Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Freehiking in Utah

“About an hour from Salt Lake I was able to enjoy hiking an old mining road through a mixed forest of aspen, pines, and juniper. The mountains were spectacular, it was absolutely quiet (except for the deer that I was constantly spooking), and the trail was equal parts of forest and meadows. I had only limited time, so I only hiked about 2.2 miles in. The entire time I saw nobody, which made hiking nude very relaxing since I wasn't constantly on guard against bumping into somebody. Probably because it was Monday - Thursday and in a federal wilderness.” – ausnackt

Ken: I started freeehiking in southern Utah, and have hiked there for years. Utah may be the best area for freehiking anywhere.

1 comment:

  1. I haven't seen any new comments posted. I am fairly new to this blog and actually haven't participated in freehiking as of yet. When the weather permits, I will most likely be going to Deep Creek Hot springs. Is Ken still monitoring this blog???