Utah Hiking

Utah, the landlocked Beehive State was the 45th state to be admitted to the United States of America on 1896. The Beehive nickname is derived because the beehive symbolizes industry and perseverance, values that were praised by Utah founders not because of their leading production of honey.

Utah boasts a diverse landscape from the deep canyons to the salt beds and has iconic Bryce Canyon and Delicate Arch to their Go To destinations. The Angel’s Landing Hike is one of the state’s most popular and dangerous hikes.

Easy Hikes:

  1. Toadstool Hoodoos Trail – Grand Staircase Escalante near Kanab
  2. Emerald Pool Middle & Upper Trail – Zion
  3. Peek-A-Boo Slot Canyon, Kanab

Moderate Hike:
1. Sand Cave of Kanab

Hard Hikes:

  1. The Wave
  2. Angel’s Landing