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Tina Filippi reviewed Coalpits Wash
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HikingNo shadeOver grown

This trail looked like it hasn’t been used or maintained in a bit. Hiked only to the washes, about mile and half before getting so annoyed by the prickly bushes and heat that we turned around. we had already hiked in Zion and we were exhausted so gave up. Might attempt it again

Walter Anderson reviewed Mount Timpanogos via Timpooneke Trail
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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

This is an awesome hike! Our group (3 teenage boys) started hiking at 1am, and got to the top at 5:10. Not twenty minutes into the hike, we did see 2 moose not 20' off the trail and had to stop for them for a little. There was a little runoff, and nothing to fill a bottle with, so bring lots of water. Up closer to the summit there was a lot of sketchy moments, but nothing too bad. At about 6.0 miles(on the alltrails map) there was a part where you need to turn left and switchback like 6 times up this scary-looking cliff/rock cutout, but if you keep straight then it will get a lot scarier. Up at the top there is not a ton of comfortable rocks to watch the sunrise, so you might have to stand since there are like 60 other people watching it. Bring a jacket for the top, it drops really bad up there. We did see a lot of mountain goats, so be wary of those. Overall, the trail turned out for us to be like 14, so be ready.

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Hiking

We did this hike yesterday morning. We had 4 adults and 2, 14 year old boys. Both thought it was hard but good and were a little sore that night and the following day. We started on the trailhead at 445am, summited at 910am, had a half hour lunch break there, and we’re back to our car by 110pm, so we were on the trail for 8 1/2 hours. Beautiful view at the top. loved the flowers and wildlife. Did not like that there were zero bathrooms along this trail. Not so much of an issue for the boys, but for the adult women it was. I heard there’s a bathroom at emerald lake but that adds an additional out and back and this trail is already 15 miles. So this is not one I’d do often. I packed 2 1/2 liters but only drank one (didn’t want to have to go pee more than once). The boys drank 2- 2 1/2 liters. We used headlamps for the first 30-60 minutes which was helpful. Lots and lots of rocks on this trail so wear good, hard hiking shoes (all the rocks tired my ankles; and I’m a marathon runner and a Grand Canyon R2R2R hiker so just be aware).

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Scramble

great hike. regretfully we started way too late in the day and both left headlamps in our larger osprey backpacks. was a little nerve racking, lost each other. I got back to my car first somehow! thank God he wasnt too far back. **REWARD**: MY friend lost a brand new pair of black diamond (blue) hiking poles (MINE - I lent to him) and his black rayban sunglasses as well once it got dark. set them down and that was that.. please message me on Instagram @roryktaylor1 or text me 360.305.2315 THANK YOU!

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Hiking

This is the best hike in Utah when it comes to the effort/reward ratio. You have waterfalls all the way up, wildflowers galore, a glacial lake, mountain goats, hummingbirds and a steady, non exhausting incline. It’s a must do without a doubt. I did Timp for the third time this year and decided to camp at Emerald lake and summit for sunrise and I highly recommend it!!!

Michael Olson reviewed The Watchman Trail
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Hiking

Be sure to do the loop at the top! It seemed most people didn’t attempt it and it is, without a doubt, the easiest and most rewarding part of the trail. Great view looking up the canyon. If you look right and can’t see up the canyon then you haven’t done the loop yet.

Mary Ann Garman reviewed Pine Hollow Trail
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Hiking
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GORGEOUS!! A bit strenuous going back up but the views are breathtaking.

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Steve Sevier reviewed Rock Creek Trail
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HikingRocky

My wife and I made a two night trip up the trail on 7/24-26 - nice trip, and it succeeded in providing solitude as well as an escape from the fireworks that really upsets our puppy. No issues on the trail other than the expected horse poop and the water crossing at East Fork about 4 miles in - there’s a nice meadow for camping just past the Ottoson Trail intersection - bugs were not bad at all. I had never hiked on the Rock Creek Trail past Ottoson - we usually head East on that trail to the beautiful basin up there - the Rock Creek trail N of Ottoson is easy walking w/a cpl of water crossings but...not many views or things to see - a couple of nice cascades and a few wild flowers along the spring flows down into the drainage. Our intention was to get up to Helen & Lightening Lakes on day two and come back to our camp - we went up about 5.5 miles and came back - I had misread the distance to those lakes and thought we should be there at that point, but we needed two more miles. Campsite was our highlight for the day. Day 3 we packed up and headed home, but not before a Bull moose wandered into our campsite twice before we left. We only saw two other packers above the East Fork crossing in three days. Recommended for: 1) solitude, 2) the campsite(s) at 5 miles in, 3) easy hiking, and 4) Moose sighting! 1 star removed for poor views after 5 miles, although we were 2 miles short of the trail terminus. Happy Hiking!

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Yoshiko Kandori reviewed Mount Timpanogos via Timpooneke Trail
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Hiking

Loved it!

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Horseback ridingBridge out

Great trail with beautiful scenery but there’s a lot of dead fall on the trail and the a lot of the bridges are still burned out.

Andy Weuling reviewed Mount Tukuhnikivatz Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fun climb, pretty easy trail until the saddle and then nice chunky talus. I went for the straight up option and had a blast! Views are killer! Bug warning though would be that you should use the East access road and have a car that can go through 8” of water... I didn’t feel safe putting my Impreza through it and opted to hike the 5 miles left to the trailhead.

