This a beautiful, hidden oasis minutes from downtown. You can bike ride up on odd days of the month and drive up on even days. There are bathrooms and picnic tables. It is a very peaceful canyon!
About City Creek Canyon
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Nice paved trail/road with bathrooms, picnic tables, fresh drinking water, choke cherries, a creek, even tarantulas! It's quite busy though, with other pedestrians and cyclists. We love the many trails that take off from City Creek, including The Bonneville Shoreline Trail! Yesterday we hiked 8...More
This is where I took my pugs as puppies to frolic in the creek, hike and play with other dogs. It is right next to the heart of Salt Lake City's downtown and you might even see (hopefully not encounter) a mountain lion. Great place.
You start your journey near Brigham Young Park and make your way following City Creek to the Canyon. It is a nice creek of mountain water that ends in a park in between two high cliffs. Walk up one side to see the Utah State...More
We wanted to go to bryce or zion but they were a few hours away, and we drove by this canyon. We had to stop to take pictures because it was such a beautiful view. Everywhere you go in Salt lake city, there is a...More
Take the time to walk ride or drive this part of the city. Salt Lake has an amazing number of parks and open spaces that are popular among residents and this is one of them
Just a mile from Salt Lake City is a most delightful, hidden gem of a canyon! It is a well maintained road for hiking, biking, and driving (although in the summer you can only bike up on odd days and drive up on even days)....More
City Creek starts near the capitol and beautifies a green belt that leads to the Bonneville Shoreline trail where things get a little more natural - and vertical. Along the way, there are places to look back towards town in astonishment at how different it...More
So close to the middle of the city. It is reminiscent of other large city parks, only this one is a real canyon with a real stream.
Moderately challenging hike through the canyon. Trail was washed out in some places but we were able to help each other through.