We acknowledge that this trail is located on the traditional territory of Goshute.
Located on Antelope Island (technically a peninsula), this peak gives sweeping 360 views of the Great Salt Lake, as well as its surrounding mountain ranges. The dusty west mountains have an unexpected beauty, with their rolling peaks and valleys sprinkled with large boulders. So much drama!
This hike is located in a State Park and so there is a fee per vehicle to enter. There is no shade on this trail, so be prepared with sunglasses and sunscreen. Due to the unique ecosystem of the island, biting gnats can also be common–so bring bug spray and check conditions beforehand!
We hiked this in November and temperatures were a little on the chill side, but totally fine with coats and gloves. Sunsets along this trail are incredible! There are also seasonal road closures that could add to your distance, so plan ahead.