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Hiking in Lake Powell area
The best way to experience the diverse landscapes of Utah, is to walk through them. Utah has some very remote areas, accessible only to hearty backpackers, but routes to other beautiful scenes are merely "pleasant walks". You'll find that once you get off the beaten path on foot, or even on horseback, Utah's mountains and deserts will "open up" for you in unexpected ways.

Preferred Hiking Links

These trails are listed by their location from North to South.

Northern Hiking Trails Southern Hiking Trails
Naomi Peak Devils Garden
White Pine Lake (Bear River) Lower Courthouse Wash
Wellsville Ridge Negro Bill Canyon
Mount Ogden Fisher Towers
Fish Lake Loop Mount Tukuhnikivatz
Clyde Lake Little Wild Horse Canyon
Nobletts Creek-Log Hollow Horseshoe Canyon
Row Bench Upheaval Dome
Amethyst Lake Murphy Trail
Ryder and Kermsuh Lakes Confluence Overlook
Red Castle Lakes Chesler Park
Kings Peak Lost Canyon
Brown Duck The Maze
Grandaddy Basin The Chocolate Drops
Naturalist Basin Green & Colorado River
Little Hole Dark Canyon
Jones Hole Natural Bridges Loop
Deseret Peak Grand Gulch-Bullet Canyon
Mount Olympus Big Man Pictographs
Gobblers Knob Slickhorn Canyon
Mount Raymond Owl & Fish Creek Canyons
Dog Lake Mule Canyon
Desolation Lake Cohab Canyon-Cassidy Arch
Lake Blanche Chimney Rock Canyon
Red Pine Lake Upper Muley Twist Canyon
White Pine Lake (Wasatch) Lower Muley Twist Canyon
Lake Mary-Grizzly Gulch The Pine Creek Box
Mount Timpanogos Calf Creek
Santaquin Peak Escalante River
Mount Nebo Coyote Gulch
Fish Creek Hackberry Canyon
Candland Mountain Loop Buckskin Gulch-Paria Canyon
San Rafael River Gorge Queens Garden
Lower Black Box Fairyland Loop
  Riggs Spring Loop
  Rattlesnake Creek
  Zion Narrows
  East Rim, Zion Canyon
  West Rim, Zion Canyon
  Hop Valley and Kolob Arch
  Pine Valley Mountains

Content provided by David Day of utahtrails.com. Click here to order his book Utah's Favorite Hiking Trails.

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