The trailhead for The Toadstools is located between Kanab, UT, and Page, AZ. It’s about 45 miles away from Kanab and 30 miles from Page. The trailhead is marked but can be easily passed since most people are zooming down the highway.
Trailhead Coordinates: 37.1025731,-111.8741036
When you arrive, there is a small parking lot and admission is free. There is a sign and trail register at the start as well.
Toadstool Trail is relatively easy and is roughly 1.5 miles out and back. It follows a wash with some uneven footing, but it’s dog and family-friendly. Once you come out of the wash you’ll see the main Toadstool Hoodoos in front of you. Keep note of where you came from so that you follow the correct wash back to the parking lot.
Once you reach the main, large red Toadstool, you’ll be in a small canyon. There are other smaller toadstools and rock features about 100 meters northeast of the main one and another grouping 0.15 miles west.
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During our short getaway, we stayed at The Advenire Hotel, Greater Zion’s first-ever luxury boutique hotel. Located in St. George’s Historic District, it’s a great home base to explore the area.
It was perfect for our style of travel, catering to outdoor enthusiasts who also want to wind down in luxury.
After a long day of exploring, we could come back to relax and find a spot to have dinner within walking distance (plus they have a bar and restaurant inside).
As you enter, you’re greeted with a stunning lobby and view of the bar. The rooms were comfortable and pet-friendly, so we got to bring our boys with us. Check out the hotel and book your stay here.
We’re so lucky to call Utah our greater backyard. Many of Utah’s national parks are only a few hours from us. We may not own property here, but we spent a lot of time in Utah when we lived in an Airstream too.
The landscapes feel out of this world, and I hope this bucket list will inspire you to explore more of Utah.