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In 2017 Utah Open Lands was successful in leading a village of support that resulted in the preservation of Bonanza Flat. Explore the historical and ecological significance of this 1500 acres of open space at the apex of the Central Wasatch, and learn more about what makes Bonanza Flat such a biologically and historically rich landscape.

bonanza flat
conservation area

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Trail Tips

to challenge your inner steward

PARKING CAMS

Know before you go! Use our interactive parking camera locator to check traffic at trailheads before you head up to Bonanza! We have the Bonanza Flat Trailhead lot and the Bloods Lake cam ready to go now. Click the image below to get connected.  The feed updates every half hour. Once on the view, you can chose at the tabs at the top which view you're interested in and, roll your cursor to the bottom to adjust times of view.  Well be adding Mid Mountain soon. 
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trail conditions

Click on the trail you're interested in to find out about the current condition of the trail.
 
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habitat cards

Bonanza Flat is home to a diverse community of plants and animals. You may see (or hear) some of these species while exploring out there! Click on a habitat card to learn more about the species you're interested in!

Wasatch Rockcress

Garett's Fleabane

Aspen
Forest

False Hellebore

Water Resources

 

habitat coloring book

Want a fun activity to get kids excited about getting outside? Download our habitat coloring book and open up the door to a fun and educational resource for young explorers.
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