Other Hiking Trails
The hike to Battle Creek Falls is a kid and dog friendly hike the whole family will enjoy. The trail begins east of the Kiwanis Park and starts out as a large service road with little elevation gain. The trail meanders its way up Battle Creek Canyon, which was named after an Indian battle with settlers during the winter of 1848-1849. Read More!
Few places on this planet can compare to the pristine beauty that defines Lower Calf Creek Falls. When you picture a desert oasis, this is the place that springs to mind. It is a majestic waterfall that will steal your breath away. Read More!
Utah’s Uinta Mountains are well known for pristine mountain lakes, towering peaks, and gorgeous scenery. Visitors can enjoy many outdoor activities such as camping, sightseeing, photography, fishing, and of course hiking. Read More!
The Adams Canyon Trail is one of the most beautiful, scenic trails we have experienced in some time. This trail is the second most popular trail in Davis County and for good reasons: accessibility, beautiful scenery, shade, water, and the reward of the 40-foot Adams Waterfall for those who push on to the top. Read More!
The Frary Peak Trail is just one of the many trails available on the island. This trail takes you on a 3.08 mile journey providing spectacular views, and up close scenery you can only enjoy on foot. Read More!
The Red Cliffs Recreation Area offers many hiking trails that lead you through beautiful red rock formations and desert landscapes. The Red Reef trail is a six mile long trail that leads from the Red Cliffs Recreation Area to the Cottonwood Canyon Wilderness Area. Read More!
Stewart Falls is a beautiful three-tier waterfall located on the east side of Mt.Timpanogos. Rated one of the most popular hiking destinations in Utah, Stewart Falls can be enjoyed by families of all ages and hiking abilities. The falls can be reached from two different locations; Aspen Grove or the Sundance Resort. Read More!
Get up close and personal to the BLOCK U that sits 5300 feet above sea level over looking the University of Utah and surrounding Salt Lake Valley. This landmark was first constructed in 1905 and improved over the years with concrete, lights and erosion control. Read More!
Located about 7 miles up Payson Canyon is the Grotto Trail, commonly known as Grotto Falls. The trail is short, wide, with little elevation gain making it a great trail for all ages. The hike begins from the parking area just off the Mount Nebo Loop Road. Read More!
Less than one mile up Maple Canyon is the Box Canyon Hiking trail. There will be a pull out to your right and the trail head will appear to be nothing more then a dry streambed. This trail is unmarked so as you head up the canyon keep a lookout to your right for this pull out. Read More!
The trailhead for the Huge Cave is located approx 1.8 miles up Maple Canyon; there are two areas to park at the end of the Maple Canyon Campground. The trailhead is located on the left hand side of the road. This trail is not marked Huge Cave but has a sign listing the Right Fork, Middle Fork and View Point trails. Read More!
The Sound Of Silence Hiking Trail is the second point of interest on the Tilted Rocks Auto Tour. This trail is a moderated to difficult 3-mile route that will take you through arid landscapes, towering stone walls, and down dark red paths. The beginning of this hike takes you through a flat sage brush valley and makes its way into a tree and brush covered wash with views of towering stone walls. Read More!
Hog Canyon is one of the box canyons that Josie Morris used as a natural corral by fencing off the narrow end of the canyon. This trail begins to the east of the Josie Morris Cabin, Dinosaur National Monument. This trail will lead you past Josie's chicken coop and a pond that stored water from her natural spring. Read More!