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Claire Leonard reviewed Dog Lake via Big Water Trail
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HikingGreat!

I completed this hike on a Monday - arrived at 10am, found parking easily, weather was great, and I saw a handful of folks on the trail/at the lake. Definitely keep pups on leash on even-numbered days. The trail is narrow enough that you really need them under control when a bike comes around the corner.

Reed Williams reviewed Copper Pit Overlook
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Great hike

Terri Hayes reviewed Malan's Peak Trail
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HikingGreat!

definitely kicked my butt! shady the first half then a little more sun the second. definitely an incline the whole way to the top. stream is almost dried up but the dogs were still able to take a drink. beautiful views.

Alex Stark reviewed Wild Rose Trail
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Hiking

Pretty shaded trail with some nice views of the valley.

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HikingBugsGreat!

The wild flowers are crazy right now! such a pretty trail and not too many people.

Natalie K reviewed Clyde Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!

Amazing. Started up to Clyde and wrapped around the back to end at Wall Lake, just under 7 miles. Entire trail was very clearly marked. The flowers, endless lakes, views and trail were all perfection. The elevation gain is very gradual, not much of a workout for a human but the dogs smiled from ear to ear. Love, love, love this one!!! Arrived around 10am on Monday morning and passed on a few folks on the trail.

Lauren Wheeler reviewed Green Pond Trail
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Hiking

Hiked upper green pond on 8-10-20. It was nice and shaded. There were no steep inclines. We hiked down a little dirt path to the pond and (literally) ran into a moose 10 feet to the side of us. Very cool and slightly terrifying experience lol

Charlie Maynard reviewed Shafer Trail
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OHV/Off Road DrivingGreat!
Sabrina McCuen reviewed Slate Canyon Loop Trail
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Hiking

We saw two moose!! Incredible, but slightly terrifying. Maybe that is rare because I haven’t seen that in any other reviews. The way up was spectacular with enough gradually sloping portions to break up the uphill slog. Really fantastic hike and beautiful trees once you get past the rocky part of slate canyon. Started at 7 am and it was shady until about 9.

Audrey Sternberg reviewed Confluence Overlook Trail
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HikingGreat!No shadeRocky

This was one of my favorite trails on my whole Utah trip! Being from the East and unused to desert trails, we had a hard time finding the start. Follow the stacked rocks as there are no blazes like we are used to following. After we figured that out we had the best time. The scenery was varied and beautiful the whole way. Where the rivers meet does not disappoint! If going in the summer, start as early as possible to avoid the heat

Marcus Johnson reviewed Three Falls Trail via Peak Trail
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it is definitely a good mt bike trail but it didn't feel like much of a hike as off to the side you can see a bunch of construction in neighborhoods. the "waterfalls" at the end were underwhelming as i wasn't sure if it was part of the stream and as a photographer no good view point or spots to climb down. good for a workout though

Lauren McClure reviewed White Rim OHV Trail
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Did this solo last week in a stock 2020 Tacoma off-road, which tackled everything well. I went clockwise (starting at Schafer switchbacks) and camped overnight at Murphy's A based on the rec of another reviewer - this campsite is fantastic! A giant rock for shade, great views, out of direct sight/earshot of B and C. The campsite at White Crack also looked really nice. The road up Murphy's Hogback was badly washed out, but it's passable in 4 Lo with some skill. Hardscrabble seemed like it had some maintenance done recently. Steep, narrow, and winding for sure, but the road itself was in great shape for that section. Most of the road is a relatively easy drive, but there are definitely tricky sections. A paper map with mile markers is a must. Look for stacked rocks and don't hesitate to get out of the car and look to see where the road goes prior to a hill - lots of steep, blind turns. Overall this was a fantastic trail!

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HikingFee

Pretty easy hike... wild flower were gorgeous! We did see a moose too! Definitely a repeat trail...

K R reviewed Rock Canyon Trail
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Running

Hot in the summer. Fairly steep grade. Really pretty when the creek is flowing though. Lots of places to scramble and climb.

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Destina Bermejo reviewed Quail Creek Mountain Bike Trail
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HikingNo shade

My friend and I started walking on this trail when it was 100°F + outside around 4-5ish PM which was our first mistake. We made it halfway but the heat was too unbearable for us to continue on. It’s a nice view of the Quail Creek Lake across the street but it was way too hot for us to walk out there. It would’ve been fine if it wasn’t so hot. It’s not a hard walking/mountain bike trail to go on but there’s not much shade. We started walking on this trail because the Red Cliff trail was closed off. We went on August 1.

Jamie G. reviewed Jones Ranch Trail
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Once again

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Jo Ann Sutherland reviewed Pierce Park Forebay Loop
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RunningGreat!

Best trails ever!

Makayla Shearer reviewed Ensign Peak Trail and Overlook
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Hiking

Quite elevated hike. Saw several rattle snakes.

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Joshua Fanos reviewed Battle Creek Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!

One of the easiest hikes in the Valley. You see lots of families with young kids. Just a fun hike to do!

Danica Bisig reviewed Tibble Fork Loop Trail
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Hiking

This is a beautiful trail but the dirt bikers really ruin it, and I don’t understand why they’re aloud on it. They tear up the trail and make it super dangerous for anyone in the trail. The signs are very misleading and the “Tibble fork loop trail” is really two separate trails. Make sure you take the Mud trail when you get to the fork not the Tibble fork one because it takes you to salamander flats. Really sad that Utah county doesn’t care enough to make the trails safe and easy to follow.

Robert Williams reviewed Sardine Peak Trail
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Hiking

Dusty and very dry.

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Gregg Erickson reviewed Jacob City Loop
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OHV/Off Road DrivingNo shade

Easy trail with many great views. One fairly narrow spot my 72” wide RZR squeaked through. Would consider this an easy trail. Only bad part was someone backed into my new enclosed trailer....no note, major damage.

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HikingBugs

Beautiful! If you’re doing this one during wildflower season, do yourself a favor and start at Albion Basin, going through Albion Meadow to hook into the trailhead. Adds about 2 miles round trip, but the switchbacks through the meadow surrounded by wildflowers are 100% worth it. (Plus you avoid the fees and lines for parking at Catherine Pass.) Went up August 4th, and the wildflowers were just past peak but still lovely. Saw hummingbirds in abundance and four bull moose. One thing to note is that this trail comes up and over a ridge before going down to Catherine. Meaning if you want to get close to the lake, then the back out will involve an initial climb. Not a huge deal; it just isn’t like most of the other mountain lake hikes where the lake is at the high point of the trail.

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HikingOver grown

Epic hike! Definitely either bring your GPS or download AllTrails Pro for this one. You'll also want plenty of sunscreen and water (I went through about 3L). I'm neither a particularly fast nor slow hiker, and I was out for about 8.5 hours today. Beginning of the hike is mellow with lots of shade. The Great Western Trail transitions to a road for a couple of miles. You'll want to hang left on to the Upper City Creek trail (there's a sign that says "no bikes" at the turnoff). This is the section that is quite overgrown in parts. Prepare to be covered in burr seeds! The half mile or so to the peak is fairly steep (probably Class 2), and this is where the trail can be hardest to follow. However, you can see the peak the whole way. There's a mailbox at the top where you can document that you reached the summit. Spotted a deer and lots of wild pheasant near the top.

Carly Steele Johnson reviewed Rattlesnake Gulch Trail
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Hiking

More moderate for me because of the altitude, but a nice length! Beautiful view at the top

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