Little Confluence Nature Trail

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Murray, Utah

Little Confluence Nature Trail is a 2.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Murray, Utah that features a river 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.

Length2.8 miElevation gain26 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashKid friendlyFishingHorseback ridingMountain bikingNature tripsRoad bikingWalkingRunningRiverWildflowersWildlifeBugsOver grown
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This is a quiet nature trail close to the city. The multi-use trail, is open to bikes and horses, and dogs are allowed. Dogs will need to be on a leash, Please pick up after your dog. No trace left behind.

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Bea Eddington
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Pretty

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Javier Samayoa
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Bird watchingGreat!

Nice, plain and simple! Safe, barely and crowds, lots of shrubs and trees and change of scenery. Ducks and geese doing funny stuff. Wife loved it, so did I!

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Virginia Nieto
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WalkingGreat!
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Jackson Stephens
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Hiking

Great little Sunday afternoon walk. No mud. Saw turtles. Made it a loop by crossing the river and returning on the Jordan River Parkway instead of the Little Confluence Nature Trail itself.

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Nikita G
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Walking

Good trail. You can make it a loop with the Jordan River Parkway you just have to walk a little bit on 4800s to go back to the original parking lot. Off paved trail parts are a lot less busy. Lots of dogs which my dog enjoyed.

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Daniel Welch
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Dawn Young
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Jean Buckley
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Hiking

Very crowded, but I guess it is a beautiful Sunday afternoon, so I shouldn’t be surprised. Love that there are native plantings going in.

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Christina Ashmore
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nice walk

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Natalie powell
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Kimberly Odasso
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Hiking
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Natasha Maw
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Walking
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Alex Stark
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RunningSnow

Nice dirt trail that runs along the Jordan River. It gives closer views of the river with less people than the paved Jordan River Trail on the East side of the river.

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Amy Homer
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Taylor Davis
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Hiking
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sarah tice
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Angela Ashurst-McGee
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HikingGreat!

Definitely take this trail to the south—the north side was trashy and sketchy—more drug dealer vibe than wholesome recreation. The south side has great trails and awesome bird watching, abs

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Allie King
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Walking

Nice a quiet trail, though a little more heavily trafficked than the description lead me to believe. Lots of birds to watch. Remember to keep dogs on a leash!

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Luis R. Morales
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Jim Wittes
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Hiking

Nice little suburban trail through some wetlands and along a river. Seems to be good for bird watching.

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Anastasia Kellogg
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Breck Tuttle
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Mountain biking

The trail is mostly a wide dirt and gravel path. There is a short section near the Jordan River where it gets narrow as it winds through some trees and brush.

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Diane Roberts
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Walking

Quiet, peaceful nature trail close to the city. It reminds me of the Sherwood Forest in England. No elevation gain so it's really really easy to walk. This is a multi-use trail, horses and dogs are allowed. Dogs will need to be on a leash. Please pick up after your dog and take. it back out with you. Pack it in, pack it out. No trace left behind. ***No bathroom

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Diane Roberts
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HikingBugsGreat!

This is a nature walk trail. Lots of wildlife, lush vegetation with the river along side the trail. Good trail for walkers, bikes, and runners. Easy to no elevation gain which makes it easy for families with small children. Trail starts out on a gravel path, but quickly turns into a dirt path. You can make this trail into a loop if you round around the bend when you get to the bridge, and head back North, or you can make it into an in an out trail by continuing over the bridge, and head South until you merge with the JRPW which stops at the dog park.

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Diane Roberts
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HikingBugs

This is a easy trail right on the West side of the Jordan River. The first part of the trail starts out on a gravel trail, but quickly turns into a dirt trail which meanders through the lush second largest wetland site of the Jordan River.

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Guinnevere Shuster
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Dogs allowed on leash, with numerous spots for them to take a dip in the river—lots of birds, mostly waterfowl.

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Mel Cazier
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Juan Diego Avila Duran
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Road biking
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Guinnevere Shuster
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