All Sight activities

Looking for something a little different? Pick one of the unique sights in the area. See a historical marker, one of the one-of-a-kind geological formations, petroglyphs hundreds of years old, or perhaps a ghost town or abandoned structure. The area is rich in history ranging from millions of years ago to a time period that some will personally remember - no matter your interests or how far back you want to look, there is lots to learn and see

Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks

 (3.0)

Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks image

These dinosaur tracks are relatively well preserved, and offer a unique glimpse into what was once a wetland inhabited by these ancient creatures. There is a short drive involved on a dirt road to get to the trail to the tracks, and then a short hike of less than half a mile to get to the actual track site. With interpretive signs at the site, it is easy to appreciate the significance of the tracks.


Rating: 3.0
Aerobic Intensity: 2.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 2.0
Distance: 0.3
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place: Warner Valley
Cost: Free

Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks

 (3.0)
Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks image

These dinosaur tracks are relatively well preserved, and offer a unique glimpse into what was once a wetland inhabited by these ancient creatures. There is a short drive involved on a dirt road to get to the trail to the tracks, and then a short hike of less than half a mile to get to the actual track site. With interpretive signs at the site, it is easy to appreciate the significance of the tracks.


Rating: 3.0 Aerobic Intensity: 2.0 Distance: 0.3 Place: Warner Valley
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 2.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: Free

Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat

 (4.0)

Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat image

The Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat are an out-of-the-way, incredible geological feature with views that rival (and maybe even surpass!) Snow Canyon State Park. The cliffs sit at the base of Pine Valley Mountain, at the north end of the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area. Accessible on a well-groomed dirt road and a hike a little over a mile long, this is one activity you won't forget!


Rating: 4.0
Aerobic Intensity: 2.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 2.0
Distance: 1.2
Elevation Range: 100 ft
Place: Red Cliffs
Cost: Free

Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat

 (4.0)
Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat image

The Candy Cliffs at Yant Flat are an out-of-the-way, incredible geological feature with views that rival (and maybe even surpass!) Snow Canyon State Park. The cliffs sit at the base of Pine Valley Mountain, at the north end of the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area. Accessible on a well-groomed dirt road and a hike a little over a mile long, this is one activity you won't forget!


Rating: 4.0 Aerobic Intensity: 2.0 Distance: 1.2 Place: Red Cliffs
Elevation Range: 100 ft Technical Difficulty: 2.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: Free

Virgin River Pump Station (Bloomington)

 (2.0)

Virgin River Pump Station (Bloomington) image

The Virgin River Pump Station is a concrete ruin that was once a structure built to pull water up out of the Virgin River into the surrounding farmland. Once the Bloomington golf course was built, this pump station then supplied water for the golf course until it was abandoned in 1982 as the river changed location over time and using the pump station became infeasible.


Rating: 2.0
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 2.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.1
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place: St. George
Cost: Free

Virgin River Pump Station (Bloomington)

 (2.0)
Virgin River Pump Station (Bloomington) image

The Virgin River Pump Station is a concrete ruin that was once a structure built to pull water up out of the Virgin River into the surrounding farmland. Once the Bloomington golf course was built, this pump station then supplied water for the golf course until it was abandoned in 1982 as the river changed location over time and using the pump station became infeasible.


Rating: 2.0 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.1 Place: St. George
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 2.0 Cost: Free

Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs

 (4.0)

Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs image

Right on the UT-AZ border, this site features a wide range of petroglyphs from different ancient cultures including Western Anasazi, Great Basin, and Lower Colorado River natives. A short trail with some interpretive signs along the way will walk you through the more than 500 different art items, and there is a picnic site and undeveloped outhouse onsite to help you make an afternoon of it.


Rating: 4.0
Aerobic Intensity: 2.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 2.0
Distance: 0.5
Elevation Range: 10 ft
Place: Arizona Strip
Cost: $0.00

Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs

 (4.0)
Little Black Mountain Petroglyphs image

Right on the UT-AZ border, this site features a wide range of petroglyphs from different ancient cultures including Western Anasazi, Great Basin, and Lower Colorado River natives. A short trail with some interpretive signs along the way will walk you through the more than 500 different art items, and there is a picnic site and undeveloped outhouse onsite to help you make an afternoon of it.


Rating: 4.0 Aerobic Intensity: 2.0 Distance: 0.5 Place: Arizona Strip
Elevation Range: 10 ft Technical Difficulty: 2.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: $0.00

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook

 (3.5)

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook image

The view at Cedar Breaks National Monument is nothing short of spectacular. It shares much of the personality of the more famous Bryce Canyon, but is a mere 45 minutes off of I-15. If you can get there in springtime, it also arguably has the best wildflower collection in all of Southern Utah


Rating: 3.5
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 4.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.1
Elevation Range: 0 ft
Place: Cedar Mountain
Cost: $0.00

Point Supreme Scenic Overlook

 (3.5)
Point Supreme Scenic Overlook image

The view at Cedar Breaks National Monument is nothing short of spectacular. It shares much of the personality of the more famous Bryce Canyon, but is a mere 45 minutes off of I-15. If you can get there in springtime, it also arguably has the best wildflower collection in all of Southern Utah


Rating: 3.5 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.1 Place: Cedar Mountain
Elevation Range: 0 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 4.0 Cost: $0.00

Pioneer Names (Snow Canyon)

 (2.0)

Pioneer Names (Snow Canyon) image

The end point of this trail is some "graffiti" left behind by some of the earliest settlers to the area about 100 years ago. Visitors would come to the canyon to see the natural sights, to picnic, and to make their mark on the canyon walls. Visible as part of a short, 1 mile loop or as an even shorter hike of just a few hundred yards, this sight can be seen from the road but is best viewed as closely as you feel comfortable getting.


Rating: 2.0
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 1.1
Elevation Range: 45 ft
Place: Snow Canyon
Cost: $6.00

Pioneer Names (Snow Canyon)

 (2.0)
Pioneer Names (Snow Canyon) image

The end point of this trail is some "graffiti" left behind by some of the earliest settlers to the area about 100 years ago. Visitors would come to the canyon to see the natural sights, to picnic, and to make their mark on the canyon walls. Visible as part of a short, 1 mile loop or as an even shorter hike of just a few hundred yards, this sight can be seen from the road but is best viewed as closely as you feel comfortable getting.


Rating: 2.0 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 1.1 Place: Snow Canyon
Elevation Range: 45 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: $6.00

Sand Dunes (Snow Canyon)

 (3.0)

Sand Dunes (Snow Canyon) image

Southern Utah isn't known for long, expansive beaches or salty waves lapping up against the shore - but if you know where to look there can be plenty of Sand. These sand dunes are inside Snow Canyon State park, and despite a complete lack of ocean they can be a fun place to spend an afternoon as a family.


Rating: 3.0
Aerobic Intensity: 1.0
Scenery: 3.0
Technical Difficulty: 1.0
Distance: 0.1
Elevation Range: 10 ft
Place: Snow Canyon
Cost: $6.00

Sand Dunes (Snow Canyon)

 (3.0)
Sand Dunes (Snow Canyon) image

Southern Utah isn't known for long, expansive beaches or salty waves lapping up against the shore - but if you know where to look there can be plenty of Sand. These sand dunes are inside Snow Canyon State park, and despite a complete lack of ocean they can be a fun place to spend an afternoon as a family.


Rating: 3.0 Aerobic Intensity: 1.0 Distance: 0.1 Place: Snow Canyon
Elevation Range: 10 ft Technical Difficulty: 1.0 Scenery: 3.0 Cost: $6.00

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