Daren Lentz reviewed White Pine Lake Trail
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Hiking

7/28/2020 Great hike. Very beautiful. The lake was amazing. It rained on us a little in the morning. I am 30 pounds overweight and out of shape. My wife and I have started hiking as a life change. So we were a little slower than most people. My gps had 4 miles one way. It took us 2.5 hours to get to the lake. It took us 2 hours to get back. I love this hike. The trail condition was good. Easy to walk on.

Geri Rosenberg reviewed Highline Trail
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HikingOver grownRocky

Started on 7/25 at McKee Draw with our group of 3, made it westward to Hayden Pass on 8/3, and we had leisurely afternoons daily (finished hiking by ~1pm). Water in the first 20 miles was no issue at all, sometimes ~1/2 mile off-trail (and we chose to chemically treat near all the cow patties). It was easy to lose the trail on that part, but it was also easy to lose the trail in later basins so just be sure to bring a GPS. The trail was totally empty until Painter Basin/King’s Peak and then empty until we got about 5 miles from Hayden Pass trailhead. The weather was perfect, we chose to be off the passes by late morning so that when the afternoon storms rolled in, we could shelter in our tents, but we only encountered rainstorms twice and never any significant thunder. We saw elk, moose, marmots, pika, and all the wildlife we could want. The mosquitoes and flies were rough once we got to camp, but they weren’t much of an issue while hiking. All in all, quite challenging at the beginning with a 10-day food carry but once our packs got lighter and we got used to 10,000/11,000 ft elevation, this trail was a delight.

Michael Shepherd reviewed White Pine Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!

Amazing day! Started early, hammocks by noon enjoying the lake, and down by dinner! We did see a moose too!

Dante Myers reviewed The Watchman Trail
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Hiking

It was super easy to access right off the visitor center parking lot. Some decent elevation gained but nothing intense follows the river until you cross the street. Gives a decent view of the area except for the bus station below and visitor center that sort of ruins the natural view. We wanted to do angel or the narrows but due to the algae, COVID and need for a shuttle pass we were left with only a couple of trails.

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Leslie Miller reviewed Naturalist Basin Trail
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Hiking

For a shorter hike, this one definitely has some beautiful lakes. Stayed at Jordan Lake on Sat & then headed up to Shaler, Faxon, Leconte, Blue & Morat lakes on Sun on the way out. Jordan has loads of camping but make sure you camp 200’ from the lake & trail. There’s a beautifully ice cold waterfall that’s easy to get to right on the far side of the lake. Lots of wildflowers around the lake too. The lake itself was perfect for a swim & the aft clouds made for a beautiful sunrise. Lots of people fishing too but they never got in anyone’s way. I expected it to be more crowded for a wknd but it wasn’t bad at all. After leaving Jordan Lake, the trail does disappear a lot but it’s pretty open so you can find your way to the next lakes. Lots of people camped by Blue & Morat lakes. I did the loop counterclockwise & there was a steep descent down to Morat lakes-it’s not bad but you just need to watch your footing with the loose rock & sand. Other than this little steep portion, the trail is very easy to hike. The burn area in the beginning by Shaler lake is surprisingly beautiful too & there’s some beautiful wildflowers there. Overall, I loved this hike & will definitely be back.

Chris Ramos reviewed Lake Mary Trail
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Hiking

Breathtaking trail! Wildflowers galore! Saw beautiful birds! The crystal clear lake is AMAZING!

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HikingGreat!RockySnow

Amazing trail with, rewarding views the entire time, if you like waterfalls, alpine meadows, my goats, snow fields, glacier lakes and destroying your legs this is the hike for you. It was hot and I had 4 liters of water and could have had 7 lol this was my 9 th summit but the last we’re 15 years ago, trail is packed with hikers this was definitely the busiest I had ever seen it! Still on my must do lists!

Meredith Dunn reviewed Lake Mary Trail
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Hiking

Great hike for families. Kids 4-10 did great. Amazing views and wildflowers.

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BackpackingRocky

Backpacked up into the first meadow then finished the second day. Most water dried out around beginning of August, little stream you can fill up around 5.5 just above the 2nd meadow. Fun hike tho.

Chad Morris reviewed The Pine Creek Box Trail
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Amazing hike. We made it a two night backpacking trip in late May and it seemed like perfect timing. Super gorgeous. We saw lots of fish, but very little wildlife. Like others, our GPS gave us just over 10 miles one way. We did the second day without packs, just food. There is lots of shade and river crossings, so maybe later summer would work, but I'd stick with spring time.

Danny Moorman reviewed King's Peak via Henry's Fork Trail
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Backpacking

Had an amazing time hiking all around Henry’s Fork trail. Started Thursday morning and camped near Dollar Lake that night. Caught a brown trout at Dollar at sunset. Beautiful sunsets up there. Started up Gunsight around 7 and took Painters Basin for a scenic and safer route. Had great weather but had prepared for rain since last year we got soaking wet. I love how many lakes and other peaks are visible and close by the area! We went back down to camp for the night. Next morning we decided to cut across the valley to Henry’s Fork Lake and ran into 4 moose (2 cows and 2 calves) we sat silently and watched them move around the lake where one of the moms swam around for a while. All in all an absolutely beautiful trail and area. Bring extra shoes in case of rain

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