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The Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail extends north from West Bountiful and passes through the Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area, where it joins the Legacy Parkway Trail. Continuing north, the trail travels through Farmington, Kaysville, Layton, Clearfield and Clinton to Hinckley Drive on the border of Roy and West Haven. Both trails are also part of the Golden Spoke network, which offers more than 100 miles of connected, paved trails stretching from Ogden to Provo.
The former right-of-way, most recently used by Union Pacific Railroad, was railbanked by the Utah Transit Authority in 2003. The various cities it links have agreements with the rail agency to maintain the trail.
For a longer journey, continue south on the Legacy Parkway Trail from Centerville to reach North Salt Lake. The Jordan River Parkway Trail seamlessly continues south from that point, running nearly 50 miles across the north–south length of Salt Lake County.
A half-mile south from the trail's northern endpoint at Hinckley Drive, you'll find parking at the Roy FrontRunner Station (W. 4000 S. and Sandridge Drive) in Roy; the station is less than a block east of the trail. A little farther south, you can also find parking in Heritage Park (1300 N. and 1000 W.) in Clinton.
In Layton, the midpoint of the trail, you can park at Ellison Park (750 N. Cold Creek Way) on the western side of the trail. Not far from the southern end of the trail, parking is available in Centerville at the Birnam Woods Trailhead (N. 830 W.), which is shared with the Legacy Parkway Trail.
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