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This is a good way to meet new people, exercise, enjoy nature, explore new terrain, see animals and acclimate to elevation gains.

Upcoming events (4)

Glenwild Trails Snowshoing

Bad Apple Trailhead

We'll snowshoe up into Bob's Basin area from Bad Apple Trailhead. How far we go depends on the snow conditions and how much fun we're having.

Disclaimer: Events is at your own risk.

White Pine Lake Trail

White Pine Trailhead

White Pine Trail is a Little Cottonwood Canyon favorite - even in winter. It features glacially carved valley beauty: sharp ridges and alpine forests. The trail is an abandoned road that is covered in snow for the winter. There are switchbacks that take you to the rocky ridge. The lake sits in a cirque with rock cliffs, encircling it on all sides.

Snow shoes may be required, depending on the trail usage and weather. We may not be able to make it to the lake. It's part of the hiking adventure.

Meeting Time: 10:00 am
Starting hiking at 10:15 am
Total Distance: 10.7 miles / 17.22 kilometers or when we turn around
Elevation Gain: 2,716 feet / 827.8 meters
Rating: Difficult
Route Type: Out and back
Fees: None

Microspikes and snow shoes are recommended for this trail.
Hiking poles are recommended if you have them.
No dogs are allowed in Little Cottonwood Canyon.

If there is significant interest in the hike, we can meet at the Bell Canyon Trailhead and carpool from there.

"When there's snow on the ground, I like to pretend I'm walking in the clouds." - Takayuki Ikkaku


Twin Peaks in the Avenues

Terrace Hills Trailhead

Meet at 10:55am, hike at 11:00am. The small window of meet to hike is so people don't stand in the cold too long. Hang out in your car for a couple of minutes if you're early.

The meeting spot is called the Terrace Hills Trailhead. It's crucial that you go to the Terrace Hills Trailhead because we get someone going to the wrong spot every three to four hikes. The pin is below.

1000 elevation gain
3.6 miles total distance
Microspikes recommended, but not mandatory. I like and use trekking poles, but not too many other people use them.

This is a beginner's hike, but it isn't east. If it's your first time doing this hike you should check out Alltrails first.


Little Mountain. Full Moon Hike

Little Mountain Summit

This is a good location to see the sky as it's away from the city lights.

We'll meet in the parking lot which is across the street from our hike.
Meet at 6:45pm, hike at 7:00pm

This is a beginner's hike. 900 elevation gain, 3.9 miles.

It's a mild trail to get to Little Mountain. Little Mountain is a medium hike that does have some elevation gain. If hiking is hard for you then you could potentially avoid hiking up Little Mountain.

“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” — Anton Chekhov


Past events (177)

7/8 of Mt. Olympus

5800 Wasatch Blvd E

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