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Rachel (& David)
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Rachel (& David)

Guest House Guide Book

Museum
Free admission! Clark Planetarium is opened to the public in 2003 to replace the city's historic Hansen Planetarium. Hands-on exhibits include a NOAA computer animation globe, a Foucault pendulum, and an authentic moon rock on permanent loan to the facility from NASA.
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Clark Planetarium
110 400 West
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Free admission! Clark Planetarium is opened to the public in 2003 to replace the city's historic Hansen Planetarium. Hands-on exhibits include a NOAA computer animation globe, a Foucault pendulum, and an authentic moon rock on permanent loan to the facility from NASA.
Salt Lake City's premiere cultural and visual arts center, permanent and temporary exhibits, which may be viewed for free on the third Saturday and first Wednesday of each month.
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Utah Museum of Fine Arts
410 Campus Center Drive
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Salt Lake City's premiere cultural and visual arts center, permanent and temporary exhibits, which may be viewed for free on the third Saturday and first Wednesday of each month.
Deuel Pioneer Log Home preserves the former pioneer home of Osmyn and Willian Deuel, visitors can explore one of Salt Lake City's oldest intact structures for free daily.
Deuel Log Cabin
45 West South Temple
Deuel Pioneer Log Home preserves the former pioneer home of Osmyn and Willian Deuel, visitors can explore one of Salt Lake City's oldest intact structures for free daily.
President Lincoln sent soldiers to Utah to monitor the activities of the Mormons. This fort was constructed by those soldiers in 1862, and served as a home to the US Army troops until 1991.
Fort Douglas Military Museum
32 Potter St
President Lincoln sent soldiers to Utah to monitor the activities of the Mormons. This fort was constructed by those soldiers in 1862, and served as a home to the US Army troops until 1991.
Significant holdings of anthropology, paleontology, entomology, mineralogy, and botany items are showcased in permanent and temporary rotating exhibits.
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Natural History Museum of Utah
301 Wakara Way
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Significant holdings of anthropology, paleontology, entomology, mineralogy, and botany items are showcased in permanent and temporary rotating exhibits.
On clear Wednesday nights, the observatory hosts free public star parties, open to visitors of all ages. A number of free public special events are also hosted at the observatory throughout the year, including public lectures and demonstrations.
South Physics Observatory
115 South 1400 East
On clear Wednesday nights, the observatory hosts free public star parties, open to visitors of all ages. A number of free public special events are also hosted at the observatory throughout the year, including public lectures and demonstrations.
Sightseeing
The George Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum showcases a variety of exhibits related to the city's Games, including Olympic medals and opening and closing ceremony props. Both museums are open to the public daily between 9:00am and 6:00pm.
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Utah Olympic Park
3419 Olympic Parkway
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The George Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum showcases a variety of exhibits related to the city's Games, including Olympic medals and opening and closing ceremony props. Both museums are open to the public daily between 9:00am and 6:00pm.
Historic Temple Square is a prominent 10-acre urban complex owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints within Salt Lake City's downtown district. The square was originally constructed in 1847 following the arrival of Mormon pioneers in the city and is surrounded by a 15-foot wall, serving as the headquarters of the LDS Church. As Utah's most popular tourist attraction, the square attracts five million annual visitors. Two visitor centers at the temple offer free admission daily, showcasing exhibits related to the church's history, operations, and culture. The temple's gardens and grounds also host a wide variety of annual public special events, including a Christmas lighting ceremony that showcases over 100,000 lights throughout the square. 50 W. North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, Phone: 801-240-4872
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Temple Square
50 N Temple
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Historic Temple Square is a prominent 10-acre urban complex owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints within Salt Lake City's downtown district. The square was originally constructed in 1847 following the arrival of Mormon pioneers in the city and is surrounded by a 15-foot wall, serving as the headquarters of the LDS Church. As Utah's most popular tourist attraction, the square attracts five million annual visitors. Two visitor centers at the temple offer free admission daily, showcasing exhibits related to the church's history, operations, and culture. The temple's gardens and grounds also host a wide variety of annual public special events, including a Christmas lighting ceremony that showcases over 100,000 lights throughout the square. 50 W. North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150, Phone: 801-240-4872
11 acres along the banks of the Jordan River, meant to symbolize the spirit of world peace, democracy, and brotherly love. 28 nationality gardens showcase Utah's diverse ethnic and cultural populations, with garden sections representing countries throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe. The gardens are open to the public May through September during daylight hours and are accessible to the public for free every day.
