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224 Connector Trail is a 3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Park City, Utah that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.0 mi Elevation gain 104 ft Route type Out & Back
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Getting There

The 224 Connector Trail is a paved pathway that begins at the Interstate 80 underpass at Bitner Road and loops around Newpark Town Center to the State Route 224 and Ute Boulevard intersection. Trail-goers will travel along Kimball Junction neighborhoods and can also enjoy the open views of the Swaner Nature Reserve, a scenic wetlands and wildlife refuge.

From I-80, take exit 145 onto SR 224 to Park City. Travel 0.2 miles, then turn left onto W. Ute Blvd. After 0.3 miles, you'll merge onto Center Drive; after 500 feet, parking will appear on the left.

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Sean Brown
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Hiking

A nice walk down a paved trail. Not much of a hike if you are looking for something exciting

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G Ellison
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Hiking

I would not consider this a hike, but more like a nice walk. It is fully paved and is a nice option since it has been raining steady for weeks here and the hiking trails are pretty muddy etc. Pretty level trail and there is a nature preserve on one side with condos lining the other. The loop starts and ends near shops & restaurants so we stopped in the grocery store afterwards to pick up some lunch items. Great option for bad weather without needing to be hosed off after.

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Danielle Smethurst
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I wouldn’t call this a trail - more like a sidewalk that is completely paved. It skirts the perimeter of a densely populated residential area and some commercial (shops-restaurants) buildings. A portion of it borders Swaner preserve. Used heavily by Mountain Bikes.

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Olivia Smith
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Jason Israel
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Nicolas Hoffmann
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Toni Knudson
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Mike Ellis
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Steve Langton
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