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Little Cottonwood Tour
"Visit Snowbird Resort a-top the Wasatch Mountains at the elevation of nearly 10000 feet climbing to about 11000 Take a stroll around Snowbird and look for wildlife Hike to White Pine Lake - 2 Hour Hike (Time and interest permitting) Soar above the valley to 11000 feet on the snowbird tram (tram ticket not included) Spot Moose Deer and Beavers and perhaps a Rocky Mountain Goat in their natural habitat (Season Permitting) Take Pictures among the beautiful Aspens and Douglas Fir trees We will Drop you back off at your hotel downtown or wherever you wish to continue you're tour. "
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Little Cottonwood Tour
"Visit Snowbird Resort a-top the Wasatch Mountains at the elevation of nearly 10000 feet climbing to about 11000 Take a stroll around Snowbird and look for wildlife Hike to White Pine Lake - 2 Hour Hike (Time and interest permitting) Soar above the valley to 11000 feet on the snowbird tram (tram ticket not included) Spot Moose Deer and Beavers and perhaps a Rocky Mountain Goat in their natural habitat (Season Permitting) Take Pictures among the beautiful Aspens and Douglas Fir trees We will Drop you back off at your hotel downtown or wherever you wish to continue you're tour. "
From $50.00
 
Big Cottonwood Canyon Tour
"Visit Silver Lake a-top the Wasatch Mountains at the elevation of nearly 10000 feet climbing to about 11000 Take a stroll around Silver Lake and look for wildlife Hike to Lake Mary or Lake Solitude(Time and interest permitting) Spot Moose Deer and Beavers in their natural habitat (Season Permitting) Drive over Guardsman Way and see great views into the Heber and Park City Valley's Take Pictures among the beautiful Aspens and Douglas Fir trees We will Drop you ba downtown or wherever you wish to continue you're tour. """
From $55.00

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Religious Restrictions

The official name of the Mormon Church (or LDS) is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints It was founded by Joseph Smith in the state of New York on April 6, 1830. It is known by...
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Leave No Trace

At the end of the River Walk trail there is a rocky sand beach where you can enter the Virgin River. This is the access point for day hikers to the Virgin River Narrows. I have been here many times...
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Footwear for hiking

Well, THIS is not it! I came across this person hiking on the Navajo Loop Trail. I hardly know where to begin on how foolish it is to hike even the easiest of trails in shoes like this. While most of...
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Snakes

There is two reasons I placed this tip in the warnings section. One because there is a lot of people who are afraid of snakes. The other reason is to protect the snake since it is harmless. The...
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Open Range

Grand Staircase is open range and many rangers use the land to graze cattle. It is not uncommon to have cows standing in the middle of dirt roads in the park. Typically the roads are open and straight...
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Road Hazards

Mule deer and free-range livestock (cattle and sheep) are common on or near the roads, especially in the park and along sections of Hwy 12. Some of of the cattle are dark and could be hard to see...
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Cold and Snow

We look all smiles in this pictures, but in reality, we were freezing our tushes off. This was taken on the day after the Opening Ceremonies and it was nearly zero degrees Fahrenheit. The Utah...
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Don't Feed Wildlife

Signs are posted at every trail head in the park. It's very clear you will be fined and the signs encourage people to report violators to park rangers. No one could have been more guilty of this...
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Stay on the trails

This natural bridge almost begs to be climbed but it, like most others of the park's formations, is more fragile than it looks. Close encounters with loose, crumbling rock or unstable rim edges can...
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Footwear

Ok, I've seen some pretty stupid things on the trails but this tops out in the top 5. To hike a trail in the desert, surrounded by Prickly Pear cactus, Yucca plants, scorpions, mice and sharp rocks,...
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Flash Floods and Storms

Because of all the gorgeous rock, I have to write this one about every National Park in Utah. This region see very little rainfall but when it does, all that water has to drain somewhere. That...
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Construction.

Between my hotel and the convention center was a big construction site. They had massive construction going on getting ready for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. And I understand now they are repairing...
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Water - Hiking

This warning is for any long steep hike, exposed to the sun all day. Bring water! I have attached some photos of people attempting Angel's Landing with little more than a 12 ounce bottle of water! One...
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Weather warnings

High and exposed areas are nasty places to be in a lighting storm, and that goes for the rim and overlooks at Bryce. This area has the highest lighting hazard density in all of Utah, and strikes have...
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Top Hotels in Utah

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Arches National Park, Utah, 84532, United States
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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, 84717, United States
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555 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111, United States
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PO Box 925, Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah, 84767, United States
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16 South Main Street, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States
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4 Miles E Highway 163, Monument Valley Tribal Park, Monument Valley, Utah, 84536, United States
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Top Things to Do in Utah

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Temple Square

Temple Square is the religious capital of the Mormon Religion, and it's from here that a world wide missionary operation is directed. The secretive temple can't be easily visited but it's very...
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Arches National Park

This National park is one of the main reasons why people come to Moab, including myself. Its known for the many sandstone arches in the area as well as countless other geological formations. All...
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The Narrows

Family hike-kids aged 8 & 11 In March; with dry suits If the water level allows, doing this trip is a must! Zion Adventure Company (located just outside the park) can tell you the river flow...
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West Mitten Butte - East Mitten Butte - Merrick Butte

The most popular formations in the park are the "mittens", so called for its resemblance to gloves only with separation of the thumb. They are seen from the visitor centre, but the inevitable guided...
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Sunrise Point

Sunrise Point is about one mile along the canyon rim from Sunset Point. This also is a very popular viewpoint along the rim. It is very close to a picnic area that has bathrooms and water for...
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Delicate Arch

Delicate Arch is the most photographing of 2000 arches, it became the symbol of the Utah. It is represented on license plates, stamps .... To go to Delicate Arch, you will have to walk during 3 miles...
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