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Don't even THINK about stopping. Hog Hollow Trail
The Hog Hollow Road begins at the northwest corner of Alpine and climbs to Traverse Ridge, where you can look north over the Salt Lake Valley, and south over Utah Valley. It's a nice 4-mile climb (1000 vertical feet). A worthwhile, easy-technical hillclimb in the summer, this road becomes RAD for advanced off-season biking. While other trails are buried in the snow, Hog Hollow is a different ride every day: one day it's an easy cruise on hard-pack snow; the next it's a gooey mud slop-fest. One day it's a slush-digging fishtailing corn-snow ride; the next day it's a raging torrent of muddy water over hard ice ledges. At the top of the ridge, you can admire the view over the Salt Lake Valley to the north (GPS N 40 29.197' W 111 49.294').
Hog Hollow riding notes, from Burgess Park:
0.0   Parking in Burgess Park
        Head back (south) to Canyon Crest
0.1   R on Canyon Crest
0.4   L on Long Drive
0.6   R on Ranch Drive
0.9   Cross Westfield Road onto DT
        N40 26.924 W111 47.706
1.1   Fork R
        N40 27.017 W111 47.839
1.8   Straight then veer L uphill
        N40 27.616 W111 47.8662.2   Rejoin old HH Road, straight
        N40 27.904 W111 48.241
4.1   R across creek
        N40 28.992 W111 49.300
        Alt = L to Suncrest Loop
4.3   Top of mountain
Hog Hollow Trail Map Getting there, church "trailhead": Drive into Alpine from the south. At the stop sign at 200 North, turn left (west) and drive 1/2 mile. Turn right up the hill. When you see the big church, look for "Hog Hollow Road" on your left just before the church. That's where you'll be going. Park near the church, then head downhill and right onto Hog Hollow Road and ride 1/2 mile to the end of the pavement. Climb the dirt, and veer slightly right onto a DT heading northwest. Once on the Hog Hollow Road, ignore smaller diverging roads, unless you want to play on them.
Burgess Park (Alpine):  Head to main street in Alpine. At the traffic circle, turn left on Canyon Crest Road. When you see the park on your right, turn and find a parking spot. On your bike, head back to Canyon Crest, turn left on Long Drive, then right onto the paved bike lane in front of the homes on Ranch Drive. At the top of Ranch Drive where it ends on Westfield Road, the trail is just across the street.
Corner Canyon: The Corner Canyon end is found by taking Draper Blvd (123rd South) to 13th East, turning right down the hill, then left at the blinking light onto Pioneer Road. Go towards the mountains to 20th East, then turn right. When the road turns to dirt, find the gate about 100 yards uphill (GPS N 40 31.281' W 111 50.081').
Copyright 2002 Mad Scientist Software Inc. Trail conditions change. Use this trail guide at your own risk.