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Donut Falls Trail

Salt Lake City, UT

Donut Falls Trail is a 2.9 mile out and back trail located near Salt Lake City, Utah that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until November.

  • Best Hiking

  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

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Dry Canyon
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great hike. Take water, Forget your Mountain Bike, the trail is too steep.

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Arches National Park
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54 Completed 40 Reviews

07/27/2011 - Wonderful experience. I recommend the guided ranger hikes unless you are already versed in the geology of the area.

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Porcupine Rim
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25 Completed 11 Reviews

What can I say about Porcupine Rim that hasn't already been said. Over the summer my friend and I took a cross country road trip / mountain biking trip......We've had Moad on our brains for about a about year and finally we got the chance to make this trip happen. We were not dissapointed with Moab or PR. Some of the most epic rides of the summer happened in Moab! If you visit Moab you have to hit this trail up! Stunning views of the canons, awesome down hill runs....some parts of the trail will have you cruising downhill on a narrow legde with a few hundred feet below you...awesome...awesome...awesome riding!

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Alpine Sliding Rock
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25 Completed 1 Reviews

They have officially closed Sliding Rock!!!! Quite the bummer, I've lived in the area for most of my life and never got to go.

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Temple Quarry Trail
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28 Completed 8 Reviews

We did this trail the day after Thanksgiving with our group of about 14 people ranging in age from two years old to 69 years old.
It is a fairly simple Trail, there is an uphill portion right after you leave the trailhead which includes hiking up some dirt stairs. Once you get past that it's a pretty level hike out to the point where you have some great views over some farmland and Southgate golf course.
The actual quarry area is about 1.1 miles in, but the trail does continue for about another half mile after that. Our group turned around after the quarry and headed back. We ran into three or four other families again varying ages but it was a very nice get out and stretch your legs hike.

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Gobblers Knob
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56 Completed 1 Reviews

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Corner Canyon
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23 Completed 19 Reviews

Nice trek, cool area. More bikers than hikers which is all good as long as you keep your ears peeled. Limited water flow so bring plenty for the dog as well. No cougar sitings...

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Skull Crack Trail
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7 Completed 3 Reviews

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Waterfall Canyon Trail
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7 Completed 3 Reviews

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Terraces - Elbow Fork Trail
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7 Completed 3 Reviews

Pretty steep with some icy spots. Watch out for moose. We didn't see another person the whole hike. Mostly through pine forest and some birch near the top.

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