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Still some snow on the trail so that made it a little bit more difficult but definitely worth it for the amazing view at the top.

hiking
9 hours ago

Easy enough hike while still feeling like an adventure. The water is nice and it wasn't too crowded in mid May.

on Wheeler Creek Trail

9 hours ago

Spectacular views all around. Mars! A must do!

hiking
9 hours ago

Fun, easy and short. Red rock is always beautiful.

on Adams Canyon Trail

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mountain biking
9 hours ago

This was one of the first mountain biking trails I've ever done. It was challenging for a beginner, but very doable.

mountain biking
9 hours ago

This was my very first mountain bike ride ever and was great to learn on. Partially paved, with beautiful views of the lake.

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on Grotto Trail

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hiking
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trail running
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Honestly, the place isn't that hard to find. You can drive up the dirt road and park near the entrance of the National Forest. Or you can park at Mack Park and just walk/bike/run up the road which never hurt anybody. The river is beautiful and it made for an awesome trail run.

Super simple and very very very easy. The views are still stunning.

My husband and I did this trail toward the end of the day, and we saw like 2 more people. It was stunning. Great views, and the informational plaques were actually pretty cool and inspiring. It seems longer than 3 miles depending on when you do it.

hiking
9 hours ago

The crown jewel of little cottonwood canyon! I love this hike. It always surprises me how steep it is in the last mile.

hiking
9 hours ago

Really pretty loop. There's no clear destination point if you're into that. Being up there on the ridge is amazing though. I recommend starting on the south end of the loop. The north end is way more steep. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the wind caves on the other side of the canyon. Not too heavily trafficked.