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"Alpine Days" Race Trail. Starts in center of Alpine, follows pavement to dirt Hog Hollow Road. Crosses from Traverse Ridge over to Fort Canyon, over to Schoolhouse Springs, to the Lone Peak trailhead, into Lambert Park, then back to town. Starting elevation 5100 feet, 1200 ft elevation change, total climbing around 2000, some areas of advanced technical, total distance 15 miles. Views over Utah Valley. Season late April through November.
|0.0 West on 200 North at 4-way
stop (200 N Main)
0.5 Fork R (north) uphill on pavement
0.8 Turn L (west) on paved Hog Hollow Road
1.2 Road turns to dirt
N 40° 27.688' W 111° 47.525'
Curve slowly north, ignore smaller roads
2.0 Begin to climb up Hog Hollow (DT)
4.1 Top of Traverse Ridge, turn R on DT
N 40° 29.197' W 111° 49.294'
East on middle DT to climb hill
4.5 R on DT that winds south around hill
5.3 5-way DT intersection, turn R
Keep R at DT forks
5.7 Trail turns L off DT, dropping down The Wash
7.0 Bottom of wash, follow DT to road
L on pavement
7.3 Keep L uphill on pavement
7.4 Cross river, start uphill
N 40° 29.362' W 111° 46.487'
7.6 Fork R, ride past pond on ATV track
|8.0 Fork hard R (reverse
direction E to W)
8.3 Fork L (option R = viewpoint)
8.9 Fork R, head into First Blood Chute
9.0 R on DT around Schoolhouse Springs
N 40° 29.034' W 111° 45.668'
Temporary DETOUR Route
9.6 (Approx) Fork R on DT
Continue onto pavement
Left after 200 feet
Right at intersection
Keep L until you cross Dry Creek
Veer R after crossing Creek
10 Lambert Park. Pick a route!
(Original trail at 11.0 L up Box Elder at
N 40° 28.425' W 111° 45.098')
Go to Lambert Park trail guide
South end of Lambert Park, find City Trail
12.5 (approx) City Trail crosses gravel road
turn R downhill to city streets
Keep downhill and heading west back to start
|Getting there: Take
I-15 to the Alpine/Highland exit, just south of Point-of-the-Mountain. Drive straight east
5 miles towards the mountains, turning left at the stoplight in Highland (where you see
the grocery store and gas station). Drive 2 miles north into Alpine to the 4-way stop at
200 North. That's our ride's starting point. Most bikers park in the church
lot (R around the corner).
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Trail conditions change, and the layout of a trail may change without notice. Use this trail guide at your own risk.