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This trail follows a two-mile loop into the heavily forested area of a natural amphitheater protected within the Monument. A printed trail guide is available at the Visitor Center and trailhead.

The Alpine Pond Nature Trail can be used with or without a printed guide that helps identify a variety of plant species and geologic features in the landscape. The trail leads along the northern portion of the natural amphitheater preserved within the Monument. It forms a two-mile loop, which drops below the rim of the canyon into a heavily forested area. Visitors will find aspen trees, spruce and fir species in this wooded area. The route can be made into a one mile nature walk by using a shuttle car at each trailhead.

Directions: From Southern Entrance, Drive northward into the Monument on Utah State Road 148 approximately five miles to the trailhead.

Elevation: 10,500 feet

Difficulty: Moderate

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