Place store identification
|White Rock Trail -
Loop via Perry Canyon
The White Rock trail climbs the hillside above Perry and Willard (just south of Brigham City). It's for advanced climbers or strong intermediates. The White Rock trail can be an alternate climbing or descending route on the way to Grizzly Peak. This is a monster climb of 4200 vertical feet -- from 4500 base to 8700 at the top -- and will be 10 miles one way. A loop up White Rock and down Perry is 2200 vertical feet and 9.7 miles.
|Riding notes, counterclockwise loop:
0.0 East on ST from catch basin N41 27.346 W112 01.940
0.4 R uphill, immediate L and cross DT N41 27.394 W112 01.549
1.4 Fork R onto White Rock trail N41 27.031 W112 00.973
1.7 Cross DT N41 27.137 W112 01.212
2.9 Veer left (east) into valley
6.0 Horse trail N41 26.483 W112 00.432. Keep straight and northbound.
Find Grizzly Peak trail N41 26.501 W112 00.465
Fork L northeast, begin descent
8.3 Original trail fork, hard R N41 27.031 W112 00.973
9.7 Back at parking
|Getting there: From I-15, take exit 357
(Perry-Willard) and turn right toward the mountains. Drive 0.6 miles and
turn left (north) on US-89. 2.2 miles later, turn right on 3000 South.
Drive 0.2 miles and turn right through the big chain-link gate to a small
gravel parking area on the edge of a catch basin. (Don't go straight into
Geneva Rock!) The trailhead is on the left (east) side of the small
parking area, at the bear statue. N41 27.346 W112 01.940
From Brigham City: At the intersection of 1100 South (heading east from the freeway exit) and US-89, turn right (south) and drive 2.3 miles, turning left on 3000 South.
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