Get out into the wilderness and experience the magnificence of remote lakes, mountains, and American woodlands. For a late summer day trip like no other, we recommend setting out in the early morning and driving north to Utah’s Uinta National Forest.
The Uinta National Forest offers some of Utah’s best campgrounds, hiking trails, and undisturbed scenery. Over 1,000 natural lakes in the Uintas – including the 53-acre Mirror Lake – offer an exciting opportunity to fish in solitude for visiting anglers, boasting populations of rainbow trout, Arctic grayling, and more. From Lone Peak to Mount Nebo, gorgeous mountain peaks offer unforgettable vistas in the area.
Paddleboard on the numerous lakes, or stick to the singletrack trails on foot and enjoy the sweet scent of wildflowers. Whichever way you choose to enjoy the landscapes, Uinta National Forest is a can’t-miss destination for nature lovers out west.