The City of Rocks National Reserve is easily one of southern Idaho’s most accessible adventures. Journey here and check out towering granite pinnacles, fins, and domes stretched out over 14,407 acres of pure Idaho wilderness. Climbers trek here from around the world to scale rock climbing routes. You’ll also find amazing trails here for hiking, mountain biking and bird watching opportunities. There’s a good variety of trails for hikers of all skill levels, and many of the trails intersect around the central area of the granite formations known as the Inner City. Some of the most popular routes are Bath Rock, Creekside Towers, South Fork Circle Creek, and Window Arch trails.

Things To Know

  • Over 22 miles of hiking trails varying from easy to steep and strenuous.
  • Hiking during the winter and early spring may be difficult if trails are saturated with rain or snow.
  • Pick up a trail map at the Visitor Center to help you plan.
  • During the summer remember to take plenty of water to keep hydrated.
  • Don't forget a camera.