This Beautiful Boardwalk Trail In Utah Is The Most Unique Hike Around

If you’re an avid hiker, Utah is the place to be. You could spend a lifetime hiking in the Beehive State and still not see everything. But not all Utahns are experienced hikers; some folks have mobility or health issues that keep them from exploring strenuous trails. Here’s a boardwalk trail that’s well suited to just about anyone, and it’s surrounded by the spectacular scenery of Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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This trail is an easy way to enjoy Utah’s outdoors without expending much effort. It’s suitable for just about anyone, but the lake does sit at 8,760 feet, so if you have breathing problems that are affected by high altitude, it might not be the right hike for you.

Now that warm weather’s on its way, check out this couple’s adventure on the Colorado River.