Millcreek Canyon

3800 S Wasatch Blvd
Millcreek, 84109
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This is my favorite spot to hike in Salt Lake City! One of the best things about Millcreek Canyon is that the trails are off-leash on odd-numbered days, and so I can bring my dogs. It's been beautiful this month; I think that fall is one of the best times to go. The colors in the mountains are breathtaking. The trails we hike most frequently are Little Water and Grandeur Peak. Both have a lot of uphill walking, but aren't terribly long. Grandeur Peak, as the name implies, boasts some pretty amazing vistas. DON'T FORGET to bring $3 in cash. Unless you're a senior, then I think it's slightly cheaper. IF YOU DO FORGET, they're really nice about it. You'll feel guilty. The upper trails close forever (until May) on the first of November! Get out there soon!
I was very impressed with this canyon. It was very beautiful and peaceful. There are plenty of picnic areas surrounded by trees, which offers some privacy. I strongly recommend the Desolation Trailhead for anyone who wants a long and scenic hike.
Locals favorite. Wonderful place to hike, x-ctry ski, and a fun place to take your dogs. Dogs can go off-leash on certain days, and on leash every day. Wooded, some campgrounds, picnic areas and cooling stream. Minutes from the middle of town, and a great place to get cool and away from the city. Small fee as you leave the canyon to help with upkeep. Watch for the sign for the canyon on Wasatch Blvd, you can miss it easily. Parking easy, just drive up and park.

(801) 483-5473

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TEAramisu Tea House

929 E 4500 S
Millcreek, 84124
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(801) 590-8247

Tea Rooms, Desserts

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