Take This Ancient Utah Trail To Get In Touch With Nature

While Southern Utah has plenty of incredible ruins that serve as reminders that the Mormon pioneers weren’t the first people to live in the state, it’s easy to forget that Native Americans were thriving in the northern part of the state, too. There’s a trail in Ogden Canyon that was once used by Shoshone Indians, and you can still take it today:

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As always, remember to take only photos and leave only footprints so that future hikers will enjoy the same pristine hiking trail as you.

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To see evidence of the Puebloan Peoples, you might want to take this short, easy hike.