Salt Lake City’s most northern neighborhood is the Avenues. The Avenues is one of the oldest real estate housing markets in Salt Lake City. With a number of the homes having been built in the late 1800s. This area features a number of commercial services-mixed with the residential uses making for a very walkable neighborhood. However, the general topography of the aves is a hill. At South temple, you begin your climb to the upper aves which were built up more in the 1990s. So stop and grab a coffee from Jack Mormon Coffee Roasting or Publik Coffee Roasters to keep you going to the top. The upper aves is one of Salt Lake City’s more premier neighborhoods. With a number of multi-million dollar homes lining the hillside, this is the place if you are looking for views. Neighborhoods like North Cove, and Federal Point offered a private gated setting while other communities like Arlington Hills and Federal Height have Historic charm. The Aves also has a few famous neighbors, the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Hospital make up an eastern border and Downtown Salt Lake City forms the southern. This neighborhood has great access to hiking and biking since the north boundary is the foothills of the Wasatch front. Couple of favorites include the shoreline trail and Ensign Peak for hiking. Bobsled and I street jumps for mountain biking.