Experience the daily life of 19th Century pioneers in the Intermountain West. Costumed docents and historical interpreters staff more than 40 pioneer-era homes and shops in Heritage Village, where you'll see craft/trade demonstrations and experience a wide range of "hands-on" educational and entertaining activities. Children will enjoy pony rides, a petting corral, Pioneer Playground, a mini-train ride and take-home crafts. Parents and kids alike can ride the larger replica trains, explore the Native American village or visit Brigham Young's original farm house. Food, drinks and treats are available at the Monument Caf, Huntsman Hotel and Z.C.M.I. general store. Historic buildings and other venues in Heritage Village may be rented for weddings, meetings, retreats, reunions, etc.

Great view of the city and neighboring mountains. Route from Pioneer Park is very icy with 6-8” snow in parts. Microspikes/crampons helpful.

Exposed and steep. Pretty icy this time of year. But very nice work out hike.... my dog loves it

A great view at the top and definitely an experience if your willing to brave the rickety old metal tower. Very fun hike and not too extremely difficult.

If you get tired of the living room, this is a good one.

Hike to Mt Wire on this trail. It's steep, but not horrible. Then came down through the living room trail and jogged. To me that and jogging on the shoreline trail back to the car is what made it fun. I plan on doing this hike again. Great workout!

Friday, June 23, 2017

Went up the Livingroom side and down the incredibly steep side and I don't recommend it. At times I was doing the crab. I'm thinking that there must be an easier way down other than going back the Livingroom way. Anyone know? Yikes.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Steep going up, steep going down, great views of SLC and beyond

Friday, October 28, 2016

Nice little peak. This trail is VERY steep. I came up the living room side and down the steep side which made for a nice loop.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Except for the lower section it's a steep climb to the top with great views. There are many trails and trail junctions all around the lower section but I have a recorded track from the Wasatch Mountain club that help me from taking the wrong trail. Used the map editor on the web and downloaded the track to follow on my smartphone while recording my own track.

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