Over 650 acres to explore and 12 official trails to hike. And those are just the ones in the park.
Others connect at the top of Burma Road just to the northeast of the park on BLM land.
Hikers of all levels can find a path that suits them.
We’ve divided the hiking trail system into two buckets. A set of trails before crossing the river, and after you cross.
From there you can explore the individual hiking trail pages to get the details. You’ll not only get an idea of what you’ll see, but the level of difficulty to expect.
And if words don’t do it for you, take the virtual tour before you go hiking on each trail page.
Know how many miles you want to hike? Check out the self-guided “trail tours.”
We’ve calculated your mileage round trip on these hiking trail packages so you can pick what you’d like to do with the time you have to explore.
Here’s a map for all the hiking trails once you leave Smith Rock State Park.
Bringing your pet? No problem. Just observe the leash laws and everyone can enjoy your pet while hiking on the trails too.
And if you want to explore other pet-friendly trails in the state here you go.