Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Lewis Peak Section)

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Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Lewis Peak Section) is a 14.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Ogden, UT that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from February until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

14.1 miles 2827 feet Out & Back

dogs on leash



mountain biking

rock climbing


trail running


cross country skiing



wild flowers


Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Lewis Peak Section) runs from the mouth of Ogden canyon north to North Ogden divide road. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking, hiking, and trail running. This is the middle section of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail that runs the entire north and south length of Weber county. This section of the trail has many Trailheads and a variety of activities to do. This trail is heavily used so if you are a hiker or biker please keep a watch out for each other. Most of this trail offers little to no shade so be prepared for that. A recent addition to this section will take you high up on the bench with an amazing view of North Ogden below. The Bonneville Shoreline Trail is a major trail that will someday run the length of the Wasatch Front in the east foothills - from Payson through North Ogden. It is mostly on public land, on the benches above city streets and homes. Finished sections of the trail are popular for hiking and biking, and provide great views of the adjoining valleys.

6 months ago

7 months ago

I hiked this trail w/my boy scouts about 5 yrs ago. A great trail to challenge yourself. I want to hike it again!

1 year ago

Been on the trails all across this range for years and watch them develope. Ogden Trails has done a great job.

1 year ago

1 year ago

Been on this trail quite a bit for many geocaching adventures. I have not hiked the whole thing in one trip, but am pretty sure I've covered it all over the past few years. This section of trail seems a little less populated than the Mount Ogden section, and it provides a wide avenue with various spurs to explore.

1 year ago

Live very near this section of the BST and hike it several times a month. I can leave my house grab a trailhead at Jump Off or Nature Center North and be on this trail in a matter of minutes. I love to be dropped of at the mouth of Ogden canyon and hike the 5 or so miles home. This trail is a great asset and enjoyed by many.