Looking for a great trail near Springville, Utah? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, dogs trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rock Canyon Park or Wasatch Mountain State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Joe Emmons Memorial Park or Eaton Park. Ready for some activity? There are 7 moderate trails in Springville ranging from 2.9 to 16 miles and from 4,744 to 8,034 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
4 days ago

Late afternoon walks can get cold fast with the cool winds blowing. It’s an okay city walk, your watching cars speeding by so keep an eye on dogs and kids....

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muddy
washed out
5 days ago

Gorgeous trail. It was would have been muddy when I went, but I got there early enough the ground was mostly frozen still. Very shaded all the way.

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over grown
17 days ago

It’s a quick jaunt up to the outlook, though the trail is steep and rocky. Picturesque views of the valley and the mountains make this a “stop-and-admire” type hike. On the other hand, the trail to the summit (from the outlook) is largely overgrown. My wife and I tapped out after about a quarter mile because we were wearing shorts. Longer pants are a must if you want to take the extra half-mile or so to the summit.

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muddy
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

I started the hike at the top of the road, and hiked down to cherry campground. I’m glad I cut out the road section and hiked the trail in reverse, it was about 6 miles. It wasn’t anything spectacular, although the 2-3 miles from cherry campground were much prettier and had a nice creek and shade. If I did it again I’d start at cherry campground and just go out and back. The top few miles weren’t that great, it’s mostly just a dirt bike trail. We did see a lot of turkeys and a horned owl, so that was great. There were tons of birds out making noise. Also saw 3 bees nests right in the trail, so watch out. The poor dog got stung a couple times. I probably won’t do this hike again, too dusty, rocky and no good views other than a couple of meadows.

mountain biking
1 month ago

From mile 1 to 1.5 I had to push my bike at times because the trail crosses multiple times through a rocky/steep creek. Last push to the top is also very steep for a bike. On the way down the trail is smooth and flowing and took no time to get back to trailhead. Lots of trees on this trail provide good shade.

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no shade
rocky
1 month ago

this is a short hike, super rocky, I would say it is not more little one. hard not to fall with all those rocks. good luck when going back down. the view is beautiful but I didnt enjoy the hike.

on Kirkman Hollow

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scramble
1 month ago

Watch out for motorcycles.

hiking
1 month ago

Great hike, we went early in the morning and had shade almost the whole time. Came up Spring Canyon and then continued on to the overlook. Very rocky, so trekking poles made the going much easier. There are wild raspberries (thimbleberries) among a large section of the trail and amazing views up hobble creek canyon and out across the valley. We saw a red-tailed hawk and some ruffed grouse along the way. Well worth the hike, and there are some great camping spots (flat meadows) near the top. We didn’t find any water sources so bring plenty. Our hike was about 8.7 miles up and back.

hiking
1 month ago

Did 8.5 miles of this trail and saw nobody the whole time. At about 4 miles in the trail forks, I went to the left up a little hill where there is a small wooden structure and a nice look out point. Trail was dry and dusty. Took about 2.5-3 hours total but I jogged on the way back

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bugs
1 month ago

This hike was enjoyable. Great views. There were tons of bees and horse flies at the top. A lot of pretty flowers and wild raspberries along the trail.

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rocky
1 month ago

Driving up to the trailhead is a little rough but once you get to it the trail is direct and easy to follow. It is very rocky but very doable. It’s semi steep yet easy enough. We went with our 4 boys ages 10, 8, 5, and 8 months and they all made it to the top and back with no major complaints. I do recommend shoes with good traction as the rocky parts can get slippery on the way down. The view at the top is beautiful.

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1 month ago

7/24/19. Great hike! First mile was rocky but not too bad. We hike past the lookout to the peak. After the lookout there was a little overgrown path that lead to the peak but you are walking through a lot of bushes and trees. Beautiful views and pretty shaded along the way up. Took us about 3 hours and was 4.8 miles to the peak (slow hiking after overlook due to bush and small trail)

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rocky
2 months ago

Fun short hike with great views at the top! Mostly on a ATV trail. Quite rocky. Looks down on Hobble Creek Golf Course. Mostly shaded. Enjoy!!

hiking
2 months ago

I went with my adventure group Get Out There Girl last weekend. This was a steep rocky hike and the views were spectacular. 360 degrees of gorgeous views. I could have spent hours up at the peak. It was beautiful and I highly recommend this hike.

hiking
2 months ago

Hiked the first half of this with our kids and dogs. Was completely doable for the 4 year old on his own yet interesting enough for the 15 year old. Loved the shade and river. Only passed by 2 bikers, and one other family. Beautiful!

hiking
2 months ago

Great workout, but a very unpleasant hike. Not very scenic, hot and dry.

hiking
2 months ago

It seems to be mostly a dirt bike trail. Parts of it was very narrow and steep. It wasn’t a bad hike overall, but I might not come back.

