Owl Wash Hike

More than 2,000 years ago, American Indian families inhabited this area. Their sources of water, called a draw, have since dried up, but fortunately for us they left behind many symbols and designs signifying their presence, called petroglyphs. While exploring the draw, you will find century old Pioneer signatures among all the petroglyphs.

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate – Advanced

TOTAL DISTANCE: 1 – 2 miles depending on how high you want to go

DURATION: 2.5 - 3 hour trip if departing from Cedar City and 4 - 4.5 hour trip if departing from St. George

Cougar Cave

This exclusive pictograph experience requires only a short 1/4 mile hike. Cougar Cave contains numerous pictographs where Native Americans once painted along the walls of the overhanging cave. It’s a shorty but a goodie! 

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate

TOTAL DISTANCE: Half Mile

DURATION: 2 - 2.5 hour trip if departing from Cedar City and 4 - 4.5 hour trip if departing from St. George

Little Black Mountain

With about 500 designs, this Petroglyph site is said to represent 8,000 years of native habitation and use, from several different American Indian groups. A Wheelchair accessible, half-mile trail, provides easy access to petroglyph viewing areas and platforms.

This is a great family tour!

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Easy-Moderate

TOTAL DISTANCE: Half Mile

DURATION: 3.5 – 4 hour trip if departing from Cedar City and 2 – 2.5 hour trip if departing from St. George

Anasazi Art Hike

The Anasazi Valley Trailhead is about 3.5 miles of moderate hiking due to the amount of climb involved and some rugged portions of trail. Along the way you will see a prehistoric farmstead located near the trail. This trail traverses Land Hill, which was used by the Southern Paiute and Pueblo people. Spectacular scenery at the top include: Snow Canyon State Park, the Red Mountains, and Santa Clara River.

 

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Moderate

TOTAL DISTANCE: 3.5 miles

DURATION: 3 - 3.5 hour trip if departing from Cedar City and 2.5 - 3 hour trip if departing from St. George

Freemont Indian Park 

This state park is incredible! Its location is home to the largest community of Fremont Indians ever discovered. Full of Indian artifacts, educational films, hands-on activities, petroglyphs, pictographs, and more, makes this a perfect family adventure! Plus, you don't want to miss out on the short walk to '100 Hands Cave'!

DURATION: Half day or Full day options available.

DIFFICULTY: Easy- Moderate