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The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile, high-elevation trail that follows I-80, from the charming streets of Park City through the smaller communities of Wanship and Coalville...
|UT||28 mi||Asphalt, Gravel||
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...
|UT||4 mi||Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt||
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...
I didn't attempt the north section because in involves multiple street crossings and heavy traffic areas. I rode out-n-back only the south section (8.2 miles total). The first couple of miles southeast from Draper City Park are very pleasant with significant shade and gentle hills. The extreme south end has no shade and ends with a long steep uphill on a narrow concrete walkway rather than an asphalt multi-use trail. It's a good workout, but won't be counted among my favorites.
We rode from Park City to Coalville. The weather was perfect, sunny but cool. The scenery was better than usual as the area has had some precipitation recently. The trail was in great shape until we got two miles from Coalville where it got a little rough. Having said that, we were going 14 to 15 mph so it wasn't that rough. This trail had everything today, green vegetation, red rock, lush farmland, cattle, deer, sheep and lots of rock chucks. Overall it was a great ride and I would give the trail five stars if the last two miles were as smooth as the first 19.
One of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. A must see for sure. We rode our E Bikes and stayed west to a forest road total ride 18.2 miles absolutely incredible
What they consider a bike path is a glorified sidewalk. There are no lane markings, no signage, and almost all the road crossings are poor visibility for the cars, and few or none are marked such that cars know there are supposed to be bikes crossing.
Not to mention that for most of this route there is a painted bike lane paralleling this 'bike route' on the road.
This should tell you all you need to know: most of the way riding on the road is safer than riding on this bike path.
This is an enjoyable trail with great mountain and field views and some very nice high-end back yards. Yes, there are a lot of gates and street crossings on the north half. There is an abrupt termination at the south end with no access. Don’t plan on entering there. It would be nice Connect it with trails going south and have access.
It’s a great trail, I go on it pretty often
Took this paved trail my first day in Zion. Was great with the baby and stroller and had great views and multiple chances to pause and see the river. It will have a bit heavy traffic but other than that it was great. Only hit 174 feet delta elevation change so definitely recommend for beginners, families / young kids , pets, just everyone. I can only imagine it’s the best warmup for the start of a longer stay.
The trail is closed about a thousand yards west of the Lakeshore trailhead. Construction on a new bridge that's being built.
Trail is closed about a thousands west of Lakeshore trail head due to bridge being built.
I started in Layton going south in October for a leisure ride, and my first few miles were just tedious with all the dangerous gates you have to virtually walk through...but the worst was the sea of gnats that covered me. It finally opened up a bit with fewer and less-trafficked crossings and fewer bugs, but of course I had to return... next time I'll drive to Farmington and head south.
First time riding this trail. It is a hidden gem. Well maintained with a few cracks and bumps. Trail closed at the far west end that circles the frisbee park. Careful on the tight twisting turns to the underpass. Highly recommend but hope it doesn't get too crowded.
It was so great to ride over Timpanogos Hwy this morning!
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