Utah Hiking Guide

Utah hiking trails by region

Bells Canyon
Cecret Lake
Desolation Lake
Desolation Trail to Salt Lake Overlook
Gobblers Knob
Honeycomb Cliffs
Lake Blanche and Sundial Peak
The Living Room
Mount Aire
Mount Millicent
Mount Olympus
Mount Raymond
Mount Tuscarora
Mount Van Cott
Mount Wire
Mount Wolverine
Neff’s Canyon
Parley’s Nature Park
Storm Mountain
Sugarloaf Peak
Sunset Peak
Twin Lakes Pass
White Pine Lake

Mount Nebo

Buckhorn Wash
Cohab Canyon in Capitol Reef National Park
Cottonwood Wash in Capitol Reef National Park
Delano Peak
Navajo Knobs Trail in Capitol Reef National Park
Sulphur Creek in Capitol Reef National Park

Arches National Park
Arches National Park: Devil’s Garden Loop
Chelser Park in Canyonlands National Park
Lost Canyon in Canyonlands National Park

Bryce Canyon: Queens Garden/Navajo Trail Loop
Bryce Canyon: Yellow Creek
Coyote Gulch
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Lower Calf Creek Falls
Peek-a-Boo, Spooky and Brimstone Gulch
Zion National Park: Emerald Pools
Zion National Park: Hidden Canyon
Zion National Park: Keyhole Canyon
Zion National Park: Observation Point
Zion National Park: Pine Creek Canyon
Zion National Park: Riverside Walk
Zion National Park: The Subway
Zion National Park: Watchman Trail
Zion National Park: Weeping Rock

A1 Peak
Mount Agassiz
Duck Lake
Hidden Lake
Kings Peak
Naturalist Basin
Notch Mountain Trail/Wall Lake
Packard Lake
Red Castle
Scudder Lake
Shingle Creek

Deseret Peak
Wheeler Peak in Nevada

2 comments for “Utah Hiking Guide

  1. Christina Anderson
    June 11, 2011 at 10:45 am

    You guys have missed all the wonderful trails in Northern Utah, especially Cache County. Tony’s Grove, High Creek Canyon, Mt Naomi, etc. Like to see some of these on the site, although with more people knowing about them it might get crowded. LOL! I have some beautiful pics of all these places.

  2. June 11, 2011 at 10:54 am

    I wouldn’t say we missed the trails in Northern Utah, we just haven’t gotten around to hiking them yet! The guide is a constant work in progress and we add new trails as we hike them ourselves. There’s only two of us submitting hikes right now, so it’s going to take a long time!

    That being said, we’re always looking for new contributors for the website. If you’re interested, you can write articles about those hikes and we’ll publish them! Let us know…

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