Long Lake Trail

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7.1 km
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166 m
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The Long Lake Trail is a gorgeous hike in the western Uinta Mountains. This hike is great for families with older children, and folks looking for a fun hike with their dog. With opportunities to fish, swim, and camp, this trail will quickly become a favorite.

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Route Description for Long Lake Trail

The Long Lake Trail is a beautiful route east of Park City, Utah. This trail can get quite buggy in the early summer, so we recommend bringing along some bug repellent or wearing long layers to deter mosquitoes. With little shade along the route, you will also want to lather on the sunscreen before hitting the trail. The Long Lake Trail is a fantastic, dog-friendly day-hiking or overnight backpacking route in the summer. This trail makes an excellent, family-friendly snowshoeing trail in the winter with beautiful, serene mountain views.

Beginning at the Crystal Lake Trailhead, follow the Lakes Country Trail 216 west past Crystal Lake to Long Lake.

Explore the shores of Long Lake and go for a fish or a swim in the pristine alpine waters before heading back to the Crystal Lake Trailhead the way you came.

Getting to the Long Lake Trail Trailhead

From Kamas, Utah, head east along highway 150 for 39.6 km then take a left onto Forest Road 041. Continue along FR 041 to a divide, take a right then park at the Crystal Lake Trailhead parking lot just past the Washington Lake Campground.

Route Information

  • Backcountry Campground

    Camping at Long Lake

  • When to do

    April to September

  • Pets allowed


  • Family friendly

    Older Children only

  • Route Signage


  • Crowd Levels


  • Route Type

    Out and back

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