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Navajo Lake Loop Trail

The Navajo Lake Loop Trail is a beautiful winding trail that provides great views of the naturally occurring lake formed by ancient lava flows. This 11.5 mile loop trail rides through pine trees and aspen stands and takes you on a lovely winding path through the ancient lava flow at the east end of the lake. This trail is high altitude at 9,000+ ft, hard packed w/ some rocky sections and is rated easy. The trail is open to bicycles, please be alert and courteous when encountering cyclists. There is the option to add another mile if you take the Spruces Trail (when clear of downfall) to the Virgin River Rim Trail for spectacular views of Pink Cliffs and Zion National Park.

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 all the way around to the west end of the lake. The trailhead is located just east of the Te-Ah campground.

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