0 miles / 4.8 km
Hike Time (round trip): – About 2 hours
Start Elevation: – 5019 ft / 1530 m
Top Elevation: – 5040 ft / 1536 m
Elevation Gain: – Minimal
Trailhead Coordinates (lat/lon): – N 37° 03’ 03.7” W 112°31’ 10.9”
Point of Interest: – Box Canyon
Family Friendly: – Yes
Dog Friendly: – Yes
Equestrian Friendly – Yes
Trailhead Restrooms: – No