Big Cottonwood Canyon

Southeast of Salt Lake City, Utah in the Wasatch Range Big Cottonwood Canyon is located. This is a canyon which is 15 mile long. This is the ultimate place for all the hikers, bikers, and rock climbers. You can also go for picnics and fishing at the Big Cottonwood Canyon. Summer months are absolutely ideal for fishing.

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There are two ski resorts which are well-liked by the snowboarders and skiers they are Solitude and Brighton. This place is also often visited by the students of University of Utah for their botanical field trips and by the Utah Native Plant Society. The Big Cottonwood Canyon is home to many rare plants. So come and travel Salt Lake City and find out the many amazing places Utah has in store for you and your family and friends.

The drinking water for the Wasatch Front is supplied by this watershed canyon. The popular picnic spot at the Canon is the Storm Mountain. And the popular place for the rock climbers is the S-Curve Area. Travel Salt Lake City and visit the Big Cottonwood Canyon one of the most popular tourist attractions of Utah.

If Salt Lake City Utah travel is on your mind then pack your bags immediately for some real good time in the city. Salt Lake City Utah travel can show you some of the most beautiful and enthralling places you have ever come across in your life ensuring an amazing experience altogether.

You will have a great time when you are hiking at the Big Cottonwood Canyon with trails heading towards lakes like the Katherine, Martha and Mary. But the most popular trail still remains the one which goes to the Lakes Lillian, Florence and Blanche. The Big Cottonwood Canyon has many extraordinary rock structures which are a great spectacle to watch.

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Fort Union Blvd and Hwy 190
Salt Lake City, UT 84114

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