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Fun easy day hike

hiking
10 hours ago

Went early to avoid the crowds. Moderate hike. Take the sidetrail to view some very cool petroglyphs on your way back to the parking lot.

Beautiful hike with more hoodoos than I have ever seen. Suggest taking the Navajo trail down and Queens Garden Trail up. Bring water and enjoy the views!

hiking
12 hours ago

14 hours ago

Beautiful, but packed with 'lot lizzards' as it's close to the parking areas in some places.

The start of this loop at Fairyland point is awesome. Take this trail if you want to get away from people. We saw maybe 15 people total in the 8 miles it so.
Strenuous but worthwhile. The Fairyland area doesn't have as many hoodoos but the solitude is worth it.

Water is pretty low, but still pretty and worth the short hike up

A bit of snow on Saturday made the summit not quite safe, so we turned around at the knife edge. Great views from the ridge!

hiking
14 hours ago

Starts out rather mild for the first 1.5 miles and then gets rather steep. Great trail with wonderful payoff at the lake. This could be hard for people with knee problems because of the vertical gain coming down.

short trip to the main waterfall with a bunch of trail beyond it following a stream the whole way. beautiful

on Phospate Trail Loop

hiking
15 hours ago

Nice trail for early autumn with leaves beginning to turn. The marked access point is has no parking so Wow Pine trail parking is your option.

on Wow Pine Canyon Trail

hiking
15 hours ago

Used as access to Phosphate Loop. A little confusing on the return with a couple of side trails.

We actually did the Deuel Creek South Trail this morning, and it was gorgeous! Because the trail is along a steep ravine and has some rocks to scale, I'd say only bring kids 7 years old and up. We'll have to try the North Trail another morning!

hiking
16 hours ago

Attempted to do this trail because it is close to my place. Definitely make sure you have a vehicle that can handle gravel roads. Its about 3 miles of gravel roads. Unfortunately, I was unable to go on the trail because the gate was locked with no information posted anywhere.

hiking
17 hours ago

Took my puppy and she could handle it.