Swiftcreek Trail

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Swiftcreek Trail is a 36.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Altonah, 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 September. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

36.1 miles 6919 feet Loop

dog friendly




nature trips






wild flowers

This is a multi-day loop this that starts at the Swift Creek Trailhead covering both the Swift Creek and Yellowstone Drainages. It includes three passes, Bluebell and Tungston and Porcupine. A climb to the top of Wilson Peak which looks down on Redcastle Lake. There are also several cross country portions which shortest the loop (see track)

3 years ago

Hiked to Timothy Lake the first day and explored all the lakes in the drainage.Its a beautiful basin. Climbed Bluebell pass which was very steep with few switchbacks the next day. Camped the next day at Tungston lake above timberline. Climbed Porcupine Pass and Wilson Peak which had great views of Red Castle Lake then camped at Five Point Lake. Explored Doll and Spider lakes and returned the next day to the trailhead. Fun loop

3 years ago