Have you hung up your hiking boots for the season? We certainly hope not because winter is still an excellent time to hike in Utah! When it snows, the Beehive State turns into a winter wonderland, and you should be out enjoying it. Get your butt off the couch, bundle up and get out there!
1. Mill B South to Lake Blanche, Big Cottonwood Canyon
This hike is a little more difficult, and is nearly seven miles out and back, so make sure you’re adequately prepared before you head out. You’ll start at the Mill B South trailhead and go up, up, up from there. You’ll want snowshoes for this trail, and should also double check with the Utah Avalanche Center before heading out, as the trail does cross a couple avalanche paths.