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City Creek Trail

 2 votes

2.7 Miles 4.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

275' 84 m

Ascent

-348' -106 m

Descent

3,270' 997 m

High

3,056' 931 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

14%

Max Grade (8°)

Bad / Closed

62 days agoUpdate

City Creek trail offers a few rocky sections to test your skills.

Edward-Bam Lopez

Overview

Description

The City Creek trail starts on Turtle Road by the red cliffs of northern St. George. The trailhead is across the road from the parking area.

The trail features a few rocky sections then drops down and crosses the road to connect to the Rusty Cliffs Trail. Most of the trail is moderately challenging, but there are occasional optional lines to offer an added challenge for advanced riders.

On the first fork towards the beginning of the trail, the left trail is an optional loop on the City Creek-Owens Connector Trail. Stay right for the main trail, but there after, whenever you cross a fork trail, stay straight to continue on the main City Creek trail. However feel free to explore branching trails for more advanced trails.

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Sep 17, 2017
Ellie Avant
Aborted this trail. Terrible condition! 3.2mi — 0h 36m
Mar 24, 2016
Jared Berrett
The technical rocky area got me. Ouch.

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  2.5 from 2 votes

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Conditions


Bad / Closed 62 days ago
Loose rock and gravel, thorns all over the trail, barely rideable.
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Ellie Avant
Francis, UT
Ellie Avant   Francis, UT
Unless you want to deliberately ruin both of your tires stay away!!!!! This is a TERRIBLE ride. The trail is covered in loose rock and thorns everwhere, so unless you're tubeless, prepare for a flat. And don't go right at the fork going out towards the highway, it's all uphill all the way back. Go left at the fork and do the loop. Don't go alone either, as there isn't a soul on this trail!!! Sep 22, 2017

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