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Length
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224 Connector Trail

2 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

9 Line Trail

1.3 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Bingham Creek Trail

1.3 mi
State: UT
Gravel

East 224 Connector Trail

2.3 mi
State: UT
Boardwalk, Crushed Stone, Dirt

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

28 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete
Accordion

Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail

3.5 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Jordan River Parkway Trail

43.6 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

McLeod Creek Trail

4 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt

Murdock Canal Trail

17 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete

Olympic Parkway Trail

3.4 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete

Parley's Trail

5.5 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete

Poison Creek Trail

1.4 mi
State: UT
Asphalt, Concrete

Porter Rockwell Trail

10.7 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Provo River Parkway

15.2 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Split Rail Trail

2 mi
State: UT
Asphalt

Willow Creek Trail (UT)

1 mi
State: UT
Crushed Stone, Dirt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The 224 Connector Trail is a paved pathway that begins at the Interstate 80 underpass at Bitner Road and loops around Newpark Town Center to the State Route 224 and Ute Boulevard intersection. Trail-goers ...
UT 2 mi Asphalt
The 9 Line Trail is a short paved pathway along a former Union Pacific Railroad corridor in Salt Lake City. The line once carried much of the city's passenger rail traffic to the now out-of-service (but ...
UT 1.3 mi Asphalt
The Bingham Creek Trail offers a short, gravel pathway along quiet residential neighborhoods from Teton Estates Park in West Jordan to the Glenmoor Golf Course in South Jordan. The park is largely open ...
UT 1.3 mi Gravel
The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...
UT 2.3 mi Boardwalk, Crushed Stone, Dirt
The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile, high-elevation trail that follows Interstate 80, from the charming streets of Park City through the smaller communities of Wanship and Coalville ...
UT 28 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail runs through Lehi, about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City, along a Utah Transit Authority rail corridor. It begins near the Utah County line by a sprawling Cabela's ...
UT 3.5 mi Asphalt
The Jordan River Parkway Trail weaves in and out of urban areas, parks and marshy riversides as it follows the Jordan River for nearly 50 miles, traversing north from Utah Lake in Utah County through Salt ...
UT 43.6 mi Asphalt
Accordion
The McLeod Creek Trail begins north of downtown Park City near the Snow Creek Medical Center. It merges with the Olympic Parkway Trail along McLeod Creek for about a mile to Meadows Drive before paralleling ...
UT 4 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt
Located in Utah Valley, the pristine Murdock Canal Trail, which opened in May 2013, is built over the now-enclosed canal. The beautiful 17-mile paved trail connects seven communities in the Utah Valley ...
UT 17 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Olympic Parkway Trail stretches from Olympic Flag Park in Park City north to Snyderville. It follows Snow Creek Drive for a short distance before crossing it and paralles State Route 224/Park Avenue, ...
UT 3.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Parley's Trail, when complete, will become the first true off-road transportation and recreation link spanning Salt Lake City from east to west. Much of the trail's route is already open for use, including ...
UT 5.5 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Poison Creek Trail travels along the east side of City Park and into a historical area of Park City, originally a mining town. On this urban pathway, trail-goers will pass an eclectic mix of athletic ...
UT 1.4 mi Asphalt, Concrete
The Porter Rockwell Trail runs between Pioneer Avenue in Sandy and Minuteman Drive at Point of the Mountain. The paved trail follows an abandoned rail corridor through the suburbs south of Salt Lake City ...
UT 10.7 mi Asphalt
The Provo River Parkway weaves its way through state, city and county parks, as well as residential and commercial areas following the Provo River, then along University Avenue (US 189) to the mouth of ...
UT 15.2 mi Asphalt
The Split Rail Trail takes trail-goers north along Split Rail Lane through a residential area in South Snyderville Basin. The paved neighborhood trail provides access to Willow Creek Park's athletic fields ...
UT 2 mi Asphalt
The Willow Creek Trail runs through a popular community park in the Old Ranch neighborhood of Park City. It offers open vistas and links to the East 224 Connector Trail and Split Rail Trail. Willow Creek ...
UT 1 mi Crushed Stone, Dirt

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Trails by activity

224 Connector Trail

UT - 2 miles

The 224 Connector Trail is a paved pathway that begins at the Interstate 80 underpass at Bitner Road and loops around Newpark Town Center to the State Route 224 and Ute Boulevard intersection. Trail-goers ...

9 Line Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The 9 Line Trail is a short paved pathway along a former Union Pacific Railroad corridor in Salt Lake City. The line once carried much of the city's passenger rail traffic to the now out-of-service (but ...

