Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Lat/Lon: 38.80490°N / 111.96555°W
County: Sevier
Activities: Hiking
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Elevation: 6432 ft / 1960 m


Venice Peak is located on the east side of Sevier Valley above the small town of Venice and is well-known for the prominent white "V" on its southwest flank. Though it is considered a foothill, it has a prominence of over 600 feet.
Summit Sheep
Summit Sheep

Getting There

From the town of Venice, travel east 1.1 miles and turn north on North Black Knoll Road. Drive 1.8 miles and take a right (east) on a dirt road and drive up this as far as your vehicle can take you. There is a portion of the road that is washed out and likely impassable. Start your hike here.


From the end of the road (as allowed by your vehicle), start on foot traveling south on the slopes of the northern flank. There are no significant obstacles though there is no trail. 

Round-trip Distance: 1.36 miles
Elevation Gain: 853 feet

Red Tape

The peak is on BLM-managed lands. None.

When to Climb



There are no camping areas in the immediate vicinity.