Explore the most popular Road Biking trails in Utah with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Good trails for scenery, to walk ur dog(s), or take a jog

hiking
2 days ago

Would not call this a hike! There are no falls at all, just a bunch of garbage and horrible graffiti!

hiking
closed
3 days ago

Lovely with the dogs!

walking
5 days ago

Walk to the west end of this trail head is flat and easy -wheelchair accessible

short and fun trail for the kids

hiking
7 days ago

This was a very relaxing trail. It was an easy walk in beautiful scenery. It was fun to watch all the happy dogs playing. The only remotely challenging part was going back up the hill.

Easy, straight and level spring mileage. Just a bike path on a straight line out and back. Worth doing once.

hiking
10 days ago

Very easy. Leisurely stroll with great views of the watchman n

trail running
15 days ago

Easy and paved. There is an option to go towards the 5th south trail head (headed north) that turns into a dirt road along a fence of cows. My pooch really enjoyed being on the dirt, so we chose that route.

But if you do that way and still want to continue onto legacy, you cross over the 5th south overpass then go down the stairs on the right and there is a tunnel that gets you back into the trail. But beware, under that tunnel rain water collects. It isn’t so deep that you can’t pass, but just none the less don’t try and just run through it if you want to keep your pants dry!

trail running
17 days ago

Clean and convenient for a quick run.

Absolutely breathtaking

walking
19 days ago

I did this trail today. I took the dirt trail for most of the way but had to cross the creek at some point because the trail got muddy and slanted. I would definitely have slipped if I didn’t cross back over. I took the paved trail back.

walking
no shade
21 days ago

snowshoeing
snow
23 days ago

hiking
29 days ago

We walked the trail around sunset and got to see the mountains change color. A super easy paved path that's definitely worth checking out.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

nature trips
bugs
1 month ago

Super awesome for longboarding as its smooth and not busy at all. If you start in Ogden at rainbow gardens, its possible to ride all the way to Provo without getting off the trail

hiking
off trail
1 month ago

very beautiful, they're houses around but you can barely see them. The Ducks are gracefully going about. The path is also paved.
Very open and a nice, peaceful walk.

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

This isn't a park that I'm aware of.
Just above Weber State University this is the WSU Discovery Loop.
There are many signs and it leads to other trails also.
Was fun.

trail running
1 month ago

Beautiful trail that follows the SF river. This trail makes for a lovely evening walk, especially during the summer as three majority of the trail is shaded. I also love to take this trail on my road bike for a fast 11 miles. Only crosses one road, minimizing interaction with cars!

scenic driving
1 month ago

Most beautiful drive in a gorgeous park! Lots of photo stops. January is awesome because you can drive in the park and crowds are small (especially during the week, busier on weekends).

2 months ago

Trailhead

Access the Lagoon Trail from the north or south end. The north trailhead (40.987548,-111.891941) is located on 200 West, just south of Main Street in Farmington. Parking is available in the cul-de-sac where the trail begins.

The south trailhead (40.981132,-111.896405) is located just north of State Street on 400 West. Parking is available at Ezra T. Clark Park.

You can also park at Farmington Pond and walk down.

Source: https://intermountainhealthcare.org/services/wellness-preventive-medicine/live-well/move-well/healthy-hikes/find-a-hike/lagoon-trail/

the scenery wasn't spectacular, but it was perfect for little kids. it was plowed and salted most of the way so the trail was nice and easy in the cold.

This is basically the Memory Grove Trail. Back in June of last year, I ran to memory Grove Trail and it was OK, I gave it three stars. I am giving this one to start because city park is nothing until it gets to memory Grove Park. Memory Grove Trail is a nice trail with a lot of honors to the military. It has a gradual increase of elevation for the 1st mile and a half. Half the trail was closed because there was a lot of snow so I turned back the way I came.

scenic driving
2 months ago

Very nice drive in fall, it is absolutely worth it to take the road to Cascade Springs and take a walk there. Along the way there are not that many spots to stop the car and take photos :-).

Did this drive in October. Only completed the top 12 miles as I was constantly out of the car to admire and photograph. can’t say enough about the incredible sandstone bluffs and overall beauty of this drive. Also, you’ll be accessing it via gorgeous route 12. Simply some of the best scenery in all the southwest in my book

Great place to walk during the day...view is pretty and the path goes all around the lake.

Load More