Hikes located in the Hurricane, Utah area.
The Warner Valley Dinosaur Tracks are some of the most impressive in the area! There are at least three different types of dinosaur tracks evident in the rock strata. According to the archeologists who have studied the area, there are over 400 fossilized tracks! Not only is this a fun and easy hike with great historical value, but the area is shockingly beautiful! On your drive you will pass flaming red mountains and colorful clay filled rolling hills. The tracks are just a short walk from the parking lot! The trail heads up a small rise and then drops into a dry wash. The dry wash leads down to the dino tracks!
Toquerville Falls is an oasis in the desert that is best found by truck, SUV, or ATV. The road is rough, but well worth the trip. The views are spectacular on the drive, and the waterfalls are great to look at and play in. The area is clean and great for families. This is not much of a hike, but by request and because of the popularity of the location, I decided to put up an official post about it. You won’t be sorry you made the trip!
Map to Trailhead. From St George, head north on I-15 for about 20 miles and take exit 27 to Toquerville UT-17 S/UT-228. Head south for 2.6 miles and take a left onto Spring Dr. Follow Spring Dr for 3.6 miles and the road will fork – take the right fork and continue for about 2 miles and you will turn off the road to the right and head over to the falls (you will have seen them by now).