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 41 votes

Length

2.8 Miles 4.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

47' 14 m

Ascent

-884' -270 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

26%

Max Grade (14°)

5,846' 1,782 m

High

5,008' 1,527 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 75 days ago
Snowy: Mostly snowpacked, but firm, rideable on 2" tires. Might have spots of ice, I rode on 12/7. History

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A great downhill with fun switchbacks and a few small jumps.

Steven Fahrenkrog

Overview

A one-way downhill trail, only open to mountain bikers.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

This is part of the Corner Canyon trail system in Draper Utah.

This trail is 100% singletrack, all the way down. The top half is hard-packed, natural gravel/sand with few trees so you get a great view of the Salt Lake City valley. As you descend, the terrain changes to wooded area with hard-packed dirt. Ride it anytime of the day in Spring and Fall. In the Summer-time you'll want to do mornings or evenings as mid-day will be too hot.

Take your time the first time you ride down the trail -- there are a lot of surprising switchbacks and small natural jumps.

Be sure to take in the sweet views of the Salt Lake valley, but don't lose focus and ride off the trail! This trail is so much fun, you might not want to stop and look.

Once at the bottom you'll finish up on the service road for Corner Canyon Park.

Ride it once and you'll keep coming back for more.

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Nov 25, 2017
Rachel Ch
Nov 24, 2017
Clark Smith
Oct 14, 2017
Brandon Hays
Great condition. 2.8mi
Sep 17, 2017
Chris Sarot
Sep 15, 2017
Gui Serra
Sep 11, 2017
CRyanDean
Sep 2, 2017
Caleb Elzey
Aug 1, 2017
John Budd
4.7mi — 1h 24m

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  4.7 from 41 votes

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I ran into a police officer at the Coyote Hallow parking lot the weekend of Oct. 14th 2017. They said after this weekend they will be ticketing people "illegally" parked in the circle. There is a confusing curb with a No parking 10pm-5am sign and up the hill a No parking sign with arrows. The Officer said the no parking with arrows over rides the no parking 10pm-5am sign. Don't get a ticket Oct 16, 2017
Mark Michaels
Draper, UT
Mark Michaels   Draper, UT
Yeah, DO NOT park on the STREET, park ONLY in Cul de sac. Confusing because they used to allow some parking along the North side of street leading down to the Cul de sac. Nov 21, 2017

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