Explore the most popular mountain biking trails near Springville with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice short hike with great view. Takes a bit to get there.

When you get to the parking lot, the trail is in the far right (SW) corner.

2 months ago

The first part of the trail is shady and nice. It runs along the creek. About a mile and a half in, it turns up the mountain and gets hot, dry, and steep.

hiking
2 months ago

The views at the top were gorgeous. Worth the hike. Personally, a short distance for the views you get, though the trail is ATV trail also so very rocky and rough in certain spots.

Great trail and at the top there’s a pond. Early in the morning, sometimes, there is a moose in the pond.

on Wardsworth Trail

mountain biking
2 months ago

Good trail. Some steep incline. Lots of cows

hiking
2 months ago

Great hike with dogs! The river is running the first 1.5 miles and then it’s dry, but shade almost the whole way!

hiking
3 months ago

Did this during the end of July around 10:30 AM. Took us 2 hours with 2 dogs and many water breaks. It was warm, probably 85+, but we brought plenty of water. ATV trail to the overlook and then a short trail to the summit. We encountered 1 group of three and 1 razor. Like everyone said, loose rock, dusty dirt, lizards, berries, aspens, moderate amounts of shade, 1 pretty meadow.

Harder than expected, got lost for a mile even with maps, lots of cows that forced us to go around in unique ways. Otherwise, absolutely gorgeous and fun for the dogs! Was mostly in shade which was very nice. Wasn’t too much fun hiking back down using the road with no trail with cars, would recommend avoiding that.

hiking
3 months ago

Absolutely gorgeous views, quite a hike up hill to get there!

road biking
4 months ago

For the most part this trail is easy even for someone like me who is not really in the best shape. I rode my bike on this trail. We started at the corner of 1700 E and Canyon Road (GPS: 40.15392, -111.57889), and ended past the golf course. I did not ride all the way back to the place we started at. I enjoyed this trail, though starting from the point we started at, it was a little confusing to realize the trail doubled as a sidewalk and was right alongside the road where houses were. It was only maybe 2/3 into the trail, the trail was a 'trail' and not passing in front of people's houses. I enjoyed this trail and would do it again.

Several parts of the trail were quite difficult, which is OK, but most of the trail was covered in fine, Dusty, dirt which would kick up for others who were walking behind on the trail. A good one timer.

hiking
4 months ago

Uphill and rocky. Had a baby in a pack and that made my center of gravity off. Didn’t make it to the end because of short time. Didn’t plan for non-paved and narrowing road to trailhead. Good lookout about 1/2 way up. Pretty foliage and many blooming flowers. Lots of bees doing there work.

4 months ago

Beautiful scenery and not too strenuous

a little steep, but a beautiful trail. the elevation gain is worth the view from the top. there looks to be a trail the goes a little further. we followed it for a bit, but the brush gets a little thick and we didn't want to kill or damage anything. it's beautiful and green. definitely a hike I'd recommend.

bring some water! there are quite a few stretches in direct sun!

We got off trail towards the end and ended up on private property, but we will go back in a week or two to do the last part of the trail. The trail was gorgeous. The only drawback was that we ran into four snakes, yuck. Bring a hat and sunscreen. This is definitely a great trail that we will return to.

trail running
5 months ago

Did this route in reverse ending at the campground then running about a mile and a half back up the road to the trailhead. It was harder than I expected but beautiful nonetheless. The trailhead was pretty packed but I only passed one group on the trail. The spring towards the end was pretty cool and my dog definitely enjoyed it! Took a little over 2 hours to complete but I stopped to take in the views a decent amount.
Will definitely do it again!

on Wardsworth Trail

hiking
5 months ago

A great walk for the family. There are a couple stream crossings near the beginning. You could wade through at knee height, but there are logs and boards you can cross on. Great scenery. Not many hikers there yet (early May). The road is closed about 0.5 miles before the trailhead, so you have to leave your car there and walk up the road a bit.

trail was adventurous and fun! We didn't get to do the whole trail because we had kids with us, but the part we did hike was fun!

I skate this trail.

hiking
Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Quite steep the whole way up and on some loose rocks. Gorgeous view of the valley tho, and a fair amount of shade. The perfect summer escape hike. Getting up the Squaw Peak road wasn't all that hard and I could have done it in a passenger car probably. Lots of cool little lizards. We continued on past the overlook to do the Powerhouse summit, required a bit of brush beating through a faint trail along the ridgeline but we made it!

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