Indian Trail ist ein 8.2 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Ogden, Utah. Er führt durch schönen Wald, vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist am besten von März bis November zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 8.2 miles Höhenunterschied: 2,716 feet Routentyp: Hin & zurück

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The Indian trail loosely traces the old Shoshoni Indian path used in ancient times to get out of Ogden Canyon and onto the salt lake plain. The trail is heavily forested and, even though you are close to Ogden, has a wilderness feel to it. The trail is well maintained and cool even in the summer. The Indian Trail is a moderate hike that ascends through lush evergreen forest and past interesting geology. It climbs steeply into Ogden Canyon, winds in and out of Warm Water Canyon, climbs to "Nevada Viewpoint" on the ridge between Warm Water Canyon and Cold Water Canyon, and then descends to into Cold Water Canyon near the Cold Water Canyon Trailhead. You can hike it out and back, or arrange a shuttle and hike from Trailhead to Trailhead.

wandern
eisig
schlammig
schnee
1 month ago

wandern
2 months ago

This hike was so fun! There was a ton of shade, and it wasn’t too hot or too cold. There was snow in some places and I didn’t finish the whole thing, but it was such a beautiful hike anyways. Be careful of slippery ice though!

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

loved, didn't get as far as we hoped, but that was more due to my not getting enough information prior to going... sadly I'm still a easy only fitness. but a utterly beautiful trail for the 1 mile we got into it.

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wandern
steinig
3 months ago

wandern
3 months ago

Colors are perfect!

wandern
3 months ago

This was our first time on this trail and we LOVED it! We are active people and in decent shape and we never felt this was extremely hard. However, it was a good workout. We went on a day that was overcast with slight, light rain and conditions couldn’t have been more perfect. The colors were changing on the trees. It was mostly covered with scrub oak and trees and the scenery was really beautiful. We parked a car on the canyon side and then drove another to the 22nd street entrance and started there. We almost decided to to the full 8.4 miles in and back, but decided to go the other route and I am sure glad we did for our first time (plus we had a guy with a baby in a backpack). This is one we will definitely do again in the near future. I highly recommend this trail.

wandern
4 months ago

This is by far one of my favorite trails. Definitely “moderate” rated. Lots of inclines and valley. But so very beautiful and unique.

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kein schatten
4 months ago

wandern
5 months ago

This trail was difficult for me... probably even more so that Malan’s Peak. It was a great challenge and very rewarding to sit on top of a mountain!

wandern
5 months ago

I loved this trail!

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steinig
5 months ago

This trail is amazing. We started at the Cold Water side and left a car 22nd. It was 5.7 miles. It is narrow with steep drop offs at some points, lots of loose rock at parts as well. It’s has a lot of pretty good inclines, but also nice breaks with level or downhill sections. Great workout. Loved it.

wandern
5 months ago

I really loved the hike! Not too difficult and very scenic!

wandern
5 months ago

Great trail. Its a little steep but once you get into the canyon the views are incredible. Pretty much had the whole trail to myself.

wandern
5 months ago

Great trail. The trail is kinda steep both ways but once you enter the canyon it's gorgeous. Cool view of the city at the top.

wandern
5 months ago

Pretty great trail to hike up the hard parts and run down the rest. Did the whole out and back in 2.5 hours. My GPS logged 9.2 miles.

wandern
6 months ago

This is an excellent hike as long as you’re aware of a couple of things. One: don’t miss the sign to turn right (uphill) at around one mile in. It’s on a tree and mostly covered. If you miss it you’ll end up scrambling over rocks on what looks like a trail but it’s not. Turn around if you find yourself in such a position. Two: after the switchbacks when the trail splits and you can go uphill or downhill, go downhill to continue toward the canyon. We went from the 22nd street entrance over into the canyon by parking a car at each end so we didn’t need to do the out-and-back. That makes the hike just about 4.5 miles and is definitely the way I’d recommend doing things, especially as the decline into the canyon is much less steep than the 22nd street side. Happy hiking!

wandern
6 months ago

great morning home to warm springs and back.

wandern
6 months ago

I have been trail running for several months now, and this is by far my favorite trail. I try to make it every week at least once a week. It's a steep incline from the 22nd St side, but absolutely worth the pain. Hell of a workout for legs. I love flying on the downhill after losing all faith in my abilities power hiking up the 22nd street side, flying on the downhill is such a sweet treat. Some parts are rocky and gravely, if you aren't watching your step, you could easily roll an ankle. Love love love this trail. It's not crowded at all, even in the morning on gorgeous days. I think the steep incline right up front keeps most from going all the way to the canyon. Do take two vehicles or punch out the 8 miles from 22nd to O Canyon and back!! Takes a little while, but this hike improves my street running endurance. I feel faster, lighter, and more agile. I rock Arcteryx Norvan LD Gortex trail runners and they eat this trail. Do this trail, its gorgeous. One weird thing, Cicadas in the trees are eery as they make clicking noises and sometimes flutter by your head, if you're freaked by big flying bugs, prepare yourself, lol

wandern
6 months ago

I've hiked this trail numerous times since I was a teenager. If you've never been on it before, be advised it is a very narrow trail. There are many spots where it's a steep dropoff, so watch your footing. Also, when you reach the top where the shack is, I recommend just turning around and going back the way you came in. I've always entered in from the 22nd street parking lot, but you can also begin from the Ogden canyon parking lot where Smokey the Bear is. I've also heard that people will park one car at each lot so they don't have to double back out. If you do double back, it's 8+ miles. Otherwise, it's only 4+. (I tracked 5 total from 22nd St. up to the shack and back)

wandern
7 months ago

I started the Indian trail on the opposite side this week. It was a little steeper, and although different from the other side, still so beautiful. You get to cross a stream and it is well-shaded. Next week I would like to start on the 22nd side and park at the cold water side. By the end of the summer I will hike it out and back.

wandern
7 months ago

Great trail, fairly steep all the way up nice workout.

wandern
7 months ago

We did only the first 0.7 miles fo this trail. I hike with my 3-year-old and 6-year-old as well as with some friends, so take that into consideration when weighing my review. This hike was not as much in the trees as I anticipated. It did make some of the younger kids nervous as it was steep and narrow and the drop off was pretty steep. However, I wasn't nervous for our safety safe. The view was nice and the kids loved to be able to see a waterfall. I would love to try it again when we can go a little farther.

7 months ago

Great hike that we complete on a yearly basis. The first leg is steep but the views are rewarding.

wandern
7 months ago

Jax, Randi and I made it almost halfway tonight. Gorgeous hike. We will complete the full thing by the end of summer.

wandern
7 months ago

Tough trail for running with all of the elevation gain. Enjoyed the downhill going towards Ogden canyon after the cabin. The canyon side is a much better trail.

wandern
7 months ago

Wonderful hike with pine trees and beautiful views. Long, but plenty of parts of the trail that are flat mixed with elevation changes.

wandern
7 months ago

Gorgeous hike. I didn’t make it Quite halfway tonight—started too late. Will definitely come back on a weekend when I have time to do the whole thing. Good workout.

7 months ago

Not sure how this trail has any less than 5 stars. Started at the 22nd St. Trailhead and made it 2 miles before the trail looked washed away down a steep chute. Had to turn back. Looking forward to completing this trail from the other direction. Gorgeous canyon and alpine views!

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