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The Bonneville Shoreline Trail for hiking and biking is a rel treasure! Mostly a single track that follows the shoreline of the ancient Lake Bonneville (Great Salt Lake is what remains), there are several access points along the Wasatch Front extending from North Salt Lake...More
This was an invigorating hike with great views! The trail was in great shape and offered a lot of variety. We appreciated the ability for dogs to be off leash and enjoying the park/trail as much as their owners. If we lived in this area...More
The Bonneville Shoreline Trail is very long, and has many variations, but the segment that I did went from the parking lot of the Natural History Museum to the "backyard" of the This is the Place Heritage Park. It was a flat easy, 35-40 minute...More
Wonderful way to see the entire valley North, East, West and South! There are many trails that take off from the main path, in other words, there are considerable options.
Take lots of water, wear good shoes for hiking and go early in the day,...More
Our 20 year old son took his fifty plus parents up these rocky trails to a stupendous view. It was pretty warm. Glad we had lots of water and food. We took a pretty steep and rocky trail up. On the way down he took...More
The Parley's Trail will ultimately connect the Bonneville Shoreline Trail with the Jordan River Parkway/Trail. The connection to Parley's Nature Park is currently used heavily, and it a great adventure
The trail is in the hot sun from about 9:00 o'clock in the morning until sundown, so the cool of the day requires your hike to start early. We accessed the trail at the East Lawn Cemetery in Provo.. The hike up to the trail...More
If your reading this, then you might be looking for one of the coolest hiking trails in the Salt Lake City area. The Bonneville Shoreline trail, which has segments up and down the Wasatch Front. This section runs from the university of Utah (dry creek)...More
From the north-south Highways that run through the valley head east to the foothills of the mountains where you will find numerous trail heads. I happened to be staying in Ogden and just rode my bike towards the mountains and found the trail.
It rests along the shoreline of old lake Bonneville. It provides easy, flat hiking or beginner to intermediate mountain biking. It allows for a great view of Davis County, the Great Salt Lake and Antelope island. It gets crowded in the evenings and weekends. They...More