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    Keith Griffall added Maybird Hike

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    Keith Griffall completed Mormon Pioneer Trail

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    Keith Griffall added Mormon Trail

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    Keith Griffall completed Millsite Plateau Trail Loop

    about 1 year ago

    Keith Griffall updated Millsite Plateau Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Keith Griffall added Millsite res Utah

    over 1 year ago

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    Keith Griffall completed Lake Blanche Trail

    over 1 year ago

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    Keith Griffall added Little Water

    almost 2 years ago

    Keith Griffall updated Naomi Peak Trail

    almost 2 years ago

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    Keith Griffall reviewed Beartrap Fork Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    this was a fun trip and I enjoyed the hiking at the first mile is pretty easy through Forest and Aspen Grove. the Second Mile and got progressively steeper and the last quarter mile was pretty steep. the view from the top is really nice looks out over the Salt Lake Valley to the Solitude ski resort and down to Desolation Lake. not too many bugs some wildflowers with lots of bees. The best part was we only saw three other people the entire day good hike but they take some time and is fairly difficult if you're not used to hiking at this altitude.

    Keith Griffall reviewed Beartrap Fork Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    You access the trail by parking on the side of the road about a half mile above spruces campground. No markings but there is a closed gate on the north side that leads to an old road which you walk up until you see the trail. This is a really nice trail through evergreen forest and aspen groves. The first mile is pretty easy but it gets steeper as you go. The second mile and half get progressively steeper and the last quarter mile is a bit of a climb through a wide open meadow. It meets up with a single track bike trail called the Wasatch Crest trail and you definitely need to walk up to the small knob off to the west so you can see down to desolation lake. The views are wonderful and a great place to lunch. This is a longer hike than the 4.2 miles it says on the description. I used two GPS trackers and one had 6.1 miles and the other had 5.7 miles. You can see the my track somewhere on here. Great views, no people ( we only saw three), and beautiful groves and meadows along the way. Worth the effort but not a good one if you don't hike very often.

    Keith Griffall completed Beartrap Fork Trail

    almost 2 years ago