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Joanna
Winston-Salem, Nc

Utah

4 day trip to Utah, where is best areas to fish and camp?

We are planning a four day trip out to Utah. Does anyone have a suggestion of a great hiking route or places to stay or camp?


2 Answers

answered by
Melissa

Where in Utah are you hoping to visit? If in Northern Utah and your goal is camping and hiking I would stay away from Willard Bay. Logan Canyon has some great camp sites as well as hikes and rock climbing walls. Camping at Tony Grove Lake and hiking the trailhead there to White Pine Lake is always fun and beautiful. The wind caves hike up the canyon is a local favorite. Bear Lake is close by which is always a fun adventure as well as having fantastic famous raspberry milkshakes.  

Further south is Big Cottonwood Canyon by Salt Lake City. More camping and hiking but also more people. Doughnut Falls is a good hike there. 

Provo has a great hike to Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple and camping up Provo canyon. 

The Uinta Mountains range is the only range in the U.S. That runs East to West. Higher elevation but more great hikes, fishing and camping. 

Our favorite camping and hiking spots in Utah are around the National Parks. The Moab area is great for that. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is one of my favorite places. A beautiful drive, slot canyons and camping at Calf Creek. Dining in Boulder, UT is always a treat as well. 

Good luck with your planning. Utah is so beautiful, have fun.


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  1. Willard Bay (attraction)
  2. Logan Canyon (attraction)
  3. Tony Grove Lake (attraction)
  4. White Pine Lake (attraction)
  5. Bear Lake (attraction)
  6. Big Cottonwood Canyon (attraction)
  7. Salt Lake City (city)
  8. Doughnut Falls (attraction)
  9. Provo (city)
  10. Mount Timpanogos Utah Temple (attraction)
  11. Uinta Mountains (attraction)
  12. Moab (city)
  13. Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (attraction)
  14. Calf Creek (attraction)
  15. Boulder (attraction)
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answered first by
Stanley from Butte

Northern Utah has some great areas. Look into the Willard Bay Reservoir or East Canyon Reservoir (better for trout).


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