Ride the RTS Trail

The RTS trail at Utah's Olympic Park (ski jumping, bobsled, skeleton, and luge), is a fantastic beginner-to-intermediate trail. Since it's a short loop at only 2.

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Run the Historic Park City Union Pacific Rail Trail

The Park City Rail Trail is a fantastic trail for walks, running, and biking in the spring, summer, and fall. During the winter it's groomed so you can Nordic ski, fat bike, run or walk.

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Bike Thunder Mountain Trail

Thunder Mountain Trail is one that should be on every mountain bikers bucket list.

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Hike Empire Pass Ridge

Starting at an elevation of 8,960 feet at Empire Pass, the trail follows the ridge to the west.

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Hike Past Mining Relics in Daly Canyon

To get to Daly Canyon, just continue up Main Street in Park City. The road turns to dirt soon after the last house and a gate is closed across the road not far beyond that.

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Hike Fantasy Ridge to Desolation Peak from Canyons Village

The easiest way to start this hiking only trail is to jump on the Red Pine Gondola at the Canyons Village of Park City Mountain Resort. If you have an Epic Pass, the lift is free.

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Bike or Hike Park City's Mid Mountain Trail

The Mid-Mountain Trail is unique to Park City. It's an epic trail that connects Deer Valley, to Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons Village.

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Hike, Run, Bike Rob's Trail in Park City

Rob's Trail is a perennial favorite among Park City locals for year-round hiking, trail running, or mountain biking.

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Hike to and Swim at Seljavallalaug

You will reach the trailhead by turning off of the Ring Road 1 onto road 242. You will see signs marked for Seljavellir.

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South Carlsbad Campground

South Carlsbad Campground is a picturesque experience. Imagine gorgeous sea cliffs overlooking a lovely beach, with ample activities to pursue (or just lay in the sun and enjoy some quiet time).

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Explore Sólheimajökull

Starting from the parking area, follow the wide and well beaten road/trail along the lake and to the base of the glacier.

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Climb the Pinebrook Crag in Park City

The Pinebrook Crag is on the northern end of Park City, Utah. Just 2.5 miles south of the Jeremy Ranch/Pinebrook exit on I-80. Park on the shoulder of the street, and it's a short .

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Camp at Little Creek Mesa

Experience solitude and beauty at Little Creek Mesa Utah.

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Camp at Hurricane Creek Campground

Head on over to Hurricane Creek if you are looking for a great campground near Lake Wallowa. It's a forest service campground, so the fee is minimal, only $6 per night.

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Camp at Willow Springs Trail

Willow Springs Trail is state-owned land located 13 miles north of downtown Moab Utah.

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Hike and Climb the S. Ridge of Mt. Superior

Approach: Start by parking on the side of the road just above the Snowbird Cliff Lodge.

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Backpack to Amethyst Lake

It all starts at Christmas Meadows Trailhead. This trailhead is easily accessible and quick to get to because its just a couple miles off the mirror lake highway.

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Backpack Amethyst Basin

Directions: The trail leaves from the Christmas Meadows Trailhead. From Mirror Lake Scenic Byway (US 150) turn on Christmas Meadows Rd. The campground and trailhead are around 3.

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Hike Quarry Mountain in Park City

The Quarry Mountain trail is a less-traveled option than the Iron Mountain trail in Park City offering unique views of McPolin Farm to the west, Kimball Junction and Old Ranch Road to the north, Park.

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Camp at Pyramid Lake in Murdock Basin of Utah's Uinta Mountains

Grab a fishing pole, hammock, or book.

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Hike Clayton Peak in Utah's Wasatch Mountains

Clayton Peak is approximately 1.5 miles from Guardsman Pass (3 miles round trip), and you'll gain about 1,600 feet of climbing.

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Hike to Donut Falls

The TrailFollow the trail for just a little bit and when it forks, stay to the left and you will arrive to Donut Falls.

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Hike Kessler Peak in Utah's Big Cottonwood Canyon

Kessler Peak is a 10,403-foot peak located in Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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Hike to Clayton Peak

Starting at roughly 10,000 feet of elevation, Guardsman Pass has plenty to offer.

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