||Bonneville Shoreline -
Provo City. (Hobble Creek section in limbo!) Broad trail, usually doubletrack, contouring along the
mountains above Provo from Rock Canyon to Slate Canyon. Follows the
shoreline of prehistoric Lake Bonneville. Easier technical, a little
climbing, lower altitude. Hot in afternoons. Season March through
November, often open in winter.
|Center Trail to Strawberry
Ridge Loop. EPIC! This is a tough 18-plus mile ride with over 4000
vertical feet of climbing, at an average altitude of 8000 feet.
Awesome scenery.. Starting with a climb up Second Water, you'll cross five
mountains on the Center Trail to Fifth Water. Then you'll climb to the
Strawberry Ridge Road for more up-and-down riding before the descent.
Season July through September
|Fifth Water Ridge.
Editor's Pick! This 12-mile, 1500-vertical loop ride offers a nice mix of smooth
trail and great views with a smattering of short challenges thrown in. The
trail starts on Rays Valley Road north of Spanish Fork Canyon, climbs
Fifth Water Ridge and circles the Fifth Water drainage before descending.
For those looking for more, the lower trailhead at Three Forks gives you a
21-mile, 2700-vertical ride.
Creek paved trail. Wide paved trail climbs lower Hobble Creek
canyon, beginning in town and extending past the golf course to Rotary
Park. 4.5 miles, 350 feet of climbing. Very easy ride, suitable for
families with small children. Season March-December.
Canyon. (Mapleton) Singletrack trail, bottom section is
intermediate (and popular). Upper trail has very significant steep
climbing and technical riding. Season June through October.
Monks Hollow. ATV-track trail in Diamond Fork.
Significant climb, but easy technical. Some views of the Spanish Fork Canyon
area. Season April through October.
||Three Forks Loop.
A Must-Ride Classic! In Diamond Fork, this loop uses Cottonwood Creek's singletrack to climb,
links via paved road, then drops into Fifth Water to descend on
singletrack. Intermediate technical, moderate climb. Season May through
Creek. Editor's Pick! Singletrack climb in Hobble Creek, in and out of the creek up
to the ridgeline with optional return loop via next canyon. Moderate climb, intermediate technical. Season mid-May