Hiking to the Window of the Wasatch is a perfect, short hike with amazing views of - you guessed it, the Wasatch Mountains! About This hike is most easily accessed from City Creek Canyon and can be done as short at 4.6
The Arches Trail in Losee Canyon is near Bryce Canyon National Park, and is dog & kid friendly! About The Arches Trail is a super easy, yet very rewarding hike. It is a small 0.7-mile loop that passes several arches, and hoodoos,
Ben Lomond Peak is the prominent peak above Ogden, Utah in the Northern Wasatch Mountains and sits at an elevation of 9,711 ft! About Ben Lomond Peak can be access from four different trails - North Skyline Trail (this blog post), Willard
Toll Canyon is located in Summit Park, Utah, starting behind the new Discovery Ridge neighborhood. This trail is surrounded by private property with limited parking, so starting at the Arclyon Trail is the best starting point for hikers.
Hiking to the Pfeifferhorn in Little Cottonwood Canyon is a peak baggers dream! This peak sits at an elevation of 11,329 ft! About The trail follows forested route that passes an alpine lake, Red Pine Lake, before reaching the ridge, and then
Ant Knolls (9.852 ft) is a nice peak on the backside of the Wasatch Mountains, near Midway, Utah. The summit offers amazing views into American Fork Canyon, and into the Heber Valley.
Hiking Alaska Basin in Wyoming is a popular destination for backpackers and runners, as it passes alpine meadows, streams, rocky mountains, and is filled with wildflowers. About Alaska Basin is in the Jedidiah Smith Wilderness and is home to the Teton Shelf,
Medicine Bow Peak (12,018 ft) is the highest peak in the Snowy Range in the Medicine Bow Mountains of Wyoming. About Medicine Bow Peak is also the highest point in southern Wyoming. It is about 35 miles west of Laramie, WY, and
Black Crook Peak (91,93 ft) is the highest point in the Sheeprock Mountains of Utah, about an hour and fifteen minutes southwest of Tooele, UT.
Fay Canyon Arch in Sedona, AZ is a popular hiking area, mainly for Fay Canyon, however, most people do not realize there is a very large arch to see as well! About Fay Canyon Arch only has 12 feet of separation between