30+ Wheelchair Friendly Trails in Utah

One of the most common questions we get is whether a trail is wheelchair friendly. We are so excited to share with you over 30 trails that are accessible to wheelchairs. We want everyone to have the chance to experience the outdoors, especially in our great state of Utah. We hope…

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McPolin Farm in Park City

Park City has taken the admirable step of protecting a historical farm right in the city limits. The McPolin Farm, which was built in the late 1800's, is now a great place to spend an hour exploring. It is also one of the most photographed spots in Utah. You can't miss…

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Farmington Creek Trail

We love the Lagoon Trail in Farmington. Someone clued us in that after the Lagoon Trail, you can continue along Farmington Creek Trail to Farmington Pond. From there, you can go even further to see the Farmington Bigfoot! We decided to check out this shady, paved trail. This trail is almost…

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Poison Creek Trail | Park City

Poison Creek Trail is a small urban trail that walks along the edge of downtown Park City. This trail is paved for the entire length so it is wheel-friendly. There are also some very interesting stops along the way. Trailhead Trailhead access for Poison Creek Trail begins by the Old Town…

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