Dimple Dell Trail is a 5.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Sandy, Utah and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length5.3 miElevation gain475 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingHorseback ridingMountain bikingRunning
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Restroom, Drinking Fountain, Picnic Tables

Salt Lake County Government Center 2001 South State Street S4400 SLC, Utah 84190-3050 385 468-1800 http://slco.org/recreation/parks/pdf/trailsMapDD.pdf

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Diane Roberts
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WalkingNo shade

Trail is paved with bark the whole way. I am NOT a fan of the bark. The path is more of a walk than a hike. No elevation gain to speak of, so it's like walking around the neighborhood, except you might see some wild animals along the way. NO snakes today. Yay Trail is parallel to homes, and a lot of the homes had a sign on their fence saying "Don't Pave Dimple Dell." I totally agree. Let's keep nature like it is intended. I totally agree. **Bathrooms available ***Dog owners pick up your dog poop and put it in the trash don't leave it for someone else to clean after your dog!

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Sara Alvarez
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Alex Stark
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Running

Trail on wood chips/bark the whole way. Near houses for a lot of it. Some very nice views. Little bit of snow/ice.

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Krista Hamilton
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Alia Richards
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Alia Richards
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Kevin Lathrop
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Hiking

Nice trail on wood chips all the way. Granite park at the end of the trail is nice! Great views looking both East and West.

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Russell Evans
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Hiking

all bark.

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Aaron Todd
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Mountain bikingSnow

1st Utah Fat Bike in the snow

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Eric Drab
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Becky Pehler
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Great views!

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Kaurine Bassett
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Running

The views of the Wasatch are a nice perk but I dislike this trail system A LOT. 1. There is no shade. 2. The trail is made of wood chips. I set out to do a trail run but only went in a mile and turned around. If you want to run here, I suggest a light weight pair of gaiters to keep the wood chips out of your shoes. It runs along the back of a neighborhood. Nice part of town. If it had a few more trees and a different make up (like gravel), I would like it much more. Watch out for the horses and their poop. Did on a Sunday morning. Saw a bout 10 people on foot and 6 or 7 on horse back. 6-24-18

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Virginia Travers
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Aaron Todd
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Kris Rydman
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Esteban Peralta
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Clifford W King
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Sandra Kretzu
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Aaron Todd
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Amanda Lamp
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Hiking
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fred stolz
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Clifford W King
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Brenton Snipes
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Sidney Pehrson
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Kris Rydman
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Geo walker
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Nate Demerly
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Anders Ax
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Sabrina Skogg
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Chris E
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