• Only the best hikes selected from a state with an abundance of trail riches
• Utah is a national destination for hikers
• Hikes range from easy day hikes to more challenging backpacking trips
100 Classic Hikes: Utah expands Mountaineers Books' most popular hiking guidebook series.Featuring full-color photographs and maps, 100 Classic Hikes: Utah covers the best and most popular hikes in the state, providing a range of trail options. The "Hikes at a Glance" table makes it simple to quickly find hike length, difficulty, when to go, and special highlights of the outing you seek.
This is a full-state guidebook organized by region. The North Central region includes the Wasatch Mountains along with Antelope Island State Park, House Range, and Deseret Peak Wilderness Area, while the Northeast features the high Uintas, Bear River Range, Flaming Gorge, and Dinosaur National Monument. Southern Utah features many of the nation’s premier national parks and monuments. The Southeast region includes hikes around Moab, Arches National Park, Grand Gulch, Canyonlands National Park, Natural Bridges, and more. South Central covers Capitol Reef, Grand Staircase-Escalante, Kodachrome, Horseshoe Canyon unit of Canyonlands, and other areas. Finally, the famed Southwest part of the state features Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park, Snow Canyon, and beyond.
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About the Author
Julie Trevelyan made southern Utah her home in 1999. Since then, she has tramped the backcountry, leading clients to all corners of the state's wilderness riches as a backcountry outfitter, wilderness guide, backcountry camp manager, wilderness therapy program senior instructor, camp program director, camp counselor, and unofficial captain o' the fun patrol. Julie's writing has been published in Salt Lake City Weekly, Elan magazine, National Parks Traveler, Utah Outdoor, Alive! Utah, and others. She lives in Torrey, Utah, and blogs at www.wildgirlwriting.com.