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Peter Longobardi
(paintplongo) - F

Locale: Hopefully on the Trail
Utah Hiking Trails on 06/03/2013 09:53:57 MDT Print View

Does anyone have a recommendation on around a 80-100 mile hiking trail/loop, etc. in UTAH in the next week? It looks like the Uintas are still full of snow in some places due to the late snows.

Ted E
(denver_whitest185) - MLife

Locale: CO
heres some good stuff in utah on 06/04/2013 23:21:17 MDT Print View

http://www.trailgroove.com/issue7.html?autoflip=29

it'll be around 100 miles if you don't get the second shuttle and hike/bike from the east entrance to chamberlain ranch.

otherwise, i would recommend combining a few shorter hikes. buckskin gulch/paria is good. keep an eye out for a permit opening up, or just do it in a day.
https://www.blm.gov/az/paria/obtainpermits.cfm?usearea=PC

Bryce canyon's under the rim trail is in prime season right now too.

Owl and fish canyon is pretty awesome.

Salt creek in canyonlands is also very fun. The needles is a blast.

Coyote Gulch and the escalante river is a great shuttle hike.

Capitol reef is pretty off the map, and has some great backpacking.