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International Peace Gardens
1060 Dalton Avenue South
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11 acres along the banks of the Jordan River, meant to symbolize the spirit of world peace, democracy, and brotherly love. 28 nationality gardens showcase Utah's diverse ethnic and cultural populations, with garden sections representing countries throughout the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe. The gardens are open to the public May through September during daylight hours and are accessible to the public for free every day.
This dramatic Roman Catholic cathedral, completed in 1909, was built to mimic Romanesque style on the outside and Gothic style on the inside. The structure features gargoyles, vibrant murals, finely executed wood carvings, and magnificent stained-glass windows. Chapels, shrines, bells, screens, and other decorative and functional elements add to the cathedral's majesty. Stop by the office between 9am-5pm to pick up a self-guided tour booklet, and remember to treat the working sanctuary and worshipers with respect when you visit and marvel. 331 E S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, Phone- (801) 328-8941
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Cathedral of the Madeleine
331 East South Temple
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This dramatic Roman Catholic cathedral, completed in 1909, was built to mimic Romanesque style on the outside and Gothic style on the inside. The structure features gargoyles, vibrant murals, finely executed wood carvings, and magnificent stained-glass windows. Chapels, shrines, bells, screens, and other decorative and functional elements add to the cathedral's majesty. Stop by the office between 9am-5pm to pick up a self-guided tour booklet, and remember to treat the working sanctuary and worshipers with respect when you visit and marvel. 331 E S Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, Phone- (801) 328-8941
The Corinthian-style building, which was crafted by architect Richard K.A. Kletting. Visitors can explore the building's five floors and 40-acre grounds as part of guided tours, which are available for free with advance registration. While at the building, visitors can also view the capitol's beautiful Utah heritage artwork and memorials, including its Vietnam War Memorial and Mormon Battalion monument.
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Utah State Capitol Building
350 State Street
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The Corinthian-style building, which was crafted by architect Richard K.A. Kletting. Visitors can explore the building's five floors and 40-acre grounds as part of guided tours, which are available for free with advance registration. While at the building, visitors can also view the capitol's beautiful Utah heritage artwork and memorials, including its Vietnam War Memorial and Mormon Battalion monument.
Though the original chapel was disassembled in 1973, it was reconstructed in 1976 in celebration of the American bicentennial on land donated to the church by the Utah State Legislature. Today, the church is open to the public for free as a non-denominational chapel, showcasing the building's original Gothic Revival design elements, designed by architect Obed Taylor.
White Memorial Chapel
Though the original chapel was disassembled in 1973, it was reconstructed in 1976 in celebration of the American bicentennial on land donated to the church by the Utah State Legislature. Today, the church is open to the public for free as a non-denominational chapel, showcasing the building's original Gothic Revival design elements, designed by architect Obed Taylor.
Unique attractions include a rooftop perennial garden, an art gallery showcasing works by local Utah artists, and an extensive graphic novel and zine collection, which is considered to be one of the finest of its kind in the United States.
Library Square
200 East 400 South
Unique attractions include a rooftop perennial garden, an art gallery showcasing works by local Utah artists, and an extensive graphic novel and zine collection, which is considered to be one of the finest of its kind in the United States.
Home to the Utah Office of Tourism and the Utah Film Commission and has been listed as a National Historic Landmark for its role in conflicts between the United States government and the Utah government. Visitors can explore the building for free daily, which is also home to a ZNHA bookstore and visitor center.
Council Hall
300 State Street
Home to the Utah Office of Tourism and the Utah Film Commission and has been listed as a National Historic Landmark for its role in conflicts between the United States government and the Utah government. Visitors can explore the building for free daily, which is also home to a ZNHA bookstore and visitor center.
