Happy Trails and Happy Tails

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21 Jun 2021

Happy Trails and Happy Tails

When planning your vacation to Cedar City it’s always important to ensure that every member of the family has a great experience, and that includes pets!

Check out the list of pet friendly trails in the area below ↓

Thor’s Hideout Trail

The Thor’s Hideout Trail has some unique rock formations and views along the way. All with a side of that iconic southern Utah red rock. Start the 3.6 mile trail by winding through switchbacks with sweeping views of the surrounding recreation area.

Aspen Mirror Trail

This 1 mile trail brings you to Aspen Mirror Lake, near the adorable mountain town of Duck Creek. This is the perfect lake to take your dog for a scenic stroll and enjoy the beautiful aspen trees surrounding the lake.

LOCAL TIP: With towering aspens and pines, Aspen Mirror is a spectacular destination in the fall!

Hidden Haven Trail

This 1-mile trail twists through woods crosses a footbridge and climbs a talus slope to Hidden Haven Falls above Parowan Canyon. A beautiful trail through Parowan Canyon, this trail is best hiked spring through fall.

Lichen It Trail

The views of Cedar City are priceless on this easy 6.6 mile trail, as it heads northeast up the face of the mountain! Turn around once you’ve reached the Upper Lava Flow trail.
This trail is shared with mountain bikers, so please use caution in sharing the trail.

Coal Creek Walking Trail

This 3.4 mile paved walking trail meanders along the banks of Coal Creek with close-up views of the Cedar City’s vibrant backdrop, the red hill. This trail has drinking fountains, exercise stations, historical monuments, and benches along the way to make it a relaxing activity for all.

Bristlecone Pine Trail

This trail is 1 mile out and back over some easy terrain, ending at an observation deck with a close-up view of ancient Bristlecone Pines and a view of Zion National Park in the distance.

LOCAL TIP: At high elevations, the Bristlecone Pine Trail stays cooler during the summer, but it’s covered in snow during the winter months. Plan your visit for summer or fall for the best time to hike this trail.