Wadsworth Loop Trail

At the top of Springville canyon is a trail that follows Wadsworth Creek for about 3 miles with many stream crossings, decent shade, and a primitive camping spots. It's great for dogs and kids, but the trail can get dusty and there are a lot of cows in the canyon. I use T-Mobile and there... Continue Reading →

Hidden Haven Waterfall

Nice trail with multiple bridges, a small stream and a waterfall. If you happen to be on your way to Cedar Breaks or staying in Parowan UT, Hidden Haven trailhead is under a 10 minutes drive up the canyon and offers a quick, easy and fun hike. See the damage from a previous flood. Distance: ... Continue Reading →

Woodland Hills Switchbacks

There is some heavy equipment and personal property at the beginning of the hike which need to be avoided but once you get past that, the hike is very enjoyable. With many switchbacks and valley views this one really is quite enjoyable. Distance (RT):  3.14 miles RT    Time:             ... Continue Reading →

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park is the largest national park in Utah. It was carved by the Colorado and Green rivers. Cataract Canyon is a popular place to go river rafting. The park has four distinct areas: Island in the Sky (paved roads, visitor center, campgrounds, picnic areas)The Maze (no paved roads)The Needles (paved roads, visitor center,... Continue Reading →

Santaquin Bench Spur

The first mile of the hike is on dirt roads (this is a heavily used recreational area). The next mile is up into the canyon to a nice overlook of the valley. Overall a 3/5 star trail. Distance (RT):  4.0    Time:                    2 hoursStart:     ... Continue Reading →

Three Springs Trail

If you need a good calf workout, this trail may be a good one for you. With over 2000sf elevation gain in just two miles distance, you are walking an almost 20% slope. Distance:        4.0 (I only made it 3.5)     Time:                    3... Continue Reading →

Rock Canyon Trail

Easy backpacking adventure for our kids - close to home, hiking all downhill, beautiful fall colors, drinking fountains. Distance:              3.21 miles one way Time:                     2 hours Start:                    We drove to the... Continue Reading →

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