Enjoy Autumn leaves while hiking an obstacle course.
The canyon trail, follows a bubbling stream, through a forest of firs, scrub oaks,
box elders, and maples. On the trail, you will pass by a huge fir tree, cross a wooden bridge, follow hidden trails, climb over rocky areas, walk along narrow ledges, walk under huge logs, step on stones across the stream, and cool off by Adams Canyon Falls.
RATINGS: MODERATE PLUS
ELEVATION GAIN: 1,212'
HIKE TIME: 3 1/2 hours
MILEAGE: 3.9 miles round trip
DIRECTIONS from SLC (45 minute drive) take I-15 north, after passing Lagoon take (exit 324) US 89 North, when you drive through OAK HILLS DRIVE intersection, turn right at the next street, turn right again, drive south on East Side Drive to a dirt parking lot,
east of the Oak Hills Intersection. DIRECTIONS from Ogdentake US 89 south toward Farmington, after passing mile marker 402, turn left at the next street, turn right and drive south on East Side Drive to a dirt parking lot,
east of the Oak Hills Dr. Intersection.
GOD BLESSED US WITH ADVENTURE!
After the hike some of our group went to an orchard
God gave us a wonderful day to ride the Rail Trail
Enjoy a ride on the Historic Rail Trail mountain biking from Park City to I-80 and back. Ratings: Moderate Total Miles: 16.8 miles Elevation Gain: 570' Directions: Take I-80 eastbound; take Kimball Junction exit & turn right to Park City; about 5.5 miles, turn left on Kearns Blvd.; turn right on Bonanza Blvd; turn left on Prospector Ave & drive past the shopping plaza; turn right into parking lot & park near the Union Pacific Rail trail sign.
Today was an awesome day with the Lord. Some of our group went fishing and others enjoyed a hike on the Smith and Moorehouse trail 001 to MYSTERY FALLS.
MYSTERY FALLS HIKE MILEAGE: 2.4 miles to the falls on trail 001 ELEVATION GAIN: 620' RATINGS: Moderate DIRECTIONS: Smith and Moorehouse is located up the Weber Canyon Road from Oakley, Utah. The trailhead is located south of the lake in the campground area. Follow the signs. RESTROOMS: Available at the trailhead HIKE TIME: Allow 3 1/2 hours total
DESCRIPTION: Be careful crossing the road to the north side of the canyon. If you would like to see HIDDEN FALLS, a dry trail is found by scrambling around the large rock, counterclockwise. Please remember that this is a Watershed Area. No dogs, no wading, and no washing in the water. This is our drinking water! MILL B NORTHFORK, begins by going up some Grand Canyon staircase. The first climb is steep & more Intermediate. You'll get some great views of the S Curve as you begin switchbacking. You'll drop over the hill and follow a bubbling stream. Huge rocks and forest make this a wonderful setting entering the Mount Olympus Wilderness area. After climbing more switchbacks, you'll head south to the canyon edge. As the trail turns east, you'll find a large trail leading to the rocky overlook with steep exposure. This is the Big Cottonwood Overlook. TRAILHEAD: North side of the S Curve in Big Cottonwood Canyon. HIKE TIME: 2 hours MILEAGE: 1 1/2 mile est. to overlook RATINGS: MODERATE