Snowbird Ridge Twin Peaks Trail is a 8.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sandy, Utah that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
Peruvian Ridge Trail offers scenic views of Little Cottonwood Canyon into Gad Valley, Peruvian Gulch and Salt Lake Valley. Trail head begins at Snowbird center and is free to hike. Once you make it to Hidden Peak you can catch the Tram down.
It seems like the majority of these reviewers went to Hidden Peak, but I went up to the Twin Peaks. The trail leading to hidden peak was great with plenty of good views. However the trail leading to the twin peaks was difficult to see and extremely treacherous if you use the ridge trail (I do not advise this one as there is loose rock everywhere and the sides are shear). There's another trail on the backside of the peaks but you have to drop a lot of elevation and then climb up some steep switchbacks. This trail is easier to follow and much less treacherous but about 2 miles longer. The peaks were nice but definitely a strenuous hike.
almost challenging!! lake was beautiful
Wow!!! Kicked my ass but well worth it. Kid friendly but bring food and lots of water.
Loved this hike, wonderful views! It was overcast and raining but the fall colors were gorgeous and temperature just right!
Fun hike, very pretty views of Little Cottonwood and the Snowbird Resort. We even saw 2 moose along the way.