hiking
1 hour ago

Fun short hike which is great for all ability levels. Beautiful stream beside the hike the whole way with a waterfall. Went with a baby in a pack, 3 year old and 5 year old. All did great!

Very kid friendly as long you stay to the Mill B trail and don't turn right to the Lake Blanche trail. Multiple pools with calm water to let children explore. 5 year old hiked in and back on her own with no complaints.

hiking
1 day ago

I would absolutely recommend this Trail to anyone with a dog but I would not take the route that this app has indicated. I would recommend to start at the Capitol building where there is parking available if you need it but also a great view of the mountains and you can check out the Capitol building. I would then take the route on the east side of the Stream rather than the paved Road on the west. It eventually merges with the paved Road though. The start of the trail goes through a nice park with trees but the paved Road in general is very boring. I expected the view of the capitol to be at the end of the trail but was disappointed to discover it was brush and parking lot.

The reviews saying this was a tough hike are getting this simple path mixed up with the Lake Blanche trail, which forks off about 1/4 mile up this trail. The Mill B South trail is actually a short and quick walk up a paved pathway (wouldn't really even call it a hike). Easy enough that my 18-month-old niece walked most of the way. Kind of busy today, but it is 4th of July weekend.

hiking
rocky
3 days ago

Busy surrounding park, but interesting walk through gardens I didn't know existed. Connects to Jordan river parkway for biking/walking.

hiking
rocky
4 days ago

This is a great trail for families with little ones. The kids loved going in the big trees. We saw squirrels and ducks.

on Memory Grove Trail

7 days ago

Easy stroll along a mellow stream. Lovely in-town escape, with a perfect mix of sun and shade. We encountered a dog-hating Karen, who should've skipped this "off-leash" trail if she didn't want to be instantly befriended by an excited and soggy sheepadoodle. Nevertheless, we will be back to this one.

hiking
9 days ago

Great trail for families with kids. No pets allowed and a small parking lot.

road biking
bugs
9 days ago

Spent a really lonely morning on this trail. The scenery is beautiful and we saw ducklings and squirrels, groundhogs and birds and caught one glimpse of a moose. This was just the right length and difficulty level for my two-year-old grandson.

walking
13 days ago

This was a fairly nice trail, nothing too special. It had more shade than other reviews led me to believe. Fair amount of birds. We were able to use a stroller on the trail. AllTrails technically starts in the Wheeler Farm trail network, but that is probably the closest parking to the Murray Canal Trail. We turned around a little early since our toddlers were bored/tired.

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

A little difficult but definitely worth it in the end. Took the fishing poles and had a ton of bites as well. Everyone on the trails are also very nice.

on Memory Grove Trail

hiking
13 days ago

Easy hike with calming water beside you. Perfect for an easy Sunday stroll.

hiking
rocky
15 days ago

Great trail! The view at the top is definitely worth it

Nice walk. No steep inclines. It was very crowded though! No snow on the trail today.

Fun! Our recoding was paused some of the way. So that’s why my map is kinda cut off. Some crowds.

hiking
19 days ago

Gorgeous yet simple hike. I would highly recommend going early in the morning for wildlife and an empty trail. I started at 6am and saw fish, ducks, ravens, chipmunks, deer, and even a moose. I nearly had the trail to myself too (a couple fisherman and wildlife photographers).

walking
20 days ago

Shout out to Murray City for putting in this walking trail. Whoever created the trail map on alltrails.com is not 100% accurate. First the trail doesn't start in the parking lot, it starts in the very back South East Corner of Wheeler Farm, and is well marked. This trail is all gravel, and depending on what kind of shoes you wear, can be hard on your feet. The trail follows the canal, and is lined on both sides by houses. This can make the trail noisy. You have people working their yards, on their houses, people having barbecues, kids playing, kids screaming, music blaring etc, but this is a very short Trail so you can walk it pretty fast. At the end of the trail, if you keep walking, you will walk right into someone's front door. The alltrails.com map if you followed it, would continue through the neighborhood. I wanted more steps than what the trail provided so I walked along the sidewalk until it came to a dead end, so I turned around and went back the way I came. Lots of ducks, and geese on the trail today which is always fun to see. All in all unless I lived in one the the houses close by, I don't see walking this trail much. I'll stick to the dirt trails inside Wheeler Farm much easier for my feet.

hiking
20 days ago

Beautiful, short and scenic walk to a nice waterfall. Wonderful to hear and see the water as you walked along!

hiking
21 days ago

Really lovely hike with shade and a stream the whole way that you could easily play in. There were lots of dogs and they can be off the leash once you pass the park area. Once you pass the bridge, it feels a little more like your off trail. Wear shoes with traction, it can be a bit slippery. If you cross the bridge, it’s an easy paved road, which is nice too.

Very crowded, but beautiful

hiking
21 days ago

This one is TOUGH but so so beautiful and so so worth it

walking
21 days ago

Great trail that starts in Memory Grove Park, which offers lots of grassy areas to sit and relax along the river if you’re not ready to walk just yet. Paved path breaks into a mountain trail with rocks and some exposed roots from nearby trees. The trail is fairly level, with some minor drops and climbs. The river continues to babble for the duration of your walk, and you’re afforded numerous opportunities to splash around in the cool river if desired. You’re right on the water. The trail is covered and shaded by many trees, so constant sun is not an issue. Hiking boots not required, but shoes with a sturdy, rigid sole are recommended. Taking the kids next time!

This is one of my favorite trails and also very popular for locals. It doesn't allow dogs up the canyon, on the trail or even in your car but still very enjoyable.

it is nice for a every day walk or running for people living close by, or just to relax with the family. too bad some people don't care about dogs off leashes.

hiking
muddy
23 days ago

hiking
23 days ago

Very easy and mostly paved not worth it for an experienced hikers, great for little kids or the elderly

hiking
23 days ago

Very good walk. Loved it! There is a lot of poop on the trail though. Shaded areas. See lots of ducks and geese. It was a good walk. This is NOT a hike. Just a nice trail for walking. There is mild traffic.

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