Explore the most popular dog friendly trails near Altonah with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Go clockwise. The Yellowstone side is more gradual, prettier, and has water. The trail maps aren’t very accurate. It was closer to 28 miles.

This trail will test you from the get go and does so all the way to Deer Lake. From Deer Lake it's pretty easy going to Farmers Lake. Stayed my final night at White Miller Lake. Damn good campsite there!

Very bad directions to get there. The GPS takes you to roads that haven’t been traveled in ages so unless you know the area and alternate routes it’s hard to find.

Well the trail was difficult. but the Lakes were great. Definitely take big spray. I never got bit, but if they attack your be bloodless in seconds. The lake was gorgeous. I'd definitely recommend taking the hike in in two days. Getting out can be done in one (for me, it was 9 hours getting in 4.5 hours getting out). Early July was really nice, only cold at like 6 am, the rest of the time was perfect. Outside of the steep terrain, it was great!

Great for solitude. Full trip report here including my trail map to Farmer's Lake. http://www.girlonahike.com/2017/07/backpacking-to-farmers-lake-uintas.html

backpacking
Sunday, July 09, 2017

I followed the trail pretty much exactly as shown. I wanted to climp Wilson peak on day 2, but it got stormy. I completed the loop in 2.5 days (2 nights). I camped at farmers lake on the first night and at tungsten lake on the second. The trail is pretty much flat most of the way, but when it gets steep it gets VERY steep. The trail is flooded in some places and VERY hard to follow in others; especially in the northern sections. Even with the cairns everywhere. I was glad for my GPS. There are trees over the trail by the dozens mostly in the southern sections. There are places to camp along almost every section of the trail. There are lots of rivers to ford that are just under knee deep. I would recommend fording sandals if you want to keep your shoes and socks dry. I did it bare foot and it was very painful. There are lots of biting flies and mosquitoes so wear deet. This trail really gives you the feeling that you are off the grid. The country and landscape are breathtaking.

Friday, July 07, 2017

Hit this up on a whim. Beautiful river exposures, lakes, and high altitude. Everything you need in a good mountain trip. Only issue is the always present blood suckers in the early months. Bring long sleeves and spray.

i did this trail in july 2016 with 4 freinds. we did about 17 miles in and out. the fishing was amazing. small fish in deer lake and huge trout in farmers lake. we stayed 3 nights 4 days.

hiking
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

We stayed at Center Timothy and had the place to ourselves even though there was a scout group in the same basin. I would probably stay at Center Timothy again even though there are a bunch of lakes to choose from. The fishing was amazing and it didn't seem to matter if you we fly fishing or using spinners. There were beautiful brooks and cuts. I also scrambled up and got on top of North and South Timothy Peaks. The view was fantastic.

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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Hiked to Timothy Lake the first night of a 4 day loop. Enjoyed stopping at a spot on the river, had lunch and soaked my feet in the cool water. Arrived at the first lake early enough that I hiked to all of the lakes nearby. Its a beautiful area just near Kings Peak.

I started at the Swift Creek trail-head and spent the first night in the Timothy Lakes Basin so I missed a short portion of this trail to Farmers Lake since the trail forks. I hit the trail before the sun came up and stopped at Farmers Lake for breakfast and to enjoy the sunrise, Listened to the birds chirping and loving the solitude. Very beautiful area just south of Kings Peak

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Friday, May 23, 2014

Hiked past this lake on the way to Timothy lakes basin.

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Sunday, August 25, 2013

Hiked to Timothy Lake the first day and explored all the lakes in the drainage.Its a beautiful basin. Climbed Bluebell pass which was very steep with few switchbacks the next day. Camped the next day at Tungston lake above timberline. Climbed Porcupine Pass and Wilson Peak which had great views of Red Castle Lake then camped at Five Point Lake. Explored Doll and Spider lakes and returned the next day to the trail head. Fun loop

Saturday, January 14, 2012

This trail starts at Swift Creek Camp ground. Be prepared to climb over a substantial mountain and back down to the creek before you begin the long grade up to the Timothys. I went as far as Grayling Lake and spent the night there. We found no Graylling, but the litlle natives in the lake fought like crazy.

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