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This is a really nice hike. Not challenging, but it is a great way to beat the heat. It took us about 2.5 hours to get to Elephant Rock. It looks close but the trail winds in and out so it takes longer than you think. Lots of bikers!

22 hours ago

Fun and quick stop south on the I-15. 1st pool was small but deep, and very clear and hot. The other two were bigger but very gross with tons of fish and algae. Great for kids!!!

We did the first 2.5 miles up of this trail to the overlook and it was beautiful and shady. First 1.5 along a beautiful stream. The trail is pretty steep though so not for the faint of heart or for kids. The view of the mt Olympus Wilderness was very nice before we turned around.

on Trial Lake Trail

23 hours ago

Steep. beautiful.

These canyons are an awesome little day hike. People really need to clean up after themselves better, but it's beautiful there. We enjoyed the slots so much, we went back in and night hiked them with headlamps. We were definitely the only ones in the canyon in the middle of the night! Highly recommended!

Pretty nice trail with the exception of Dog ish everywhere, the first 1/4 of the hike basically smelled like crap the entire way, kind of annoying to go on a hike out in nature and have to smell that for so long, I guess that's what you get when you go on a dog friendly hike, lesson learned, won't be doing it again.

1 day ago

It was an awesome hike. Worth every minute of the hike. Water falls were beautiful. Water is cool and fun to walk in.

Hiked 2 miles in before I saw a fresh bear track so I hightailed it back to my car. Will try again with a buddy and bear spray later. There were two huge snow fields (20+ minutes each) so I had to use GPS. Crampons would've been nice. Hiking sticks helped with the snow and two water crossings since the spring runoff was still a little strong. Again, I would've been stubborn and made it had I not seen that bear track but I'm not stupid - I don't take on bears solo.

Nice hike for the littler ones. There were lots of dogs on and off leash that they got to pet, and a stream halfway through to splash in. there was a little uphill and downhill but the path was mostly paved so it was easy.

great for biking!

1 day ago

Hiked 6/17 for a one night backpacking trip. Steep and steady trail but very manageable. Water is always available. Only had to carry one liter at a time. Camped next to lake Florence. Much more secluded and quiet. Very busy trail with day hikers but at night it clears out. Only a few other campers. Views of the canyon and antelope island and the great salt lake!