Jenny's Canyon

St. George, UT
Length: 0.50 mi.
Type: Out & Back

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This is a short trail on the side of the road at the south end of Snow Canyon. Perfect trail for an early walker with a well marked sand path, no elevation gain and a fun slot canyon that will keep you cool on warm days.

Add a little distance to the trail by going up to the view point which is to the right and up a short steep hill when you arrive to the slot entrance. As you walk into the slot listen for crows and look for

The slot canyon has all kind of fun climbing areas for little kids and pockets in the rocks to hide in. Kids will enjoy the tall walls and how the shade of the slot canyon really is incredibly cool and a blazing hot day.

If you have a kid who hates shoes, this is a trail you can let them run barefoot on. It’s sandy the whole way into the slot. Also consider doing this hike on a windy day because you will be protected once you enter into the slot canyon.

Photos: Diane Main / @wanderingmomtog

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Trail Features

Surface type Dirt
Stroller friendly No
ADA accessible No
Water fountains No
Bathrooms No
Cell reception Spotty
Pet friendly No
Nearby convenience store No
Camping Nearby No
Emergency support
within 5 miles

Trail highlights

Natural Play Area, Shaded Hike, and Viewpoint

Playing in the crevices inside the slot canyon is one of the best parts of this trail. Look for lizards and tarantulas on this trail. Beautiful cacti line the trail as well. This is excellent slot canyon training for little kids to get them used to the concept of canyons and canyoneering. Very easy for all ages and no elevation gain so grandparents can do this one too.

Fee & Parking Details

Fee : $7.00

There is a daily pass or a Utah Park pass will get you in for free. There are only a handful of parking spots at this hike so if they are full drive up the road and park on the left at the sand dunes.

Trail Contributor

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Shanti Hodges is the Founder of Hike it Baby. Shanti started the organization in Portland, OR in 2013 so she could find friends to hike with. It quickly caught on locally and people started contacting her to help develop hike communities that were baby and toddler focused in other cities. To further support her mission to get families outside, Shanti wrote a book “Hike it Baby: 100 Awesome Outdoor Adventures with Babies and Toddlers.” She is committed to getting local and national parks to be more aware of how they can better support families with babies and newly walking children. Shanti lives in Southern Utah with her husband and son. In her spare time she’s a hike guide and hosts women’s hike retreats

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