This Wildflower Meadow Trail In Utah Will Make You Feel Like You’re In A Fairy Tale

A few occasional snow shower aside, Utah seems to finally be in full springtime mode. They say that April showers bring May flowers…but that’s not quite the case in the Beehive State. Our high elevations often mean that the best wildflowers show up in June or even July.

You might need to wait about a month to start enjoying this wildflower trail, but you’ll definitely want to put it on your calendar, because this meadow is spectacular.

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Have you hiked the Albion Meadows Trail? We’d love to see your wildflowers pics!

If you just can’t get enough of wildflowers, here’s a slightly more difficult wildflower trail in American Fork Canyon.