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Beautiful moderate hike through tall and elegant pines and aspen trees. Go past Dog Lake and breathe the fresh air! Views are incredible!
Park at the end of Millcreek Canyon Rd where there is a restroom and ample parking IF you go early in the...More
Salt lake has a lot of beautiful territory around it in its canyons. Mill creek is in many ways the most peaceful; there is no resort at the top that attracts traffic. It's hikeable. It has picnic areas and a cold stream. Mill Creek is...More
This canyon is just spectacular. It's such a short drive from downtown. It is filled with picnic spots, hiking areas, biking areas etc. There is a beautiful river flowing through it that creates one of the most picturesque places in SLC. In the spring, summer...More
First of all, the weather has been weird as we didn't get so much snow since last December. I have been in Utah almost for three years, and this time is the abruptest snow we had.
All of sudden we got snow last weekend. Yay!...More
Summer time, this is perhaps the best place in SLC canyons for picnicking. Short or long hikes possible. Dogs are OK whereas they are Not allowed in Big/Little Cottonwood Canyons due to watershed. Have to pay entrance fees. Fall drive for color is good most...More
A quick drive all the way east on 3900 South will reward you with one of the quiet gems of Salt Lake City. It's a narrow canyon, lush in the summer, great for CC skiing in winter, and a sure choice any other time of...More
Beautiful canyon less than a 10 minute drive from downtown on the freeway if you avoid rush hours. At least a hundred picnic spots, probably more like 2 or 3 hundred in multiple areas. Great for families. There is no camping in this canyon unless...More