Corner Canyon is a 3.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Draper, UT and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking and is accessible from May until October.
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Fun little hike.
Took my son along and had a nice little hike. While not spectacular, a nice, good-lengthed, trail. Pretty canyon and with a good amount of shade and lots of scrub oak.
There was a fair amount of mountain bike traffic, the first half of the loop (going counter clockwise) was a steady uphill, and all the streams but one (ghost falls) were dry. That, and the crisscross of trails on the last half of the loop, make it only medium kid friendly. Great for the experience and exercise, but there are better hikes around.
Looks like Corner Canyon made the list of top scariest places in Utah!
Easy hike, beautiful in the Fall. Perfect hike if you have kiddos.
Great for trail running in off peak times. Lots of mountain bikers make the small trail crowded.
I took Canyon Hollow trail from this trail head and followed along to Ghost Trail and Rattler Trail to a lookout peak. Great views and great trails. I didn't follow a loop, just many onb's.
Definitely not a great place to hike, but looked like perfect mountain biking!
Corner Canyon is my favorite place to mountain bike. It's close and convenient for an after work ride, and it has a lot of different trails, so you can choose your own adventure! Rush is my favorite downhill trail, but they are all really good!
Corner Canyon is well on the easy side of moderate. The first half (approximately) is a walk in the woods, with a little elevation. The second half provides several nice views of the valley -- though you'll need to hike elsewhere for stunning views. This trail is better for fitness than scenery, especially if you run or bike it. Make sure you follow the map; there are multiple intersecting trails, especially on the first half.
well.... there are NOT dogs allowed on the corner canyon loop. you get to the bridge and there is a new sign that says NO dogs.. so sweet headed along the Bonneville shoreline trail which is a nice view as it looks over the city... so a nice hike. yes, lots of bikers.
It was beautiful, peaceful, shady, and pretty moderate trail. I would definatly recomend!
There is construction along the trail with workers, noises, and big machinery. It is also a leash dogs only dog trail with many of the routes completely closed to dogs. Plus the stream is dried up.
Nice trail, we did it backwards which I would recommend cause then on the way down the Temple pops out of no where around a corner and it's pretty cool.