Wild Rhubarb

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West Canyon Road

Spring has arrived!   The wildflowers know. One of the first large “showy” plants is Wild Rhubarb.  It doesn’t last for long, so keep your eyes on the look out.  West Canyon Road often has some good patches of the Wild Rhubarb that is easy to spot, but you will find it in other places of the park as well.  Check out our wildflower pages to learn more, click Wildflowers



To learn about the park you may want to view our past presentations that are available on YouTube. A list and access information is available below. Check out our geologist president, George Otott’s geology NOTES to learn about the fantastic geology in Snow Canyon. To learn about the history of Snow Canyon and Southern Utah check out Josey Gardner’s presentation, link below. 

Friends of Snow Canyon offers many walks, talks and hikes for members – check this page often to see what is coming!


Snow Canyon State Park offers talks and hikes that are open to the public. To obtain additional information about the park we suggest going to the Utah State Parks website.



New!  Learn about the human history of Snow Canyon and Southwestern Utah! Click HERE  Read about the indigenous history going back some 12,000 years, including the history of the pioneer  settlement.  Learn too about the history of Hollywood in Snow Canyon as well as the conservation of Snow Canyon. Written by Josey Gardner, former Park Ranger.


Videos of our online presentations are now available for your viewing at your convenience. View recordings of our educational presentations now on YouTube. No password is needed and you can view in the YouTube app on your phone, computer or television. To view a list of available videos on the Friends of Snow Canyon YouTube channel CLICK HERE.


Want to learn more about the geology of Snow Canyon?! You will find these NOTES from geologist George Otott most informative. You might also want to check out the NOTES from recent hike and presentation by George Otott that includes questions and answers that you may have always wanted to ask.