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Salt Lake's Top Hiking Trails

Salt Lake City’s Cottonwood Canyons deliver the goods all winter and summer too. As the mountain snow melts, locals lace up their trail running shoes and hiking boots. If you plan a visit to this section of Utah during the summer, there are a few trails you shouldn’t miss.


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5 Spectacular Fall Hikes Near Salt Lake City

by Snow Travelista

October 7 2014    0 Comments

These five Salt Lake City hikes offer an especially pretty display of honey gold, green, and rusty red leaves during autumn.

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Salt Lake City Hikes Offering the Best Reward for Little Effort

by Snow Travelista

July 28 2014    0 Comments

Whether you’re short on time, or simply want to enjoy nature without a major workout, these hikes deliver big rewards for little effort.

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Wasatch Wildflowers are in Bloom!

by Snow Travelista

July 22 2014    0 Comments

It never gets old. The contrast of vividly diverse wildflowers set against the backdrop of rugged mountains always enchants me.

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Gearing up for skiing by hiking to Catherines Pass

by Mountain Mama

October 19 2011    0 Comments

Everyone comes to Utah to ski in the winter, but the summers and fall are amazing!! Especially late summer when the snow has finally melted and you can get up to the ridgetops and see the wonderful scenery. Catherines Pass lies between Alta and Brighton and I've done it for years. Now, my daughter Emily joins the tradition...her first pass to 10,500'

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Summer at Canyons and Utah resorts!

by Mountain Mama

August 1 2011    3 Comments

OK, this is a ski blog...but I'm going to say I LOVE summer in the Wasatch. The smells, the flowers, the hiking, the moose. Yes, lots of wildlife spotting here. And...the crowds are down. I'm just going to come out and say it...I love hiking and I'm a much better hiker than skier. I take pride in the 4-10 mile hikes I can do and still be standing at the end. With that said...my kids have become (or are forced) to be great hikers as well.

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