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Big Cottonwood Canyon
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3-Hour Tour to Utah Rocky Mountains Tram From...
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Owner description: Located in the Wasactch Mountains, this wilderness region offers a limitless range of recreation for outdoor enthusiasts.
Reviewed 9 July 2017 via mobile

Hands down my favorite canyon to be in. I love hiking, snowboarding and riding my motorcycle up this canyon.

Thank Parissa A
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Reviewed 6 July 2017

Big Cottonwood Canyon has many attractions for all kinds of people. Get in the outdoors, go for a drive, have a nice hike, look at the excellent scenery, go skiing in the winter....plenty to do!

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Reviewed 4 July 2017

We enjoyed visiting and hiking in Big Cottonwood Canyon over Fourth of July weekend 2017.

There was still snow on the mountain tops.

We enjoyed our drive through very scenic Big Cottonwood Canyon.

2  Thank mini
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Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

Amazing hike, about 4.5 miles up and 4.5 down. We were told 3 miles by a couple that looked like professional hikers. It's NOT! 2/2.5 hours to get up and 1.5 hours back. We're not avid hikers but I would highly recommend to come prepared. 2 litters of water per person, hiking shoes, hat and sunglasses a must. Mosquitos near the lake and at dusk. Parking is easy, just drive up until you see Mill B South trail and park. I'll be back to Utah for another great hike!

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Reviewed 30 June 2017

Not just a winter ski get away. The Spruces Campground is a cool pine tree oasis with crystal clear Big Cottonwood Creek flowing through. We also love attending the Brighton Branch for church on Sundays - the only LDS chapel I know of that has view windows inside the chapel (that face the impressive mountains).

Thank D S
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