Wild Rose Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near North Salt Lake, 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.
Wild Rose Trail has three offerings from the trailhead located near North Salt Lake, Utah and is good for all skill levels. There is an easy 2 1/2 mile loop for hiking or riding. An easy 1 mile (each way) to lookout point. And, a moderate 2 1/2 mile trail that overlooks City Creek and Salt Lake.
Nice trail running. Dog friendly and kids can handle it. Open some shade. you can see Salt Lake from the top.
These are more rolling hills than they are mountains with lots of scrub oak so the trails are pretty easy. The views along the way are stunning, giving you many lookouts of the great salt lake, and antelope island. I would recommend doing this at sunset to see the amazing sunset going down over the lake and island.
Really nice trail, dirt but smooth enough and not too steep for a jogging stroller. Great maps and markers. Not too busy in the morning and a really nice park with covered picnic tables at the trailhead. Will definitely come back with my mountain bike since there are dedicated downhill trails.
fairly easy, good exercise, nice views.
A great, easy trial with my teenage boys. Amazing views! I liked that we were in and out of the shade of the oak trees.
Can't wait to go back again and take a different route. My boys want to go back with their bikes.
little guy only lasted 30 minutes. wanted to go back and play in park where the trail started. i want to come back and do this at night to see the city lights.