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You can’t miss these 3 Utah summer hiking areas.


PARK CITY
No surprise that a city known for skiing has great hiking (and biking) trails The altitude shaves ten degrees off of valley temps, the shade from stands of pines and aspens cuts another five degrees, and a skinny-dip in an icy alpine lake will have you pining for your sun-warmed car.
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BEAR LAKE
Swim in the Caribbean of the Rockies as long as you want, but when those fingers get pruny, strap on some hiking boots, limber up and head to the hills for a top-down look at….
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ST. GEORGE
Yes, it will be hot, but sweating is good for you. And so are Snow Canyon and Red Cliffs Recreation Area. Plus, the steep red-rock formations that make St. George beautiful also make for lots of shady crevices.
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