Best Trails Near Cottonwood Heights UT
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Cottonwood Heights has 20 trails in the vicinity, including 17 hiking trails, 3 for campgrounds and 2 for other activities. These trails range from 0.9 to 14.4 miles in length. The longest trail in Cottonwood Heights is Mount Timpanogos from Aspen Grove a well-known trail measuring 14.4 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Bells Canyon, Mount Raymond (via Butler Fork) and Pfeifferhorn (via Red Pine Lake). Trails.com member Hailey B. recently completed Stewart’s Cascades (Stewart Falls).
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The Timpanogos area is rife with waterfalls, but Stewart’s Cascades, also known as Stewart ...
Pfeifferhorn is one of the best summit hikes in the Wasatch. A scenic canyon trail leads ...
Admittedly, neighboring Gobblers Knob is 5 feet higher in elevation and has a more interesting ...
One of the lesser known canyons of the Wasatch, Ferguson Canyon is a hidden gem. Access ...
Bells Canyon is a long, deep, beautiful canyon with cascading falls, lush vegetation, ...
Mount Timpanogos is the second-highest peak in the Wasatch Range and has been one of Utah’s ...
Tanner’s Flat is a welcome break from the hot summers of the city below.
You could spend a week at Redman and do something different every day.
Autumn drivers are treated to a canvas of magnificent brushstrokes of foliage.
Bell Canyon is a steep granite canyon dug out by a glacier that exposed some of the oldest ...
Maybird Lakes (there are three) sit at the top of Maybird Gulch at the base of the Pfeifferhorn, ...
A consistent climb up Red Pine Fork brings you to one of Utah’s popular high-mountain ...
White Pine Lake sits at almost 10,000 feet at the top of White Pine Canyon surrounded ...
The hike to Mount Raymond via Butler Fork provides a rich selection of eye candy and experiences: ...
This is not the road less traveled. Though the climb is strenuous, the trailhead is easily ...
Ferguson Canyon is a delightful dog hike nestled between two dogless watershed canyons. ...
Surprise—a glacial lake in Little Cottonwood Canyon that can be reached along a gently ...
Lake Blanche is a classic glacial tarn at the base of a cirque. The hike to Lake Blanche ...
The Twin Peaks from which this wilderness derives its name are glaciated crags of quartzite ...
Big Cottonwood Canyon Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Cottonwood Heights, Utah. ...
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