Looking for a great trail in Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah? AllTrails has 13 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 8 hard trails in Twin Peaks Wilderness ranging from 2.5 to 10.5 miles and from 5,213 to 11,292 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
23 hours ago

This is a beautiful hike, with incredible views throughout. Despite the hike being rated “moderate”, this is on the harder side of moderate...there are even some trails rated hard on this app that are much shorter and less elevation.

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rocky
1 day ago

Did this hike yesterday with my cousins and his two little daughters. We didn't read the reviews well enough to know not to bring young kids. This trail is not for young kids, however the oldest at 6 years old did about 2.75 miles with no trouble. Even with the bad judgement call on our part for bringing them, the hike went very well. This trail gets slightly steep at some places. The views at the lake was well worth the struggle. It's pretty much a steady incline all the way up. Bring plenty of water! I would definitely do this trail again, just minus young kids, a moving backpack was the biggest struggle.

hiking
1 day ago

Not for young kids! Overall a great hike. Strenuous toward the end. Worth the hike.

hiking
1 day ago

Gorgeous hike! Still quite a few wildflowers. We hike Lake Blanche regularly and I do not think this hike should be rated hard if Blanche isn’t. They felt very similar in vertical climb. This hike was a little shorter. We clocked it at about 6 miles rt. Spectacular views from the meadow at the top.

hiking
1 day ago

I forget how steep but pretty this trail is plus shady as well. I reached the meadow and decided to take the trail on the right...thought I could make a loop but ended up bushwacking my way back to the trail since it was hard to see a trail by the water. Oh well, it was an adventure. Saw 2 moose in the aspens while descending from the meadow area. Very cool!

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rocky
1 day ago

One of my favorites! Pretty easy and family friendly! The trail is rocky but wide so there’s plenty of walking space. There are two views of the river. 3/4 of the way there is a good view of the river but don’t forget to keep going and walk the bridge that goes over the river. That’s the best part of the whole hike! My 3yr old was able to walk it on her own too. Plenty of shade. There are some mosquitos up there but not all that bad.

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2 days ago

what a beautiful hike!

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2 days ago

Excellent hike! Uphill the mile to the junction, but not bad at all. Super easy to find the "hidden" trail to the falls. We actually found it much easier than expected. No bugs either! We got there earlyish (9:00) on a Saturday morning the and parking lot completely full and then some. Literally over 100 cars and the trail was very busy....but not a single other person was on the "hidden" trail to the falls. Beautiful falls. well worth it!

Went out last night, spent the night and came back down this morning. One of my favorite trails along the Wasatch front. I’d agree with the sentiment of most people, with the elevation gain I think this is in the harder end of the moderate range. Beautiful mostly shaded trail, and the lakes are spectacular

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scramble
3 days ago

I would recommend this hike. Its beautiful all the way up and down. I would recommend hiking poles for sure. To help balance yourself while going through loose gravel areas and up/down large boulders. When you arrive at the the lake there is plenty of massive flat rock you can lay on and take a nap or have a nice lunch before you head back down.

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bugs
rocky
3 days ago

SUPER rocky. It’s a difficult hike but leaves your legs hurting so good. The rocks do make your feet really sore by the end (even with good hiking boots) so definitely wear good hiking shoes. Lake Blanche wasn’t the prettiest lake so definitely check out the sister lakes if you take the hard trail all the way up there. One has a small waterfall and was pretty

We started this hike about 8:15am. The timing was good because most of the way up was completely shaded. Lake Blanche, Lake Florence and Lake Lillian are perfect jewels. We had no problem with bugs, plenty of harmless cicadas at the top. Hiking poles are a must. Would rate this hike more difficult than moderate.

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scramble
3 days ago

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bugs
off trail
over grown
rocky
3 days ago

on Gloria Falls

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bugs
muddy
rocky
4 days ago

I couldn’t find the waterfall. Lots of bugs, and lots of rocks. I walked up to where the white and red trail met. I still couldn’t find the right path to the waterfall. It was a quick one, nice shade.

Super fun ! Went up around 9 am . Not too many people going up , more coming down . Definitely bring water , I’d say bring your normal bottle plus one just in case . I hike fasted so I brought a snack up for lunch as well . That seemed to be enough for me . If I’m going somewhere new, I usually pack snacks and so forth to be prepared. The trail goes from rocky to dirt to gravel to slab stone . I wore my Hokas but I think I’ve gone up here in hiking shoes as well. It’s not terribly steep but it is steep . There’s lots of shade and sun, it sort of goes in and out. It’s definitely worth the hike. If you’re looking for a waterfall hike , I wouldn’t choose this one. The waterfall is way far from the trail and you can see it in the distance sort of a situation. Going down, I ran most of the way, hence the running shoes. If you have painful hips or knees , I would make sure your strength training is on point or bring some poles or something of that sort . Most people on the trail are friendly .

hiking
6 days ago

Trail is beautiful and has a good amount of shade but Blanche and her sister lakes are just kind of giant muddy puddles. Lots of bugs, almost zero shade. I ended up reaching the last lake and then immediately heading back instead of stopping to rest,snack,and hang out for a bit. Probably won't bother with it again unless my husband decides he really wants to see it for himself. I would be willing to hike it then but only because I adore my husband: )

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6 days ago

Beautiful hike. Beautiful lake. We were running late, so didn’t have time to see sister lakes. Not for the faint of heart. I would say this was intermediate plus. Yes, early for parking and for shade going up. We got there at 8:00am on a Tuesday and that was perfect. Lots of climbing over rocks, lots of gravel on the trail. Glad I had a pole for descent. Took us 2 hours up and 1:30 coming back. Saw a couple groups who brought kids, they had to turn back at less that 1/4 way up. Just saying...

Absolutely beautiful - saw a moose too!

on Lake Blanche Trail

hiking
7 days ago

A lovely, well-groomed trail with views at the top that are beyond worth the effort. There were only a few parking spots left at 8:45am on a Monday morning — I imagine this trail is extremely populated on the weekends. Shade cover is good on the first half but becomes more exposed both as you ascend and as the day progresses. It’s definitely worth the extra 10-15 minutes at the top to see all three sister lakes, especially if Lake Blanche itself is crowded. Highly recommend!

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rocky
scramble
8 days ago

My Garmin registered 8.4 miles and 2211ft. Straight up most of the way. Beautiful views, and wild flowers out currently. Bugs weren't too hateful, we did put on bug spray but not sure if that's what did it or the bugs weren't that bad. We started at 7:30, we saw a few people but not as many when we came down. It was also starting to get hot. I recommend starting early. The parking lot was full and overflowing onto the road when we left as well.

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rocky
8 days ago

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scramble
8 days ago

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