elevation change and is rated as hard. This trail ascends and descends through the mountains dividing Big and Little Cottonwood Canyon.
The Beta There's a couple way to go this mountain. There's the popular route, which I will explain, as well as the way I decided to take. You can also cut down on this hike by parking at Albion Basin, which I will explain in the 'Need To Know" section later on. For now, let's … Continue reading Summiting Sugarloaf Peak in the Wasatch Mountains, Utah
a day. This trail is 14.8 miles roundtrip with 1,600 feet of elevation change, concluding at the scenic Jordan Lake
Island Lake is one of the best lakes in the Uintas. If you're looking for solitude in the mountains, you'll find it here.
Hiking the Long Lake loop in the High Uintas Wilderness is really rewarding! This 4.8 mile loop features about 550 feet of elevation change and is rated as moderate. This trail features some pretty lakes, as well as the title lake, and loops through some gorgeous scenery and rock.