Tempi’po’op Trail

Tempi’po’op Trail is an exciting trail to walk, or bike. This trail begins at the Anasazi Valley Trailhead. There is a great view of the valley from off the edge of a cliff and petroglyphs (prehistoric rock carvings) from the ancient Anasazi Indians. It is a very enjoyable walk. It is fairly easy, but is still 3 and a half miles long. The wildlife, carvings, and amazing views are definitely part of what make this trail amazing.


Trail Information:

Trail Designations: Hiking, Biking, Horseback Riding.

Distance: 3.6 miles long

Time: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Difficulty Level: Medium

Facilities: There are parking spots and restrooms at the beginning of the trail.

Cool Things: There are the petroglyphs that are incredible to see, and we saw a roadrunner jump off a cliff and glide down to the valley below us.

Views: You get a great view of the back of Ivins Red Mountain, a view from the edge of the cliff to the valley below, there were petroglyphs and a little bit of wildlife.

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