Stillwater Trail - Rerouted is a hiking trail in Summit County, Utah. It is within High Uintas Wilderness Area. It is 2.3 miles long and begins at 9,699 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 4.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 945 feet. Along the trail there are waters.
Stillwater Trail - Rerouted Professional Reviews and Guides
"Several short two-day hikes or a longer five-day trip in the High Uintas. Cirques and massive peaks ring the upper basins, and there is good fishing on Stillwater Fork. The Stillwater drainage of the Bear River offers three destinations: West Basin, with Kermsuh Lake; Middle Basin, with McPheters and Ryder Lakes; and Amethyst Basin, containing Amethyst and Ostler Lakes. Each has incredibly beautiful alpine scenery of high rock walls, pockets of spruce, scattered ponds, and wet meadows. Good fishing exists throughout the three basins, and water is abundant."
--Bill Schneider Edited by Ann Seifert, Hiking Utah (Falcon Guides).
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