Spring Canyon Trail

HARD 22 reviews

Spring Canyon Trail is a 4.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Springville, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
4.8 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1617 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

dog friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

off road driving

trail running

walking

forest

views

wild flowers

Directions: From Interstate 15 in Springville, take Exit 261, which is state Route 75. Drive east for two miles to Highway 89 (Main Street). Turn south at Main Street and drive to Center Street. Turn left on Center Street and drive to the end. The trail starts at the end of Center Street on the dead end road.

hiking
18 days ago

19 days ago

My GPS took me up Spring Oaks Drive where the trailhead was a little hard to see, but there was a sign that said something about no motorized vehicles. it was in a neighborhood and I wasn’t sure where to park… I was lucky that someone is outside who was really friendly and told me I could park just on the curb pointed out the trailhead. The trail itself was nice! Pretty rocky and pretty dry, so running with a little more challenging.

hiking
20 days ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

The dirt road to the water tank is closed so I had to park up and around the corner, adds about 0.5 miles one way. The trail doesn't get too steep but there's a few places with a lot of loose rocks, especially if you connect up to the summit. But I didn't see a single person and the view is worth it!

3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Fun little trail. At the top I connected to trail 759 to ascend to the summit with a beautiful view to Spanish Fork Peak and Mount Nebo in the distance.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

Very mellow, decently shaded. Nice because it was rather quiet, but not a whole lot to see and it ends pretty quickly. Looks like there's opportunity to continue in other directions at the top.

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

I just tried this hike for the first time and really enjoyed it. There are lots of wildflowers and butterflies right now. It ends in a grassy-meadow area between peaks with a really pretty view of some snow-capped (for now) peaks in the distance. From there you can take trails to your right or left for a longer hike. To begin the hike, park where Center St dead ends and walk along the dirt road until just past the water shed where you will come to a gate - take the trail off to your left just before the gate (trail not marked).

trail running
11 months ago

I run/hike this trail almost every week with my dogs. It's starts moderately on a dirt road it quickly narrows to a rocky trail. Middle section is super Rocky, a lot of loose rocks. Makes it hard to run. Good area to slow down and hike. Save the ankles. The top reaches a T at the pole Haven dirt road. If you take it to the left you can follow the pole Haven Road all the way to squaw Peak. Take a right and you'll head down to hobble Creek Canyon. Can finish the run on pavement out of hobble creek, back to town, returning to the trailhead to get a challenging 14 mile run.

hiking
11 months ago

Love this trail! I hike it often. I hiked it today (Oct 19). It's still steep and rocky as ever. It's a bit windy at the top and the leaves have all fallen. But it's still great weather and well worth it!

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Saturday, July 02, 2016

hiking
Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Great trail! It gets narrow in some spots, and it can be pretty steep. Not a beginner trail. But it's well worth it! It's incredibly green, and all around a fun hike. My dog did great, too and she is a Mini Aussie.

trail running
Tuesday, May 31, 2016

excellent trail. Very solitudinal. easy access to squaw peak road for more miles.

hiking
Friday, April 22, 2016

I have hiked this trail overbthe years and also enjoy how secluded it is. It is a very quiet trail with very little traffic. Moderately steep with the middle portion being rocky bit this turns back to smooth dirt trail about 1.5 miles up. Early morning start is best due to it being very open and exposed the whole way.

hiking
Sunday, April 03, 2016