You’ll Have An Eagle Eye’s View From This Utah Vantage Point
Sure, you’ve been to Antelope Island. But I bet you’ve never seen it like this. Most visitors don’t hike to Frary Peak – it’s a rigorous hike and it will take you hours to complete. Trust me. You’re going to want to make the effort.
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Before you take this hike, take the following into account:
The hike has full sun exposure the entire length of the trail. Bring a hat and sunscreen.
Make sure you have plenty of water with you.
If your fitness level isn’t the best, take your time. The elevation change is significant.
April is one of the best months for this hike – the bugs can be horrific during the summer!
If you’re hiking in the summer, you might want mosquito netting, and you’ll definitely need bug spray (though it doesn’t always work on the insects here).
Have you hiked Frary Peak? Do you have any other tips or suggestions? Tell our readers in the comments!
Writer, editor and researcher with a passion for exploring new places. Catherine loves local bookstores, independent films, and spending time with her family, including Gus the golden retriever, who is a very good boy.
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