Navajo Lake Loop Trail #32022


The Navajo Lake Loop Trail is a winding trail that follows along the side of the lake on the north side and provides views of the lake from above on the south side. Hike the Navajo Lake Trail as a long loop (11.5 miles) or in shorter sections. The north side of the lake provides great views of this naturally occurring lake while hiking through beautiful, open aspen stands. This trail is an easy hike. The trail is open to bicycles and equestrians, so please use proper trail etiquette.

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At a Glance

Restrictions: The entire Navajo Lake basin is closed to any and all ATV use. ATV's may be hauled into and out of the campgrounds on a trailer but not unloaded or ridden anywhere within the Navajo Lake basin.
Closest Towns: Cedar City, Utah; Duck Creek, Utah
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: Directions from Cedar City -Take Highway 14 east, turn right 0.5 miles after mile marker 25 at the Navajo Lake junction (FS road #30053). Follow this road to the west end of the lake. The trailhead is located just east of the Te-Ah campground.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
11.5 miles

  Latitude : 
37.53

  Longitude : 
-112.809