Bingham Creek Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The Bingham Creek Trail offers a short, gravel pathway along quiet residential neighborhoods from Teton Estates Park in West Jordan to the Glenmoor Golf Course in South Jordan. The park is largely open ...

East 224 Connector Trail

UT - 2.3 miles

The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...

Accordion

East 224 Connector Trail

UT - 2.3 miles

The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

UT - 28 miles

The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile, high-elevation trail that follows Interstate 80, from the charming streets of Park City through the smaller communities of Wanship and Coalville ...

Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail

UT - 3.5 miles

The Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail runs through Lehi, about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City, along a Utah Transit Authority rail corridor. It begins near the Utah County line by a sprawling Cabela's ...

Jordan River Parkway Trail

UT - 43.6 miles

The Jordan River Parkway Trail weaves in and out of urban areas, parks and marshy riversides as it follows the Jordan River for nearly 50 miles, traversing north from Utah Lake in Utah County through Salt ...

McLeod Creek Trail

UT - 4 miles

The McLeod Creek Trail begins north of downtown Park City near the Snow Creek Medical Center. It merges with the Olympic Parkway Trail along McLeod Creek for about a mile to Meadows Drive before paralleling ...

Murdock Canal Trail

UT - 17 miles

Located in Utah Valley, the pristine Murdock Canal Trail, which opened in May 2013, is built over the now-enclosed canal. The beautiful 17-mile paved trail connects seven communities in the Utah Valley ...

Olympic Parkway Trail

UT - 3.4 miles

The Olympic Parkway Trail stretches from Olympic Flag Park in Park City north to Snyderville. It follows Snow Creek Drive for a short distance before crossing it and paralles State Route 224/Park Avenue, ...

Parley's Trail

UT - 5.5 miles

Parley's Trail, when complete, will become the first true off-road transportation and recreation link spanning Salt Lake City from east to west. Much of the trail's route is already open for use, including ...

Poison Creek Trail

UT - 1.4 miles

The Poison Creek Trail travels along the east side of City Park and into a historical area of Park City, originally a mining town. On this urban pathway, trail-goers will pass an eclectic mix of athletic ...

Porter Rockwell Trail

UT - 10.7 miles

The Porter Rockwell Trail runs between Pioneer Avenue in Sandy and Minuteman Drive at Point of the Mountain. The paved trail follows an abandoned rail corridor through the suburbs south of Salt Lake City ...

Provo River Parkway

UT - 15.2 miles

The Provo River Parkway weaves its way through state, city and county parks, as well as residential and commercial areas following the Provo River, then along University Avenue (US 189) to the mouth of ...

Split Rail Trail

UT - 2 miles

The Split Rail Trail takes trail-goers north along Split Rail Lane through a residential area in South Snyderville Basin. The paved neighborhood trail provides access to Willow Creek Park's athletic fields ...

Willow Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 1 miles

The Willow Creek Trail runs through a popular community park in the Old Ranch neighborhood of Park City. It offers open vistas and links to the East 224 Connector Trail and Split Rail Trail. Willow Creek ...

224 Connector Trail

UT - 2 miles

The 224 Connector Trail is a paved pathway that begins at the Interstate 80 underpass at Bitner Road and loops around Newpark Town Center to the State Route 224 and Ute Boulevard intersection. Trail-goers ...

9 Line Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The 9 Line Trail is a short paved pathway along a former Union Pacific Railroad corridor in Salt Lake City. The line once carried much of the city's passenger rail traffic to the now out-of-service (but ...

Bingham Creek Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The Bingham Creek Trail offers a short, gravel pathway along quiet residential neighborhoods from Teton Estates Park in West Jordan to the Glenmoor Golf Course in South Jordan. The park is largely open ...

East 224 Connector Trail

UT - 2.3 miles

The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...

Accordion

East 224 Connector Trail

UT - 2.3 miles

The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

UT - 28 miles

The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile, high-elevation trail that follows Interstate 80, from the charming streets of Park City through the smaller communities of Wanship and Coalville ...

Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail

UT - 3.5 miles

The Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail runs through Lehi, about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City, along a Utah Transit Authority rail corridor. It begins near the Utah County line by a sprawling Cabela's ...

Jordan River Parkway Trail

UT - 43.6 miles

The Jordan River Parkway Trail weaves in and out of urban areas, parks and marshy riversides as it follows the Jordan River for nearly 50 miles, traversing north from Utah Lake in Utah County through Salt ...

McLeod Creek Trail

UT - 4 miles

The McLeod Creek Trail begins north of downtown Park City near the Snow Creek Medical Center. It merges with the Olympic Parkway Trail along McLeod Creek for about a mile to Meadows Drive before paralleling ...

