The Best 8 Trails in Salt Lake City for Visitors are right out the backdoor, within a 30 minute drive, and range in difficulty for all levels of hikers. Whether you are visiting for a day, or a week, each of these hikes will provide amazing views of the Salt Lake Valley. I've ranked 8 hikes from easy to hard, with a mix of kid- and dog- friendly. Do you have visitors coming into town, but not sure what to recommend? Link them to this list for an easy, one page post, on some of the best local hikes. Click on the link for each hike to learn more!
Humphreys Peak is the Arizona State High Point, and sits at 12,637 ft! Located within the Kachina Peaks Wilderness and Coconino National Forest, Humphreys Peaks is the highest of a group of dormant volcanic peaks known as the San Francisco Peaks. About Along this 5
Cascade Springs is a large artesian spring with naturally-terraced cascades and pools, located in American Fork Canyon. Over 7 million gallons of water flow through the springs each day. Cascade Springs isn't a hike, but more of a really easy, casual stroll.
Hiking the Deer Creek Trail in Deer Creek State Park, follows the western edge of the reservoir from North to South, and is a segment of the Provo-Jordan River Parkway Trail. About This wide, dirt path is currently 7.5 miles one way, however,