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Strawberry Narrows

 4.3 (4)

14.5 Miles 23.3 Kilometers



736' 224 m


-736' -224 m



Avg Grade (1°)


Max Grade (5°)

7,785' 2,373 m


7,632' 2,326 m


Shared By Eric Decker


All Clear 87 days ago
Dry - Smokey. Hard on the lungs. History

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Rolling, buffed-out singletrack along a forested lake shore.

Eric Decker

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This ride consists primarily buffed out rolling singletrack. Starting just past the Aspen Grove Marina, this trail follows the narrows between Strawberry Reservoir and Soldier Creek Reservoir.

Expect a few grunty climbs but primarily rolling singletrack.

Need to Know

You can park for free along the dirt road that gives you access to the trail. However, it is iffy for 2 wheel drive. You need to be concerned about clearance but we got in there with a 4-wheel Subaru (which doesn't have tons of clearance).

To be safe you can always park at the Marina and ride up the paved road on the right as you leave the Marina parking lot (FS 90). Then drop down the dirt road to access the trail. However, you'll need to pay the parking fee.


This is a gem and reported as a must ride in various other mountain bike trail online resources. This is because this is rolling buffed out fairly easy singletrack with a variety of views that alternates between shoreline trails and trails running through aspen forest.

You start out at the bottom of a very short dirt road. Don't go past the No Trespassing signs, if you start back up hill on the doubletrack Jeep road, you've gone too far. The trail is about 50 feet behind you on the right as you come down the hill.

You climb out to the north on nice well defined singletrack that does a bit of rolling up and down. Some grunt climbs, but these are short. You'll reach Badger Point for your first 300 degree view of Soldier Reservoir.

You then continue on the singletrack that leads into the forest. There will be a variety of ups and downs, some grunt climbs (also short), and some intermediate level descents.

There, the trail continues to follow the various inlets of the reservoir, interspersed with outstanding views.

It is recommended that you stop at Renegade Point. While the trail continues to the west, it eventually drops down into sage brush and when over grown it is difficult to find the trail.

The out and back ride to Renegade Point is what most people do and it has the highlights.


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May 25, 2018
John Thomson
Oct 11, 2017
Dallon Wilkes
Aug 21, 2017
Blake White
Jun 5, 2017
Chris Delhierro
Oct 15, 2016
Jen Vogel Gotantas
Do not follow the drive to directions. Old school shoreline trail. Pretty
Sep 5, 2016
Alex Peterson
Clean trail beautiful fall day 15mi — 3h 30m
Jun 9, 2016
Linda Lee

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Linda Lee
Sandy, UT
Linda Lee   Sandy, UT
This trail is fun but downed trees caused it to be a pain. Didn't do the whole thing, just a bit past the Narrows view. Trail could use some love. Jun 9, 2016

Yeah thats what i was thinking haha. bout 10 or so trees down and the trees are overgrown a little. Still enjoyed it though, went clear to the end. Jun 21, 2016

Thank you both for the heads up! Jul 11, 2016

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