Hiking

Get physically, mentally, and emotionally energized and escape from daily stresses to a quiet area where you can enjoy the beauty and serenity of nature.

Hiking increases fitness and creativity

Hiking offers many physical and mental perks, and hitting the trail works out your brain as much as it does your body. If you’re looking for a creative boost, look no further than the closest trail. Research has shown that spending time outdoors increases attention spans and creative problem solving skills by as much as 50 percent. In addition to this, hiking is a great way to get a serious workout without putting too much pressure on your joints.

Trails for everyone

Hiking can be done year round. While winter can be a little icy at times and one has to be a bit more careful, it offers more comfortable mid-day temperatures. The National Parks are wonderful during the winter months and allow you to enjoy its wonders without the heavy summertime crowds. For more information or to book your next excursion, contact our Adventure Concierge at 435-259-4642 or adventures@sorrelriver.com.

Sorrel Ridge

Open only to guests of Sorrel River Ranch, this is an excellent way to start the day. This hike is complimentary at regularly scheduled times. At the peak, you will enjoy 360-degree views of the Colorado River Corridor.

Rubik’s Cube

This trail follows the Stearns Creek Wash from Sorrel River Ranch to the hills southeast. Be sure to look for the ancient petroglyphs that the ancestral Puebloans carved some 800 years ago.

Fisher Towers

A fun family hike that wanders through the bizarre geological formations of Fisher Towers. There is a small ladder you must be able to climb to finish the trail.

Mary Jane Canyon

This is a great hike during the hot summer months in Moab. The trail follows the canyon stream for about 5 miles, ending at a beautiful waterfall.

Bill Canyon

This hiking-only trail winds through the canyon along a beautiful stream to Morning Glory Natural Bridge, the sixth largest natural bridge in the United States.