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My husband and I hiked this trail on March 24. It's pretty steep the first mile or so, then levels off. There's a stream that accompanies the trail for the first quarter mile or so..... it was super pretty surrounded by the green moss this time of year. It was lightly raining when we started, and some type of precipitation remained on and off for the rest of the hike. The ground also had variability... we encountered mud, snow, and ice. It was never so bad that we needed to put on our spikes, but we were glad we had them just in case.

Due to the weather, we were almost totally alone on the trail. Although it wasn't the "ideal" hiking day, we still enjoyed this hike!

Camping under mount Magog in the wildflowers was awesome! The lake is pretty neat and we saw some deer at dusk. Lots of good campsites, had no trouble finding one in July.

Went to this cave with my friend with a tour guide. The wait was horrible but it is definitely well kept. the stairs we're also very slippery so you'll definitely have to be careful, but other than that you'll definitely enjoy it.

I thought this trail lead straight to the waterfalls. Maybe I missed it but I lost the trail (or came to the end?) and ended up just walking up the steep road by the huge rock pile to get to the falls basically at the end of the road. The trail is beautiful. It follows the river most the way, good tree coverage, and some cool mossy rocks. If hiking beware of mountain bikers. Bikers please be aware of hikers and let them know you are coming if you are behind them! There is a lot of target practice going on, and as mentioned before, the trail is right by the road. So if it's serenity you seek, seek somewhere else.
You can drive up to the falls too. High clearance is better obviously for those few bumpy spots, but we made it in a Ford Focus. I also saw a couple Honda's up there too.

off road driving
5 months ago

Like most trails in Utah this starts as a week maintained dirt road and eventually turns into a really nice mix of rocky, rutted, and muddy trail. Some places you have to back up if you meet another vehicle but its not bad.

I have been hiking this with my kids for the last 3 years (they are 9 and 10 now) it is so worth the hike and it's a pretty easy hard with only part of it being intense.

The beginning is a little dull but the higher you go the better it gets. The beaver dams are great but the best part is after. If you do anything off trail it’s closer to 6 miles.

The bridge to the sawmill is broken and we didn’t try to cross it. (This is at the very end of the trail).

Our rating would be moderate.

Awesome afternoon drive. Lots of cool colors up there today when I went up!

hiking
6 months ago

I drive up to Tony Grove to backpack this trail every fall. It's a beautiful drive and a very easy hike. If you get here at the right time, the aspens are all yellow and look outstanding! Descending down to the lake is fun and there are quite a few spots to camp.

hiking
7 months ago

Perfect moderation. And the road was amazing up to the trailhead so my old car didn't have a problem.

hiking
7 months ago

Love this trail.

Started from the trailhead near Cherry Peak Resort.

This hike had enough variance over the 5.4 miles that you don't feel like you are hiking the same thing for more than a mile. Expect to see Shady Wooded areas, Grassy Ridges, Rocky Passes, Mountain meadows, and butterflies, birds and squirrels along the way.

It got cold towards the top and in the ravine near the river. I would not be surprised to have seen snow a little later in the year here. There is a lot of sun exposure on this trail as well. So equally plan your layers for hot and cold protection. We hiked early morning and it was very nice weather but the sunrise glare was terrible - pack sunglasses. on the way down I was glad to have sunblock and a cooling bandanna.

This trail has a few good rest spots but the last mile they are scarce and the trail gets thin.

Also expect to run into horses and horse poop. On the flip side this trail is dog friendly.

There are a lot of patches of loose rock on the trail and really steep switchbacks and saddles. I would recommend very good hiking shoes with good grip and if you have weak ankles or knees some trekking poles/stick. also clip your toenails, the down grade is steep.

I'd plan first aid around trail slips, twisted/rolled ankles, and falling on loose rock.

Parts of the river were dry in late August Early Sept. If you bring a water filter and are relying on it - check on the water runoff or bring backup. Also bring purification because of animals and farm area.

An easy, beautiful hike!

hiking
7 months ago

I love this hike. It's easily packable but I always do it in a day. There are some fun features like springs, a river and then a beautiful view. Definitely one of my favorite hikes especially because the snow doesn't keep me from hiking here!

hiking
7 months ago

Fun trail, nicely laid out. A bit rocky in some places. Great views. Only negative is the amount of horse poop. So watch your step.

hiking
7 months ago

loved this beautiful hike. some bikers, couple horses but mostly back packers. parking lot gets busy but beautiful lake and hike.

A must see, so much beauty. Wear a sweater or light jacket inside is very cold.

Defiantly easy hike but a long one. I suggest spring or fall since the shade is limited. Wear good shoes you'll be walking on lots of little rocks. Bring lots of water and watch for bikes.

Took the horses last fall, the leaves were stunning. It's a good trail for the horses. The last little bit going down to the lake are some switchbacks where we ran into some tight passing with hikers. I'm looking forward to going again and maybe trying to access from Franklin Basin.

backpacking
8 months ago

This is a really easy hike. It's slightly over 5 miles one way and offers spectacular views. We drove up from SLC and backpacked here overnight. The parking lot says it's for day use, but we paid for a "day use" spot and dropped the money in the box at the campground around the corner. We hung the receipt in the car and didn't have any problems. As far as the tree, I'm not sure how you could think it's unimpressive because it is absolutely magnificent!!! The contorted branches, the surrounding scenery, and the fact that life still flows through it. Sit on the bench and soak it in.

This was a very beautiful hike. It's been on my list for several months now. lots of scenic wildflowers and nature. On the down side, it was extremely busy with people hiking, horseback riding, and biking. There were those that left there animal waste on the trail.

hiking
8 months ago

I hike this trail every fall, and am always blown away by the view and colors.

Good hike when lower elevation is in a heat wave, although not shaded most of the trail. Watch out for cows! The bridge nearing the sawmill was broken, but you can still walk across if you are careful.

backpacking
8 months ago

Such a beautiful hike with wildflowers everywhere! We back-packed later in the afternoon and it wasn't busy at all. The next day we hiked out around noon and there were tons of people hiking in, plus it was extremely hot! I do suggest either hiking in the early morning or later in the day to avoid congestion on the trail and to not sweat to death.

on White Pine Lake Trail

hiking
8 months ago

Mostly exposed to the sun, so can get hot and sunburn. Elevation change is modest. There are a couple of meadows along the way, which are full of wild flowers in the summer. The lake is pretty and rewarding.

Can get really crowded.

We love this hike and have done it several times. Expect snow in early June, we lost the trail under snow a couple times before when in snow. so beautiful and peaceful.

hiking
9 months ago

Great hike, saw a moose. Plan on paying $6 for parking

This hike is beautiful.

Good hike for a nice Saturday. Start early to avoid crowds and bring sunscreen to avoid looking like a lobster.

Loved the meadows filled with wildflowers.

backpacking
9 months ago

A beautiful hike filled with rolling hills, aspen groves, jaw dropping cliffs, wildflowers, streams, and alpine lakes.

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