Added this trail as an extension of the Bear Canyon Bridge trail so I hiked it in reverse. I descended to the trail-head then climbed back to the junction. Steady climb with a lots of switchbacks. Trail is wide and easy to follow with signs at all of the junctions. It also has views of the valley at all times.
It gets icy as you get closer to the top, but of course I'm hiking in December :-) nice little trail with plenty of switchbacks so it's not too steep even though you're gaining elevation. You have to hike a little further north to get to the end of the trail than what the app says is the end of the trail...maybe another .2 miles.
Decent trail, gets a little overgrown in places. It's not well marked, but it heads up Bear Canyon a little north of the suspension bridge on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, then switches back before going down into the canyon. Pretty exposed for a long time, but it's not terribly steep. You can start the hike at the Orson Smith trailhead or from Hidden Valley park in Sandy.