There are so many choices of superb places to go when hiking Utah.
Together, they offer a superb variety of hiking possibilities ranging from multi-day backpacking trips to one hour easy hikes on well defined trails.
We have hiked in all of Utah’s National Parks, and many of it’s designated wilderness areas and National Forest Lands.
Hiking Utah is best in the spring and fall months as June through September can be extremely hot. When choosing where to hike in Utah, it is also a good idea to check the elevation of where you wish to go. For example, Bryce Canyon National Park Village is about 9000 feet and it does get snow. In opposition, the Grand Lodge at Zion National Park is about 4200 feet. Much of Utah rises and falls between high plateaus and deep canyons.
We have hiked about 95% of the trails in Zion, Bryce, and Capital Reef National Parks as well as many trails in Utah National Forest Land and other public lands. Please bear with us as we work to add those pages to this site.
Meanwhile, we invite you to enjoy Arches and Canyonlands National Parks hiking trails on the following page.
We spent five seasons hiking, photographing, and mapping all the trails in these two parks.
The result is our guide book: Utah National Parks Arches & Canyonlands Day Hikes.
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