Dsigned by architect Carl Neuhausen, best known for his design of Salt Lake City's Cathedral of the Madeleine. Visitors can explore the residence as part of free guided tours, available during the afternoon hours in June, July, August, and December. Advance registration is required for tours at least 24 hours prior to desired visit date and time.
Governor's Mansion
603 East South Temple
Dsigned by architect Carl Neuhausen, best known for his design of Salt Lake City's Cathedral of the Madeleine. Visitors can explore the residence as part of free guided tours, available during the afternoon hours in June, July, August, and December. Advance registration is required for tours at least 24 hours prior to desired visit date and time.
June through October on Saturday mornings between 8:00am and 2:00pm, showcasing regional farmers and producers selling fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, and specialty pantry and baked goods. An arts and crafts market operates adjacent to the main farmers' market, showcasing the works of Intermountain West artisans. Additional Tuesday evening harvest markets are held in August and September at the park, beginning at 4:00pm and lasting until sundown. During the winter months, the market is held at the Rio Grande Depot on Saturday.
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Downtown Farmers' Market
300 W 300 S
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June through October on Saturday mornings between 8:00am and 2:00pm, showcasing regional farmers and producers selling fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy, and specialty pantry and baked goods. An arts and crafts market operates adjacent to the main farmers' market, showcasing the works of Intermountain West artisans. Additional Tuesday evening harvest markets are held in August and September at the park, beginning at 4:00pm and lasting until sundown. During the winter months, the market is held at the Rio Grande Depot on Saturday.
Park
Sugar House Park is a public urban park in Salt Lake City, spanning 110 acres throughout the city's Sugar House neighborhood. The park is located on grounds formerly housing Utah's first state prison, Sugar House Prison, which operated until 1951. Today, it offers two children's playgrounds, a 4.5-acre scenic pond and fountains, and more than three miles of visitor walking, jogging, and cycling paths, including a loop path that spans the park's perimeter. Baseball fields, softball fields, and basketball courts are also offered at the park, along with a number of day-use picnic sites and popular winter sledding hills. 10 pavilions are also available for public use with advance reservation for small groups. The park is the site of the city's annual fireworks show and Independence Day concert each July. 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106, Phone: 801-467-1721
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Sugar House Park
1330 2100 South
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Sugar House Park is a public urban park in Salt Lake City, spanning 110 acres throughout the city's Sugar House neighborhood. The park is located on grounds formerly housing Utah's first state prison, Sugar House Prison, which operated until 1951. Today, it offers two children's playgrounds, a 4.5-acre scenic pond and fountains, and more than three miles of visitor walking, jogging, and cycling paths, including a loop path that spans the park's perimeter. Baseball fields, softball fields, and basketball courts are also offered at the park, along with a number of day-use picnic sites and popular winter sledding hills. 10 pavilions are also available for public use with advance reservation for small groups. The park is the site of the city's annual fireworks show and Independence Day concert each July. 2100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84106, Phone: 801-467-1721
Henry J. Wheeler Farm is one of the final remaining 19th-century farmsteads within the Salt Lake Valley, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The 75-acre farmstead complex was originally established in 1886 by second-generation English Mormon Henry J. Wheeler and features a brick and adobe farmhouse that was constructed in 1898, featuring 11 rooms and beautiful Victorian-style interior decoration. Several outbuildings are also preserved at the farmstead, which was restored as part of Utah's 1976 celebration of America's bicentennial. Visitors can explore the farmstead and its surrounding South Cottonwood Regional Park for free, which is also home to an amphitheatre, multipurpose center barn, and agricultural classrooms for Granite School District. Outdoor attractions include a children's Playground Fort and 40 acres of natural landscape retreat along Little Cottonwood Creek. 6351 South 900 East, Murray, UT 84121, Phone: 385-468-1755
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Wheeler Historic Farm
6351 South 900 East
