All Peak activities

One of the things that often impress visitors most when they visit from other areas is our mountains. Not only are there mountains and peaks soaring many thousands of feet above our main population areas, but the different ranges represent diverse wildlife, vegetation, and geology. Peak bagging is one of the mess common outdoor activities because of the lack of structure in the form of trails and guides, but this can make it rewarding as well.

Seegmiller Mountain

 (2.0)

Seegmiller Mountain image

Seegmiller mountain is a prominent peak in Mohave County, AZ just across the Utah border. It has a significant radio tower at the top, and with no power to the area it requires trucks regularly driving to the top to keep the generators fueled. This makes the journey very easy, with the top accessible by a high clearance vehicle, or an easy hike.


Rating: 2.0
Aerobic Intensity: 0.0
Scenery: 2.0
Technical Difficulty: 0.0
Distance: 6.1
Elevation Range: 1220 ft
Place: Arizona Strip
Cost: Free

Seegmiller Mountain

 (2.0)
Seegmiller Mountain image

Seegmiller mountain is a prominent peak in Mohave County, AZ just across the Utah border. It has a significant radio tower at the top, and with no power to the area it requires trucks regularly driving to the top to keep the generators fueled. This makes the journey very easy, with the top accessible by a high clearance vehicle, or an easy hike.


Rating: 2.0 Aerobic Intensity: 0.0 Distance: 6.1 Place: Arizona Strip
Elevation Range: 1220 ft Technical Difficulty: 0.0 Scenery: 2.0 Cost: Free

Brian Head Peak

 (3.5)

Brian Head Peak image

Brian Head Peak sits at 11,312 feet, and is the highest point in both Iron County and southwestern Utah. The peak can be driven to during the summer, and the local ski resort can drop you off for a back-country ski run during winter. The town of Brian head as well as the Brian Head ski resort sit at the base of the peak.


Rating: 3.5
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.0
Elevation Range: 11307 ft
Place: Cedar Mountain
Cost: $0.00

Brian Head Peak

 (3.5)
Brian Head Peak image

Brian Head Peak sits at 11,312 feet, and is the highest point in both Iron County and southwestern Utah. The peak can be driven to during the summer, and the local ski resort can drop you off for a back-country ski run during winter. The town of Brian head as well as the Brian Head ski resort sit at the base of the peak.


Rating: 3.5 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.0 Place: Cedar Mountain
Elevation Range: 11307 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: $0.00

Webb Hill

 (4.1)

Webb Hill image

One of the most distinctive peaks within St George, Webb hill can be seen from most of the city by looking south for the hill with all the TV towers on it. The hike can be completed up and back in about 30 minutes if you park at the gate, or about an hour if you park at the bottom of the hill. Of course, spending some time at the top of the peak for lunch or a snack is recommended. Characterized by great views of the city and the surrounding area, this is one of those hikes that everybody has seen but not many people have done.


Rating: 4.1
Aerobic Intensity: 3.5
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.5
Distance: 2.0
Elevation Range: 760 ft
Place: St. George
Cost: Free

Webb Hill

 (4.1)
Webb Hill image

One of the most distinctive peaks within St George, Webb hill can be seen from most of the city by looking south for the hill with all the TV towers on it. The hike can be completed up and back in about 30 minutes if you park at the gate, or about an hour if you park at the bottom of the hill. Of course, spending some time at the top of the peak for lunch or a snack is recommended. Characterized by great views of the city and the surrounding area, this is one of those hikes that everybody has seen but not many people have done.


Rating: 4.1 Aerobic Intensity: 3.5 Distance: 2.0 Place: St. George
Elevation Range: 760 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.5 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: Free

Shinob Kibe

 (3.5)

Shinob Kibe image

A quick trail that can be knocked out up and back in an hour, Shinob Kibe is a quick hike through the boulder-filled side of a local butte. It starts out right outside a residential neighborhood in Washington and terminates at the top right next to a 60 foot long concrete arrow on the ground, a relic of one of the earliest forms of arial navigation.


Rating: 3.5
Aerobic Intensity: 3.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 3.0
Distance: 0.8
Elevation Range: 593 ft
Place: Washington
Cost: $0.00

Shinob Kibe

 (3.5)
Shinob Kibe image

A quick trail that can be knocked out up and back in an hour, Shinob Kibe is a quick hike through the boulder-filled side of a local butte. It starts out right outside a residential neighborhood in Washington and terminates at the top right next to a 60 foot long concrete arrow on the ground, a relic of one of the earliest forms of arial navigation.


Rating: 3.5 Aerobic Intensity: 3.0 Distance: 0.8 Place: Washington
Elevation Range: 593 ft Technical Difficulty: 3.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: $0.00

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