Red Knoll Loop OHV Trail
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That being said, this is a ride for desert lovers. It’s a lot of juniper, pinyons, sagebrush and sand to look at. The trail does follow the boundary of the Parunuweap Canyon Wilderness Study Area so there are some opportunities to explore on foot but you will need to walk beyond the pinyons to see anything.
The Red Knoll Loop OHV Trail is off the main road heading toward Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, a short way off Highway 89. The trail is 30 miles and took us three hours to ride. Add in some time for exploring and you’ll have yourself a solid half-day ride.
Kanab and nearby Mt. Carmel Junction offer lodging, restaurants and supplies for your trip and serve as a good basecamp unless you choose to camp at Coral Pink State Park. Keep an eye on this area of the state because the opportunities for recreation are going to continue to expand as Kane County and private partners work together on the East Zion Initiative.
We recommend to download the GAIA App on your mobile device.
You can view and download the route from GAIA as well as see photos with their location geotagged on the trail.
360 Street View
Click “View 360 Map” to explore the trail in Google Street View and “See the Trail Before You Ride the Trail.”
The GPX or KML files are available for you to download and use on your preferred app or device.
Within our Key Points you will discover trail head parking, trail markers, points of interests, intersections as well as terrain and obstacles.