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Allie Lowe
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Hiking

The absolute most amazing hike, we loved it so much!! Beautiful panoramic views at the top. BUT I LOST MY KEYS!!!!!!! There is a Nissan key fob and three house keys attached. Please comment here if you found/find them and I will find a way to contact you!! Thank you SO much I’m advance!!!!!

Abigail Cox
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Hiking

We did this hike on July 1st. We used the app to give us directions to the trailhead, which led us to private property with many “Do Not Enter” signs. Rather than using the directions provided by the app, use google to search Schoolhouse Springs Trailhead. That is the best place to park and start the hike. It was a great day of hiking, really challenging and beautiful to the lake. We tried to ascend the peak of Big Horn and would strongly discourage anyone from trying this unless they are very comfortable with bouldering. There is a trail with cairns to the top of the hill above the lake, at which point the trail disappears and you’re on your own to make it from there to the summit. We made it super close to the top, but ultimately decided to turn back for safety reasons.

Sarah Condon
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Amazing trail! For sure now one of my favorites and will be going back. The hike to the summit wasn’t too bad. We started around 6:15 and ended at 1 with a 30 minutes break up top. Parking lot was full at 6am, so get there early. A ton of people while hiking down. Trail can get a bit confusing so make sure you are following the right trail. We went on the wrong trail at least four different times. Mosquitoes!! A lot of them but if you keep on walking you are fine. We also saw about three different groups of who had camped near the lake.

Colby Robison
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Running

This trail is the best. Make sure to carry your friends down when they break their ankles. #chan #hikingislife

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Faith Bolin
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HikingMuddyRocky
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Patrick Bolin
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Hiking

Beautiful. It’s 10 miles up and back

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Oliver Oelsner
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Stephanie B.
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HikingBugsMuddy
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Robyn Sneyd Jensen
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HikingBugs

So beautiful! Early morning is so quiet and peaceful ! Lots of bugs Got into the lakes! Super cold but refreshing!

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Colby Abrams
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Great Hike to a beautiful lake. This is one of my favorites in the Salt Lake area. Trail is well maintained. Bring a Hammock for the lake once you get to the top!

Gene Cressler
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Hiking

I’ve done a lot of hikes in my life; including a few 14ers. I’m by no means a skilled hiker/mountaineer, but I do have some experience. I’d rank this hike as one of the tougher ones in my life. First, if you have polls, I 100% recommend taking them. I would have really struggled without them. Once you pass the lower bell canyon falls, you continue up towards the upper falls. What surprised me most about this hike is that there are falls almost the entire way up. At least 6 more. For that alone, this is a must hike. I’ll definitely go back again just to spend more time at those upper falls. The last two miles is essentially a 2000 ft vertical climb. A killer. I never lost the trail, but there is a boulder field where you could lose the trail easily. I recommend staying to the left side, and then crossing the boulders at the line of cairns. Same on the way back... cross at the cairns and this time hug the right side. The upper reservoir itself was underwhelming to me, but the peaks surrounding the reservoir make it postcard pretty. I took lots of breaks and drank a ton of water. Spent some time also at some of the falls as well as a good half hour taking in the sights at the top. Feel pretty accomplished to have done this. Can’t wait to go back up again and chill at some of the upper falls.

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Justyn Gourdin
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Hiking

I would recommend this hike for anyone who can handle a pretty good climb up. its beautiful and while the trailheads were very busy, the lakes were empty! Really beautiful hike.

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Sam Graff
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Running

I did this along with Red Pine Lake and it was great, this trail was mostly covered and very pretty all the way. I really liked it because it was way less crowded then the Red Pine Lake trail, I only saw 2 other groups along the whole thing.

Skyler Venz
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HikingBugs
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Milli M.
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HikingRocky

Took me just under 5 hours of hiking with a 30ish minute break at the lake. Not as hard as I expected. Loved every minute of it. Start early!!! The parking lot fills up quick. I arrived before 7am and it was almost full.

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Rebecca Harrison
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HikingBugs

We backpacked in. Left thursday around 4:30pm and came home on Friday around noon-ish. Thursday evening, we didn't encounter huge amounts of people. At the Red Pine/Maybird Gulch turnoff, from that point up to Maybird we saw no one the rest of the evening. We camped before getting to the gulch. Friday morning, we saw 3 groups of people first thing in the morning (starting at 5am to 10am), otherwise it was quiet. The amount of people we encountered heading down around noon-ish increased as we got closer to the parking lot. I would avoid the middle of the day, stick to late evening or early morning and weekdays if you want to avoid a lot of people. Part of the trail has been rerouted, which makes it easier to navigate those area's. The mosquitos were out in full force, remember the bug spray.

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Crysta W
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Hiking

If you can survive the Disney Land crowds past the first few miles you’ll be ok. The beginning is packed with tourists, large families and slow moving groups ..... not my favorite for a hike. Even the creeks were full of groups with coolers and kids swimming. If you’re a hard core hiker try a harder trail so you lose the people. If you have patience for the meandering mobs and trash left on the trail this is the perfect trail for you!

Parker Sellers
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Jaymie Christensen
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HikingMuddyRocky

7/9/2020 Perfect morning. The trailhead Parking was completely packed by 6:55am on a Thursday morning. Hardly anyone on the trail to White Pine though. So many different Wild flowers and they are incredible right now. The lake was so pretty! I hiked around the lake. The trail ends counter clockwise and not much of a trail all around. I ended up boulder hopping to protect the land. The trail had some muddy sections with water running through. Rocky trail makes it slower to run.

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