Thomas Bracken

Park City, Salt Lake City

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  1. Ferguson Canyon - Climbing

    Salt Lake City

    Ferguson Canyon is a little canyon located just south of Big Cottonwood Canyon with short climbing routes perfect for a day of climbing.

  2. Red Rock Draper - Climbing

    Salt Lake City

    Red Rock in Draper, Utah, is a small crag with an easy approach. It's a great place to take beginner climbers as you can top rope all climbs.

  3. Sundance Resort - Mountain Biking

    Salt Lake City

    Sundance Resort offers over 25 miles of lift serviced single track mountain biking for both uphill and downhill riding.

  4. Dogwood Crag - Climbing

    Salt Lake City

    Dogwood Crag is a great climbing area for beginner climbers. Most, if not all, climbs can be top roped, and it's also a popular area for rappelling.

  5. Neff's Canyon - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Neff's Canyon is a trail that begins as an old jeep road and leads into the Mount Olympus Area. It is a moderate to hard hike just south of Millcreek Canyon.

  6. Corner Canyon (Lower) - Mountain Biking

    Salt Lake City

    Corner Canyon is a popular mountain biking area in Draper, Utah. It has great trails for everyone, from beginner to expert.

  7. Bell Canyon Reservoir - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Bell Canyon in Sandy, Utah is a beautiful spot that offers hikers and fishermen a secluded place to visit that is close to home.

  8. Wasatch Boulevard - Cycling

    Salt Lake City

    The Wasatch Boulevard Road Ride is a classic ride that traces the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. It is great for novice riders as well as those that are in training.

  9. Canyons Resort - Mountain Biking

    Salt Lake City

    The Canyons Resort has over 20 miles of cross-country mountain biking trails and Utah's only lift serviced flow riding park for excellent freeride mountain biking.

  10. Cecret Lake - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Cecret Lake (pronounced like Secret) is located among alpine meadows in Little Cottonwood Canyon's Albion Basin. An enjoyable hike for hikers of all levels.

  11. Donut Falls - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Donut Falls is one of the most popular hikes and has a unique waterfall where Big Cottonwood Creek gushes through a donut-shaped hole in the mountainside. It is a family friendly hike.

  12. Big Cottonwood Canyon - Climbing

    Salt Lake City

    Of all the many climbs up Big Cottonwood Canyon and so many favorites to choose from, here are four top favorite routes to climb on the great quartzite of BCC.

  13. Desolation Loop - Trail Running

    Salt Lake City

    The Desolation Loop, in Millcreek Canyon, is a trail run that is a favorite for many locals, only 30 minutes from downtown.

  14. Millcreek Canyon - Mountain Biking

    Salt Lake City

    The beautiful Millcreek Canyon trails are located mere minutes from Salt Lake Valley and are generally moderate, well groomed, and steep only in places.

  15. Mill Creek Canyon Ski Trail - Cross Country Skiing

    Salt Lake City

    Easy access, regular grooming, and a relaxed grade make the Mill Creek Ski Trail a safe and simple way to enjoy the natural beauty of the Wasatch Mountains.

  16. Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park - Cross Country Skiing

    Salt Lake City

    Union Pacific Rail Trail offers a fun cross country ski workout with a history lesson built-in.

  17. Snyderville Basin Ski Trail - Cross Country Skiing

    Salt Lake City

    The Snyderville Basin Cross-Country Ski Trail makes it easy to get around on skis.

  18. Alta Mountain Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding

    Salt Lake City

    World-class snow and snowboard-free surroundings at Alta.

  19. Solitude Mountain Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding

    Salt Lake City

    Solitude is the best resort in the area to dodge the crowds and focus on some serious powder skiing.

  20. Powder Mountain Resort - Skiing & Snowboarding

    Salt Lake City

    A throwback to a time when skiers all drove beaters and knew Hot Dog The Movie word-for-word.

  21. Dooley Knob - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    A beautiful hike in a one-of-a-kind state park.

  22. Frary Peak - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Moderate-to-Difficult hike to the summit of Frary Peak, the highest point on Antelope Island.

  23. Mount Olympus West Flank Trail - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    A strenuous high-alpine hike with huge payoffs.

  24. Bonneville Shoreline West - Trail Running

    Salt Lake City

    A trail runner's dream—close, convenient, and well-maintained.

  25. Tanner Park - Hiking

    Salt Lake City

    Tanner Park sits under the Wasatch Front, so the terrain is more varied than a city park and the views are incomparable.