Looking for a great trail in Mount Timpanogos Wilderness, Utah? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running 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 10 moderate trails in Mount Timpanogos Wilderness ranging from 1.9 to 11.2 miles and from 5,429 to 8,776 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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This trail was by far one of the most beautiful hikes I’ve done. The views from the peak were absolutely incredible. But this hike isn’t for the faint of heart. I hike a lot and it was super challenging for me. I made the mistake of taking someone who doesn’t hike and it beat her up so good she hasn’t talked to me since the hike so tread carefully on this one. The elevation gain is no joke especially for the last mile and a half or so to the summit.

One of our family's favorite hikes. Easy enough for kids. I had to bribe my 3 year with ice cream to keep going but she did a great job. The waterfall is the perfect place to eat a picnic.

hiking
rocky
scramble
snow
4 days ago

We were really relieved to find the snow has all melted off the summit from this week’s snow storm, although there was still a bit before the boulder field and it was a little dicey. Trekking poles were a big help there. The wildflowers were stunning, saw two goats, three snakes (not poisonous), and lots of adorable smaller wildlife. This was my first time all the way to the summit and it was absolutely beautiful! Quite a day. There were lots of people, but most of them did Timpooneke trail, so it was fairly private before the saddle. If you’re trying to get it in this season before the snow gets bad definitely don’t wait much longer!

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no shade
off trail
over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
5 days ago

I have wanted to try this trail for a while and it was a steep one! I would highly suggest a gps or going with someone who has been. There is no markers anywhere along the path it’s just sort of a pick a way up and go. If there is cliffs or it’s slippery you just kinda have to work around it. I enjoyed the summit and it was a good time but not one for beginners. I would recommend using another rough to the summit if you are not sure what way to go. But this is an option so if you do go just be sure to wear boots, long pants and be ready for the long and straining process of finding footholds (and sometimes handholds) all the way up and back on this one. Have water, sunscreen, and some snacks to last you at least half the day. Unfortunately my trail data got messed up in a few spots along the way but we reached the summit in about 3 1/2 hours with almost no breaks on the way up. Down took us about 2. Cool mountain! Did not see a soul anywhere near us the entire hike

hiking
6 days ago

Extremely populated. 6$ for parking. Some spots had some scramble.

Our favorite hike of the summer! The views are spectacular of Mount Timp. She’s a beaut! Saw a couple moose on the way down right off the trail, too.

Lot of snow on the trail because of storm few days ago. Sure it will melt but it was dicey in a couple areas before the boulder field. A slip here would not be good. Full snow from right above emerald lake to saddle. On and off snow from saddle to summit. Hope the wildflowers bounce back as they were covered in snow. Still a beautiful hike, just be careful.

Have doneTimpanooeke side for the last 3 times so I went up AG today. Its been 12 years and the trail is just as cool as I remember it. I only went just past the shack and stopped b4 the traverse over to the saddle bc I wasnt going to the summit. The trail was snow free til u were about to reach the meadow. I had hiking poles that helped w my balance and just stepped in someone else's footprints in the snow or was on the snow-free part of the trail. Your boots will get wet. The weather was perfect for hiking and I got warm once I started hiking (9am). Wear long pants too bc of the overgrowth in some areas and the stinging neddles. Sadly, I didnt see any goats today :( This trail had beautiful waterfalls too so there was ample water sources if u needed it.

Tough but beautiful. Payoff view is at 3.5 miles out. The last half mile (on the out) is the toughest but worth it. I'm not used to high elevation but made it through fine. Ran into one other runner on the entire 7.3 mile route. Started 8 am on Friday.

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muddy
rocky
scramble
snow
7 days ago

Trail was good until the meadow and then it got really snowy! After the cabin the snow got fairly deep and then trail disappeared covered by snow all the way to the saddle. Add some extra time to get through this! From the saddle to the summit it’s snowy but manageable! Wear good boots and bring hiking poles! Everyone said at the top that the timponooke trail was way better and easier conditions!

hiking
7 days ago

I love this hike. Pretty overgrown trail so wear long pants. And what a climb!

We didn’t go to the overlook, but we saw two bull moose!

Wow, what a great trail! Loved how the environment changed so much. From wooded to rain foresty to rocky. We saw some pica and a herd of about 20 mountain goats right before the lake on a ridge. About a 20 degree change at Emerald Lake. You know you’re there when you see a shack. We didn’t summit but Im sure its spectacular. We had so many awesome views. Flowers still blooming! This was a difficult but doable hike for me. Took us 10hrs round trip with lots of let my heart catch up a bit.... Next time we are in Utah, I am going to be in shape enough to hit the summit!

hiking
10 days ago

Perfect hike. 6:00pm. 80 minutes. Cool weather. Not busy. Lots of water off the waterfall.

hiking
11 days ago

Super muddy, dirt bikers have churned it up at the beginning of the trail so it’s tricky to get up that steeper section. Gorgeous area that flattens out into a valley. Saw some turkeys. There’s a creek that runs alongside the trail. Lots of shade. I only went about 2 miles up, but will go further next time.

The trail is pretty and the falls are very tall. The water level is not very powerful on the lower falls, if you’re comparing it to Bridal Veil for example. Still worth doing it though!

hiking
over grown
12 days ago

Hiked this not knowing where it would end up, very satisfied with the overlook! Almost a 360 from the top of the surrounding mountains. Pretty easy for 3/4 and the last 1/4 is pretty steep. Trail is a little muddy from this weekend but not bad at all. My dog and I loved it!

Went today for an all day hike with just 2 of us. My friend wore tennis shoes and I wore my Chacos. The snow is melted enough to where you'll just hike in a little slush near the top of the basin for like 20 minutes. We're both in good shape, 26 yrs old, and it took us 5 hours to the summit with a few short breaks on the way up to catch our breath and a 15 minute lunch break at Emerald Lake. Then 3 hours down but we jogged in some areas which probably sliced off half an hour. This hike has topped my list on the most beautiful hike I've ever done. It's breathtaking. On a side note, just take your time going up. It's long and it's difficult, but not impossible. Someone scared of heights might get a little uneasy at the top. It has lose rocks with some deadly drop offs if you fall or slip hard enough. Step steady and you'll be fine though.

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

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