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Jake W.
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HikingNo shade

Steep trail and will be easy if you’re fit. If you ride the couch a bit more than the average person you may need a 2 minute breather 2/3 of the way up but it’s a nice view and very popular because it’s close to downtown. Everyone who lives around here has probably hiked this at least once before.

Chris Memmott
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Hiking

Wrong route on the maps for the last .8 miles to Murdock Peak. It ended up not being worth the effort to get to the peak once I hit the end of the trail since there was no shade up there. Nevertheless it was a gorgeous relaxing hike to the end, which is the top of the ski lifts for PC. Came across a female moose on the trail. She stared me down for 10 minutes before sauntering off. Made me nervous enough to scout trees to hustle my fat ass up in case she charged. Fun times!

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Julia C.
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HikingFee

So many dogs. It was the absolute best.

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Esteban Peralta
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HikingBugsFee

Beautiful hike. Fair amount of bugs though

Chris Memmott
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Cass Goodman
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HikingScrambleWashed out
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Alex Stark
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RunningNo shadeOver grown

Not a bad trail for an easier trail run. Not very many people on the trail and prettier setting than the city but nothing noteworthy to see. Not much shade in the morning and overgrown in a few spots.

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Betsy Barker
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HikingRockyScramble
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Mack Wing
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HikingFeeOver grown

My favorite peak, gorgeous trail! Little bit of everything and lots of shade until the last half mile. Last mile is the steepest part so save your energy. Some of the best views up top and on the way down you can swing by dog lake for the pup to cool off. Nobody seems to go to Reynolds Peak, just dog lake, so spending time at the top alone was bliss. I started the trail at 5:45 and passed maybe 3 people, on the way down I passed over 30.

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Barry Urry
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Hiking

A beautiful trail! My wife and I did this today and enjoyed every step.

Betsy Ruch
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HikingFee

Such a fun little hike to dog lake. I went Sunday July 5 so lots of people but wide enough trail to let people pass and be able to distance yourself along the way. Lots of dogs which was great! The lake was awesome too highly recommend if you have a dog. Go on off number days though so there’s no bikers. Parking is crazy.. when you’re on the road close-park wherever you see a spot.. from where we parked to dog lake I tracked about 9 miles so just be prepared for extra!

Max Andrew
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Hiking

Steep one. Fun though. Alltrails route doesn't go all the way to the summit so went off path for a bit. Started about 2 hours before sunset and had shade the entire hike.

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Kim Heimsath
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Hiking

Awesome time for wildflowers-paintbrush superb, but at least 30 species in bloom. Not many folks (Monday) but extending over to the Super Condor lift bikers were scary & not paying attention! However-that’s where the very best flowers were!! Wouldn’t miss it!! Hiked w Robin.

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Blake Smith
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Hiking

Great hike. It's really close to the city. It's a bit easier than the Living Room, but fairly similar in overall difficulty. I started today at 9:50am and the temperature ended up being very nice. There was a nice breeze for most of the hike. It's probably best to start before 9am or in the evening, during the summer, since there's very little shade. This is a very popular hike so you're likely to see a lot of people and dogs during peak hours. And sometimes a lot of mountain bikes in the first part of the hike. If you're feeling like a much more difficult challenge, go farther to Black Mountain, but start much earlier.

Ben Otte
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HikingOver grown

Nice trail except for a quarter mile section right after the fork to go up to the peak where it is very overgrown. Still easy enough to follow and the views of Park City are worth it.

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Shalee Schmidt
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HikingRocky

We made it to the mine today! It was gloriously beautiful! The trail is pretty rocky nearly the entire way. But it’s worth the effort

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John H.
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Hiking

Steep short hike. Good for adults and kids. Nice views from the top.

Sanders Shoultz Sylvain
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HikingRocky

It’s a great trails for an easy hike to watch the sunset very good for dates. It overlooks the whole city!

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Robert Korycinski
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Hiking

Beautiful views for the entire trail!! Also really quiet - I only saw 3 other hikers for my entire hike! Lots of sun exposure, so make sure you wear sunscreen and bring lots of water.

Becky Jensen
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Hiking

Was only planning to do Dog Lake today, but had energy so I continued on to Desolation. So glad I did! The Dog-Desolation portion was easy, had few people, and was just gorgeous! And Desolation lake is 10 times better than Dog Lake so for me the extra 5 miles was really worth it. Even on a Sat and a holiday, it didn’t seem busy. Got parking just fine at 9:30 am and the bikers were courteous. Pleasant weather and breeze at the lake and the lake is a gorgeous aqua color, just so beautiful!

Zach Swailes
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HikingFee

Awesome trail. We parked just below the end of the road at the overspill parking. You can hop on to a connector for the big water trail. The big water trail is way less steep, but much longer than little water. We took little water down and it was hardly any switchbacks so much steeper and more slippery. But it was shorter and you can get crear views of the stream and water. Not too busy at all!

Kelly Hazard
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HikingNo shade
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Stephanie Timm
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Hiking

Great trail. Lots of sun exposure, but great view at the end. Didn’t see any snakes. Definitely start early in the morning in the summer

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Lyndsey Stram
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Hiking

Beautiful! Start early, it gets busy with mountain bikers and people.

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Michael S.
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Hiking

9.7 miles round trip from restrooms in Spruces Campground to ridge line above mines via Silverfork overlook.

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