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Best trails in Lone Peak Wilderness

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Looking for a great trail in Lone Peak Wilderness, Utah? AllTrails has 27 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. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 18 hard trails in Lone Peak Wilderness ranging from 3.6 to 16.7 miles and from 4,776 to 11,322 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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#1 - Red Pine Lake Trail
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 8.6 mi • Est. 4 h 2 m
#2 - Silver Lake Trail
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 4.7 mi • Est. 2 h 52 m
Absolutely gorgeous hike that ends at a lake with cliffs on one side and a panoramic view of the valley on the other. The trail is not overly steep and is fairly well-maintained. Seasonally, there are beautiful wild flowers throughout the hike, even wild strawberries! Great hike to do with your dog. You walk through the river two/three times so they can get a drink. Pack some flip flops so you can get your feet wet at the lake, and if you have a dog bring a leash because it is a popular hike. Please note that this is not the Silver Lake up at Brighton. The Silver Lake at Brighton is in a protected watershed and does not allow dogs.Show more
#3 - White Pine Lake Trail
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 10.5 mi • Est. 6 h 6 m
#4 - Pfeifferhorn (via Red Pine Lakes Trail)
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 11 mi • Est. 6 h 27 m
Note: Because this trail lies within a protected watershed, dogs and swimming are not permitted in the area. This trail leads to one of the most scenic and most frequently visited peaks on the south side of Little Cottonwood canyon. However, you will probably not see more than one group of hikers on the upper portion of the trail on a summer weekend. The majority of the hike is on a well-maintained and easy to follow trail. The portion of trail between Lower Red Pine Lake and the Alpine Ridge is only slightly difficult to follow, but the direction of travel is obvious and should keep you near the correct path. Above Upper Red Pine lake follow the faint steep ridge that leads to the Alpine Ridge. There is a trail, but it is faint and hard to follow. Once you've reached the Alpine Ridge the rest of path to the summit is straight forward.Show more
#5 - Rocky Mouth Falls Trail
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 28 m
Easy, family-friendly out and back with spectacular views.Show more
#6 - Lone Peak via Jacob's Ladder Trail (from Summer Trailhead)
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 11.1 mi • Est. 8 h 16 m
Please Note: Draper City will be closing the Upper Corner Canyon Road to vehicle access on July 1, 2020. Please see link: http://www.draper.ut.us/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1394 Climb to the top of this 11,000 foot Wasatch Peak which rises above Salt Lake City with a massive glacial cirque. This is a fairly strenuous climb to the top of one of the tallest peaks of the Wasatch Range. Reaching the cliff-lined summit will require some scrambling up steep slopes and over boulders. Follow the track in this guide closely to find your way up a variation to the top that takes you up a steep coulouir. Bring a camera as you will have specatacular views. Driving direction to the trail head: The way to the trailhead is through Orson Park and then up the dirt road (make sure your vehicle has good clearance). Show more
#7 - Lower Bells Canyon Reservoir Loop via Boulders Trailhead
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 1.5 mi • Est. 37 m
#8 - Silver Glance Lake
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 5.9 mi • Est. 4 h
As of 5/28/19, segments of this trail are closed, including the road leading to the trailhead. Plan on adding 2-3 miles to your hike. Show more
#9 - Upper Bells Canyon Reservoir Trail
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 12.3 mi • Est. 7 h 53 m
As of May 04, 2020, users have reported that the trail to the lake is impassable due to snow. Please consult the park's website before visiting. Note: Because this trail lies within a protected watershed, dogs and swimming are not permitted in the area. Once past the second falls, the trail follows a series of carins set by the Wasatch Mountain Club in conjunction with the Forest Service. This mapped route is a close estimate of that route. It is not recommended for novice hikers. At the Upper Reservoir one can continue to other high points in the Wasatch back country that will require mountaineering and or good navigation skills.Show more
#10 - Maybird Gulch Trail to Maybird Lakes
Lone Peak Wilderness
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Length: 7.3 mi • Est. 3 h 56 m
Note: Because this trail lies within a protected watershed, dogs and swimming are not permitted in the area. The hike starts at the White Pine Trailhead and is suitable for beginners. The trail is well maintained and signed. A paved path leads from the parking area to a footbridge over Little Cottonwood Creek. The route follows a old 4-wheel drive track, which is now closed. The trail climbs to the southwest into White Pine Canyon. One hundred yards after crossing the footbridge the trail forks. The right fork leads down to a stream side meadow, take the left fork, which climbs upward. 1-mile from the trailhead the trail meets the stream in White Pine Canyon. The 4-wheel drive track continues to White Pine Lake, the signed trail to Red Pine Lake and Maybird Gulch crosses the stream on a footbridge 50 yards upstream. After crossing the stream, the trail leads west in a rising traverse around the ridge, through a wooded section, into Red Pine Canyon. As you cross the ridge between White Pine and Red Pine Canyon you enter into the Lone Peak Wilderness Area. The trail continues up Red Pine Canyon until the trail and the stream in Red Pine Canyon converge at the Maybird Gulch turn-off. This trail junction is 2 1/2 mile from the trailhead. The trail to Maybird Gulch crosses the stream on a footbridge. The trail to Red Pine Lake continues up the east side of the Red Pine stream. The trail to Maybird Gulch cross the footbridge at the trail junction makes a switchback as it climbs the hill and heads west as it crosses the ridge into Maybird Gulch. The trail continues climbing steadily to Maybird Lake, which is the end of the maintained trail.Show more
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