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Henry J. Wheeler Farm is one of the final remaining 19th-century farmsteads within the Salt Lake Valley, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. The 75-acre farmstead complex was originally established in 1886 by second-generation English Mormon Henry J. Wheeler and features a brick and adobe farmhouse that was constructed in 1898, featuring 11 rooms and beautiful Victorian-style interior decoration. Several outbuildings are also preserved at the farmstead, which was restored as part of Utah's 1976 celebration of America's bicentennial. Visitors can explore the farmstead and its surrounding South Cottonwood Regional Park for free, which is also home to an amphitheatre, multipurpose center barn, and agricultural classrooms for Granite School District. Outdoor attractions include a children's Playground Fort and 40 acres of natural landscape retreat along Little Cottonwood Creek. 6351 South 900 East, Murray, UT 84121, Phone: 385-468-1755
Liberty Park is one of Utah's oldest and most beautiful public parks, spanning 100 acres throughout southeastern Salt Lake City. The park was originally established in 1882 and is home to historic landmarks such as the 19th-century Isaac Chase Mill, the oldest remaining commercial building in the state.  Other attractions include a 1.5-mile walking and cycling path, a swimming pool, and day-use picnic areas. You'll also find courts for horseshoes, bocce ball, basketball, volleyball, baseball and tennis. Public special events hosted at the park include drum circles and traditional Sunday get-togethers during warmer months. Liberty Park has a large adaptive playground and tracks for walking, running or rollerblading. The Chase Home Museum of Folk Arts is free. You can enjoy the Tracy Aviary, which is home to more than 135 species of native and endangered birds, carousel, swimming or paddleboats for a fee. (Tracy Aviary is $5 after 5PM on Mondays in the summer.) 600 East 900 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84105, Phone: 801-972-7800
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Liberty Park
600 E 900 South
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Liberty Park is one of Utah's oldest and most beautiful public parks, spanning 100 acres throughout southeastern Salt Lake City. The park was originally established in 1882 and is home to historic landmarks such as the 19th-century Isaac Chase Mill, the oldest remaining commercial building in the state.  Other attractions include a 1.5-mile walking and cycling path, a swimming pool, and day-use picnic areas. You'll also find courts for horseshoes, bocce ball, basketball, volleyball, baseball and tennis. Public special events hosted at the park include drum circles and traditional Sunday get-togethers during warmer months. Liberty Park has a large adaptive playground and tracks for walking, running or rollerblading. The Chase Home Museum of Folk Arts is free. You can enjoy the Tracy Aviary, which is home to more than 135 species of native and endangered birds, carousel, swimming or paddleboats for a fee. (Tracy Aviary is $5 after 5PM on Mondays in the summer.) 600 East 900 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84105, Phone: 801-972-7800 
Gilgal Garden – This is a quirky public park that you probably won't find unless you know where to look. It was once the backyard garden of an LDS bishop who expressed his faith through stone and sculpture.  Find Gilgal Garden at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City.
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Gilgal Sculpture Garden
749 East 500 South
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Gilgal Garden – This is a quirky public park that you probably won't find unless you know where to look. It was once the backyard garden of an LDS bishop who expressed his faith through stone and sculpture.  Find Gilgal Garden at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City.
Memory Grove Park, at the entrance of City Creek Canyon, includes a U.S. veterans memorial, a scenic bridge, a meditation chapel, walking and jogging paths, and an off-leash dog area.
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Memory Grove Park
300 Canyon Road
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Memory Grove Park, at the entrance of City Creek Canyon, includes a U.S. veterans memorial, a scenic bridge, a meditation chapel, walking and jogging paths, and an off-leash dog area.
Hike
Fifth Water Hot Springs, located south of Salt Lake City (and east of Spanish Fork), is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Utah. Requiring a hike to reach, these naturally heated pools serve as a soothing reward for tired legs. If making the trip in winter, get quite an early start; winter road closures extend the hike by about 4 miles (in each direction). To get there, take Exit 257 from I-15, and head east on US 6. After 11 miles, turn left (north) onto Diamond Fork Road. Continue along until you see the clearly marked trail head. The hike from this parking area to the springs is 2.5 miles. Bring plenty of water, as soaking in hot springs is quite dehydrating.
