The Little and Big Water Trails are located in Mill Creek Canyon, which is located outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. Drive to the Upper Big Water trailhead by following Mill Creek Canyon Road until it dead ends (about nine miles of slow driving). A park fee or prepaid pass is required upon exiting the canyon. Continue reading “Mill Creek Canyon – Little and Big Water Trails – Salt Lake City, Utah”
Little Cottonwood Trail starts at the entrance to Little Cottonwood Canyon and follows Little Cottonwood Creek east. Continue reading “Little Cottonwood Trail – Hiking, Running, MTB – Salt Lake City, UT”
Cecret Lake is about 10 miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon Road and east of Salt Lake City, Utah. Continue reading “Cecret Lake Trail – Albion Basin Campground, Utah”
From Salt Lake City, Silver Lake Interpretive Trail was about 14 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon Road. Continue reading “Silver Lake Interpretive Trail – Hiking, Fishing, Moose – Salt Lake City, UT”
From Salt Lake City, Doughnut Falls was about nine miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon Road and near the Jordan Pines campground. Continue reading “Doughnut Falls – Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah”
We visited Moab, Utah for Memorial Day weekend in 2009. We had a lot of fun exploring Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, and mountain biking on slickrock trails. Continue reading “Hiking and Mountain Biking Trails in Moab, Utah”
The following map displays all of the Utah hiking, mountain biking, and cross country ski trails we have documented on this blog. Zoom-in to get a closer view of a region and click on a map marker to access a link to its corresponding blog post. Each blog post includes a map, pictures, anecdotes, directions, and videos. Please let us know if you have suggestions or if you find a mistake.