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Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park Trail

Kaysville, Utah



1.35 miles

Elevation Gain

210 ft

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Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park in Utah offers a variety of hiking trails suitable for all levels. The park's main trail, a 1.35-mile loop, is moderately challenging with a steady incline and rocky terrain. It features a unique rock formation known as the "Kaysville Boulder," a popular spot for climbers. The trail also passes by the East Mountain River, a small but fast-flowing waterway that adds a refreshing touch to the hike. A wooden bridge crossing the river provides a perfect spot for a rest and a photo opportunity. For those seeking a more challenging hike, the park offers the "East Peak Trail," a steep 3-mile climb to the highest point in the park. From the peak, hikers can enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness and the distant cityscape. Remember to wear sturdy shoes for the rocky terrain and bring plenty of water, especially if tackling the East Peak Trail. The park is open year-round, but spring and fall offer the most comfortable hiking temperatures.
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