Awesome trail. not difficult. 1 hour good work out.

hiking
21 hours ago

Great and easy trail. Did this in the evening to see the sunset and stars! Absolutely stunning. Wasn’t super long. Definitely recommend.

This is an amazing hike! However, it shouldn’t be rated as easy, I haber done hikes that are much easier than this one and are rated as moderate, so have that in mind before you head out!

Dog friendly and kid friendly. Not a ton of shade so bring a hat!

hiking
3 days ago

Some confusion of where we were going. A good amount of mountain bikers. Awesome that you get to see a lot of angles.

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rocky
scramble
snow
3 days ago

Went up the first 4.5 miles on 30MAY and camped, then completed the rest of the trail today. Still plenty of snow, but we were able to manage with just our normal hiking shoes. Plenty of water sources available, and I suspect that will continue to be the case for the next 3-4 weeks minimum. Snow at the top and on the cirque really wasn't an issue, but we had to cross a lot of snow to get up to that point. From the top we could see that a good portion of Jacob's Ladder was still covered with snow, so we decided to go back that route, and it was a lot easier than normal when you have to cover all the boulders on Jacob's Ladder. From JL we were able to connect back to the Cherry Canyon Logging Trail after we passed Enniss Peak. All in all we covered 17 miles according to my Garmin.

This was an easy trail that would be great for kids, although the suspension bridge wobbling might be disconcerting to some. Overall, a great loop

The view is amazing! The last 1/4 of the hike is brutal. There is still a lot of snow. We didn’t make it all the way to the top, but we got really close. There are some trees on the trail which makes it a little hard to move forward sometimes. Because of the snow, it took us way longer than we expected. We started at 6:45 am and got almost to the top by 12:50. With all the snow, we estimated at least 45 more minutes to the top. We headed back at 1:10, and for back to the parking lot by 4:15. Amazing experience. Definitely doing it again.

hiking
4 days ago

Worth it to the top

hiking
rocky
4 days ago

The gate leading to Corner Canyon Rd was locked 3 miles from the trailhead, so we tried another road to access it, but there were no parking signs EVERYWHERE so we ended up hiking it from the end of the trail back (parked E Vintage View Ln). Took us 4 hours to do the full 12 miles with a few breaks; definitely start early, it was 94 degrees when we ended just before noon. Bring lots of water; I finished off my 3-liter hydropack. The elevation is so gradual, felt like a pretty flat hike except for the west end of the trail. Definitely listen and watch for bikes because they come through fast and you only have a couple of seconds to get off to the side of the trail, and many places don't have a lot of room on the side of the trail. Only one small patch of mud near a stream and it was dry by the time we came back through. Good hike to train for distance but not so much for difficulty or altitude; only a couple of places that got my heart rate up. Saw a few snakes (smooth greensnakes, I think?) off the side of the trail and a rabbit on the trail. Didn't notice very many bugs.

No shade on the trail, be sure to bring water. Its a nice loop, we went to the north end of the loop which ended up being a little less steep to climb. Had a 2 year old and 4 year old who both got a little tired on the way up. No problems on the way down. Bridge has a great view as does trail around it. Will do again. Be sure to keep an eye out for Mountain Bikers on the upper portion as the loop trail shares the BSL (bonneville shore line) trail for a few hundred yards.

hiking
6 days ago

This is an off-leash dog trail. Very pretty and chill trail but I’m looking for trails where dogs must be leashed. The description is misleading.

We started at Coyote Hollow Trailhead and took Canyon Hollow, then right onto Hoof & Boot (footpath). Mostly shaded. Stay alert for mountain bikers. They were all friendly and courteous. Do you know why its called Ghost Falls? Or why there's a Phantom & Casper Trail? When looking at the falls from the bridge, go to the right then follow the trail to the right of the fork for a few yards. Erie stuff!!

on Suncrest Trail

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no shade
8 days ago

Easy trail for after work. Views are incredible for such an easy going hike. According to the signage, dogs are allowed off leash until certain side trails (trail up to the metal tower does require a leash, but few people obey that rule.) However, I would highly recommend obeying the leash rules - we leashed our doodle before heading up to the tower, and I am glad we did because we ran into a porcupine right away. Had my dog been off leash, I know he would’ve chased it and got quilled

Great hike! Little bit of an upward hike but beautiful views and clear trail markers. Easy morning hike, lots of families with their young kids.

Trail was clean and enjoyable on this overcast day

Gorgeous views of Utah Lake and the mountains. It is very green right now and there are some pretty wildflowers. There is not a ton of shade so best to do earlier in the day. There are lots of mountain bikers sharing the trails so make sure you are making noise.

hiking
9 days ago

I love this hike but there are so many unleashed dogs. It makes it hard for those of us with anxious dogs.

hiking
9 days ago

If you plan to do this as a trail run, just realize that you basically can't run up hill on a 40 degree slope for very long. Haha. Oops. But turns out those are great conditions for ruining downhill.

Good incline! Paths well marked/cleared. Nice view from the bridge

Súper nice place!! There are two trails there is one with narrow trails and quite scary if your afraid of heights, and the other one is much easier and I recommenced preferred for families. Over all such a nice place to take pictures as well, the end is a really nice bridge.

Not really worth the 6 miles total walk, the waterfall was underwhelming. if you're just going for the falls I suggest driving up to the trail head. From there it's a short walk to the water, great for kids. There was also a sh*t ton of mountain bikers so the trail got a little crowded at times.

hiking
10 days ago

One of my favs all year long.

We had a lovely Sunday out on this hike. Started out with some nice switch backs. We went left on the main trail to head up to the Suspension Bridge. Just after the bridge we took the path to the right and found another secluded bridge with a small waterfall/stream. It was a great hike!

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rocky
11 days ago

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