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Donut Falls Trail

Salt Lake City, UT

Donut Falls Trail is a 3.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Salt Lake City, UT 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 October.

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  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

  • Best Mountain Biking

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful trail. Different paths to take, sort of steep at some parts. I would recommend this hike to everyone.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

It is easy to get lost in this canyon. The trail for the loop is not marked and there are tons of side trails that look like the main trail. There are also not a lot of people there on the weekdays, so I don't recommend hiking by yourself. Other than that, it's nice to have a place on the west side to hike. You can make it as difficult or as easy as you want depending on which trail you take.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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14 Completed 9 Reviews

great going out very little trail traffic , coming back was a lot busier. would recommend for families.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Some of the best single track in the west!

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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5 Completed 2 Reviews

Overall a very good trail. Making it to the top takes a final push some may consider moderate. The views are nice from the top but can take some effort.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful day for hiking. this is an easy trail with fairly good climb to it. Trails shoot off everywhere. trail markings not so good. very quiet today, a couple horses back riders and their dogs, is all.
trail is snow free and dry.
saw several deer as well.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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192 Completed 32 Reviews

This is a fairly safe area to snow shoe when the avalanche danger climbs in the Wasatch to the East.
There is some private property to be respected at the trailhead and the military has property to the south.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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20 Completed 2 Reviews

3 stars (right now)...I hiked this trail this weekend but the trail is currently very muddy. There is still snow in the ground, but not enough for snow shoes.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
by Shauna Archer

24 Completed 18 Reviews

Great winter hiking and snowshoeing. The snow was packed at the beginning of the trail and winter hiking boots were fine. After about 1 mile on the trail there was untouched snow and we donned our snowshoes. We hiked a few of the side trails. The weather was cold but we were toasty in the sun during snowshoeing until we summited the trail to the overlook, then it was fairly breezy and cold. Wear layers, bring water and snacks. I probably would give it less stars as a summer hike but for winter it was easy access to this area and fun with a lot of area to explore. It was more crowded when we returned. Great for canine friends. Also horse friendly.

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Yellow Fork Canyon Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great for an easy hike and newbie mountain bikers. I rarely run into people when I go up there. But beware the cows.