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How I choose hiking trails during the spring and summer

Sheryl McGlochlin - Friday, April 20, 2012

March - June:

We START hiking at a fairly LOW canyon elevation (approx. 6000 ft. above sea level) in nearby canyons i.e. Little and Big Cottonwood, East, Millcreek, Corner, City Creek, etc., where the snow has melted first. 
We then continue to move up the canyons into higher elevation hikes.  


July - Sept....

We do nothing but High Altitude Hikes ( 8000 ft. - 12000 ft. above sea level). Wasatch Mtn Range has MANY trails for us to introduce you to! 

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