As warmer days approach the state of Utah, many are finding themselves wanting to burst out their cozy bubbles and into the great outdoors for some much-needed adventure!
Hiking is a great way to not only get your joints moving but it is also a perfect way to see the world around you. Here are five unique Utah hiking spots you should dot down on your bucket list.
Glenwild trails, a network made up of roughly 25 miles, are located on the opposite side of I-80 from Kimball Junction. These trails, accessed easily via the Spring Creek Trailhead, offer intermediate terrain for hikers and mountain bikers to enjoy. The Glenwild area offers stunning views of the area and the trails tend to…