Mollie’s Nipple

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A cone of sandstone rises up from the Utah landscape, thus inspiring its risqué name. The legend tells of pioneer John Kitchen who named the peak after his wife, Molly, due to the difference in color at the very top. Considered a challenging hike, the average time spent on this trail is just under two hours. Bring a friend, but keep the dogs at home! There is a lot of rough terrain, so it might not be suitable for children. (Tony Dominguez)