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Lagoon trail is a 1.7 mile point-to-point trail for all age levels featuring a river. The trail is primarily used for biking, trail running, and walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
This is a beautiful urban nature walk through and around Woodland Park. There are tables for picnics, a volleyball court, and a large lawn for a variety of games and play.
This trail takes you to and around the beautiful pasture lands of Buffalo Ranch where you can watch championship stallions grazing. You will pass two ponds abundant with waterfowl. Foxes and pheasants hide in the bushes along the way. The trail also connects to the D & RGW Rail Trail. Distance: 4.5 miles
This is a beautiful urban nature walk paralleling Haight Creek. There are plenty of cattails and willows to hide the wildlife. Deer, foxes, raccoons, and pheasants can be seen in this delightful wetland. Distance: ~2 miles down and back
This is a new commuter path for non-motorized users that parallels the Legacy Highway. It is a smooth and straight path that can be taken all the way into Salt Lake City.
This is a new commuter path for non-motorized users that parallels the Legacy Highway. It is a smooth and straight path that can be taken all the way into Salt Lake City. You will pass wetlands, Davis Creek, and ample benches for resting. The view of the mountains is beyond compare.
This is a beautiful hiking trail with some washed out sections. A side canyon takes you to a striking canyon overlook where you can watch the birds soar. Distance: 1.4 miles roundtrip
The Point of View Park Trail is located at Point of View Park. It connects to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail which is part of a larger trail system that interconnects the cities along the east bench above the houses. The view of the valley below is great! You can experience many great sights on this trail. One including the grave of an Indian princess buried with her baby underneath a large bed of rocks. The grave is marked with a plaque giving her history.
The Wild Rose area lies in steep foothills above the North Salt Lake bench. There's a short-but-sweet single-track loop suitable for early-intermediate riders and a short DH (downhill, bikes-only) trail for techies. And there are connectors to the Upper Ridgeline Trail, for adventuresome riders only.
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