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It's amazing how far away from the city you quickly get when you hike through city creek. It's an enchanting get-away where many commuters use their noon hour to keep in shape walking beside the creek in almost any time or season. Join us!
We love City Creek Canyon. Great place for a run, walk, hike, bike ride, picnic, family reunion, or even a wedding. Tip: ask ahead of time to find out which days you can drive up the canyon (it's a few days a week).
City Creek Canyon is a local favorite - those of us who live and/or work in the downtown area know that it is easily accessible throughout the year, safe, and well maintained. On site ranger station at the base of the canyon is reassuring since...More
Right from downtown SLC, you can walk into the foothills along a paved path that feels like you are somewhere else; It's an easy walk and the elevation gain is very gentle, so it's accessible to everyone at one level or another. The higher you...More
City Park , as it is called, is a rather flat, paved walk starting just east of the Utah State Capitol. The canyon is largely in the shade in the late afternoon/early evening sothis is a very nice walk on a hot day. It is...More
Enjoyed a moderate hike. could have gone longer, but the windy and almost rainy weather made us hesitant to go longer, but there is at least a way to go for over 10 miles. Quiet away from crowds and traffic, passed by some parks and...More
Nice paved trail/road with bathrooms, picnic tables, fresh drinking water, choke cherries, a creek, even tarantulas! It's quite busy though, with other pedestrians and cyclists.
We love the many trails that take off from City Creek, including The Bonneville Shoreline Trail! Yesterday we hiked 8...More
Vehicle travel is allowed on even numbered days if you have a picnic spot reserved up the canyon. Not sure if vehicles are allowed without a picnic site reservation. There is a small fee of just a few dollars to reserve a... More
Vehicle travel is allowed on even numbered days if you have a picnic spot reserved up the canyon. Not sure if vehicles are allowed without a picnic site reservation. There is a small fee of just a few dollars to reserve a picnic site. These can be made through Salt Lake City Water Department.