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blue Bonneville Shoreline Trail (North Ogden)

Trail

4.7 mile 7.5 kilometer point to point
Singletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 757' 231 m
Descent: -525' -160 m
High: 5,782' 1,762 m
Low: 5,094' 1,553 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 25% (14°)

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Trail shared by BackCountry Sortor

The newest extension of the BST along the power lines in North Ogden.

BackCountry Sortor

E-Bikes Unknown

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Description

Mostly singletrack from North Ogden Divide heading past the base of Ben Lomond Peak and towards Willard. It's pretty flat for a mile or so then switchbacks to the remaining flat section.

The trail is mostly hard pack dirt with occasional stones, roots, and easy rocky sections. The switchback turns at about 1 mile in would constitute the only difficult section of the ride. Beyond the switchbacks comes the flowy, fast, and smooth section that makes up the best the trail has to offer.

Unfortunately, the entire trail follows massive power lines and, in spots, the trail is actually on the power company's access road. This could be ignored but the power company's use of powerful herbicides killing the flora below the power lines takes away from the experience. However, the views of Ogden to the southwest and Ben Lomond Peak to the north are exceptional!

Here's to hoping this trail weaves its way to Willard and beyond!

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Sep 18, 2018
Justin Bateman
Apr 1, 2018
Spencer DelaLuna
Dry 9mi
May 12, 2017
Rocky Tello
8.9mi
Oct 9, 2016
Lonnie Porter
8.2mi
Apr 22, 2016
Jason Caldwell
2h 00m

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  4.1 from 11 votes

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