Providence Canyon Trail is a 6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Providence, Utah that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking and is best used from April until November.
Love this trail! So gorgeous!
Very very great trial. Would recommend getting shuttled to the top. It is very steep and long to bike up. It is a great down hill single track. It has some technical rock sections awesome berms you can nail Anne is just all around a great trail but beware there are a lot of places people like to shoot so be careful
Not as good for hiking as it is for MTN biking. Hikers be warned there are lots of bikes on the trail and of course, bikers be warned, there are lots of hikers on the trail.
One of the better single track rides in Cache Valley. It starts off with the more technical sections including some lose, rocky climbs a couple really tight switchbacks. The upper portion is still new and bring broken in. It was built with flow in mind, but has a rather awkward feel to it with very tight turns, fist sized gravel, and ill-placed humps. At the top there is a fun little lollipop across from the jeep road to test your skills on. The jeep road will take up to a rock quarry where you are rewarded with a birds eye view of the canyon and some waterfalls.