The Uinta Mountains have so many natural lakes and the Lofty Lake Loop is a beautiful way to see many of them!
The Riverside Walk is a stunning, family-friendly, and mostly accessible trail to get to the base of the spectacular The Narrows.
The Pa’Rus trail is a scenic, paved trail that is great for bikes, strollers, wheelchairs, and is the only trail in Zion National Park that allows dogs.
The Jordan River flows from Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake. For 45 miles along its shore there is an accessible parkway,
Golden Eagle Peak is a great little hike in Eagle Mountain, Utah. There are lots of little lizards, birds, and great views of Utah Lake.
Dimple Dell Park is a large natural area in Sandy, Utah that offers miles of trails for walkers, runners, cyclists and horseback riders.
Miller Park and Bonneville Glen is an amazing oasis in Salt Lake City between the University of Utah and Sugar House.
Wild horses are beautiful and fascinating animals. The most accessible herd to Salt Lake is the Onaqui Wild Horses.
Every fall Utah has a Salmon Run as the Kokanee Salmon head upstream to lay their eggs. Strawberry Reservoir is an easy place to see it!