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Peakview Trail

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Length

2.0 Miles 3.2 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

603' 184 m

Ascent

-6' -2 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

6,450' 1,966 m

High

5,854' 1,784 m

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A beautiful trail connecting Corner Canyon to the trails in Alpine.

Scott Sudweeks

Overview

Uphill and pedestrian traffic have the right-of-way. Don't ride when muddy.

Description

This trail is a groomed singletrack that originates at the trail hub of Rush, Clark's Trail, Corner Canyon Road and Brock's Point/Canyon Hollow trails.

The trail is a recent addition and connects to the Jacob's Ladder Trail junction. This trail replaces parts of the jeep roads used previously. Peakview Trail also provides access to a trail called Three Falls Trail. This trail is a combination of singletrack and old jeep trails.

The local community is improving this area and adding new trails each year.

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Mark Michaels
Draper, UT
Mark Michaels   Draper, UT
Fun ride. Combined with Anne's and 3 Falls, it makes a 12+ mile out and back from Potato Hill. Nice views of Utah Lake and Lone Peak. Great fun on the downhill back to the Rush Corral, as the double-wide singletrack without blind curves makes higher speeds reasonable! Nov 28, 2017
Mark Michaels
Draper, UT
Mark Michaels   Draper, UT
There are several Four-wheel drive roads criss-crossing this area, which could cause some confusion, but the trail is well signed. Nov 28, 2017

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