Easy Instagrammable Hikes in Utah ♡

Summer is just around the corner, we can feel it in the oh so warmer and longer days! Which to me it means more sunshine which means more bliss for this deprived of Vitamin C Florida girl in a Utah cold world.
But really so happy it's warmer out and even though I still am a Fl girl, I have learned to love the outdoors of Utah.
Especially hikes, well I should say EASY HIKES since, if you tell a UT local lets go on a hike it may be different level then the ones I do(:
So below I complied a list of some easy, instragrammable hikes in Utah. What's my definition of an easy instagrammable hike (just incase you do use this list to decide on a hike)? Well there are a few factors but mostly how long in distance, most of the ones I listed are a few miles only, how picture perfect they are and of course if this Florida girl can do it so can you! Happy easy hiking!

1. Bear Canyon Suspension Bridge: Draper, Utah
Start the hike at from Orson Smith Trail where there are a few parking spots. The first part of the hike is uphill walks with switchbacks. Most of the trail is rocky and sandy. Family friendly. About 2 miles out and back from the bridge. Insta worthy hike because of the bridge & views!

2.  Ensign Peaks: Salt Lake City, Utah
In the foot hills near downtown SLC, with road side parking. Most of the hike is up hill until you reach the top. The trail is rocky and about 1.8 miles back and forth. Family friendly. Insta worthy hike because of the breathtaking city views both during the day or come sunset!

3.  Hidden Pinyon Trail: St. George, Utah 
Very scenic view with all the red rocks. About 1.5 miles around trip. Rocky and sandy trail barely any shade. Get all the red rock feels photo by climbing to the top of the many boulders along the way for that insta worthy snap!

4. Neffs Canyon Trail: Millcreek, Utah
Full trail is 6.2 miles, only hiked a portion so about 2 miles round trip. Beautiful views, depending on the melt extra socks would be a good idea. Insta worthy spots in natural all around.

5.  Canyon Overlook Trail and Emerald Pools Trail: Zions National Park, Utah 
This overlook is stunning, pretty high elevation so keep your children close. 1 mile around trip, most of the trail is on the smooth terrane of the rocks. Street parking. Totally insta-worthy because of the canyon views.
The Emerald hike is also beautiful with small pools and cascades as you walk. Family friendly (for lower pools). You have three options from easy to middle level to difficult. I did the easy trail which was 1.2 miles around trip. Insta worthy because of the various pools.

6. Fifth Water Hot Springs: Spanish Fork, Utah 
This is my favorite one of all the easy trails I have done! It's a total of 4.5 miles around trip. Warning parking is TERRIBLE but besides that I loved the whole trail up to the hot springs. Very scenic hike with shaded parts, falls and hot springs. You can even pick how hot by moving around the hot springs, each little area heats up at different temps. Totally insta worthy to catch the hot spring in contrast with the waterfalls-- very beautiful!

7. Battle Creek Canyon Falls: Orem, Utah  
Easy walk up hill to the beautiful falls. Some shade along the way, family friendly and plenty of parking. Round trip it is like 2 miles (the for the falls and back, you can continue the hike after that.) The gorg water fall at the end make it totally insta worthy!

8. Delicate Arch/Arches National Park: Moab, Utah
Usually many groups on the trail but large enough for everyone. Family friendly, about 3 miles and mostly no shade. But the pay-off of seeing the arch is TOTALLY worth it. Everyone that vist's Utah should hike up to the Delicate Arch at least once, one of natures most beautiful pieces!

9. Lisa Falls: Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah  
Mostly a dirt and rock trail. Very easy fast hike, around 0.45 around trip. Family friendly. The water fall area is a nice cooler area where you can climb for that perfect intsa photo.

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