In the mid-1800s, a handful of settlers discovered the lands of Alpine near Lehi in what they called Upper Dry Creek. The city population sits at just over 11,000. Although smaller, Alpine is notorious for being one of the more prominent, beautiful, nice areas in the entire valley. With its elevated views, the city’s beauty has been compared to that of the Swiss Alps. And with home appreciation up 12.6% in the last year, it is a great time to purchase a new home here.
If you enjoy the outdoors, Alpine has many trails that lead to breathtaking views, scenery, and waterfalls. Lambert Park hosts a plethora of trails for horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking, as well as waterfall pools and the best views of Utah county.
The city also offers fun events throughout the year such as the Main Street Trunk-or-Treat, various educational events, and Alpine Days. Alpine Days brings in people from all over to enjoy the rodeos, mutton busting, delicious food, and more.
Alpine is part of the Alpine School District, which has some of the highest-ranking public schools in the valley. The city has two public elementary schools and one junior high. The high school is in the neighboring city of Highland. Living in Alpine offers an excellent educational program for students.
When discovering what Utah really has to offer, Alpine is the place to go. Get out and explore its bounteous beauty and everything else the city has to offer.
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