This book contains detailed descriptions of 73 hiking and bicycling trails in and around Utah's capital. The trails range in length from 1 mile to 13 miles, and they are all lavishly illustrated with over 400 colorful photographs and maps. All of the trailheads lie within 50 miles of Salt Lake City, and nearly all of them can be reached with an ordinary passenger car. The hikes include trails into the five federally designated wilderness areas near Salt Lake as well as walks into the migratory bird refuges on the east side of the Great Salt Lake. The bicycle rides include many mountain bike trails into the mountains above the city as well as paved bike paths that meander for miles along the scenic rivers of the Wasatch Front. Salt Lake City's Trails is David Day's most recent work; it follows his immensely popular "Utah's Incredible Backcountry Trails"