Strawberry Point

Cedar City, Utah (Kane County)
Last Updated: 02/24/2018
5/5 (1 review)
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Status: Open
Difficulty: 1-1
Length: 8.9 miles
Highest Elevation: 8916 feet
Duration: About 30 minutes
Shape of Trail: Out & Back
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Cedar City
Nearest Town w/ Services: Cedar City
Official Road Name: 58
Management Agency: Dixie National Forest
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Highlight: Strawberry Point

The amazing views at Strawberry Point make this a wonderful trail. The views are similar to what you would see at Cedar Breaks National Monument. Make sure to bring your camera to capture sights and even bring lunch for a picnic.


Route Information

Technical Rating: (1-1)

Graded dirt road. Dry, or less than 3" water crossing depth. Gentle grades. 2WD under all conditions except snow. No width problems, two vehicles wide.

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The trail is hard packed dirt and very easy to follow. It does not require 4wd or a high clearance vehicle. The trail is part of the Markagunt OHV System. This trail involves primary route 5-Strawberry Loop and route 58-Strawberry Point. For more information and a map see the links below. Information ==> Map ==>


1. Trailhead

Turn south onto a dirt road from Highway 14. A dirt parking lot is on the right side of the dirt road. At the parking lot, there is a sign with trail information and a map.

2. Meadow (2 mi)

Continue straight on the main trail.

3. Meadow Continues (4.6 mi)

Continue straight on the main trail.

4. Virgin River Rim Hiking Trail (5.8 mi)

Continue straight on the main trail. At this point, the Virgin River Rim hiking trail crosses the road. This nearly 30-mile long trail connects the Strawberry Point Overlook to Wood's Ranch in Cedar Canyon and provides incredible views of the Virgin River, Navajo Lake, and even Zion National Park in the distance.

5. Intersection - Strawberry Ridge (8 mi)

Continue straight on the main trail. A left here is route 61-Strawberry Ridge of the Markagunt OHV system.

6. Fork - Stay Right (8.7 mi)

Take a right at the fork following the One Way sign direction.

7. Parking for Strawberry Point (8.8 mi)

Here is the parking lot for Strawberry Point. To see Strawberry Point you'll need to park your car and hike about 100 yards.

8. End (8.9 mi)

Here is the end of the one-way loop that started at Waypoint #6. Follow the same trail back to the trailhead.

Directions to Trailhead

Trailhead Coordinates: 37.503830, -112.625060
From the intersection of Highway 14 & Movie Ranch Road in Duck Creek Village - Head east on UT-14 for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto FSR 058/Strawberry Point Rd.


There isn't any camping available along Forest Road 058. There is dispersed camping along other connecting Forest Roads such as Forest Road 059.
Camping: Strawberry Point

Writer Information

Jason T.

Technology Developer - Colorado
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Trail Reviews (2)

Status: Open
Offroaded on:
Strawberry Point Trail is a really short and easy trial that leads to an unbelievably beautiful view. You can see the north rim of The Grand Canyon as well as the mountains of Zion Canyon. When you park, there is a little trail that leads you out to the lookout spot. If you hike out all the way on the rocks, you can see the geological survey benchmark. When you're driving to the trail, you will reach a fork that has a sign that says "Strawberry Ridge" with an arrow pointing left. DO NOT GO LEFT if you want to go to Strawberry Point. The arrow takes you to a different trail called Strawberry Ridge. This is a long, moderately difficult trail that takes you back to the highway. I did this trail, too, and it was fun, but does not take you to the lookout spot.

Author: Official Crew
Status: Open
Offroaded on:
In my opinion the views at Strawberry Point are better than Cedar Breaks National Monument. The trail is really easy to follow from highway 14 to the top.