Take a hike! Or a bike!
Monday, June 01, 2015
If you live in the Utah Valley, you likely know about the many opportunities for hiking and biking in the area. And, if you don’t live here but you love hiking or biking, the number of opportunities the state has should put Utah Valley squarely on your bucket list.
Utah has hundreds of thousands of acres of scenic terrain, much of it in public lands, making it ideal for hiking and biking. It has five national parks, seven national monuments, two national recreation areas, and six national forests.
Check out some of the hiking and biking trips at utahvalley.com: http://www.utahvalley.com/things-to-do/outdoor-recreation/hiking-biking/.
Lest you’re worried that the rocky terrain Utah is known for provides too much of a challenge, Christa Woodall provides 6 easy to moderate hikes in and around Bryce Canyon at UtahValley360. http://utahvalley360.com/2014/04/02/6-easy-to-moderate-hikes-in-and-around-bryce-canyon/.
Grab your bike or your hiking shoes and visit Utah Valley.