The Living Room Trail is a 2.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Salt Lake City, UT that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Did an early morning hike 11/18 with traces of snow in shady areas. It is short but pretty much straight uphill. As a visiting hiker from the east coast, the altitude affected me more than I expected. Take breaks when needed if you're not used to the altitude, you'll get there. And the view from the seats up top are beautiful. Love that it is so close to SLC - no need to drive forever for a good hike. Thanks UT!
Pretty and easy hike. I would say the only thing that makes it a moderate hike is that there is no shade on the way up. Perfect spot for sunrise and sunsets, and you can take your dogs.
Great hike up to the living room with hubby and pooches, worth the heart rate acceleration. Will do it again to watch sun set...
great views above SLC
Awesome hike and trail was well groomed. Lots of hikers but not too crowded. Beautiful views of the valley. Cute 80 year old couple at the top... wow!
Five stars for what it is, a near city hike to gorgeous views. The hike itself was three stars. We continued the hike to Red Butte, this added an extra mile up, but we'll worth it for the canyon view on the opposite side.
Short hike. It was pretty. I think the views all depend on the amount of clouds and how clear the sky is. I would go again on a more clear day.
This is a trail that is up hill the entire way. But when you get to the top, the views are worth it. There are little stone sections at the top in the shape of chairs you can sit on and enjoy the sunset. It is a very popular trail and lots of people enjoy this one. Lots of dogs, too. Definitely recommend!
Fun hike! Trailhead was a little hard to find, but anyone you pass by can tell you where it is. Great view! Check out the Red Butte and Mount Wire trail that extends from this one if you're looking for a longer hike after you make it to the living room!
It was just really hard. I took my 5 year old. Luckily she loved it. Me. Not so much. Lol.