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Utah Valley Region Trails
Provo Canyon Area
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Aspen Grove. Singletrack climbs from Aspen Grove in Provo Canyon's North Fork to the top of the Alpine Loop. Shorter ride but significant climb, intermediate technical. Aspen forest with some views. Season late May through September.
Big Baldy Loop.  Extremely tough, long loop ride with extensive climbing, technical downhill, rough trail surfaces. Uses Grove Creek for uphill, Dry Canyon for downhill. For strong, skilled, adventurous riders only. Season late June through September.
Big Spring HollowA Must-Ride Classic! Short-but-sweet singletrack loop in the South Fork of Provo Canyon. Meadows, forested riding, a few views of the mountains. Mild climbing, low-intermediate technical. Season May through October.
Bonneville Shoreline - Orem to Pleasant Grove. 4.5 miles out-and-back, with around 600 feet of climbing each way. Option of loop ride via road return. Foothill area with views over Utah Valley. Season April through November.
Bonneville Shoreline - Provo Canyon. Short singletrack climbs from the Provo River Parkway up to viewpoints overlooking Utah Valley. Moderate climb, intermediate technical, lower altitude. Season May through October.
Bonneville Shoreline - Provo City. 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.
Deer Creek Parkway (northern end, Provo River Parkway).  Broad gravel "road" for non-motorized travel, runs the length of Deer Creek Reservoir along the northern shore. Fair family ride, with gravel making tiny-tire travel difficult. Length 7.5 miles one-way. Season March through December.
Grove Creek.  Up-and-back or downhill trail for advanced riders. (Most riders do this ride as a shuttled DH.) Fairly steep, exposed cliffsides, trail surface often technical. This page covers shuttled downhill version. Uphill instructions covered on Big Baldy Loop trail page. Season June through September.
Kris' 051 Loop. Loop ride in the foothills on the southwest side of Mount Timpanogos, including a section of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. Intermediate technical, some steepish spots but not too strenuous. 7 miles with 1700 vertical feet of climbing. Season April through early December.
Little Baldy. Tough climb up the south side of Mount Timpanogos. Advanced technical with narrow trail, very strenuous. Options out-and-back, or two possible loop rides. Ride described is 11.5 miles with 2700 feet of climbing. Season June through October.
Murdock Canal Trail (Orem, Linden, Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Highland, Lehi). Paved trail follows route of enclosed Murdock Canal for 17 miles from the mouth of Provo Canyon to Thanksgiving Point at the north end of the valley. Connections to local paved trails. Season year-round as snow allows.
Orem Bench to GWT. This trail follows the north side of lower Provo Canyon, from Canyon Glen to the outskirts of Orem. Singletrack plus doubletrack. Hot in afternoons. Season late March through October, doubletrack is often open all winter on dirt or packed snow. Map includes Orem section, Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
Pot Hollow (Little Deer Creek Loop). 2.5-mile singletrack downhill from Pole Line Pass near Cascade Springs. Ride as shuttled DH or as 12-mile loop climbing on gravel/dirt road. Substantial but non-technical climbing. Descent upper-intermediate technical. Season late June through October.
Pot Hollow via East Side Ridge Loop. Absolutely brutal vicious ride for strong experts only. Initial climb on gravel/dirt road, then 10 miles of advanced-technical singletrack. Top altitude 9700 feet, great views. Finishes with intermediate-tech descent down Pot Hollow  Season July through September.
Provo Canyon Race Loop. Must-do Classic!  Singletrack loop above the water pipeline in lower Provo Canyon. A little climbing, intermediate technical. Views up the canyon. Season April through October.
Provo River Parkway. Paved foot, bike, and rollerblade trail extends from downtown Provo up Provo Canyon past Bridal Veil Falls. Mostly shaded, good views of canyon walls. Easy technical, but good bike control required for youngsters to avoid collisions with multiple trail users. Season March through November.
Sundance. Ski-lift served biking on singletrack at Sundance Resort. Singletrack through forest and meadows, great downhills. Intermediate technical. Some short loose rocky tracks on the upper mountain require good skills. Season June through September.
Timpanogos Perimeter (Great Western). Narrow singletrack from Timpooneke Campground to Grove Creek around Mt Timpanogos. Advanced-intermediate technical, significant climbing. Great views. Season June through September.
Windy Pass. Singletrack climb from Provo Canyon's South Fork to Windy Pass. Brutal long climb, advanced technical. For stronger riders. Season June to September.

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