Barrier Free Trail is a 1.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sandy, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until October.
Just over a mile total. Paved easy incline walk. Perfect for toddlers and grandparents! A benched overlook at the end of the trail. It is barrier free, so no fences except at the overlook. We took a two year old on this and he enjoyed it with little water streams from the melting snow. Plenty of rocks, sticks, and small critters to look at. We did this walk in the early evening in the beginning of June and the weather was pretty much perfect; 75 degrees, plenty of clear skies, most of the snow gone.
Beautiful. Good for little ones. Right now it is blocked with some snow about 1/4 in though. Not easily passable with stroller. But you can walk over it.
This was fun with my kids. More of a walk than a hike. It's paved and has a nice look-out point at the end. Great for families and kids.