Corner Canyon Trail System
All photos by Outdoor Project Contributor, Kyle Jenkins
|Pros: Lots of trails and terrain to choose from. Hiking allowed on
certain trails. Dogs and Horses allowed in certain areas. Long riding season.
Cons: Cougar sightings on occasion. Can get crowded.
Preferable Season(s): Summer, Fall
Day-Use/Parking Pass Required: Not Required
Dogs allowed?: Yes
|Total Distance: Varies
Terrain Difficulty: BLUE
Trailhead Elev.: 4,684 ft (1,428 m)
Net Elev. Gain: 1,400 ft (427 m)
Trail Uses: Hiking, Biking, Horseback
Trail type: There-and-back/Loop
The Corner Canyon Trail System is a fantastic recreational area near Salt Lake City that is mainly used for mountain biking but also allows foot traffic, dogs, and horseback riding. The trail system is butted up against the Wasatch mountains in the city of Draper in the southeast corner of the Salt Lake Valley. Tucked between developments is a free and wide open swath of doubletrack and singletrack to explore without having to leave the suburbs. With its low altitude, the riding season starts earlier and lasts longer than many Wasatch mountain biking trails. The average difficulty of the trails is moderate with a few more technical sections, meaning this is a place that everyone who loves to ride should try.
Map & Location
- Venue Type: Mountain Biking