You know that Utah pretty much has it wrapped up when it comes to hiking. There’s something for every hiker in the Beehive State: alpine forests, red rock cliffs, vast sweeping views. We’ve got difficult, two-day hikes that require technical skills and permits, and you’ll also find hikes in Utah that are so easy you can bring your grandma along. How about a short, alpine hike that offers gorgeous views, wildlife and a waterfall at the end? Let’s take a look at the Stewart Falls Trail.

This hike is popular, and busy on weekends – you’ll run into lots of families with children on a Saturday afternoon. If you’re looking for some quiet solitude, visit on a weekday when you’ll experience fewer people.

Ready for some more short hikes in Utah’s wilderness? Read this article for 12 more!

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