Ogden BST - 22nd to Waterfall

 10 votes

2.3 Miles 3.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

687' 209 m

Ascent

-282' -86 m

Descent

5,254' 1,601 m

High

4,849' 1,478 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

46%

Max Grade (24°)

Unknown

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The Bonneville Shoreline Trail segment from 22nd Street in Ogden to the Waterfall Canyon Trail

Swingin Johnson

Overview

Crosses private land above Taylor Canyon. Please respect the property.

Description

This segment starts (or ends) above the 22nd street trailhead in Ogden. From the "Rock Wall" and "Indian Trail" divergence, continue south on this well maintained trail. Smaller social trails cross or branch off along the way.

Near the northern edge of the Taylor Canyon opening, the Taylor Canyon North Trail branches off East. Continue straight here, down into the trees. Cross the wooden bridge, and a fun rock garden section, and then back uphill on the south opening of Taylor Canyon. Follow the signage for "scenic route" up a steady climb until reaching a rocky outcropping overlooking Mt. Ogden Park and golf course.

From here, it is flat as the trail follows the contour of the hillside south to the intersection of the Waterfall Canyon trail.

From here you can either bomb downhill, dodging the heavy hiker traffic, or continue uphill a short distance to the continuance of the BST (not included in this segment).

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Sep 8, 2016
Bob Sharpe
Rode from the Blue Ribbon Trail to the 22nd Street trailhead. Beautiful day. Crisp, clear sunshine, light southern breeze.

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  3.9 from 10 votes

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in Ogden

#3498

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in Utah

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Not sure how this trail gets a Green anything! lol! There are a few easy sections, but there are also a few fairly difficult sections that have thrown me in more than a few different directions! There are easier sections below it though that are extremely easy, little to no technicality and can get you to just about the same places. Nov 1, 2015


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