I had a hard time finding the trail head today. The Apple map directions from AllTrails lead me to the camp ground. I was driving through this camp ground at 6am and couldn’t find a trail head. I did eventually find the big parking lot that I think was mentioned, right at the entrance to the campground but not sure. By then I noticed the yellow dot on the map further up the Right Fork Road which is labeled “best place to park” so I decided to try that and cut off the little part of the trail that hugs the road in the beginning. That is indeed the best place to park! There is just a place to pull off and a sign that says “Day Use Only”. Now to find the trail from here you look to your right facing the creek and you can see a spot where you descent and can cross the creek via a perfectly placed log jam. After crossing the creek you can see a trail that goes upwards steeply on the embankment on the other side. That trail will lead you to the Main trail. You will also cross a smaller creek before you get to the main trail. You’ll see a fence on your right and the trail that comes in from the right but at that junction you will go left. At this point your only a few minutes from your car. You will be able to confirm your on the right trail because you’ll see signs along the beginning of the trail describing certain trees etc. Parking here cuts off maybe the first .8 mi of the trail but it just gets you to the real trail quicker. The trail follows a creek and crosses it many times. I never had to get my feet wet doing it though (July 3). It’s very shady for the first couple miles at least. At about the 2.2 mi mark you come into a meadow area which is very pretty. Then it becomes almost like an orchard with some trees spread out. I only went to just past the 3 mile mark on the All Trails map and then turned back but it was perfect for my time limits (I’d say it took me 1 1/2 hrs). Once back to my car I did drive up the Right Fork Road to see if I could see where the trail comes out. You easily can find that part of the trail but it’s quite a long drive. That is supposed to be the last roughly half of the hike. I’m not sure I would want to walk down a road for that long. It’s pretty but a little boring because you’re not on a trail- just a small road. Maybe you could put one car at the top and one at the bottom and that way you could just do the actual back country hiking and skip the road. Or just do an out and back.

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washed out
2 months ago

This is one of my favorite trails and I was sad when, at least 3 weeks ago, I found it completely washed out not too far in. We got so much rain this spring. The river is roaring. Again, that was 3 weeks ago, so maybe it has improved or someone blazed another trail around.

What a difference 19 days can make from the last review. Did the first mile of this hike with some youth in the evening. I expected it to be hot and open, but it was comfortable and shady and quite beautiful. There were a lot of stream crossings, but nothing that would cause your feet to get wet with careful stepping. Only went in a mile though, so I don't know about farther up. It did start to get buggy, mosqitos, so come prepared. Such a moderate hike and I enjoyed it so much that I'm going back with my spouse later in the week.

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2 months ago

Beautiful summer evening hike. we started late (8:23pm) the beginning was very rocky from ATVs loosening large rocks. some of the turns had steep banks which forced you to walk across the rocks for the first 0.6 miles up. It makes for a more difficult "moderate" hike. the sides of the trail this time of year are lush and green. Thick, dense and beautiful. However, after you get past that, the trail goes flat for the reminder of the first mile until you reach a beautiful large meadow. we saw a few Elk, before they ran up into the thick pines, then we noticed a bull moose about 60 yards away watching us without a care in the world. because it was getting dark, we turned around and headed back down, slipping a few times on the loose rocks. But the beauty of nature and wildlife was worth the 5-star rating tonight.

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rocky
2 months ago

This trail is so pretty! Going June 22, it is so green and lush. There are rocky parts and smooth parts. Like people said before, the beginning is really steep (had to stop two times to catch my breath because of the elevation). The view at the top is 360°! Very pretty. There’s also a pretty meadow about halfway through the hike.

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bugs
rocky
3 months ago

This trail was in a very beautiful area with lots of wildflowers and small meadows toward the end. However, it was steeper than expected for the majority of the time, making it not as enjoyable as it could have been.

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rocky
3 months ago

This trail has an amazing view for its’ length. We reached the trailhead in a Corolla, however I would not recommend it and recommend taking a vehicle that is more equipped for off-roading. The beginning of the trail is full of loose rocks and is a little scary at times however it is very doable if you are careful. We only encountered one other group of hikers. Amazing view at top!

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rocky
3 months ago

Fun trail with some great views of the valley. Starts out steeper than I expected.

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