An easy hike along the Enepitsi Trail in St George, Utah USA.

The Enepitsi Trail is an easy hike along the Santa Clara River, following an old pioneer road (with the option of exploring many ancient petroglyph …

An easy hike along the Enepitsi Trail in St George


Here’s a concise overview of the Enepitsi Trail:

  • Name: Enepitsi Trail
  • Location: Santa Clara River Reserve, near St. George, Utah
  • Distance: Approximately 1.2 miles (round trip)
  • Difficulty Level: Easy
  • Trail Description:
    • The Enepitsi Trail is an old pioneer road that runs along the Santa Clara River.
    • As you walk between the banks of the river and the cliffs of Land Hill, keep a sharp eye out for prehistoric petroglyphs and pioneer graffiti.
    • The lush vegetation near the water adds to the beauty of the walk.
    • The trail is family-friendly and suitable for dogs.
    • Please stay on the 2-track trail, as the surrounding area is private property.
  • Cultural Significance:
    • “Enepitsi” means “ghost” in the Southern Paiute language.
    • Ancestral Puebloans and Southern Paiutes lived in this area and are closely connected to the land.
    • The river corridor, which the Enepitsi Trail follows, was vital to both cultures and is protected as part of the Santa Clara River Reserve.
  • Access:
    • Start at the Tukupetsi trailhead.
    • Follow the dirt single track, then fork left onto an old dirt road leading into the river bottoms.
    • Keep an eye out for petroglyphs along the cliff face.
  • Directions to Trailhead:
    • From St. George, head north on Bluff Street for 2.1 miles.
    • Turn left onto Sunset Blvd and continue 4.5 miles through Santa Clara.
    • As you head up the hill toward Ivins, take the first left.
    • Follow the dirt road to the large parking area for the trailhead.
    • The Tukupetsi Trailhead is across the street from the parking area.

Enjoy exploring this beautiful trail and its rich cultural history! 🌿🌄🚶‍♂️🐾

Source: Conversation with Copilot, 1/6/2024 | Prompted in OZ by Peter H Bloecker, Director Of Studies & retired, not retarded.

(1) Enepitsi Trail | Bureau of Land Management.
(2) Enepitsi (Ghost) Trail – Hike St George.
(3) Enepitsi Trail –
(4) Enepitsi Trail Hiking Guide – Back o’ Beyond.


Traveling from France to the Channel Islands, specifically Jersey, is quite convenient. Here’s what you need to know about the ferry service:

  • Condor Ferries operates the route from St Malo to Jersey, offering a high-speed service. The crossing takes approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes during peak season¹.
  • You can book your trip with confidence as Condor Ferries allows free changes to your booking up to 48 hours before departure, with only the difference in fare to pay¹.
  • The service runs directly on Condor Voyager on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday during peak season¹.
  • If you’re traveling as a foot passenger, check-in will close 60 minutes before your scheduled departure time. For those taking a car, check-in will close 90 minutes before departure¹.

For the most up-to-date information, including timetables and prices, it’s best to visit the official websites or contact the ferry companies directly. Have a pleasant journey to Jersey! 🚢

Source: Conversation with Copilot, 01/06/2024
(1) Ferry St Malo to Jersey | Routes & Prices | Condor Ferries.
(2) Ferries from France to Jersey – Direct Ferries.
(3) Guernsey-Jersey Ferry, Tickets, Schedules | Ferryhopper.
(4) Saint Malo-Jersey Ferry, Tickets, Schedules | Ferryhopper.

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