Wheeler Creek Trail is a 9.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Huntsville, Utah that features a river and is rated as moderate. 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.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
The Wheeler Creek Trail is a deep canyon featuring towering cliffs and a small stream. This shady adventure is popular for families and adventurers of all sorts. Trail is wide and well maintained gravel surface. The Wheeler Cheek Trail is just one of many wonderful recreation trails in the Snow Basin, Ogden Valley area. This trail is popular among hikers, bikers, and horseman alike. It is an easy walk through green meadows marshes and scrub oak. Here you will find a multitude of birds, and wildlife including deer and moose. Due to its proximity to the Snow basin ski resort this trail is also popular for back country skiers and snowshoeing. So no matter what your pleasure or time of year you will find it on the wheeler creek trails.
Love this trail. In the fall it is gorgeous!
We brought snowshoes to go up and sledged back down. It's a fun, easy trail! It's also packed enough to not need snowshoes.
really pretty winter hiking
Did this in October with my dog we both had good time, took side trail through ice box canyon trail to make it little longer but only one of us likes too get in the water every chance she gets really peaceful out there wouldn't think your so close to town
This is a great trail for a nice, easy to moderate hike. It was very populated, but still fairly easy to navigate. Trail is marked well, however, we did take a "wrong" turn at a fork and ended up shortening our hike by about 2 miles. That was a little disappointing, but it was still a great hike with gorgeous views. My favorite parts were when the trail ran alongside of the river. Such a beautiful sound and serene setting! Would definitely do again if we are ever back in Utah!
Get there early for parking, which you can do up by road or down near trail head. Moderate incline going up, nothing hard. Beautiful sights, plenty of trees and shade. There is a bathroom at the top where the trail meets old Snow Basin road. And another trail head in parking lot at top takes you on to Ice Box to loop around.
The path is fairly rocky, so be care yo with steps while taking in scenery ;)