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Moderate Hikes

Get to a beautiful destination in an afternoon with these moderate hikes. These hikes are a little more strenuous, though still suitable for most healthy adults*.

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    Bald Mountain

    At 11,943 feet above sea level, Bald Mountain is the highest Uinta peak on the west side of the Mirror Lake Highway. It also happens to be one of the easiest summits in the entire Uinta range.

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    Broken Bow Arch

    Broken Bow Arch is a stunning natural arch located in a remote desert canyon near the end of the Escalante’s famous Hole-in-the-Rock Road.

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    Chesler Park

    Massive sandstone pillars, narrow crevices, and sweeping views across a unique desert grassland make Chesler Park one of the best hikes in Canyonlands.

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    Escalante River

    The Escalante River offers outstanding scenery as it winds through a deep canyon gorge in the heart of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

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    Fifth Water Hot Springs

    Also known as Diamond Fork Hot Springs, Fifth Water is a classic Wasatch hike to a fantastic natural hot spring featuring deep soaking pools, majestic waterfalls, and fantastic mountain scenery.

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    Ibantik Lake

    With sparkling teal waters and towering cliffs, Ibantik Lake provides alpine scenery comparable to other harder-to-reach areas in the Uintas. Ibantik Lake makes for a good half-day hike or a quick overnight backpacking trip.

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    Jack's Mountain

    Jack’s Mountain is a scenic viewpoint located in the foothills above Salt Lake City that serves as a memorial for a young boy named Jack Edwards who died of Leukemia in 1995.

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    Kanarra Creek

    Kanarra Creek flows through a gorgeous canyon featuring majestic waterfalls and beautiful narrows with sculpted sandstone walls.

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    Little Wild Horse Canyon

    With seemingly endless narrows and easy access, Little Wild Horse Canyon is one of the best non-technical, family-friendly slot canyon hikes in the state of Utah.

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    Lofty Lake

    Perched in a high valley between two 11,000-foot peaks, Lofty Lake is a great summertime hiking destination.

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    Lower Maidenwater Canyon

    With a perennial stream, deep pools, and long stretches of beautifully sculpted narrows, Lower Maidenwater Canyon is a great hike for experienced desert hikers.

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    Salt Lake Valley Overlook

    This hike follows the Desolation Trail to a rock outcropping along a ridge in Millcreek Canyon, offering hikers fantastic views of the Salt Lake Valley and beyond.

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    The Living Room

    The Living Room is a classic Salt Lake City hike to a scenic viewpoint above the city, complete with stone chairs to relax and take in the view.

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    Timpanogos Cave

    The Timpanogos Cave hike combines a scenic and strenuous mountainside trail with the unique experience of exploring a dark, subterranean world full of fascinating formations.

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    Upper Little Death Hollow

    Little Death Hollow is a beautiful slot canyon in the remote Circle Cliffs area of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

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    Waterfall Canyon

    Waterfall Canyon is a popular family hike in the foothills above Ogden. The trail climbs up a steep canyon to the base of a beautiful 200-foot waterfall.