Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Mt Ogden Section) is a 6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ogden, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Ogden Section) runs along the east bench of Ogden, Utah. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking, hiking, and trail running. The Bonneville Shoreline Trail offers lots of outdoor activities including mountain biking, hiking, trail running, x-cross skiing, scenic views and rock climbing. The trail caters to both families with children and the experienced outdoors person. This section of the trail is around 6 miles.
Would love to come back in the Spring.
Great trail for running!! Beautiful views and a lot of ups and downs to get you sweating!
This is a good trail to prepare you for the hiking season or just to get out and enjoy the outdoors for a while. There are parts that are moderate, but nothing too hard. Many people use this trail, but it's a good one.
beautiful place ho likes the view but not a lot of shade a lot of bike's and dogs
What happened to the graffiti bowl???
Have done this trail several times. This path is shared by bikers and hikers which can make it crowded often. It's a good trail and the further you go the incline steadily increases.
Great trail for an after work or early morning ride.
Great trail a little wet and slippery but overall an amazing view and an awesome experience.
Nice, easy running trail. busy on the weekends.
Difficult trail to hike on congested days - there are a lot of bikers, and the trail is too narrow for traffic. It does provide great views, but go slow and listen for other hikers and bikers on the trail.
One of my favorite places to hike when I don't have a hike in mind. You can drop in on the trail from many places. The trail offers something for everyone.
We have run across this trail and I really want to bike it before Winter sets in.