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Fifth Water Hot Springs
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Fifth Water Hot Springs, located south of Salt Lake City (and east of Spanish Fork), is one of the most popular outdoor destinations in Utah. Requiring a hike to reach, these naturally heated pools serve as a soothing reward for tired legs. If making the trip in winter, get quite an early start; winter road closures extend the hike by about 4 miles (in each direction). To get there, take Exit 257 from I-15, and head east on US 6. After 11 miles, turn left (north) onto Diamond Fork Road. Continue along until you see the clearly marked trail head. The hike from this parking area to the springs is 2.5 miles. Bring plenty of water, as soaking in hot springs is quite dehydrating.
Bonneville Shoreline Trail: If standing in Salt Lake City, look at the foothills towering above town, to your north and east. It is there that the Bonneville Shoreline Trail crisscrosses above the city, covering roughly 100 total miles. This trail has no map, but instead is a broad and rich network of interconnected trails with many access points. More than 10,000 years ago, the Salt Lake Valley (and much of northwestern Utah) was filled with a massive body of water called Lake Bonneville. Caused by natural, earthen dams and wet climactic conditions, that enormous lake would have submerged modern Salt Lake City underneath hundreds of feet of water. When one of the natural dams eventually burst, the lake drained once and for all, leaving behind the visually obvious ancient shorelines of this once massive lake. For more information on accessing the trail, visit the trail's website.
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Bonneville Shoreline Trail
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Bonneville Shoreline Trail: If standing in Salt Lake City, look at the foothills towering above town, to your north and east. It is there that the Bonneville Shoreline Trail crisscrosses above the city, covering roughly 100 total miles. This trail has no map, but instead is a broad and rich network of interconnected trails with many access points. More than 10,000 years ago, the Salt Lake Valley (and much of northwestern Utah) was filled with a massive body of water called Lake Bonneville. Caused by natural, earthen dams and wet climactic conditions, that enormous lake would have submerged modern Salt Lake City underneath hundreds of feet of water. When one of the natural dams eventually burst, the lake drained once and for all, leaving behind the visually obvious ancient shorelines of this once massive lake. For more information on accessing the trail, visit the trail's website.
Temple Quarry Trail – This short, stroller-friendly hiking trail can be found at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. In addition to beautiful scenery, you can see where granite for the Salt Lake Temple was quarried.
Temple Quarry Trail
Temple Quarry Trail – This short, stroller-friendly hiking trail can be found at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon. In addition to beautiful scenery, you can see where granite for the Salt Lake Temple was quarried.
Ensign Peak – This short uphill hike above the Utah State Capitol Building offers panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley. There is a monument at the top because Brigham Young hiked to this peak soon after arriving in the valley.
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Ensign Peak Trailhead
Ensign Peak Trail
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Ensign Peak – This short uphill hike above the Utah State Capitol Building offers panoramic views of the Salt Lake Valley. There is a monument at the top because Brigham Young hiked to this peak soon after arriving in the valley.
The Donut Falls trail offers the reward of a waterfall at the end of this three-and-a-half-mile hike. Donut Falls is a popular family trail about 9 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon near the Jordan Pines picnic area. The trail is relatively short and easy though a little rugged, leading to a waterfall where Big Cottonwood Creek goes through a doughnut-shaped hole in the rock. The trail is 2.5 miles total using the Mill D trailhead or 1.5 miles total using the Donut Falls trailhead. Adventurous types can explore the cave behind the waterfall, but warn children not to climb the cliffs around the falls because they can become trapped. This trail is popular with snowshoers in winter.
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Donut Falls Trailhead
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The Donut Falls trail offers the reward of a waterfall at the end of this three-and-a-half-mile hike. Donut Falls is a popular family trail about 9 miles up Big Cottonwood Canyon near the Jordan Pines picnic area. The trail is relatively short and easy though a little rugged, leading to a waterfall where Big Cottonwood Creek goes through a doughnut-shaped hole in the rock. The trail is 2.5 miles total using the Mill D trailhead or 1.5 miles total using the Donut Falls trailhead. Adventurous types can explore the cave behind the waterfall, but warn children not to climb the cliffs around the falls because they can become trapped. This trail is popular with snowshoers in winter.
