The Park City area is home to some pretty impressive hiking trails. Whether you’re a beginner, seasoned hiker or somewhere in between, our list of the best local hiking trails will help you plan great hiking trips for the 2016 spring season.
- Donut Falls Trail
- Red Pine Lake Trail
Regardless of your level of experience, carve time out for a leisurely hike to Donut Falls this spring. Take advantage of the January lull to plan for a hike that’s visually rewarding and sprinkled with a few challenges. Water crossings, a waterfall, beautiful forest views and a cave make for an interesting hike and lovely scenary. You’ll find nice boulders for climbing, and the trail is wide enough to accommodate groups. The nearly 3.5-mile out-and-back trail can be accessed from March through November, and leashed dogs are allowed.
Are you looking for a real challenge in 2016? Red Pine Lake Trail is a hiking destination not far from Park City that truly delivers. The trail, accessible in summer and fall and located near Sandy, is rated difficult. Besides offering beautiful lake views and a length of 6.75 miles, the trail is a popular spot for snowshoeing. Dogs are welcome here provided they’re kept on leashes.
Park City offers a wealth of great hiking trails for everyone. People of varying fitness levels can find the right trails to suit their needs. Experience isn’t an issue, either; take your pick of wonderful trails ranging from easy to very difficult. Whether you want to stay fit as 2016 gets underway or clear some time on your schedule for a much-needed getaway, the area offers exactly what you’re looking for. Choose from one of the trails on our list or explore all that the area has to offer this January.
Park City has lots to offer in the way of natural beauty. If you are considering making this beautiful city your home, visit Property Alliance to speak with someone about available rentals.