I started up the canyon hallow side, I would recommend starting on the Clark trail side, coming down Clarks trail was a steep down hill and I don't love down hill running. I think coming down canyon hallow is less of an incline also starting on the clarks trail side you are going with bike traffic instead of against it. I also lost the trail 2x adding 1.5 miles to my run. Still loved it!

trail running
26 days ago

Everything is turning green again and flowers are budding! So exciting! However, trails are still a little wet, but bikers don't care and go through it anyway, needless to say, the trails are pretty rough right now. Hopefully, they'll flatten out a bit.

1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views & dog friendly. Trails are nice & dry for the season!

It's a climb from the trailhead to the Shoreline trail. Once on actual trail is easy and a good trail. Because we started after sun set we only saw 3 people and they were all returning to the trailhead. We only hiked until the trail crossed the Alpine Draper road and there is a parking lot. It was dark by then and we look back where we have been and was suprised to seen many headlamp. Turn out it was a group of 20-30 mountain bikers the whole trail was lit up with bike lamps and headlamps. It was a beautiful sight. We decided to return by way of the Alpine-Draper Road and the Aqueduct trail. Glad we did because the same group returned on the shoreline trail. We would have had to step of the trail to let them pass. It was a nice loop