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fun some big homes in the area

fun but steep I would go again

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The stats on this are wrong. It's double the distance and double the incline according to many other online sources. 4 and 5 year olds did great in our group. The 2 year old's did not...wouldn't have picked this hike with 2 year olds if we'd have know accurate stats. Beautiful views though!

Its hard but really worth making it... Nice view and great people around...

Nice hiking day, decided to go to Rock Canyon in Provo. Lots of water flowing down the creek. And the sun poked through at various moments to lighten the sky and surroundings. Plants at lower elevations starting to bloom. Definitely a hike to do in the fall!

This is a great trail. Best done as a loop by taking milk canyon up to the ridge trail and then take the ridge trail south to the mud Flat trail and back to Tibble Fork. It's about a 15 mile loop but super nice

Took a wrong turn, meant to hike the Rim Trail and ended up on Fairyland Loop. Pretty strenuous hike but well worth it-great sense of accomplishment. The colors were amazing If you only have one day here, I suggest you take this trail.

This felt less like hiking and more like playing Frogger on a bicycle race track. Only twice in dozens was the rule observed "Bicycles stop for everyone." Keep your kids on a short leash or they may get run over.

Best way to enjoy this area is to make the hike in spring. Once the road opens up the hordes move in and it's a total madhouse. This is a gorgeous area and a nice moderate hike.

This is a great hike to go on, if you do go try and stay in the center of the trail. I almost got bit by a rattlesnake that was right next to the trail, but other than that it was magnificent.