Top 5 Utah Hikes

If you're looking for a good time and scenic wonders, With an average of 300 sunny days per year, Utah is the travel destination. There are a whopping 43 state parks and 5 national parks inside this massive state, there are also many other treks such as lakes, slot canyons, and other trails that route to distinctive waterfalls.
Since Utah is so enormous, it's preferable to travel in chunks or set aside a few days for outdoor activities, particularly if you intend to hike for most of your trip.
Utah National Parks Map Even though the parks tend to be close on the map, the state is fairly large, and traveling between them takes time. 

1 Canyonlands National Park


Mesa Arch Trail is a favorite destination for a brief, moderate sunset hike. Mesa Arch, which has spectacular scenery over a 500-foot cliff, is just about 0.2 miles away. I suggest getting there just before daybreak to catch a glimpse of the sun rising over Buck Canyon. It's always pretty hectic, but if you wait 15-30 minutes after sunrise, you can still get some amazing shots when people clear out.

2 Hike to Delicate Arch

The hike Utah is known for! 
Try finish this hike before sunrise. Set out early in the morning with water and food (allow an hour and a half to hike this 3-mile trail before the sun rises). You can watch the sunrise at the top. The start of the rail route is difficult, but with the proper footwear, it's completely doable. Delicate Arch, a magnificent outcrop among the huge, unpopulated area that greets you at the trail's end, is what I believe makes it one of Utah's best hikes.



3 Devils Garden Loop Trail


A loop trail that runs through the Devils Garden.
A fantastic hike that winds through lonely desert and rock formations, allowing you to see many more arches than you would on one of Utah's more popular hikes. The hike is long, but it's a moderate to easy climb. It twists its way along the mountain's edge at times. It's totally safe as long as you take precautions and use the ropes if you're afraid of heights. The panoramas are well worth it! Bring enough water and food to enjoy. The top, greets you at the finish of the hike makes it one of the best in Utah.


4 The Narrows Hike


Because it takes you through a river for the majority of the hike, Narrows Hike is one of the most exciting hikes you'll ever do. The view is breathtaking. It's an awesome time to cross a river with tall canyon walls on both sides nearly covering the sky above. Wear waterproof shoes and think about buying waterproof pants. As you travel the pebbly river through rushing water that is usually up to your lower leg but may often be thigh-deep.

5 Sand Dune Arch Trail

It is a great trial for the whole family. A simple slot canyon, fins to climb, plenty of fun shorelines to travel on this trail. It's just like a huge hidden sandbox with tons of surprises, because the path is very busy, it is best to arrive early.