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Red Mountain Trail  (St. George)
The Red Mountain Trail is 11 miles north of St. George, opposite the small town of Diamond Valley. This is not a casual-riding trail. It's one of the meanest, roughest little trails in the St. George area -- a brutally rough climb up rock ledges. Only the strong and skilled need apply. Past the ridgeline (2.7 miles), the trail enters the Red Mountain Wilderness Study Area, west of the cliffs above Snow Canyon. Do NOT go beyond the ridge.
Trail Notes:
0.0  Straight through the cattle guard
       N 37 16.787' W 113 39.168' Alt 4700
       Multiple forks, keep straight
0.2  Trail on R of circle
1.1  Trail levels off, intermittent sand
2.0  Sandy area
2.5  Stiff climb, switchback
2.7  Ridgetop, trail forks and descends
       N 37 15.436' W 113 40.425' Alt 5150
       Red Mountain Wilderness Study Area
       Stop here at ridgetop!
Getting there:  Drive north on Bluff Street in St. George. As you go straight through the Snow Canyon Parkway intersection, zero your odometer. Drive past Snow Canyon. Pass a cinder cone, Diamond Valley, and another cinder cone on your right. 11.2 miles from the stop light, spot a small dirt road and primitive parking on your left at GPS N 37 16.787' W 113 39.168'.

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Trail conditions change. Use this trail guide at your own risk.