The Unique Hike In Utah That Leads You To Plane Wreckage From 1955
Each of Utah’s trails is unique and offers hikers something a little bit different. Some feature waterfalls; others have city views. Here’s a popular trail that will lead you to Bomber Peak, Utah — the site of the plane wreckage. Take a look:
Have you ever seen this wreckage while hiking Mount Timpanogos? Did you know about the B-25 crash on this Utah mountain? We’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comments.
If you are searching for even more unique hiking trails to explore while in Utah, check out our list featuring 12 scenic trails around Utah, one for each month of the year.
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Bomber Peak, Utah
What are some other unique hiking trails I should explore in Utah?
Utah is a hiker’s paradise. All over the Beehive State, you will find some of the most unforgettable hiking trails that definitely deserve a spot on your bucket list. In southern Utah, head to Zion National Park for some extraordinary hikes. While many people head to this park to check out Angel’s Landing, we strongly recommend exploring the Zion Riverside Walk. This one trail is where you can see Zion National Park in all of its glory. This is a 2.2-mile hike that is paved and highly accessible, making it a hike that the entire family can enjoy together. The views are incredible and you may just see some wildlife on your way.
What Should I Know About the Timpooneke Trail In Utah?
The Timpooneke Trail is a popular trail in Utah County that is also extremely challenging. This trail takes you to the summit of Mount Timpanogos and it is 7.5-miles each way. You will gain approximately 4,668 feet to reach Mount Timpanogos, the second-highest summit in the Wasatch Mountain Range. However, despite the challenge, this trail is absolutely gorgeous and you may even spot some mountain goats along your way.