Hikes listed as toddler-friendly are hikes that a toddler can walk on their own. For some hikes, only the first segment of the hike is toddler-friendly, but they are still included since many toddlers are not likely to hike more than 1 to 2 miles. Want to do a longer hike? Grab a carrier and let your little one hitch a ride when they get tired.
Please see the hike description for more information.I have also included other area hikes on the this with my assessment of their difficulty. My rating is generally higher (i.e. more difficult) than other guides as I am assuming you are hiking with kids or carrying a child.
Cache Valley Hikes
Bear River Riparian Trail, Smithfield, Ut (toddler-friendly)
Benson Railroad Trail, Mendon, Ut (toddler-friendly)
Dry Canyon Trail, Smithfield, Ut (toddler-friendly, portion)
Green Canyon Trail,Smithfield, Ut (toddler-friendly)
Logan River Walk, Providence, Ut (toddler-friendly)
Jardine Juniper Trail, Logan Canyon, Ut (toddler-friendly, first segment)
Cherry Creek Trail, Richmond, Ut (mostly toddler-friendly)
Riverside Nature Trail, Logan Canyon, Ut (2.6 miles RT, mostly toddler-friendly)
Spring Hollow Trail, Logan Canyon, Ut (partially toddler-friendly)
Moderate Hikes (Carrier)
Crimson Trail, Logan Ut
Jardine Juniper Trail, Logan Canyon (10.7 miles RT)
Mt. Naomi Trail, Logan Canyon
Smithfield Dry Canyon, Smithfield (easy for snowshoeing)
Other Utah Hikes
Delicate Arch Trail, Arches NP (toddler-friendly in sections)
Gravel Pit Trail, Antelope Island State Park, Salt Lake City, Ut (toddler-friendly, entrance fee)
Lower Emerald Pools Trail, Zion NP
Kayenta trail, Zion NP
Riverside Walk, Zion NP
Timber Creek Overlook Trail, Zion NP Kolob Canyon (toddler-friendly)
Pothole Point Hike, Canyonlands NP (toddler-friendly)
Roadside Ruin trail, Canyonlands NP (toddler-friendly)
What are your favorite Utah hikes? Let us know so we can check them out!
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