Kaysville Mountain Bike Loop

 9 votes

2.3 Miles 3.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

251' 76 m

Ascent

-262' -80 m

Descent

4,992' 1,522 m

High

4,832' 1,473 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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A fun singletrack loop!

Jordy Hanson

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This trail is a ton of fun!

Park for the south end of Bonneville Shoreline (BST) in Kaysville. Enter by the wilderness park sign on the singletrack trail, not the road. As you go there are markers pointing which way to turn. Follow the arrows and you can't go wrong.

Most of this trail is intermediate difficulty. Keep in mind that there is a section just after crossing the service road (and riding along with it for a moment) for the last time that is more of a black diamond technical section. This section can be skipped by staying on the service road until the trail, going south, crosses the road again.

As you approach this section above don't turn up onto the BST - wait for the brown post with the arrow telling you to turn.

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Jun 23, 2017
Zane Argyle
2.4mi — 0h 20m
Jun 8, 2017
James Powelson
May 29, 2017
Kim Christensen
Apr 14, 2017
Luis Cantu
First time on this trail 2.3mi
Mar 18, 2017
J A
Sep 17, 2016
Paul Schmidt
3 laps plus Bonneville to the 2nd bridge
Apr 13, 2016
S Benjamin Webster
3.1mi
Mar 21, 2016
Bill Foster
Great practice run to get back into shape after the winter! Watch out for horses though! I rode it on a Monday and it was slightly busy. I could im...

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