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Peak Hikes in Utah

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I love summiting the peaks in Utah! The views are unparalleled and the sense of accomplishment is great, even when the hike wasn’t hard. Some peak hikes require a difficult climb, but some trails start out so close to top that it can be as little as one easy mile to the top! I also included a few that are nearly peaks, meaning they are an outcropping or lesser summit.

Here is a list of peaks trails in Utah in order of hike length. The difficulty and county are included in the descriptions:

Buffalo Peak – 0.9 easy miles (Utah)
Sugarloaf Peak – 2.7-5.4 moderate miles (Salt Lake)
Primrose Overlook – 3.1 moderate miles (Utah) (loop route below)
Patsy Marley Peak – 3.2 difficult miles (Salt Lake)
Circle-All Peak – 4.0 moderate/difficult miles (Salt Lake)
Primrose Overlook Loop – 4.0 moderate miles (Utah) (direct route above)
Mount Tuscarora 4.0 – 5.8 moderate miles (Salt Lake)
Sunset Peak from Catherine’s Pass – 4.1 moderate miles (Salt Lake ) (from Brighton is listed below)
Mount Wolverine – 4.1 – 5.8 moderate miles (Salt Lake)
Mount Superior and Monte Cristo – 5.3 difficult miles (Salt Lake)
Sunset Peak – 5.8 moderate miles (Salt Lake) (from Catherine’s Pass is listed above)

Brighton Peaks Loop – 7-8 moderate/difficult miles (Salt Lake)
Mount Timpanogos from Timpooneke Trailhead – 14.3 difficult miles (Utah)
Mount Timpanogos from Aspen Grove – 15.7 difficult miles (Utah)

There are also foothill peaks we can include:

Meridian Peak 2.7 moderate miles (Salt Lake)
Avenues Twin Peaks 3.6 moderate miles (Salt Lake)
Golden Eagle Peak 0.8-1.9 easy miles
Wild Rose Loop 3.4 moderate miles
Turtle Hill 1.4 easy miles

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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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