Looking for a great trail near Stockton, Utah? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, forest trails, views 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 Memory Grove Park or Mueller Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Loch Lomond Park or Faklis Park. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 3 hard trails in Stockton ranging from 4.9 to 12.1 miles and from 6,515 to 10,623 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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over grown
5 days ago

Difficult hike; great views at the top. No shade, no water; lots of bushwhacking, trail dies out often.

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rocky
1 month ago

nice hike, pay attention to the map because you will wonder off the trail at the 90deg turns. half the trail is in the woods and the other half is more open with some amazing views.

off road driving
1 month ago

Started out across the northern part of the trail. Made it as far as the Stockton Water plant fencing and the turn south. Shortly after the turn south the trail becomes riverbed for what looks to be a short distance. I would like to come back to this trail and clean up what is starting to be overgrown and finish the loop.

on Sharps Mountain

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private property
2 months ago

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blowdown
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over grown
private property
2 months ago

Gorgeous area, amazing views and alpine forests. Not a trail for the inexperienced as it gets really overgrown towards the peak and has about 10 creek crossings you have to ford early on the route. Also deducting a star because nobody thought to mention the homicidally aggressive herd of cows that hangs out along the trail. Definitely wait until the calves are a bit older to do this hike.

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snow
3 months ago

The road is also part of the trail was easy enough to drive even driving over a creek in the morning with a suv. We stopped at the end of the road and started hiking. Beautiful hike crossing creeks many times. Sometimes it was hard to figure out the trail and even took the wrong one but made it a loop.

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over grown
3 months ago

Fantastic peak to bag, but the directions to get there are not correct. The road from the Cedar Fort side is gated and closed by the Mercur mine. That means that you have to park pretty far away. It was nearly 16 miles round trip for me and a lot of bushwhacking.

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rocky
3 months ago

My wife and I decided to tackle this Left Hand Fork Loop Trail. First of all, we did it backwards which actually kinda worked out better because the area that was at the end of our hike coming up on Camp Wapiti was really loose and rocky. So depending if you'd rather hit that part going uphill or downhill. Take the road up to Camp Wapiti if you'd rather tackle loose rocky terrain going uphill, or continue past the sign for Camp Wapiti up Settlement Canyon Road to where the sign says Left Hand Fork Tail and start there instead if you'd rather the loose terrain be downhill at the end when you're almost done. Horse riders do use this trail so watch where you step. Once we got up above the trees in the open meadows on the side of the mountain, there were some pretty awesome views of the valley and the Great Salt Lake.

I went early in the morning (6:30 AM 45°F degree weather) and there was no one on the trail. So if you are following the map, it doesn't follow the trail very good and you could get lost. I had to turn around twice because I took the wrong path. I'd say the hard part was Hiking up the mountain, everything else was pretty easy. But the best part about this hike was the different views and scenery. One half of the hike you would have a mountain view and the next would be a forest view. Overall a great hike and would go on it again.

This definitely a 4.7 mile hike not the 3.3 that was posted earlier. It’s .5 miles from the parking lot outside the pay booth. We loved the hike and enjoyed the cool morning air. I took my 3 younger boys and 7 month old in a backpack and red all really enjoyed it.

Liked this trail a lot, saw many deer. Will be more green in the coming weeks, many trees just starting to sprout

You can park at the gate and walk in during the colder months. It only extends the hike by maybe a quarter mile.

Park was closed for winter by Nov so couldn't partake.

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11 months ago

LOVED IT! I LOVED Ophir! It reminds me of a "mini-Moab", such a calm pleasant atmosphere. This was my first ascent of the Oquirrhs and it did not disappoint! What a beautiful and underappreciated mountain / trail. More people should discover this! Had to navigate down a runoff chute. (Fortunately it was dry)

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11 months ago

One of my go to hikes during May to October. Deer, turkeys, chukars, pine grouse, golden eagles, horned lizards, as well as rattlesnakes are just some of the wildlife you can see on this hike.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Incredible hike and definitely fun to conquer another one of Utah's "ultra" prominent peaks! There is no trail at all, so be prepared to bushwhack it. We had to park our car at about 40.3706, -112.22784 and then hike the remaining distance to the trailhead. All told it wound up being about 7 miles and 3400 feet of elevation gain. Certainly worth it!

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

When I posted my other review this was listed as a 1 mile trail and that’s all we did.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

It was an easy beginning of year hike. My 7 and 10 year old did it with no problems.

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Sunday, May 27, 2018

My husband and I completed this hike on May 19. This was a simple hike that had a mild or moderate incline the entire way. This time of year, everything was green and lovely, and we got some really nice, Jurassic-Park-esque views. On AllTrails, this trail is only marked as being one mile, but it seemed to continue past that point. When we got to what AllTrails had marked as the end, we kept going. We continued to the saddle, which added just 5-10 minutes each way and was worth it in our opinion. Overall great, simple hike!

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Probably best during the fall season. Pretty rocky toward the top. Not hard but definitely not the easiest hike. From the main parking lot it’s a 3.36 mile loop.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Great day for a hike. What a beautiful view.

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Nice hike in the spring when wild flowers are in bloom

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