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Hard Licks Loop

 
 6 votes

4.2 Miles 6.7 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

415' 127 m

Ascent

-413' -126 m

Descent

5,229' 1,594 m

High

4,885' 1,489 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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In the hills SE of Herriman, a great casual trail for walking, hiking, riding or trail running.

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Overview

Can be ridden clockwise or counterclockwise.

Need to Know

New trail, still rough in spots.

Description

Lots of intersecting trails stick to the singletrack for best riding.

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3.0 from 6 votes


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Sep 9, 2017
bryanj0410
4.2mi
May 7, 2017
Kristen Garner
Fun trail! Liked going counter-clockwise 4.2mi
Sep 25, 2016
Dallas Frame

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  3.0 from 6 votes

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  3.0 from 6 votes
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#116

in Utah

#2,783

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Tried to ride the trail today - very frustrating. A lot of unmarked paths that look like the correct trail and there is a large construction project that seems to be blocking most of the northeast corner of the loop. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out where to go. I puttered around until I got bored, then left. Save yourself the trip and go to corner canyon instead. Aug 8, 2017
I ride this trail all the time. A few tips: 1) most people ride the trail counter clockwise (I think it is loads better that way), 2) the construction mostly interferes with the climb back up from mountain view corridor, 3) if you want to avoid the construction stay close to the fence, ride down the gully then ride up on the dirt road, 4) the trail can be confusing but is usually pretty empty. Sep 8, 2017

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