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Recommended Users: Equestrians, Hikers, Mountain Bikers. Singletrack trail. 0.3 miles in length. Difficulty: Easy/Easiest. Een’oog means “old ones” in Southern Paiute. The Een’oog Trail follows the rim of the geographic formation known as Land Hill. The Santa Clara/Land Hill ACEC area was heavily…

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Location

Een'oog Trail is located in Utah

Directions

Tukupetsi Trailhead – From St. George, travel north on Bluff Street. Turn left on Sunset Blvd. Continue on Sunset Blvd as it turns into Santa Clara Drive. Continue 0.5 miles past the Jacob Hamblin Home and turn left onto a gravel road that leads to the Tukupetsi Trailhead.

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37.1374072 N
113.67712628 W

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About This Campground

Recommended Users: Equestrians, Hikers, Mountain Bikers. Singletrack trail. 0.3 miles in length. Difficulty: Easy/Easiest. Een’oog means “old ones” in Southern Paiute. The Een’oog Trail follows the rim of the geographic formation known as Land Hill. The Santa Clara/Land Hill ACEC area was heavily used by both the Ancestral Puebloans and Southern Paiute. Numerous petroglyphs from the “old ones” are accessible for viewing from this trail. Once the trail passes the intersection with the U’waiv Trail (heading west), the Een’oog Trail becomes narrow and rocky, and has some exposure along the rim that may make it unsuitable for young children.

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