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11
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1 - 7 mi
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7
Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding
3
Hiking
3
Other activities
Sandy has 11 trails in the vicinity, including 7 for backcountry skiing & snowboarding, 3 hiking trails and 3 for other activities. These trails range from 1.5 to 7 miles in length. The longest trail in Sandy is Lake Peak (No Name Peak) a well-known trail measuring 7 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Lone Peak Wilderness Trails, Scotties Bowl and Sandy’s South Towne. Trails.com member Brandon J. recently completed Lone Peak Wilderness Trails.
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The iconic “Pfeiff ” is a magnet for climbers and skiers, owing to its elegant shape and ...
Although frequently kept closed by ski patrol due to avalanche risk, this high-alpine ...
Two access routes from Salt Lake City–Provo flank Lone Peak Wilderness: on the north, ...
With almost four dozen restaurants, 1,200 hotel rooms, movie screens, and businesses galore ...
A consistent climb up Red Pine Fork brings you to one of Utah’s popular highmountain lakes. ...
At Tanners Flat Campground in Little Cottonwood Canyon, convenience reigns supreme. Convenient ...
Scotties Bowl is a classic descent in Little Cottonwood Canyon, just to the west of Snowbird’s ...
Lake Peak is a mountain with many names. The USGS map marks it as Thunder Mountain, while ...
A little bit of white and a little bit of red makes pink. Anyone who remembers their preschool ...
Prominently visible from upper Lower Cottonwood Canyon (LCC), the 5,000-foot Coalpit Headwall ...
The Y and Y-Not are classic roadside couloirs. The Y is popular, but has flushed many ...
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