Looking for a great trail in Twin Peaks Wilderness, Utah? AllTrails has 15 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 9 hard trails in Twin Peaks Wilderness ranging from 2.5 to 10.5 miles and from 5,213 to 11,341 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Great hike. Easier than I originally thought (for once). 3 hours 20 minutes to the top. The scrambling was easy and the exposure was never a concern. There’s one 10-15 feet section where you have to actually climb but it’s very easy climbing. Plenty of holds. All and all 10/10. I will have to try going up via Ferguson Canyon next time just to try something new. Now my second favorite hike in the Wasatch. First is still Lone Peak.

What a great hike. Long, challenging, very scenic, moose and cool peeps that love to hike. You always seem to make friends. Started at 7:30am at 26 degrees and made it down by 2:30pm at 61 degrees. I'm hurting all over. Lol

running
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

Trail easy to follow (when the trail splits at the meadow make sure you follow it down to the left) until you hit the boulder field in the last ⅓. There are cairns but they're often hard to spot. It may not matter too much, however, as there's just one thing to do at that point: go up. It's an easy scramble. Just make sure to cut left when it gets cliffy at the top and hit the saddle. You'll then find the trail to the summit simple to follow. Getting over to the other Twin is also straightforward. There is snow but not much. No microspikes needed. I'd recommend backtracking and coming down the East Twin that took you up, and not try to make your way over to descend Bonkers (if you're familiar with the backcountry ski run names). Or, rather, you can do that but don't do what I did, which was (to save time) *not* go all the way to Bonkers and instead descended Diving Board. It was steep, iced over in places, and cliffy. Not your best route down. Even with my faulty descent took ~4 hours round trip.

hiking
rocky
snow
2 days ago

Really great trail that starts at White Pine trail. Many frozen section along the way so be careful not to skip. The falls is hidden on a path that heads to white pine then just after a bridge at Around 2 miles go left and follow the frozen river. Gloria falls is truly glorious and frozen now.

hiking
rocky
2 days ago

hiking
rocky
scramble
snow
2 days ago

Great workout. took longer than I thought it would. Stick to the redline on the map. No snow but some ice on the stream. easily passable today.

hiking
muddy
2 days ago

hiking
3 days ago

Beautiful iced waterfall! A few spots on the trail are icy. 10/11/19

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

This trail offered amazing views the entire way there and back. Definitely not for beginners as I quickly learned. Steady incline the entire way up with no real flat parts to catch your breath. We went in early October which gave some of the best foliage you could ask for. Dress warm! It gets extremely cold with the shaded trees and up at the lake on top of the mountain. Make sure to pack lots of water and tissues if you get sniffly in the cold like me. We even got to see a moose! He was right off the trail having a snack but definitely an amazing site. I would recommend to those who are in shape and hiked rocky terrain before. If you’re a beginner or not in shape, may not be the best option.

hiking
3 days ago

Amazing 360 views from the top I wouldn’t necessarily rank this hike as hard it does get a little steep towards the end but the first 1.5 miles is mostly flat. Weather is still good today just a little snow on the ground with plenty of deer walking around!

lost my North Face backpack off a cliff taking some "alternative routes" to the summit. Someone found it and left it at base camp please leave it there so I can go back and get it thanks.

hiking
over grown
rocky
scramble
4 days ago

Storm Mountain via Ferguson Canyon has been on my ToDo list for several years and I finally knocked it out. It was a 10 mile and 4350 feet of elevation gain day. The first couple miles are nestled in the canyon and is covered with the fall leaves. Once you get to the overlook the trail is out in the open. After the overlook turn-off the trail is fairly overgrown, so long pants are recommended unless you like scratched legs. When the trail cut back to head up to Storm Mountain, I had a difficult time finding the trail and bushwhacked most of the time. Once you reach the ridge you have to do some fun scrambling, but nothing too difficult. Overall it was another banner day in the Wasatch. The fall colors were spectacular, but it was quite cold. The temperature got down to 25 degrees at one point and averaged 34.

hiking
6 days ago

This is one of my favorite hikes. I haven’t been in awhile but some of these reviews say the view isn’t worth it- I strongly disagree! This hike is breathtaking in all the right ways- for the workout and the view. It’s the not the easiest but the payoff is beautiful and secluded. If you go to the right sometimes there is a nice little lake you can look down on. If you go to the left, you can go down and follow an overgrown trail that leads up the stream. I didn’t make it very far that way, but I did see some moose over there!

hiking
6 days ago

The trail is beautiful right now with some great fall colors. I came across several moose close to the trail.

hiking
rocky
scramble
snow
6 days ago

Hiked on Saturday. Steep incline then it opens up to a big boulder field. Some rock scrambling to the twin peaks. Ended up using micro spikes coming down. Lots of rock cairns to help guide the way. Not a busy trail. Encountered only 2 other hikers going up at the same time I was.

hiking
7 days ago

Fun trail with great views. Beautiful leaves changing color! This trail is a little like Choose Your Own Adventure. There looks like there are several ways to get to the falls both on the left and right side of the river. The right side is easiest. Take the bridge after you turn on to Red Pine trail and take a quick left onto the trail right after is the way we took. Gorgeous falls with some cool ice patterns forming.

We started at 7 AM, easily got parking, and came in to contact with very few people on the way up the trail, but around 1 PM on the way down the trail was very busy. This took about 5 1/2 hours to get up to lake Blanche, walk around to the other lakes, rest, take photos, and get back down. We even saw two moose just hanging out right on the trail having a snack. Such a beautiful place and worth going.

hiking
rocky
7 days ago

Gorgeous from the first step to the last. Lake is still beautiful up top, I also hiked to the smaller lakes and the waterfall and it’s all stunning. Terrain is rocky so wear your hiking boots. Total trip time with the off trail trek to the sister lakes was 5 hours.

hiking
rocky
7 days ago

Beautiful views right now, gets pretty steep in a few places, but trail is in great condition. Watch the trail closely when you hit the rock slide, don’t scramble up too far - Trail jogs right and up. Take a flashlight and plan on a couple hours up and back.

hiking
rocky
scramble
7 days ago

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