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Welcome to Eats and Feets! This site came to fruition when two people who loved checking out the local eats and the best hikes in Utah went looking for more. What we were surprised to see was an obvious lack of information on some of our favorite hikes and diners in Utah.

The biggest disappointment came when reading an article, which claimed to list the very best sandwich from every state. Excitement for the Utah result quickly turned to shock when the number one sandwich from Utah was the Arctic Circle fish sandwich.

Eating and Hiking in Utah

We knew there were so many great local restaurants in Utah, there was no way a fast food chain sandwich could be number one. With that in mind we set out to find the very best. But how could we burn all the extra calories from our “eats” adventures? Exploring the best of outdoor Utah was a must.

While Cheryl may give up and turn around 200 yards into the hike without a waterfall incentive at the end, and Cassie may spend hours searching for a trailhead that in fact doesn’t exist (three times to date) we’re committed to dine and hike Utah from Bear lake in the north to St. George down south and everywhere in between. We want to find the best local Utah spots and share them with everyone.

Follow us as we eat, walk, hike, canoe, climb, backpack, camp, and complain our way through the best of Utah. If you’ve got a suggestion for a delicious Utah restaurant, or a stunning Utah hike, we’d love to hear about it on our recommendation page. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and of course our blog as we conquer the best local food and outdoor adventures Utah has to offer.

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Latest Excursions

Nebo Loop
Nebo Loop
The Nebo Loop is a scenic byway that goes from Nephi, around Mt Nebo, north to Payson. There are a ton of overlooks, little hikes, and so on. And cows.
Haunted Forest
Haunted Forest
This is part 1 of my infinitely-parted series, "Haunted Houses in Utah." I've been to a ton, and if you're a haunted house connoisseur like me, you might like to know ahead of time which haunted houses are worth the ridiculous high fee, and which aren't.
Cascade Springs
Cascade Springs
This is basically the easiest type of "hike" you can go on. At no point are you actually required to walk on dirt. In fact, you could spend your entire walk avoiding dirt entirely. Wear heels if you want.
Thanksgiving Point Gardens
Thanksgiving Point Gardens
Let me explain what the Gardens are: They are some gardens. Huge numbers of gardens. It's a pretty big area, actually, full of gardens and sculptures and landscaping and "themed garden arrangements". Fifty-five acres of this, to be exact.