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Wardsworth Creek Trail
|There are no branching trails (until you
reach the stock pond at the top), so navigation is easy. The lower portion
is very smooth, but the trail gets steeper and a bit rougher in the second
At the top, the Dry Creek Canyon Cutoff Trail forks off at the stock pond. This is where most bikers make the turn-around, doing the trail as an out-and-back. If you want, you can continue 4 miles further on the main trail to Halls Fork Road. Or, you can fork left and curve around to descend the canyon just downhill from Wardsworth, completing a loop.
|Riding notes, Wardsworth to Dry Fork Loop
0.0 Through gate and up ST
N 40° 11.735' W 111° 23.505' Alt=6050'
1.5 Keep L, ignore smaller ST on R
3.0 At pond, fork L on narrow ST
N 40° 13.498' W 111° 22.744' Alt=7175'
3.5 L on DT at ridgetop (Dry Fork Cutoff)
Go 100 feet, then R on ST
N 40° 13.701' W 111° 23.004' Alt=7350'
|6.8 Join Dry Fork trail
N 40° 12.510' W 111° 23.505' Alt=5875'
7.5 Gate, L on paved road (Dry Fork trailhead)
N 40° 12.050' W 111° 25.079'
9.0 Back at Wardsworth Trailhead
|Getting there: Take the south Springville exit
I-15, turning east on U-77. Go straight through Springville. As you begin to climb the
foothills, you'll come to a 4-way stop. Turn right, following the signs to Hobble Creek.
Just past the golf course, the road forks. Keep right and drive 7.1 miles up the Right
Fork. The trail begins on your left just before the bridge where the paved road turns to
gravel. GPS N 40° 11.735' W 111° 23.505'.
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