East of Salt Lake City and Kamas in the Ashley National Forest, the Granddaddy Lake Trailhead provides access to a nice three day, two night trip. From the trailhead on the first day, head southeast to Pine Island Lake which is about 9 miles. The horseback riding route follows the North Fork Duchesne Trail to the East Fork Duchesnes Trail to the East Fork Pinto Lake Trail. On the second day, head northeast to Black Lake which is about 8 miles. The route follows TR74 and TR25. On the third day, head back to the trailhead via the Highline Trail.
Overall, Granddaddy Lake Trailhead is the 6th most popular horse trail of all 25 horseback rides in Utah.