Need to Know
This trail is part of the ongoing development of a bike park, funded by the City of Fruit Heights. Park only on the east side of 1800 E, opposite the houses (for now. A proper parking area will be developed.) No restrooms.
Start heading south from the road and take a marked left fork. Bear left for a very short climb with one technical section and a couple rollers. Ride the fire-break road until the trail drops off to the right. Enjoy some quick pedaling and take the first right fork. Drop into some nice berms and medium-ish jumps. Most features can be ridden around.
Towards the bottom, two trails come very close to each other and you can easily switch to the other one (straight-ish left) but the hard right turn at this point brings a little more fun. Link up with the Green Loop
then continue on the Shoreline Trail for just a minute until the trail breaks to the right. Climb up some easy, wide switchbacks to where you started. The trail is often marked with "no horses" signs.
If you, your company, or anyone you know might be interested in donating and supporting more trails in this area please visit Brandon Green at the Fruit Heights City office. Contact him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shared By: Joshua Hunt