Nobletts Loop Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Nobletts is a simple country hike located in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. A lovely hike for family picnics, reading under trees, and enjoying views, it doesn’t require more than a happy dog and owner. You walk up one dry and narrow canyon and down another. In the fall, this hike shimmers in golds and reds. Summer is time for flowers—aster, yarrow, paintbrush, geranium, and the distinctive western coneflower. Western coneflowers grow in large meadows along this hike. The strange flower reaches up to 6 feet tall and has a dark brown cone-shaped head and no petals. Overgrazing by livestock has killed most of the taller grasses in the area and promoted the growth of coneflowers."