Saturday, June 4, 2011

Welcome to Utahhikinginfo.com!

Are you a hiker looking for your next trail? Haven't you ever wanted to escape from the mundane life to the pastoral unblemished surroundings of the Mountains or Desert? Do you ever get the itch to adventure out to some distant peak or explore a canyon you see as you drive down the road? Trust me I have been there. I have a passion for hiking. It doesn't matter what you see or what you do, anyone can enjoy the outdoors in one form or another. Whether you are rich or poor, young or old, every single one of us can enjoy what Utah has to offer. Utah Hiking offers hiking year round from the tops of the Uinta Mountains to the depths of Zion's Canyon.


This is all why I have created this site. Take a look what Utahhikinginfo.com has to offer:

Thanks for Dropping by and come back soon!

7 comments:

  1. I would like to know more about who writes and develops this site. I follow all local (Utah County) topics or people. Is that you? Please respond to Cathy Allred, heraldextra@digis.net or reply to TodayinLehi on Twitter. Thanks!

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  2. hiking in Utah? Im coming their next month - thanks for the tips and info

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  3. I honestly love this website. Your posts help to remind me why I love traveling on vacation soo much. You seem to really love your site. Aside from my medical practice, I love keeping up with the latest travel tips online. Keep up the great work and please visit by my health blog sometime. I would appreciate it. The url is http://healthy-nutrition-facts.blogspot.com

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  4. Arches contains a wealth of hiking trails. Ranging in length and difficulty, these trails provide access to outstanding viewpoints and many of the park's famous features, including Balanced Rock and Delicate Arch. In many cases, trails travel under arches, affording quite a different perspective than what is visible from a car.

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  5. I really like how you organize your hikes by skill level. Here in Hawaii, we generally rate hikes by just three levels: novice, intermediate, advanced. I have a Hawaii hiking blog and I may start categorizing hikes in a similar manner as done here. Good job and thanks!

    BTW, I've never been to Utah but my wife and I have a goal to visit there someday and, among other things, do some hiking!

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  6. It's great how it's categorized so that I could venture out on my own and take my entire family on the easier trails. Happy blogging!

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  7. Great site, I think it's a really good idea to organise hikes by skill level. It makes chosing a course so much easier.

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