What are the most amazing Utah hikes you've done?
Although you don't have to leave the comfort of your vehicle to experience Utah's splendor, there certainly is nothing that can compare to the "up close" view from the hiking trails. Utah has so many natural wonders that choosing one hike is another one of those tough decisions.
Yet, as soon as I am asked that question, "What's your favorite hike in Utah?" my mind always immediately takes me to The Lower Calf Creek Falls Trail.
The hike had all the qualities I look for in a great hike: Moderate difficulty
and length (less than 6 miles return), it offered gorgeous scenery all along
the route and a reward at the end of a magnificent falls dropping 125 feet into
a cool pool where we could soak our feet from a shady picnic spot.
Of course the warm sunny April weather also added to the magic of the memory.
If you've hiked anywhere in Utah, chances are you can't stop talking about it. Here you have a captive audience. Everyone visiting this page would love to hear about the wonderful hike you found, whether it's on a regular trail or off the beaten path.
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