The Whiptail Trail is a popular route for hikers, bikers, and joggers alike. It is a wide, paved trail that follows the bottom of Snow Canyon State Park, stretching from the Upper Galoot—just a little over half-way between the Cinder Cone Trail and the outskirts of Ivins—to the trailhead on South Tuacahn Parkway. The trail gains just under 500 feet in elevation as it climbs from Ivins, up past the park office and campground, and finally comes to an end at the picnic tables of the Upper Galoot.
West Canyon Road
The longest trail in Snow Canyon State Park, the West Canyon Road is an unpaved maintenance road that runs from just above the Sand Dunes area of the lower park, to the deep, narrow canyons to the west of the main roads. The trail gains 400 feet of elevation along its 4-mile trek up the road, the last mile within the protective walls of the narrow head of Snow Canyon.