Yeti's and Moose Puddle Loop

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Park City, Utah

Yeti's and Moose Puddle Loop is a 5.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Park City, Utah that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September.

Length5.1 miElevation gain1,062 ftRoute typeLoop
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Know Before You Go. This trail accesses or travels through potential avalanche terrain. For more information and to read the daily avalanche forecast please visit: https://utahavalanchecenter.org

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Ed Porter IV
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Garie Eddie
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Trail differs at end (running CCW) to avoid new construction at Olympic park. Dusty. More of a mountain bike Bs hiking trail

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Igmar Melis
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Karen Luebke
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We did Moose Puddle first which was very pretty, easy to climb up and had amazing views. We then did Yeti on the way down and loved all the aspen tress which were changing colors. Beautiful day and wonderful hike. By the way, the total distance was actually just over 6 miles.

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L Dan Crane
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Ann marie Horner
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Nice trail went up yeti first and down moose puddle cause of mor shade later in the day.

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Lisa B
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Wonderful views of Park City. Lots of wildflowers. Part shade, part exposed. Share the trail with mountain bikers.

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Kelsey Martin
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If you start on yeti and take moose puddle all the way back to the road it is 6 miles. The climb is no joke!!

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Brandy Woodbury
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Yeti side is currently closed. Handful of other hikers, bikers and runners. nice mix of shade and sun. Beautiful flowers in bloom.

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Vanessa Castiglione
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great hike....a little fustrating to get to. when looking for it go past the Olympic museum to where they're doing construction park at the gravel lot and walk to the start of Yeti trail. it's all switch backs be prepared for a good leg work out and I would forsure start with Yeti and finish with moose puddle. the views are worth it.

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Kimberly Stookey
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Nice gradual incline; the colors are turning. This was a perfect Sunday morning hike. Would do this again.

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Susan Nolan
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First off, this is a 6.1 mile hike rather than 5.1. Moose Puddle is 3.2 and Yeti is 2.9. That said, you'll be happy to get an extra mile. Both trails have a lot of shade till you get to the top. Yeti has more rocks thus bikes can only travel uphill. Highlights: great views of the Olympic bobsled course and gorgeous wildflowers. Inclines and declines are quite manageable and easy on the joints. Overall, a fantastic hike!

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Cristie Frey
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Jim Loudermilk
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Greg Clark
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Amy Bailey
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Kapil Singla
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Greg Clark
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Doug Cherry
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Cliff Goldstein
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Brooke Yadon
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Philip Brasher
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Thomas Ross
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Michelle Schwartz
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Joseph Urban
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Michael Larsen
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Kristin Elizabeth
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Chris Murray
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Isaiah Ortega
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