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Pushing Tin Loop

Intermediate
 4.0 (33)

A quick fix of trail delight hiding in the middle of a neighborhood.


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Map Key

3.9

Miles

6.3

KM

Singletrack

2,870' 875 m

High

2,720' 829 m

Low

221' 67 m

Up

266' 81 m

Down

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

10%

Max Grade (5°)

Dogs Leashed

E-Bikes Unknown

Description

Park at the trailhead by the entrance to the Desert Canyons neighborhood. The parking area is gravel and looks to still be under development (seems like they are getting ready to add some covered picnic tables).

The trail starts as an easy ride that is fast and flows well with corners that aren't too sharp to cut into your pace. There's some mild hill-climbs/descents during this section. The trail is well-marked and majority dirt.

Ride underneath the highway, and you'll do 2-3 creek crossings. Today was dry, but beware of flowing water during rain or storms. After the underpass, you'll start a steady ascent and see mild slick rock obstacles. There are several great viewpoints as you climb and towards the end of the loop there's a picnic bench to take a break.

You can ride this trail both ways. The loop is a total of 5.6 miles round-trip from the parking area.

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Shared By:

Brigitte Flanagan

Trail Ratings

  4.0 from 33 votes

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  4.0 from 33 votes
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Photos

Sections of rock climbing (or descending).
Feb 14, 2018 near Washington, UT
Looking towards Pushing Tin
Feb 14, 2018 near Washington, UT
Looking south, the view from Pushing Tin remains great.
Feb 16, 2018 near Washington, UT
Will Gilbert Point offers a gorgeous view, a comfortable bench, and a great spot for a snack or some lunch.
Feb 16, 2018 near Washington, UT
Trailhead parking
Feb 14, 2018 near Washington, UT
The views start right from the beginning.
Feb 16, 2018 near Washington, UT

Weather


Current Trail Conditions

All Clear 42 days ago
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Check-Ins

Nov 25, 2022
Jason Murray
rode it from the SS and Claimjumper parking lot. great ride. went clockwise. I enjoy this direction more than counter clockwise. longer downhi… 3mi
Sep 17, 2022
Ryan Linford
Oct 19, 2021
Jasmine Board
Oct 18, 2021
Duncan Lee
Mar 2, 2021
David Sam
This trail is a gem. Just enough technical detail to you on your toes. 10mi — 1h 28m
Sep 16, 2020
Kurt Wallace
not bad for a state line crossover ride 31mi
Mar 17, 2020
Asa King
Oct 2, 2019
Matthew Thrift

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