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Reynold's Peak via Mill D North is a 5.9 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Park City, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until September.

Length 5.9 mi Elevation gain 2,080 ft Route type Out & Back

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Jaymie Christensen
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Hiking

7/22/2020 Lake Desolation, Dog Lake, Reynold’s Peak! The perfect day on a perfect trail. I started at the Mill D trailhead and went to Lake Desolation. The wild flowers are amazing! It rained a little bit...not bad and that just made the flowers more stunning with little rain droplets on them. Passed a few bikers, runners and hikers. Hiked around the Lake & had the place to myself. The path around and meadows leading up to the lake are covered in flowers. I then headed over to Dog Lake from the 1 mile “short cut” after heading back down the trail. This way has beautiful views and is less steep compared to if I had gone back to the main turn off for Dog Lake. Signs are posted and way easy to follow. Dog lake is a muddy brown small lake I wouldn’t make a special trip for. I actually just passed on by up to Reynold’s Peak. Good incline and an easy trail to follow. Nothing sketchy just steep. The views up top were beautiful in every direction. Wild flowers all over and a pile of rocks with a box to leave a note! Took me a long time with the flowers to distract me every other step ha ha 10-11 miles but moderate, a rest day for my knees!

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Nash Clemens
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Michael Dinwiddie
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Running

First half you run a mild grade following a brook. It’s perfect. Then you hit dog lake for a nice relaxing break. The hike up Reynolds is steep but the views are unbelievable.

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James Jones
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Hiking

Hiked up to Raymond’s peak via dog lake. The last scramble is .4 miles of nearly overgrown trail opening up into some exposed switchbacks that are easily slipped on. Views are worth it, and it’s a rewarding trail overall! Prepare for lots of traffic on the weekends and be wary of mountain bikers coming up on you fast. I would put this on the more difficult side of moderate. The flowers up top were a nice touch!

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Tyler Howe
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Hiking

I’ve hiked to Dog Lake countless times without ever taking this relatively short (but quite steep) jaunt up to Reynolds Peak. Glad I finally did. The view of Big Cottonwood, Mount Raymond, and Gobbler’s Knob is spectacular. And, there are some pretty sunflowers on the top right now.

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Da Yang
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Hiking

One of the most beautiful peak, forever view, the last part if trail is not very clear, if it is right direction, you will be on the trail soon.

Jeremy V
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Hiking

Spikes are a good idea

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Chris Brosky
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HikingSnow

!!! NEED SNOWSHOES !!! Post-holing 4-5” and even up to my waist on 3 occasions. Only made it about 1 mile up Butler Fork before I turned around. Awful, awful time. I hate myself for leaving the snowshoes in the car.

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Jayden Olson
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Taylor Hoots
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Nico I.
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HikingSnow

Half mud half snow. I set out too late and it got dark. Ran into moose, possibly(it was dark). Definitely some elk and dear.

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Katie Gaddis
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HikingOver grownRockyScramble

First part to dog lake isn’t the most exciting, from dog lake to the peak is steep, but doable. Great views at the top.

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Herkus Rudzinskas
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HikingRockyWashed out

Trail gets sorta confusing at points, but that’s why you have this app. Great views at the top, and saw a bunch of deer on the way down, nice outing.

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Nathan Koszuta
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HikingOver grown

Beautiful trail and a gorgeous view from the top. It was a bit overgrown on the steep part past dog lake but not terrible

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Katie Bessette
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HikingBugsOver grown

Absolutely stunning views at the top. Lots of flies and a bit overgrown on the trail right after dog lake. But totally worth it for those views and the wildflowers along the way.

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Bryant Eastham
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Hiking

Great view of the ridge from Brighton all the way down to Twin Peak.

Gregory Daly
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Hiking

a fairly short hike that will be easy for fit hikers. the 2.5 mi walk to dog lake climbs gently. from the lake to the peak it is steep, but not crazy steep, and only for about 10 mins walking time and maybe 700' of elevation gain. the summit views are really good.

Danielle Heil
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Hiking

There’s a decent amount of incline from the trail head to Dog Lake and it is very steep from the lake to the top but definitely worth it! The last bit of trail after the lake is a little overgrown but the trail is easy to follow and the views are beautiful. Hardly any snow left at the top and a completely dry trail.

Max Tarshis
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Hiking

Great hike! The trail has a pretty constant incline up till you hit the lake. The climb from dog lake to the peak is very steep, but there is no more snow and the trail is dry—amazing view at the top that’s well worth the effort!

Kristina Brown
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Hiking

Went Memorial Day weekend and there was still a good amount of snow. Didn’t make it all the way to the Peak, turned around at Dog Lake. I didn’t use spikes or snow shoes and it was slow going.

Tyson Bailey
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Snowshoeing

Snow shoes required. Made it all the way to the peak. challenging and fun.

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KD Hood
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SnowshoeingSnow

Great views at the top! Just awesome in the winter. Shocked I was the only one up there on a Saturday afternoon. You will see ski tracks going off the top...amazing. The last half mile deserves snowshoes and is strenuous in the winter. You could use either micro spikes or snowshoes for the first couple miles depending on how packed the trail is.

Cass Stortz
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Hiking

Pretty hike. Wildflowers were beautiful and the view was very nice. Definitely harder hike!

Elizabeth Blossom
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Hiking

Almost missed the trail, but I pulled out my AllTrails app and got back on track to make it up to the peak. I was the only one on this trail and the only one on the peak. I started my hike at 6:30 am to avoid the crowds, and I had the mountain all to myself. There was a bit of snow on parts of the trail, but nothing that should stop anyone from trying this one out.

Breck Tuttle
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Snowshoeing
First to Review

Fun snowshoe trail

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