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International Peace Gardens

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The International Peace Gardens in Salt Lake City is a park with beautiful flowers and representations from several countries.

The International Peace Gardens Park was founded in 1939, but wasn’t officially opened until 1952. It is a symbol of peace and cooperation.

Each of the countries represented was created by Utah-based groups of each nation. It would be nice if even more countries were represented, but there are several in this lovely garden.

This is a nice place to walk and appreciate the beauty of the trees and flowers, but also the beauty that comes from all over the world.

Stats: Distance – 0-0.5 miles round trip (variable depending on route)
Approximate hiking time – 15-60 minutes
Elevation gain – 0-3 feet 
Difficulty – Easy
Trail – paved
Bathrooms – Yes
Seasons to hike – Year Round
Permits needed – None
Pets allowed – Yes

Other hikes nearby are Ensign Peak, Memory GroveLiving Room LookoutMiller Park and Bonneville Glen Loop, Utah State Capitol, Mueller Park, and Meridian Peak.


We have so much beauty in Utah to explore! I love hiking and photography and can help you find your next favorite hike! All photos were taken by me!

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