Category: Utah Valley Trails

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Lone Peak

Lone Peak is the dramatic cliff and mountain top dividing Salt Lake and Utah valleys. At 11,253′ above sea level, it stands nearly 7,000′ above the valley floors, and most approaches don’t waste too...

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Jacob’s Ladder

Note: this map was recorded during a search and rescue operation from top to bottom of the Jacob’s Ladder route, but from only a mile or so past the wilderness boundary. It descends to...

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Fort Canyon

Description: Distance: Elevation gain: Steepness: Notable Features: Amenities: Fees: When to go: Directions: Photos: Mountains, lakes and other features accessed: Connecting & cross trails: Download GPX:

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Rock Canyon

Description: this canyon could hardly be named anything else as it’s packed with some of the most dramatic rock structures you’ll ever see! The lower half of the canyon is packed with climbing routes,...

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Wanroads

Description: Distance: Elevation gain: Steepness: Notable Features: Amenities: Fees: When to go: Directions: Photos: Mountains, lakes and other features accessed: Connecting & cross trails: Download GPX:

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Monks Hollow

Description: Distance: Elevation gain: Steepness: Notable Features: Amenities: Fees: When to go: Directions: Photos: Mountains, lakes and other features accessed: Connecting & cross trails: Download GPX:

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Second Water

Description: Six drainages named First Water, Second Water, etc. pour down the mountain from the Sheep Creek road (17 miles up Spanish Fork Canyon) and #3-6 all run into #2 before emptying into Diamond...