Red Ledges, about 10.5 miles up Spanish Fork Canyon in Utah, has beautiful red rock right in Utah County! It also leads straight to Diamond Fork Arch! There are picnic tables and a bathroom available at the beginning of the trail. Be aware that these ledges do get covered in snow during the winter time.
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To find the Red Ledges Picnic Area, take US- 6 east through Spanish Fork and into the canyon for 10.5 miles. Then turn left at the sign that says Diamond Fork. Once you are on this road, follow for about 6 miles until you see the Red Ledges Picnic Area on the left. Bring extra shoes to walk up the hill in as there is red sand at the beginning of the trail!
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