Murdock Canal Trail

UT - 17 miles

Located in Utah Valley, the pristine Murdock Canal Trail, which opened in May 2013, is built over the now-enclosed canal. The beautiful 17-mile paved trail connects seven communities in the Utah Valley ...

Olympic Parkway Trail

UT - 3.4 miles

The Olympic Parkway Trail stretches from Olympic Flag Park in Park City north to Snyderville. It follows Snow Creek Drive for a short distance before crossing it and paralles State Route 224/Park Avenue, ...

Parley's Trail

UT - 5.5 miles

Parley's Trail, when complete, will become the first true off-road transportation and recreation link spanning Salt Lake City from east to west. Much of the trail's route is already open for use, including ...

Poison Creek Trail

UT - 1.4 miles

The Poison Creek Trail travels along the east side of City Park and into a historical area of Park City, originally a mining town. On this urban pathway, trail-goers will pass an eclectic mix of athletic ...

Porter Rockwell Trail

UT - 10.7 miles

The Porter Rockwell Trail runs between Pioneer Avenue in Sandy and Minuteman Drive at Point of the Mountain. The paved trail follows an abandoned rail corridor through the suburbs south of Salt Lake City ...

Provo River Parkway

UT - 15.2 miles

The Provo River Parkway weaves its way through state, city and county parks, as well as residential and commercial areas following the Provo River, then along University Avenue (US 189) to the mouth of ...

Split Rail Trail

UT - 2 miles

The Split Rail Trail takes trail-goers north along Split Rail Lane through a residential area in South Snyderville Basin. The paved neighborhood trail provides access to Willow Creek Park's athletic fields ...

Willow Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 1 miles

The Willow Creek Trail runs through a popular community park in the Old Ranch neighborhood of Park City. It offers open vistas and links to the East 224 Connector Trail and Split Rail Trail. Willow Creek ...

224 Connector Trail

UT - 2 miles

The 224 Connector Trail is a paved pathway that begins at the Interstate 80 underpass at Bitner Road and loops around Newpark Town Center to the State Route 224 and Ute Boulevard intersection. Trail-goers ...

9 Line Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The 9 Line Trail is a short paved pathway along a former Union Pacific Railroad corridor in Salt Lake City. The line once carried much of the city's passenger rail traffic to the now out-of-service (but ...

Bingham Creek Trail

UT - 1.3 miles

The Bingham Creek Trail offers a short, gravel pathway along quiet residential neighborhoods from Teton Estates Park in West Jordan to the Glenmoor Golf Course in South Jordan. The park is largely open ...

East 224 Connector Trail

UT - 2.3 miles

The East 224 Connector Trail provides a convenient route through South Snyderville Basin from Willow Creek Park to the Redstone Shopping Complex. It meanders north along the former Denver and Rio Grande ...

Accordion

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

UT - 28 miles

The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile, high-elevation trail that follows Interstate 80, from the charming streets of Park City through the smaller communities of Wanship and Coalville ...

Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail

UT - 3.5 miles

The Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail runs through Lehi, about 20 miles south of Salt Lake City, along a Utah Transit Authority rail corridor. It begins near the Utah County line by a sprawling Cabela's ...

Jordan River Parkway Trail

UT - 43.6 miles

The Jordan River Parkway Trail weaves in and out of urban areas, parks and marshy riversides as it follows the Jordan River for nearly 50 miles, traversing north from Utah Lake in Utah County through Salt ...

McLeod Creek Trail

UT - 4 miles

The McLeod Creek Trail begins north of downtown Park City near the Snow Creek Medical Center. It merges with the Olympic Parkway Trail along McLeod Creek for about a mile to Meadows Drive before paralleling ...

Murdock Canal Trail

UT - 17 miles

Located in Utah Valley, the pristine Murdock Canal Trail, which opened in May 2013, is built over the now-enclosed canal. The beautiful 17-mile paved trail connects seven communities in the Utah Valley ...

Olympic Parkway Trail

UT - 3.4 miles

The Olympic Parkway Trail stretches from Olympic Flag Park in Park City north to Snyderville. It follows Snow Creek Drive for a short distance before crossing it and paralles State Route 224/Park Avenue, ...

Parley's Trail

UT - 5.5 miles

Parley's Trail, when complete, will become the first true off-road transportation and recreation link spanning Salt Lake City from east to west. Much of the trail's route is already open for use, including ...

Poison Creek Trail

UT - 1.4 miles

The Poison Creek Trail travels along the east side of City Park and into a historical area of Park City, originally a mining town. On this urban pathway, trail-goers will pass an eclectic mix of athletic ...

