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(Steve Griffin | Tribune file photo) Three-year-old Mae Burghardt smells a Western Wall flower as guide Dusty Baldwin holds it for her during the2011 Wasatch Wildflower Festival at Alta. This year's festival run through Sunday.
This weekend, hike at the Wasatch Wildflower Festival

The Wasatch Wildflower Festival starts Friday, and hikers could be in for quite a show.

The festival, which has events in Little and Big Cottonwood canyons over three days, offers guided walks of varying difficulty. href="http://www.wasatchwildflowerfestival.org/schedules.htm" target="_blank">Click here for the schedule.

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After a dry winter and spring, recent rains likely have helped the wildflowers. On Sunday, Tribune reporter Aaron Falk tweeted href="https://twitter.com/aaronfalk/status/227155276766265344/photo/1" target="_blank">this photo on the trail to Red Pine Lake in Little Cottonwood Canyon.

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