Green Pond Trail

EASY 7 reviews

Green Pond Trail is a 3.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Huntsville, UT that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

3.2 miles 443 feet Out & Back

kid friendly


mountain biking


trail running

cross country skiing





This trail is used mainly by mountain bikers and hikers. The trail is suited for most people and is very kid friendly. The trail has a picnic area and a small pond along the way. Horses are not allowed on this trail any longer.

2 months ago

Easy trail, pretty scenery, perfect for a Sunday afternoon walk. This is good for kids, as well. There were many people and lots of mountain bikes. Most people riding their bikes were polite, but a few were quite rude.

4 months ago

Great hike. Very gradual incline. Not to hard for our 3 kids. Lots of mountain bike traffic, but we didn't mind.

4 months ago

Great little hike, not difficult at all, although it is rocky in certain areas and you share the trail with mountain bikers. Usually we park on Snowbasin road (by the Wheeler trailhead and walk across the street to the Green Pond trailhead. At the end of Green Pond we connect up with the #12 Snowbasin trail which will run you back to the Green Pond trail and back to the road, making a nice 4.5 mile loop. We try to hit the pond on our way out, usually as a time to rest and eat a little before going home. Have fun, it's a great little hike!

5 months ago

This is a family favorite. Beautiful, cool air, typically not crowded and has a picnic table by the pond. Little kids can easily do this.

5 months ago

7 months ago

I took my kids ages 8 and 10 on this hike. It is not difficult and is pretty. We parked at the point where the Old Snow Basin road is closed and hiked to Green pond. It was 2.75 miles each direction. There are also closer places to park to hike to the pond as well.

1 year ago

A fun area to hike and the pond along the way is a great place to picnic. I have been up here many times hiking and geocaching. This is a very busy area for biking so be aware of your surroundings.