Canyons in Salt Lake City

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Canyons in Salt Lake City

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  • Heather
    3 contributions
    Can never go wrong when you head into the Big Cottonwood Canyon. Great trails that take you to hidden lakes, powerful waterfalls, and civilization is quieted by the sounds of nature.
    Written 20 September 2022
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  • malar j
    Salt Lake City, UT5 contributions
    Love the drive on Millcreek Canyon road.. nothing beats the greenery. There are so many trail options and endless entrances to the river. I love taking my pup here on the days they are allowed
    Written 13 August 2022
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  • Sam E
    Salt Lake City, UT188 contributions
    I walk/hike there at least once a week. Families are always there enjoying the grounds, the stream. Lots of dog-walkers. You can continue up the road which is restricted to foot/bike travel. Feel safe and there are always people around....safe.
    Written 30 December 2020
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  • ted575
    Tampa, FL27 contributions
    It might be 90 degrees in the broader Salt Lake area but it was in the 60's when we started hiking at 8:30am in Lamb's Canyon. The trail is very well marked and very well maintained. You have a slow, gradual climb up through the valley that ends at the ridgeline with a great view of Salt Lake on one side and the area beyond Lamb's Canyon on the other. Bring plenty of water as the climb does take a while to get to the approx 1500ft level.
    Written 8 July 2018
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