A Winter Hike To The Top Of Utah’s Mount Olympus Is A Frosty Adventure

Towering high on the skyline of the Wasatch Mountain Range, Mount Olympus is one of Utah’s most recognizable peaks, and one of its most beautiful. The hike to the top is challenging, but many Utahns and visitors take it on every year. It can be pretty crowded on the trail on a summer weekend, but if you’re willing to attempt a winter hike, you’ll probably have it all to yourself.

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Have you hiked Mount Olympus in the winter? We’d love to see your photos in our comments!

If you’re looking for more winter hikes around the Beehive State, check out these eight trails.

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