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Antelope Island State Park, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake, is home to a roaming herd of 500 bison. Pronghorn and bighorn sheep also share the rangelands that overlook the desert lake. Opportunities to view wildlife are available on backcountry trails, which are open to horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing. Please keep in mind that pets on leash are allowed on the island except on the Frary Peak trail. A visitor center offers information on the island's unique biology, geology and history. Please be aware that, during the month of May and part of June (usually until the weather reaches 90 degrees), Antelope Island has biting gnats (or "no see'ums"). Wear a hat or light hoodie and protect your face and neck with bugspray. Insects on the causeway are midges that don't bite, and brine flies along the lake's edge are harmless.

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

A beautiful time of the year to hike this peak. We went late in the day so we hiked it at a pretty quick pace and did it in just about 3 hours. We jogged most the way down because we were racing the darkness. We did have headlamps, but we wanted to try and get down without them. We did see a beautiful heard of big horn sheep near the top. This was an awesome hike with amazing views. Definitely a better hike for spring or fall. There is no cover and summer would be hot. We will do it again.

on Lakeside Trail

hiking
7 days ago

Dogs are allowed on both this and Frairie peak. Cold and windy great hike straight up. Beautiful views.

Great family hike in early Fall. Pretty easy hike with beautiful views especially once you get about a mile out!

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