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Glenwild Loop

Intermediate
 4.0 (27)

This trail offers a lot of southern exposure and great views looking south towards Park City.


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Map Key

6.1

Miles

9.9

KM

Singletrack

7,119' 2,170 m

High

6,427' 1,959 m

Low

795' 242 m

Up

795' 242 m

Down

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Off-leash

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

Park in the parking area, of the small park off Glenwild drive, and take the Stealth Trail heading east, about 1.2 miles until you hit Glenwild Loop.

Heading east to start, the trail is relatively smooth and fast, and eventually passes through the rolling terrain of the Glenwild residential resort community. The trail is well-marked, so stay on the trail and respect the residents. After you pass the Cobblestone Loop junction, the trail begins the climb, back up the north face of the hill, then drops down the more technical and rocky south face.

In general, this area offers great early season rides, as it has plenty of southern exposure, few trees, and dries quickly after rain and in between early/late season snow.

Contacts

Land Manager: Basin Recreation

Shared By:

Scott Cullins

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 27 votes

#957

Overall
  4.0 from 27 votes
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Trail Rankings

#103

in Utah

#957

Overall
21 Views Last Month
9,764 Since Sep 26, 2013
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Photos

Top of Flying Dog by the cell tower, overlooking I-80
Jun 9, 2019 near Snyderv…, UT

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Oct 16, 2022
Tania Awalegaonkar
3h 20m
Oct 7, 2021
Ryan Robison
Aug 28, 2021
Leonardo Moreno
Light blue, slow grade ascent and descent, some challenges
Jun 6, 2021
Madi Sudweeks
6.1mi
May 24, 2021
Jacilyn Hayden
Aug 11, 2020
Scott Snow
Jul 30, 2020
Cabot Metz
Jul 11, 2020
David Sam
Rode it CCW, should've rode it the opposite direction. The climbing and descent would've been more enjoyable that way. 11.8mi — 1h 53m