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backpacking
17 days ago

hiking
25 days ago

This is a very wide trail with wood chips for horses much the trail until it gets near the river at the bottom of the draw. Connects to many other trails in the area. Great views of the Wasatch Mountains

hiking
25 days ago

I couldn't find any trail signs for the trail so I used the AllTrails route to follow. This surprised me because the trail is shown on a map at the trailhead. Unlike other trails is the area it's much narrower. A small portion of the trails is closed so I had to take a minor detour and connect back up with the trail below the closed area

Once you get to the actual Fox Point the trail is narrower that all of the other trails in the ares. The Fox Point trail that connects The North Rim trail to the Mountain View trail is marked. However the actual loop trail shown isn't marked so you will need to watch the route on the AllTrails map to follow

hiking
25 days ago

Good, easy to follow, well maintained trail with great views of the Wasatch Mountains the entire time. Follows the contour of the drainage about half way up the side of the hill so you have views the entire time.

Easy trail with just a few ups and down's to get you breathing a little heaver. This time of year it's a little drab but I'm sure that it's quite beautiful once the trees, shrubs and flowers turn green. A few fun bridges that cross a small stream.

My pup and I had the place to ourself. I love winter hiking.

Flat trail that goes around the edge of the valley with nature signs and benches to stop and take in the view. Very easy

hiking
2 months ago

Short walk along a ridge that leads to a point with a bench.

there's a ton of horse pooh, and the vegetation looked dead. It was a good hike in all.

hiking
5 months ago

Relatively easy trail. Gives you a decent length to stretch out your legs. Dogs love this trail. It wasn't toobusy on a Sunday afternoon. Definitely study a trail map. There are a lot of offshoots that aren't marked. Beautiful views of the mountains.

Easy. Surrounded by houses. In the middle of Sandy. Take sunblock. Its OK.

Hiked a portion of this trail from the Centennial Loop Trail Junction north to the the Junction with the North Rim Trail.