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By Sean Stoker, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Mar 22nd, 2016
THE GREAT OUTDOORS — With winter finally thawing into spring, the season of outdoor recreation is at last upon us. With countless people flocking to the Utah wilderness to spend time in Mother Nature, many focus on hiking, camping and the mountain biking side of things. But one of Utah's outdoor assets that often goes overlooked is the abundance of equestrian trails dotting the state.
Have a look at some fun locales across the state of Utah where you can hang with your hoofed friend.
Cassidy Trail, Garfield County
It's believed that the legendary old West outlaw Butch Cassidy used this trail many a time to escape the law. Running about 8 miles from the Red Canyon trailhead to Casto Canyon, this trail features beautiful red rock formations and native flora and fauna dot the view.
Directions: From Panguitch, take Highway 89 southeast. Exit onto Utah 12 and travel east for about 4 miles to reach Red Canyon trailhead...
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