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cross country skiing
dogs on leash
I have done this trail four times in the past month and can't get enough! The beginning is a bit of a climb. The trail levels out when it connects to the pipeline trail and is easy from there. The views at the end of the overlook are perfect for catching a sunset over SLC.
well marked, lots of different things to see: forest; waterfalls; open brush, vistas and a peak where you can see all of Salt Lake City but turn around and see nothing but mountains. just a little bit of snow left and plenty of room at the top for lots of groups to sit and enjoy the views.
A lot steeper than I imagined, It was a great workout though! I do not recommend doing on a hot sunny day, no shade! We hiked it around 12-2:30ish and it was pretty busy! Lots of adults, kids and dogs of all sizes. It was a very neat place once we reached the top!! Our pup really enjoyed being off leash and able to explore. We came down a different/longer way but we were geocaching so that always leads ya in crazy directions!