Porter Rockwell Trail

UT - 10.7 miles

The Porter Rockwell Trail runs between Pioneer Avenue in Sandy and Minuteman Drive at Point of the Mountain. The paved trail follows an abandoned rail corridor through the suburbs south of Salt Lake City ...

Provo River Parkway

UT - 15.2 miles

The Provo River Parkway weaves its way through state, city and county parks, as well as residential and commercial areas following the Provo River, then along University Avenue (US 189) to the mouth of ...

Split Rail Trail

UT - 2 miles

The Split Rail Trail takes trail-goers north along Split Rail Lane through a residential area in South Snyderville Basin. The paved neighborhood trail provides access to Willow Creek Park's athletic fields ...

Willow Creek Trail (UT)

UT - 1 miles

The Willow Creek Trail runs through a popular community park in the Old Ranch neighborhood of Park City. It offers open vistas and links to the East 224 Connector Trail and Split Rail Trail. Willow Creek ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Jordan River Parkway Trail

Never not gotten a flat tire here!

September, 2016 by ronthematson

Have not ridden this trail in years due to the goat head thorns. With newer sections and connections added I thought I'd give it another shot. Many sections were really fun, some a little bumpy due to roots under the asphalt. I rode from 45th south, north to about 200 southish in salt lake where it looked like the trail ended. I turned around and rode south to "point of the mountain" area. After 5 or 6 wrong turns that took me off the designated route due to NO markings, and the goat head thorns I found in my tires when I got home, I.will not be going back soon.

Jordan River Parkway Trail

I agree trail needs to better marked.

July, 2016 by donaldmorgan1245

The trail is a nice ride not technical. It is difficult to follow and needs to better marked. I want to ride more of the trail, but it appears some sections are closed. Restrooms are good in some areas and very poor in others, The ones by Gardner Village are horrible and whoever is responsible for this section should be ashamed!

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

Gravel bliss

June, 2016 by loriosmith

This is one of my favorite gravel rides. The downhill to Echo is fun, the return is a grind. Well worth the trip!

Accordion

Provo River Parkway

Great Conversational Bike Ride

June, 2016 by brucebartholomew

Dropped off a car at Utah Lake State Park and then rode DOWNHILL from Vivian Park. Left at 7:30 pm, took 1 hr 20 minutes. Not hot, little exertion. Sure there's some bumps and underpasses, but they add character to the ride. A cool slice of Provo through river bottoms, backyards, commercial zones, city parks and pastures. Not for serious cyclists but a great way to spend an evening with someone you like to be with. Pedestrians, skaters, dog lovers, couples, families--everyone I said hello to was smiling!

Provo River Parkway

Part of our Utah vacation

June, 2016 by caroljeicher

We rode this trail a couple weeks ago while vacationing in Utah. Beautiful scenery. Loved the huge waterfall and riding by the rushing river. It is well maintained with LOTS of people using it. We started at the Virgin Park Trailhead. We did not ride through the city part. Drove to the Lake and rode that end also. There is a great/beautiful train ride out of Heber City that goes to Virgin Park where the the rails end and the Trail starts. Then it goes back to Heber City. We rode the train, then jumped in our car and drove back to the Trailhead and got on the trail. One can really see the rails to trails concept as the railroad tracks literally end and the trail begins. Fun day filled with historic appreciation!

Historic Utah Southern Rail Trail

Short but ties into Murdock Trail

May, 2016 by majhreid

I start at 300 W near Hwy 89. I go north for about 2 mi and pick up the Murdock Trail. Very little foot or cycle traffic. Well maintained. Only one real caution crossing 1200 E.

Bingham Creek Trail

New Information

April, 2016 by bkgrimshaw

The Bingham creek trail has recently been upgraded by the city. It is now paved for 1.4 miles with a trailhead at the original location and an additional trailhead with parking where it crosses Skye Drive. An excellent trail for families, short bike rides, running, walking, or whatever.

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park

Pure Bliss

April, 2016 by pedalfree

I rode this trail on Sunday April 10 and absolutely loved it. I round tripped the whole route, from Echo to Park City and back...a total of 52 miles. Here's what you need to know if you're going to ride it.

1. It's mostly unpaved and not in that nice, crushed limestone, Katy Trail sort of way. It's more like a ranch or a fire road along most of its length. Generally speaking, the 13 miles from Park City to Wanship are much smoother than the 13 from Wanship to Echo. The worst stretch is the 4 miles from Echo to Coaldale. If you eliminate that little bit, it's a pretty decent ride. This isn't suburbia. It's a rural trail through the American West.

