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Hiking & Biking

Spend the summer months hiking and biking the many miles of mountainous trails throughout the town and surrounding area. Discover centuries old lava tubes at Mammoth Caves or breathtaking views all the way to Nevada and Arizona from Brian Head Peak. Mountain Bikers have miles of thrilling downhill trails to enjoy in the seclusion of the surrounding parks.

Bunker Creek

Bunker Creek

Right & Left Fork of Bunker Creek (12 Miles) Mix it up by riding either fork of this famous trail voted by Bicycling magazine`s readers choice top 5 fat tire trails.
Location: Duck Creek / Brian Head area
Phone: 877-632-7007
Toll Free: 877-632-7007
Lowder Pond Loop

Lowder Pond Loop

Lowder Pond Loop (11 Miles) A combination of single and double track will invigorate as you ride through alpine meadows and aspen forests.
Location: Brian Head, UT
Dark Hollow Trail

Dark Hollow Trail

Dark Hollow (13 Miles) Dodging aspen trees like slalom poles as you descend 5,000 vertical feet makes for a screaming fast ride.
Location: Brian Head, UT
Blowhard Mountain

Blowhard Mountain

Blow Hard (10 Miles) Enjoy incredible views of Ashdown Gorge Wilderness Area and Cedar Breaks National Monument while riding this awesome single track trail.
Location: Utah
Navajo Lake Loop

Navajo Lake Loop

Navajo Lake Loop (12 Miles) Perfect for the novice or families with young riders you can meander around scenic Navajo Lake and over a lava field.
Location: Duck Creek Village, UT
Brian Head Peak

Brian Head Peak

Location: Brian Head, UT
Brian Head Mountain Bike Park

Brian Head Mountain Bike Park

Location: 329 UT-143, Brian Head, UT
Phone: 435-677-2035
Hiking Trails Near Panguitch

Hiking Trails Near Panguitch

Location: Panguitch, UT
Goblin Valley State Park

Goblin Valley State Park

Location: Goblin Valley Rd, Green River, UT