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Black and white layers of lava rock, red sandstone, colorful desert plants, petroglyphs and volcanic remnants that shaped the canyon combine to create a landscape of undeniable beauty. Hikes of all levels offer a chance to see the wonders up close. The Hidden Piñon Trail is a 1.5 mile self-guided hike that meanders through lava rocks, canyons, flatlands and spectacular views. The 2-mile Butterfly Trail travels to the park’s lava tubes and offers options to differ the length or challenge of this hike with alternate routes. No visit to the park is complete without a stop at Panorama Point. To reach the park from St. George, head north on UT-18. For a short scenic loop, head south on UT-300, and then come back towards St. George.
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