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Best trails in Fishlake National Forest

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Looking for a great trail in Fishlake National Forest, Utah? AllTrails has 23 great hiking trails, trail running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 12 moderate trails in Fishlake National Forest ranging from 1 to 149.6 miles and from 5,849 to 12,162 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Bullion Falls
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 2 mi • Est. 1 h 7 m
Trailhead starts across the cedar bridge at Miners Park. There's a 60 foot waterfall at the end, plus another waterfall on your left halfway up the trail. The road leading to the trail is full of rocks. When you reach the sign for Miners park the trail is on the right.Show more
#2 - Delano Peak
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 3 mi • Est. 2 h 19 m
This trail is still closed to ATVS however hikers are still able to access it. Tallest mountain in the Tushar Mountains, Beaver and Piute Counties. This is a relatively easy hike considering how tall it is. The Tushar Mountains are the third tallest group of mountains in Utah. Upon seeing some of the other majestic peaks, one would want to climb those. In comparison to Belknap and Baldy, Delano is a giant heap of rock, with no craggy features like some of its neighbors. The benefit is that Delano is a gentle slope, making this somewhat of a stroll, and not a grueling pursuit. This is a good mountain for various skill levels and ages, and it is a highpoint for the mountains and for two Utah counties. Another benefit is great views of incredible looking mountains that are not too far from Delano. Getting to the top is simply a matter of following the grassy slope that lies between Griffith Creek and Poison Creek. Once you reach the summit, there is a summit cairn, and a mailbox.Show more
#3 - Fish Lake Loop
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 16.2 mi • Est. 7 h 48 m
#4 - Sunglow Trail
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 1 mi • Est. 33 m
If you are staying in the Sunglow Campground, this hike is a must. Takes less than an hour and is fun for the whole family. A bit of scrambling over or around rocks is required, but nothing too difficult. Best part is at the end of the hike you get to see a tree growing out of a rock!Show more
#5 - Fish Lake Hightop
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 9.5 mi • Est. 5 h 38 m
Fish Lake Hightop rises above Fish Lake, and on the west-northwest wall of this plateau sits the high point at 11,633 feet. To the north, Mt. Nebo can be seen on a clear day. The Tuschar mountains, with dominant peaks Mounts Belknap and Baldy, are southwest. Mountain bikers, hikers, and equestrians make Fish Lake Hightop their domain. Managed like a wilderness area, motorized vehicles are forbidden in this high country.Show more
#6 - Skyline National Recreation Trail to Blue Lake
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 13 mi • Est. 7 h 31 m
#7 - Paiute OHV Trail
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 149.6 mi
The Cottonwood Loop ride begins from Marysvale City Park. First, head up the north slope of Cottonwood Canyon. There are spectacular views from 10,000+ feet, including a secluded waterfall. Then head down into on to Miner’s Park, a restored mining district, with walking tours and restrooms, old mining camps and operations. After that, a beautiful drive down Bullion Ave then back out at Hwy 89, cross the hwy and back to Marysvale. The next part which is called The Couples' Special ride begins at the Marysvale City Park. Go north on #02 to Trail 24 and then on #22 to #74 took us to Hoover’s Café. The route then takes you up beautiful Deer Creek Canyon along trail #74 to the main Paiute #01 trail, then down into a steep descent where we saw the devastation of last year's fires. Grab lunch at Rose Ranch, across from the Fremont Indian Park, where you can see ancient petroglyphs and pictographs carved/painted into the cliff faces. The ride then doubles back along the #01 and back down into Marysvale.Show more
#8 - Mount Holly Trail
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 3 h 32 m
The Skyline Trail system is an incredible system which criss-crosses the high elevation of peaks in the area with maintained trails. Be aware of the fact this hike starts above the 10,000 foot elevation level. You can expect to be winded often, but if any unexplained headaches occur, seek lower elevation immediately. The trail climbs quickly and soon emerges onto a grass covered hillside offering stunning views south and west. Continue east until a high ridge line is reached, here the trail splits, with one trail heading down the ridge line and the main trail (trail 225) loops back along the hillside toward a gully. Stunning views north give you a beautiful view of Delano Peak. Snow still lingers in the shaded areas along the high elevations, but green grass and wild flowers are in bloom along the water filled wash. Stopping at this point, it is possible to make out the trail leading up the wash to the east. Skirting around a pocket of tall pines. This is the direction of travel. Note visually about where this trail and the current trail 225 intersect. There is no hard trail intersection or trail cairn marking the junction. If you get to the second and much larger stream crossing (and pine trees) you have gone to far. Leaving trail 225 hike for a short time through the grass valley before picking up the trail again. The trail hits and misses but is generally easy to follow toward the ridge line leading off of Delano Peak. The trail continues around the head of the creek and turns directly east once again, and finally the summit of Mount Holly comes into view. The summit of Mount Holly is a highpoint along the ridge line of rocks. A summit cairn exists. Beautiful views north of Delano Peak, East Delano Peak and Brigham-Delano Ridge peak are to be seen from the shear drop that exists on the northern face of Mount Holly. To the left (west) of Delano Peak, a stunning shot of Mount Baldy occupies the skyline. Summit views east highlight green valleys and storm clouds.Show more
#9 - Bullion Canyon Trail
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 3 h 6 m
As of June 2020, roads leading to the trailhead may be closed. It is best to check with the park before visiting. An ATV and hiking trail. The ATV trail only goes for about .9 miles. The mouth of Utah's "Canyon of Gold" stretches before you. From at least 1865, flecks of gold in the creek and veins of gold inside her walls have drawn the hopeful to this canyon by the thousands. For the next 1-2 hours, this guide will introduce you to the life and times of the miners of Bullion Canyon. Numbers in this guide correspond to numbered posts found along the next 2.5 miles of this road. The road is rough in spots but is passable by most two-wheel drive vehicles. Be sure to stop by the mining town on the far side of the bridge! HELP PRESERVE OUR HERITAGE, DO NOT COLLECT ARTIFACTS OR DEFACE BUILDINGS.Show more
#10 - Mine Camp Peak Trail
Fishlake National Forest
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 1 h 52 m
Tallest mountain in the Pavant Range. A nice easy walk along the road from where you park below White Pine Peak. You need to leave the road at the sign post, and cross the saddle that connects Mine Camp to White Pine. Short walk to the summit.Show more
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