Adam's Canyon Cabin - Davis County, Utah
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Lord Mot
N 41° 04.362 W 111° 52.424
12T E 426598 N 4547195
Quick Description: Located above Kaysville Utah
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 8/8/2012 12:41:47 PM
Waymark Code: WMF1WG
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member gleek
Views: 15

Long Description:
Adam's cabin is a 2 hours hike up Adam's canyon. The hike to the cabin is about 1450 feet vertical in about 1.8 miles (It's not an easy hike).

This cabin is on National Forest land and is available for public use. The cabin is popular during hunting season and gets occasional use during the summer months. The trail is steep and rough. To get to the cabin start at N 41 degrees 05.279' and W 111 degrees 53.873' where you will cross the stream and follow a very well used trail. You should be overlooking the valley soon from this point. Continue to follow this trail which will soon turn due east and become very steep as it heads up the mountain ridge. At 6300 feet you will be in oaks. Continue to the fork which will lead you to an old abandoned cabin with a dirt floor, sheet metal roof and stone walls, elevation 6650 ft.

It was built by the Morgan family of Layton and is a great place to sleep if you find yourself in that area of the mountains when it gets late. It is usually stocked with various food items by those that visit the cabin. You basically use what you need and leave what you don't need.

The Cabin always unlocked and can be used year around.

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Type of shelter: cabin

Stay overnight: Yes

Reservation required: No

Available Year Round: Yes

Enclosed: Enclosed

Sleeps How Many: Not Listed

Cost: Not listed

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