2. There are some soft spots. Again, most of these are in the Echo-Coaldale section of the trail. On my return, it started raining pretty hard and it turned into a quagmire real fast. I rode on 26" x 2.75" Dirt Wizard tires and I'm glad I did. I think this route is much more enjoyable if you're on a bike that can handle the terrain easily. Everybody's different, but I would not attempt the full route without at least 2" of tire width under me. From Park City to Wanship, a hybrid or gravel grinder will probably work just fine for most folks.

3. A 2% grade sounds like no big deal but over many miles it slows you down and wears you down. I never used the big rings on my cassette, but it was a lot more work going uphill to Park City than it was going back to Echo. I rode back almost twice as fast as I rode out. If you're going to roundtrip this, it's probably best to ride uphill first if your circumstances allow.

4. It parallels a freeway for almost the entire distance. It's a rural freeway through the mountains and sagebrush flats, not an urban freeway. For much of the route, it's well above you so it's not as if you're riding with traffic. This is common in this part of the world. The bike routes over Vail Pass and through Glenwood Canyon in Colorado also parallel freeways. Yes, there's a little bit of noise but don't let that discourage you. The views are incredible along most of the route.

If you live in a city or the suburbs like most Americans do these days, you're probably used to well manicured trails with themed signage, benches, beautiful trailheads, etc. This is not that. If you come expecting that, you're likely to leave disappointed. If, on the other hand, you come expecting to be wowed by the awesome, simple beauty of the American West, it will be a day well spent. I will be back. Five stars.

Porter Rockwell Trail

Great Family Ride

October, 2015 by libbycain

We started at Dewey Bluth Park in Sandy with our thee kids (5,4, and infant). The park was a great place to park with lots of shade, bathroom and playground. We left at 1p which was fine because it's October, but if it was midsummer it would be best to do this trail in the morning or evening hours. Awesome trail with some shade along the way.

Jordan River Parkway Trail

Horribly Marked Trail

September, 2015 by bchat4

This trail was nice to ride on, but it is HORRIBLY marked. My mom and I were planning on doing an 80 mile bike ride so we wanted to bike the entire trail. We were so confused the whole time. There were so many different turn offs that weren't marked. It was so confusing! I think it would have been a great trail to ride on it just needs to be marked way better.

Murdock Canal Trail

An email from my co-rider on Murdock Canal Trail

July, 2015 by eelizon

Wow, what a hero you are! That is a lot of miles in two days. I want to go Saturday for sure...lets do 55! Should we do the Murdock canal trail again? I liked that ride.

Somes up her thought about this trail and our bike ride on 7-18-15

Murdock Canal Trail

Worthy of all level bikers

July, 2015 by eelizon

This was the 1st time on Murdock. The reviews and facts on this site helped alot in deciding to ride this 17 mile trail.
Coming from north I15 we got to Thanksgiving Point, and drove about 1.5 miles east to the very start of the trail and began our ride above it's heavy intersection. Parked at the side of the road by the car dealership, crossed the road and began riding. The riding was wonderful, trail is marked well and is wide. Only confusing part was when we got to a park which everyone who rides this far on the Murdock trail will get to this park. No real marking of which way to go but I assume it's because any way through the park will keep you on the trail, at the park entrance it's best to make a right but if you continue east you'll hit a main road we went right. From the right turn, about a 1/2 mile there is a bathroom and a nice map and entrance back onto the trail. The 2 bathrooms we hit were clean! There are bathrooms all along the way.
At about mile 9 or at least after the park on the trail I saw one drinking fountain on the east of the road with a nice covered rest stop. Beyon (heading south) on the westside is a vending machine! It looked stocked but I didn't check it out.
The ride is nice, roosters,barns, close view of the mountains and lake. There are steel bars for bikers to pass through but for safety reason, to cross streets. At the end of the trail we continued east about 2 miles get onto the Provo River Trail. This was a wonderful connection with a very gradual climb to a close up view of Bridal Falls. The trail is older could use an uplift, the cool thing is the trail is split in 3 sections. 1 for walkers, 1 for bikers going east & 1 lane for bikers going west. Great idea!
After Bridal falls we continued up east on the trail for 2 miles and hit a park for a well deserved break. Bathroom no so great here.
All in all the trip took us 2.24 hrs up and roughly 2.10 hrs down. There was 1 challenging hill that you have to do on the Murdock but nothing on the Provo River Trail. Our total roundtrip mileage for 7-18-2015 was 49.8 miles. We started about 7:15 am with light jackets on and we were back into the car about noon and it was now about 82 degrees or more.
Both trail are really good but together I thought incredible to bike ride on.

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