Flanders Point Loop Trail

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Flanders Point Loop Trail is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Sandy, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.2 miles
111 feet

dogs on leash

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running




wild flowers


1 month ago

My husband and I completed this hike on August 18. We chose it because its short and flat.... perfect to do in my knee brace.

This is a nice, quick hike that's close to town! It's flat and covered in wood chips the entire way. It has some nice views of the Wasatch Front (and even a bench to sit on to enjoy the view), as well as some informational plaques about the local plants, geology, etc. There is zero shade, so bring plenty of water!

3 months ago

We started on Flander’s Loop Trail and veered off to another trail that I’m not able to find on this app. Overall it was a really great hike. The upper part is woodchips, the lower part is sand and dirt. The sand makes it hard to walk at times but we still enjoyed ourselves. We spotted a badger, lizard, red ants, and black beetles. There was a fair amount of horse poop in the lower trails.

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Enjoyable little hike. Perfect if u have kids. If you bring a dog, bring doodie bags, as none are provided. There are restrooms and tables at the trail head

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Flat trail that goes around the edge of the valley with nature signs and benches to stop and take in the view. Very easy

Friday, September 23, 2016

This is a very easy trail in Sandy off the Sego Lily / Dimple Dell trail system. It's wood chipped the whole way. There are several signs explaining the vegetation and history if the area. It would be great to teach children about plants, animals, and native American history in this spot. If you use Apple Maps, it stops you in an area where you can't access the trail. There is a short little stump of Flanders Road at the trailhead. You can park on the east side.

3 months ago

4 months ago

Saturday, May 06, 2017

Wednesday, July 27, 2016