Holladay, UT Snowmobiling Trails and Maps

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Clearfield Canal Trail

Clearfield Canal

July, 2024 by cg6fr7kh8d

Full sun. No direct parking but LDS Church vey nearby (in the morning shaded parking for a cool car when you return). To complete the whole path, you have to cross a couple of roads, including a busy highway, but cross walks nearby. One of those places you can enjoy the beauty of a more urban path. HAFB nearby, so you can see the jet against the mountains. All and all- not Bad

Jordan River Parkway Trail

Great stretch of Trail

July, 2024 by hchristopherheath

48 great miles of various riding terrane and features. Many parks along the path more concentrated in the city.

I would say that the section between General Holm Park and N Temple is a bit sketchy in spots but I never really felt in any danger; only a bit disconcerted. I saw the police in those areas clearing out the people loitering and sleeping along the rail.

21st Street Pond Trail

21 St. Pond Trail

July, 2024 by 4thebline

It's pretty nice most the way along! I go walking there quite a lot, when it's not too hot! I stop and take pictures of the pond, and also of the ducks, as well.

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Porter Rockwell Trail

Don't Stop There

June, 2024 by rebraun44

I've ridden this trail on numerous occasions. I have a lot to say about it. First, let me say that I'm speaking to bikers; the trail would be too much for walkers and joggers. I've tried starting on the Porter Rockwell trail at the Northern most point, but, after several tries, I've concluded that the best spot to start is at Draper Park. There's good parking, bathrooms and an easy to find starting-out point. From the Park, of course it is a shorter route, but DON'T stop at the end of Porter Rockwell! Just continue straight ahead. The trail takes on a different name, and shortly thereafter, it moves away from Rte I-15 and gives you an awesome view of the activity on top of Point of the Mountain. The trail then continues along new housing on your left, and expansive views on the right. But again, don't stop. The trail goes past a relatively new tech building, and then, when it says End of Trail, turn right, go down the hill (go slowly, it is pretty steep), and follow the path to a new bridge (for bikes, etc., but not for motor vehicles) that crosses the #92 highway, and connects with the Murdock Canal Trail (for those of you who'd like to do another 18 miles one-way). Try it, I guarantee you'll love it. One more thing; the path is paved all the way, and is in excellent condition.

Jordan River Parkway Trail

Great Trail EXCEPT SLC

May, 2024 by texasfan11

Most of this trail is great and peaceful. The only real watchout is parts of the trail in Salt Lake City. There are many homeless encampments and groups of people doing drugs out in the open (especially around North Temple). This was May 2024. The trail directly south of Salt Lake can get confusing at times as the signage is not great. Other than that it's a great trail that follows the Jordan river.

Provo River Parkway

Provo River Parkway and Canyon

May, 2024 by shastaron

Rode this trail from Utah Lake State Park up to Vivian Park and back. The first 10 miles are mostly in town even though you follow the river. The river make the ride cooler and more casual. The last 5 is moving through the canyon with the roadway nearby and can be loud. Mostly a gentle climb all the way to the turn around point. Of the first 10 miles about 6 of those miles are the roughest paved trail I have ever been on. Hopefully with all the 2024 construction that will improve. Mostly a downhill ride coming back. Be careful since there is a lot of foot traffic and several underpasses that are single lane only. Some of the in town sections near BYU are very narrow. Be patient.

Legacy Parkway Trail

Our favorite trail

April, 2024 by joshua.w.schulze

We absolutely love riding this trail. It’s the perfect length for our family rides. I have a 7yr and 5yr old and they love the change ins scenery, cool tunnels, roadside playgrounds, and places to eat in Farmington when we are done. Sometimes my 7yr old rides his own r-bike, the trail is plenty wide enough and very well maintained. Some parts don’t have shade and some do, which is normal from what I’ve experienced. It’s full paved so nothing harsh on the bike. It’s our go to trail!

Jordan River Parkway Trail

pretty and calm

March, 2024 by 5jd2sskj4s

Great little walk, a part of the riverton side was flooded but we just walked the other side instead. Very nice.

Mountain View Corridor Trail

Great Trail

January, 2024 by 2131jerry

Completed this trail, nice gentle slopes and well maintained.

Murdock Canal Trail

One of the nicest paved bike trails I have seen. As wide as a lane on a road.

October, 2023 by glennzior

One of the nicest paved bike trails I have seen. As wide as a lane on a road.

Parley's Trail

Uber Urban Trail

October, 2023 by sirlward

Parley’s trail begins within the intersection of Interstates 80 and 215 BeltLoop as it T’s off the the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. It quickly drops down into Parley’s Nature Preserve - which is the only real piece of nature you’ll encounter along this Uber Urban trail. From there you’ll closely follow interstate 80 into Sugarhouse Park then after winding through Sugarhouse business district the trail becomes aligned with the UTA S-Line light rail east to South Salt Lake. From here the trail meanders with often poor signage along city streets until it joins year another UTA light rail line (Green Line) as it crosses rail yards, interstate exchanges and finally meets its end as it T’a into the Jordan River Trail.

Parley's Trail

The trail is now complete!

October, 2023 by robmidgley

The local media has been covering its completion so we went and checked it out. There are some obscure spots where better signage would have helped to navigate. We started on the east end, Grandeur Peak Trailhead. Going west you stay south of I-215 until 1700 East, where you cross to the north side of the freeway and follow the south and west edge of Sugarhouse Park where the trail goes under 1300 East. Just past the sugar beet statue, turn left out onto Wilmington Avenue.

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