MTB Project Logo

Clark's Trail

 3.9 (9)

1.3 Miles 2.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

606' 185 m

Ascent

0' 0 m

Descent

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

5,793' 1,766 m

High

5,187' 1,581 m

Low

Shared By matt barrus

Conditions


All Clear 81 days ago

Getting forecast...

A short but fairly steep uphill-only route that meets up with several other trails

matt barrus

Dogs Unknown

Features eMTB allowed

No bikes downhill!

Description

As of 2014 this trail is uphill only to bikes. Easiest access is from the Coyote Hollow trailhead near the Draper temple. From the trailhead, take a hard right onto Bonneville Shoreline. Soon you'll encounter another fork near a bridge; head left across the bridge to start climbing Clark's.

Clark's is a technically easy trail but at an average grade of ~12%, it will test your stamina and lung capacity. The trail is smooth with the occasional root or rock but nothing very challenging. Most of the trail is well shaded.

The trail ends at the Peak View trailhead where you can descend Rush, Ann's Trail, or Canyon Hollow via Brock's Point. Other options include climbing the dirt Corner Canyon Road for another mile or so and descending via Ghost Falls, or climbing the jeep road Alpine Perimeter for about 1.5 miles and descending Jacob's Ladder.

Contacts

You & This Trail


Rate Quality


   Clear Rating

Rate Difficulty

Share This Trail

Your Check-Ins

Check-Ins

Jun 21, 2018
MacKenzie Clayton
Jun 15, 2018
Michael Dallon
With Scott Hinckley, connected to Rush 1.3mi
Nov 24, 2017
Clark Smith
Nov 9, 2017
Paul Frank
Sep 11, 2017
CRyanDean
Aug 27, 2017
Biker S
Jul 27, 2017
Joshua Christiansen
Steep but worth it to come down Rush. 1.4mi
Jul 22, 2017
Brandon Hays
1.3mi

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 9 votes

#5804

Overall
  3.9 from 9 votes
5 Star
11%
4 Star
67%
3 Star
22%
2 Star
0%
1 Star
0%
Rankings

#220

in Utah

#5,804

Overall
34 Views Last Month
1,029 Since Aug 10, 2014
Intermediate Intermediate

0%
14%
86%
0%
0%
0%

0 Comments

MTB Project is part of the REI Co-op family,
where a life outdoors is a life well lived.

Shop REI Mountain Bike

MTB Project is supported by

Support Your Local IMBA Chapter