Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Corner Canyon Regional Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

This was a hike I was glad I didn’t take my younger kids on. They would have whined. This was fun to hike with another adult. Would be a great sunset hike. Some parts are a bit slick and there’s a steady climb the whole way up. We hiked up 1.9 miles and saw some great views of both SLC and Utah Lake before turning around (trail continued on after the 1.9 point). Took us 1:45 to complete hike (3.9 Miles total). Trail is exposed and there’s very limited shade.

Can see both salt lake and Provo valleys. So pretty!!

hiking
7 months ago

✌

hiking
7 months ago

Fun trail to hike, very pretty views, generally challenging as it is climbing the entire way.

Took my children who are 5, 3 & 1 along for the hike. 5 year old walked the whole way, I hauled the 3 year old my shoulders and significant other backpacked the 1 year old.

Everyone had fun, will probably do it again but split off to the other trail to add some variety.

Easy walking trail, good for my 4 month puppy!

Easy hike with kids, plenty of shade and a cool water feature. 3 stars because there are a TON of people out here. If you want to make it to the falls bring water shoes as you'll be walking up the stream to get there. Easy, just wet.

I wouldn't classify this as a hiking trail - it's definitely more of a biking trail since bikers were the only ones we saw. My kids had a pretty miserable time, even my 9 yr old (who LOVES hiking was very disappointed). There's is pretty much no shade, we tripped over rocks and tree roots the entire time and this is a very narrow trail. In some places it was like walking on a tightrope it was so narrow. There definitely is not room to walk side by side on the trail. And the trail starts right at the road so you have to park on the street just before the trailhead. Plus there was a lot of construction, we had to wait forever to get by the trucks.

An easy little hike with pretty mountain and lake views. The trail is quite narrow however which makes encounters with bikers a bit difficult since there often isn't a place to step off of the trail.

9 months ago

No big rocks, good for hikes, trail run and biking. Saw lot's of Mountain Bike path.

Start from bottom tunnel, make a loop with ghost falls, round trip about 2.5 hrs.

Start 14:00 and back by 16:30.
Very hot, nice view, drink about 2.5L of water during trip.

hiking
10 months ago

This was a fun and pretty short trail. The view of the valley and the little creek are beautiful. Plus, it is not a far drive from the freeway which is nice.

hiking
10 months ago

Easy trail for kids, my 4 year old and 22 month old did it with no problem. Not much shade. View of the valley is pretty, but the trail and surrounding area isn't that great. Probably won't do it again.

hiking
10 months ago

This hike is definitely not kid friendly. The amount of bikers on the hike were way more than hikers. All of the bikers we crossed were super friendly though & polite but with how many there were we definitely had to be super on guard with the kids we brought along. Some places didn't have very much room to pull to the side for the passing bikers. I also wouldn't bring any kids younger than 7 years because the down hill decline on parts of the hike is pretty steep with little texture to help you walk down without slipping. Since the trail is all downhill one way & up the other it's definitely hard on kids. It was a beautiful hike & detailed well with signs but the bikers do make it less enjoyable if you are just wanting to hike.

hiking
10 months ago

Easy to follow this map but you can connect the to the trail just east and make a loop if you want. Satellite view shows the trail but its hardly used and looks more like seasonal runoff/washes. The eastern trail is more steep than the mapped one.

hiking
10 months ago

Now, when you begin your hike up Clark's, you will be presented with a fork: to go up Clark's Trail, simply go left, take the bridge, and you'll be on your way. Clark's is a gentle, easy incline all throughout, with shade at regular enough intervals that you won't have to worry about sun exposure *too* much. In addition, the trail forbids mountain bikers from traveling DOWN it, so you needn't worry about dodging someone going ass over teakettle down the trail. (Although if you see them huffing up the 10% incline behind you, I'm sure they and their shins would thank you if you allowed them to pass).

Clark's is an uncomplicated trail. You'll be at the top of it in about 45 minutes, and it won't take too much out of you. You'll know you're at the top when you see the intersection between it and Ann's Trail. Then you can head back down. All-in-all, if you're in the Draper area and looking for something to do after work, Clark's is a fantastic choice, with some decent views of the valley.

But...

If you, instead, forsake the bridge at the start of your journey and make a right, onto the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, you'll find yourself with some GREAT views of the valley, and a much more substantial hike. Follow the Bonneville Shoreline Trail until it intersects Ann's Trail by the Bike Repair Station and the Tunnel, turn left, and take Ann's Trail until it links up with Clark's and then take Clark's down. Taken together, you'll enjoy a ~4 mile circuit.

Or, hell, don't even take my advice. Corner Canyon is lousy with criss-crossing trails and sights, and they all spit you out in more or less the same place. You might find a few neat trails I totally missed! Just, uh, be sure to mind your sunscreen and be ready to dodge out of the way of the bikers. They may not be able to go down Clark', but anything else is fair game for them.

A lot of mountain bikers

hiking
11 months ago

Pretty little hike with a nice view. Not hard.

11 months ago

Was considering giving this trail three stars but the views made me bump it up to four. Took my six-year-old and she did just fine. Great trail for kids.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

This is a pretty dumb trail. The entire way out is downhill, so the view is best at the beginning. This trail just ends...there is no significant showing that it has ended either. I went past the end and checked the trail map and saw I finished it. Not worth it.

mountain biking
Sunday, May 21, 2017

Nice warm up for any ride that extends into the north front of Corner Canyon. Easy access via Highland Blvd and saves time if travelling from north Utah County. Well groomed and fun both going up to Eagle Crest Trail or coming down. Please do not ride after or during rain. This trail got rutted out extensively during the spring rain we got recently.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

My 4 year old and 2 year old loved this trail. It was not steep because of the switch backs and it was the perfect length for their little legs.

It's great for a short little hike with awesome mountain and lake views. Good for kids.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Perfect family hike!

Saturday, March 11, 2017

What trail? All we found was a muddy pipe line road. Disappointing.

hiking
Sunday, November 20, 2016

Relatively easy trail that goes through the golf course and past some homes.

hiking
Sunday, November 13, 2016

This is a relatively easy trail in Draper. The views are spectacular. Good for dogs and even young children. Switchbacks make this so it's not a steep trail.

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

This was an OK trail. It's relatively low elevation, but rises above Corner Canyon so you can see the Salt Lake valley and Utah County. I took the trail to where it ends on the app, but the trail keeps going past that point.

It looks like it would connect with the Cherry Canyon Logging Trail further up, so you could do a loop down to the Orson Smith Trailhead area, or keep taking it up to the Outlaw Cabin or Lone Peak. However, there are more efficient ways to both.

Other options for long hikes would be taking this to Cherry Canyon, then connecting with Trail of the Eagle, and going through Little Willow Canyon (faint trail), and down Sawmill Trail (or heading up Sawmill to the Rocky Mouth Canyon Peak area that overlooks the upper Bells Canyon reservoir).

Overall, this is a nice trail that's well marked, has great views, and has some options for turning it into a longer hike. But it's not a very efficient trail if you're aiming for a specific destination.

hiking
Sunday, August 21, 2016

The trail is a heavy mixed use between hikers, mountain bikers and even vehicles as the trail uses roads. The trail complex is extensive where many criss-cross so keeping on your map is important. It's great in early morning or evening during hot months.

hiking
Monday, May 23, 2016

The view from the top was great. We did it in 3.3 miles.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

fun not difficult but cool at the top

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Not any traffic! And a good hike!

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