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Best Trails of Utah

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#1. The Narrows of Zion Canyon
A day hike (for the truly hardcore) or backpack town the North Fork of the Virgin River through The Narrows. Possibly the best-known hike in Zion National Park, this wading route follows the Virgin Ri...
From the guidebook "Hiking Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks"
Hiking Trails
Springdale, UT - Hiking - 15.4 miles


#2. Angels Landing
A day hike to the summit of Angels Landing. This trail provides a spectacular day trip for well-conditioned hikers who have no fear of heights. It receives heavy use, so chances for solitude are slim....
From the guidebook "Hiking Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks"
Hiking Trails
Springdale, UT - Hiking - 4.4 miles


#3. Telluride to Moab Hut to Hut
Riders taking part in the San Juan Hut System’s Telluride to Moab bicycle tour are in for an epic adventure. Expect to be treated to the 14,000-foot, snow-capped peaks of the San Juans, the 100-mile-l...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Colorado"
Hiking Trails
Telluride, CO - Mountain Biking - 201 miles


#4. High Uintas Trek
For a serious backpacking trip into the heart of the High Uintas and awe-inspiring alpine scenery, this is the hike. ...
From the guidebook "100 Hikes in Utah"
Hiking Trails
Kamas, UT - Hiking - 54 miles


#5. Albion Meadows Trail
The Albion Meadows Trail, near Alta Ski Area, is one of the most spectacular hikes your family can take during the hiking season. Vibrant colors fill the gentle meadows in summer, making for one of th...
From the guidebook "Best Easy Day Hikes: Salt Lake City"
Hiking Trails
Alta, UT - Hiking - 2 miles


#6. Hurricane Wash to Coyote Gulch
One of the finest, and most popular, backpacks in the Escalante canyons, leading through a memorable Navajo Sandstone canyon in Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument and Glen Canyon National R...
From the guidebook "Hiking Grand Staircase-Escalante & the Glen Canyon Region"
Hiking Trails
Escalante, UT - Hiking - 26.6 miles


#7. Buckskin Gulch
Buckskin Gulch is arguably the premier set of narrows in the United States. The gulch is long and deep, leaving few opportunities to get out. Ensure a dry weather forecast before entering and contact ...
From the guidebook "100 Hikes in Utah"
Hiking Trails
Kanab, UT - Hiking - 23 miles


#8. Mount Timpanogos
Mount Timpanogos (pronounced Timp-an-oh-gus) looms large, dominating the eastern skyline of Utah Valley. At the base of the final ridge the Timpanooke Trail joins in from the right (north), then the t...
From the guidebook "100 Hikes in Utah"
Hiking Trails
Orem, UT - Hiking - 16.6 miles


#9. Kings Peak
The numerous lakes here are great for fishing and camping, and the area is heavily used. At Anderson Pass you leave the trail and begin the climb to the highest point in the state at 13,528 feet. The ...
From the guidebook "100 Hikes in Utah"
Hiking Trails
Mountain View, UT - Hiking - 28 miles


#10. Lake Powell - Forgotten Canyon Trip
If you’ve ever wanted to paddle in the red-rock country, Lake Powell is the place to do it. Vertical cliffs of red sandstone form much of the shoreline. You will see river-cut cliffs rising hundreds o...
From the guidebook "Adventure Kayaking: Inland Waters of the Western United States"
Hiking Trails
Mexican Hat, UT - Flatwater Paddling & Canoeing - 26 miles


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