Dogs must be least while in city parks, but can be off-leash in BLM Land.
The trail starts off the Pinyon Trail in Dorcas Jensen Park. The quality machine-built singletrack quickly climbs up the mountainside. The tread is relatively smooth, but it is steep. At the 0.40-mile mark, the Meeker Flow Trail forks off to the left. After switchbacking up the mountainside, you finally top out at 1.5 miles. Take a rest on the bench and admire the views of the White River Valley. The 2.4-mile descent is super fast and flowy with only moderate technical parts. Watch out for other trail users, as it is heavily traveled. You finish up in Ute Park. From there either turn around and ride the other direction or cut through town back to your car.
The best access is at Sanderson Hills Park, although you can also access the trail system from Ute Park, 7th Street, and Sage Ridge Road.
Like the Meeker Flow Trail, this trail was built by Progressive Trail Design. The ERBM Recreation and Park District is leading the charge to build more trail on both district and BLM land.