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There are lakes, rivers and streams to hike and see. Great way to get out of the smog and get some exercise. Ski resorts Solitude and Brighton are both outstanding. Always a nice scenic drive especially during the fall. There are also picnic areas, rock...More
In my opinion, there is no better place in the United States for access to a vast array of mountain adventures than Salt Lake City, Utah. Big Cottonwood Canyon is just minutes away from all the amenities of the city, but when you get there...More
We are all way visit this beautiful all most top of mountain when guest come, it all ways nice place to go walk around pond trail, lots a wood and very fresh refleeling, it is ok dress shoes but camping booth will be better to...More
There are so many beautiful hikes around this Canyon. Easy; Moderate and Challenge hikes. July is the Peak season to see wild flowers, Mooses; Deer etc...
Easy hike is Secret Lake at Alta, Red Pine Lake; White Pine Lake etc... More charllenge hikes like Wolverine...More
Big Cottonwood Canyon is a place of largely untouched Alpine beauty. We took out-of-state friends there for dinner, had a walk around the lake at Brighton, and watched a moose saunter off into the sunset.
If you have a chance make sure to at least drive through big Cottonwood canyon. If you have time get out and do some of the hikes. Most are easy with plenty of parking road side. There are several water falls you can hike to...More
This was a wonderful trip to share with my boyfriend on his first trip to the Western US, a place to share a lovely day of hiking and a lunch with beautiful views of the mountains and ski slopes in the summer,
I would recommend a rental car. The canyon goes for about 15 miles or so. There are a lot of different areas that you can hike or bike into. Uber would be pretty expensive, not to mention you could lose cell connection in... More
I would recommend a rental car. The canyon goes for about 15 miles or so. There are a lot of different areas that you can hike or bike into. Uber would be pretty expensive, not to mention you could lose cell connection in more secluded parts of the canyon. I hope that helps.