Oh, you like hiking?
North Lake Powell is a hiker’s paradise! There are hundreds of trails from 1 hour to overnight camping and backpacking to choose from… dog-friendly, kid-friendly, or try something more difficult by hooking up to The Hayduke Trail! Let Ticaboo Lodge be your compass…you tell us your desires, and we’ll point you in the right direction!
Discover the beauty of rock art – both petroglyphs and pictographs.
Or just walk and explore the amazing hiking trails of North Lake Powell.
North Lake Powell provides easy access to the southern and more remote section of Capital Reef National Park and Glen Canyon NRA hiking destinations!
Mille Craig Bend on the Colorado River
Brimhall Arch in Capital Reef
Approach to Smithfork Canyon
Let Ticaboo Lodge show you Brimhall Arch, a fantastic double arch on a 4.8-mile round-trip hike. Interested in a longer hike? The Hamburger Hoodoos are 9 miles round-trip – both hikes are located in the remote southern Capital Reef section, an easy 30-mile drive from Ticaboo Lodge along The Burr Trail.
Did you know North Lake Powell has its own horseshoe bend along the Colorado River? It’s located at our Hite Outpost location in Cataract Canyon called Mille Craig Bend – no crowds, no tour buses, just a beautiful hike to a gorgeous view of the Colorado River – right here in North Lake Powell!
North Lake Powell is also close to Natural Bridges National Monument – 3 awesome natural bridges to fulfill your hiking agenda!
As if that isn’t enough…
As if that isn’t enough, there are more well preserved ancient ruins in the North Lake Powell area than you can hike to in a lifetime! Come see why this place has been so popular for over 1,000 years!
House on Fire Ruins
Moon House Ruins