The Jordan River Parkway provides a year-round natural getaway within the city. The best sections of the parkway for families are Murray's section, which features 5 miles of paved trail, picnic areas, boardwalks, playgrounds and restrooms, and the South Jordan section, which has restrooms. The asphalt sections of the trail are accessible much of the winter.
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Jordan River Parkway Trail
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The Jordan River Parkway provides a year-round natural getaway within the city. The best sections of the parkway for families are Murray's section, which features 5 miles of paved trail, picnic areas, boardwalks, playgrounds and restrooms, and the South Jordan section, which has restrooms. The asphalt sections of the trail are accessible much of the winter.
Bell Canyon, also known as Bell's Canyon or Bells Canyon, is a circular, glacier-carved canyon adjacent to Little Cottonwood Canyon. It's accessed from two different trailheads near the entrance to Little Cottonwood Canyon. The canyon offers a number of options to hikers, including two short, easy routes to Lower Bell Canyon Reservoir, and more strenuous hikes to a set of waterfalls and Upper Bell Canyon Reservoir. Lower Bell Canyon Reservoir is appropriate for beginners and children, the lower waterfall is a strenuous intermediate hike, and the upper reservoir is a strenuous all-day hike.
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Bell Canyon Granite Trailhead
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Bell Canyon, also known as Bell's Canyon or Bells Canyon, is a circular, glacier-carved canyon adjacent to Little Cottonwood Canyon. It's accessed from two different trailheads near the entrance to Little Cottonwood Canyon. The canyon offers a number of options to hikers, including two short, easy routes to Lower Bell Canyon Reservoir, and more strenuous hikes to a set of waterfalls and Upper Bell Canyon Reservoir. Lower Bell Canyon Reservoir is appropriate for beginners and children, the lower waterfall is a strenuous intermediate hike, and the upper reservoir is a strenuous all-day hike.
The Cecret Lake (sometimes spelled Secret Lake) trail is one of the most beautiful, fun and rewarding easy hikes in the Salt Lake area. Cecret Lake is located in Albion Basin, which is famous for wildflowers that bloom mid-July through August. The trail is 1.5 miles each way and gains about 300 feet in elevation.
Cecret Lake from Albion Base Trailhead
The Cecret Lake (sometimes spelled Secret Lake) trail is one of the most beautiful, fun and rewarding easy hikes in the Salt Lake area. Cecret Lake is located in Albion Basin, which is famous for wildflowers that bloom mid-July through August. The trail is 1.5 miles each way and gains about 300 feet in elevation. 
Timpanogos Cave National Monument up American Fork Canyon consists of three spectacular caverns accessible to the public with a one-hour guided tour. The Timpanogos Cave trail is 1.5 miles each way and gains 1,000 feet in elevation. It's a little steep but doable for most. Strollers are not allowed, though the trail is paved. Cave tours are limited and sell out frequently, so it's best to reserve tickets in advance.
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Timpanogos Cave National Monument
2038 Alpine Loop Rd
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Timpanogos Cave National Monument up American Fork Canyon consists of three spectacular caverns accessible to the public with a one-hour guided tour. The Timpanogos Cave trail is 1.5 miles each way and gains 1,000 feet in elevation. It's a little steep but doable for most. Strollers are not allowed, though the trail is paved. Cave tours are limited and sell out frequently, so it's best to reserve tickets in advance.
Very close to our house, this trail features rock furniture and great views.
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Living Room Trail
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Very close to our house, this trail features rock furniture and great views.

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University of Utah Tree Tour
University of Utah Tree Tour is an online map of the campus which is designed to highlight many of the species and varieties of trees that can be found on the University of Utah campus. These trees have been selected because of their popularity with the local community or because they have unique properties. Scroll through to view all the trees, or click the icons on the map for information about each tree. There is also a pdf version. In 1961, the Utah State Legislature formally recognized the impressive collection by designating the University’s campus landscape as the State Arboretum.