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Fifths Hot Springs - HIKING GUIDE

*NOTE: As of September 2020, this trail is closed indefinitely for public health and safety. Please check here for updates and more information: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/uwcnf/recarea/?recid=9861 This hike is currently closed due to COVID-19 or a death from what I can see. This trail has been closed most of 2020, from what I can see, so I have been putting off writing/sharing this post basically an entire year. But, I decided to go ahead and post about it before I completely forget all the details of the hike. And y'all can pin it to your hiking Pinterest board, and check it out

Our Favorite Sledding Hill | Tibble Fork

In spring, summer and fall, Tibble Fork is crowded with photographers snapping incredible pictures. Why? Because it's insanely beautiful up there! We've been up there to take pictures plenty of times so when we heard you could go sledding there in the Winter we immediately added it to our Winter Bucket list. It's a little bit of a drive but I promise you it's worth it! The scenery is breathtaking but that's not the only reason Tibble Fork makes for an awesome sledding hill. There are a few different areas all around Tibble Fork that you can choose to sled
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