last november we hiked this trail it was pretty easy with small inclines here and there. my 4 year old had an easy time as well as myself considering that I was 38 weeks pregnant at the time.
The trail is located right above Hidden Valley Park has been my go to trial when my son and I need to get out of the house. We normally just hike to the bridge and back which takes about 15 minutes to get to at our slow passe. On a good day we will hike past the bridge that takes you on a narrow trail that sits right on a little drop off making it possible to see all of Salt Lake Valley as you walk along. And on our way back to the car we always stop to play at the park at the head of the trail, there is also a black path that raps around the park that is good for bike riding with little ones as well. And there is a bathroom with a nice pavilion for BBQs.
You will also find a lot of trail runners on this trail I would say that it is great for trail running seeing that it is reasonably flat and the stream at the bridge makes a nice resting spot.
Todd W. on Corner Canyon
Took my son along and had a nice little hike. While not spectacular, a nice, good-lengthed, trail. Pretty canyon and with a good amount of shade and lots of scrub oak.
There was a fair amount of mountain bike traffic, the first half of the loop (going counter clockwise) was a steady uphill, and all the streams but one (ghost falls) were dry. That, and the crisscross of trails on the last half of the loop, make it only medium kid friendly. Great for the experience and exercise, but there are better hikes around.