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Aspiration Trail Hike - St. George

Bring your painted rocks and walking shoes and enjoy a growing trail system! Did we mention it is hand-built! This is a kid friendly hike, easy enough for a 5 year. There are a few stairs, but other than that, it's a nice rock lined trail. I wasn't prepared for hiking on this girls trip, so I only had flip flops on and I was fine. I was so impressed by the magnitude of this project. There are miles of trail system, all lined In rocks! And on top of that, there are thousands of hand painted rocks of all

Southern Utah - WEEKEND GUIDE

Southern Utah is one of our favorite getaways in the spring and fall. We are so excited to share a list of our favorite adventures and some pretty incredible food too! AND we have a discount code to Tuacahn. Scroll to the bottom for code and details. Enjoy! Tuacahn The Saturday market at Tuacahn was so fun when we went a couple years ago on a girls trip. It was fun taking the kids this time around. They loved all the vendors. We snagged a DISCOUNT CODE for you! It's good now thru the end of Aug for 20% off

Suspension Bridge - WINTER EDITION

After our hike we went to Lehi to ride the Timp bike path. It is paved for miles and it's pretty level. We ran into a couple people that had our same board! We get asked all the time which boards we love. My personal fave is my White Wave. My kids love to use mine because its a super smooth ride. But they all have Retrospec boards because they are a little less, and I wanted to see if they liked boarding before investing. I also love my board because its lower to the ground so I feel like

Car Graveyard - WINTER EDITION

One hike that we always do every single winter and spring is the car graveyard hike. Why? Winter, the waterfall is incredible! It looks like an ice castle! And in the spring, the run off is so powerful, the falls are HUGE! This is also a super fun hike in the fall because its a little spooky with the old cars everywhere. Summer is too hot for me, there is no shade on this hike, so it's a hard pass for me in the summer months. Check out our full hiking guide HERE and which is also the fall edition

Adams Canyon Hike - WINTER EDITION

Adams Canyon in Layton is easily the most popular hike in the city, possibly the county. And for good reason. Two beautiful waterfalls! The lower falls is 20 feet and only 20 minutes from the trailhead. The upper fall has a 40 ft waterfall and is about 2 hrs from trailhead. Its a good incline up the canyon, but totally doable with kids. (more details at the end of this post) I love hiking this trail with my kids, but it was super fun to meet up with my friends Caroline and Sherice for a girls hike!

Deuel Creek Hike - WINTER EDITION

This hike features 11 bridges! 3 waterfalls, watering hole, and a giant rope swing! It's kid friendly Proof HERE. Its BEAUTIFUL and it's rarely frequented in the winter months. We didn't see another person when we went but we did see some massive cougar prints in the snow! This hike was the most amazing winter wonderland and to this day remains my favorite winter hike for that reason alone. The bridges and swing help, but the beauty of this trail is at the top of my list. The waterfall at the end was frozen over so we were able to

5 EPIC WINTER HIKES - Northern Utah

2021 was my year for winter hiking. The only part of hiking that I dislike is getting hot, specifically sweating. Hey, we all have our thing. I like to enjoy nature without getting too hot. And being a ginger, I overheat easily and its very hard to cool down so, due to these health reasons, you won't catch me hiking in the summer mid day. EVER. But, in the winter I found that I can hike when ever I want! And its not as cold as I thought it would be. In fact, I didn't even need a coat! Just

Red Pine Lake - Little Cottonwood Canyon

This hike was a beautiful mistake. We planned to hike Gloria Falls which is an easy 2 mile RT hike to a beautiful waterfall. We missed the turn and ended up on the trail to Red Pine. A few hikers we passed said it was worth it so we continued on up the trail, we had no idea how far it was but they were right, it was worth it! It's about a 7 mile hike, we walked around the lake so that added an extra mile. I would say it's a moderate hike, fairly easy if you can handle
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