Hidden Valley and Taylor Canyon Loop is a 5.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Ogden, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running.

Length5.4 miElevation gain2,004 ftRoute typeLoop
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22nd St to Hidden Valley Trail to Taylors Canyon Trail and looping back to 22nd Street trailhead

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jason fabert
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Jenny Evans
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Trail dry and in great shape right now. Don’t need any special equipment.

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Barbara Garrett
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Don Rickman
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Steep but really nice. Not that crowded.

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brent coy
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Running

Fall colors have mostly faded, but trail is still in great condition.

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Rachel Graham
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Not bad but will go Counterclockwise next time so is is easier to run down. Much more rocky in the way down going clockwise

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Katherine Tesch
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Coming down Taylor is a bit rough but still beautiful and still some great colors!

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Kyle Berschauer
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great hike!

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Scott Hansen
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Hunter Riccardelli
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Alex Rands
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Hiking

Insanely great fall colors today

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Larissa Adams
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Larissa Adams
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Katherine Tesch
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Beautiful time of year to go, so many fall colors. Some areas on the way back are loose, easy to slip but a wonderful hike. Definitely hard in terms of incline on the way up if you are trying to trail run, but totally worth it!

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David S
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Hiking

Top of hidden valley down is great. Steep but beautiful. Start early with hidden valley to have the shade of Taylor's on the way down. Some loose rock and sand, but overall good. The part between hidden valley and Taylor's is a bit over grown, but the trail is easy to follow.

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Neal Clarke
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This is a great loop trail. The transition trail between Taylor Canyon and Hidden Valley Trail is pretty steep but doable. Taylor Canyon is mostly tree covered while much of Hidden Valley is exposed. If starting in the morning I recommend going up Hidden Valley although both ways are nice. Bring a straw - there are several springs along the away!

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Nathan McCanna
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Great trail, rewarding view, beginning is a bit tough if you start clockwise, but not bad at all once you get to the top

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nate stott
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Nice

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Andrew Holland
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Neal Clarke
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This is a great loop trail that is somewhat hidden and so lightly traveled. We started from the Taylor canyon side and loved it. At about 2.1 miles from the start there was a spring bubbling up right in the trail. Tree covering about three-fourths of the loop. Definitely some steep climbs. A few water crossings that are no big deal. Plenty of wildflowers.

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Kimberly Stookey
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nick wilt
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Charley Smith
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Very fun, less crowded than the main trails in the area. Gorgeous views with a lot of wildflowers right now.

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Matthew Irvine
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Courtney Chamberlain
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Good hike. Beautiful time of year. At the first bridge on the way up Taylor Canyon we saw a baby rattlesnake. Keep your eyes open. They are coming out early this year.

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Briana Boche
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We loved this hike! Highly recommend going up Taylor and down Hidden Valley as Hidden Valley is much steeper. There are two spots on Taylor you have to cross water without a bridge, but it wasn’t deep and there are enough rocks to maneuver. This hike has it all and is a wonderful escape. In my opinion it’s the best one on the West side in Ogden.

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