Regional discussion and conditions reports for the great state of Utah, from the alpine peaks to the desert slots. Please post partners requests and trip plans here or in the Utah Climbing Partners section.
Bob's Law: The rationality of a person is inversely proportional to the number of political and religious bumper stickers on his car. Around bumper-sticker warriors, smile, speak calmly, and get the hell away as fast as possible.
I'd do Navajo Knobs + Hickman Bridge, then check out the pioneer register down past the end of the scenic drive (probably catch a glimpse of the many big horn sheep in the area, too), then finish up with a quick hike to Cassidy Arch when the sun was going down. Dinner at either Cafe Diablo or the Rim Rock (excellent views). If you find yourself in the Boulder area at the end of the day (for example, if you drove up from hikes in the fold area, like Upper Muley Twist), Hell's Backbone Grill can't be beat. I know you didn't ask for eateries, but that meal & refreshment at the end of the day is a major part of my hiking experience.