Hiking in Utah

The best way to experience the diverse landscapes of Utah is by hiking through them. Utah has some very remote areas that are accessible only to serious backpackers, but routes to other stunningly beautiful scenes are merely "pleasant walks."

You'll find that once you get off the beaten path on foot, Utah's mountains and deserts will open up for you in unexpected ways. Utah's excellent guides and outfitters can truly enhance your adventures. Guided hiking trips vary from half-day hiking clinics to multi-day backpacking expeditions. Specialty walking tours focus on ecology, history, geology, or archaeology. Read more...

 

Discover

Hike Moab

Two national parks and 3,000 additional square miles

Bryce Canyon

Hike to the hoodoos & say yoo-hoo to unimaginable view-hoos

The Swell

Hike to places you never even dreamed existed

Vernal

Hiking where the locals roamed

Bryce Canyon

Hike to the hoodoos & say yoo-hoo to unimaginable view-hoos

Explore Cedar City

And discover the beauty of nearby Cedar Breaks National Monument

Park City

Summers perfect mountain town

Bryce Canyon

Hike to the hoodoos & say yoo-hoo to unimaginable view-hoos

Kanab

Magically unspoiled

Natural Caves and More

Hike in Logan

Bridal Veil Falls

Hike the groomed path

Hike it all

Capitol Reef National Park

Heber Valley

Trails on trails on trails

Epic One Adventures

All inclusive guided hiking tours

 

Travel Tips

 

Resources

Trails


Utah has hundreds of miles of backcountry and trails. Some areas are accessible only to hardy backpackers, while others can be reached via off-highway vehicles or mountain bikes. Visitors should check with the administering agency about fire restrictions and other regulations, including off-highway vehicle restrictions, before heading into the backcountry.

 
 
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