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Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park

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Highlights:

Short hike acessable year round
Near:Kaysville, UT
Scenery:
Distance:1.16 miles round trip
Elevation Gain:141 ft
Hike Time:1 hours
Difficulty:Easy
Trail Condition:OK, but a few difficult spots
HikeType:Loop



Summary: The Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness park Is a fantastic place to go when you are in the mood for a short hike. At just over a mile it can be easily done in less than an hour and it’s a great place to bring the kids. You will also find some exercise stations where you can enhance your experience with some additional physical exercise. This short loop trail is suitable for hiking or biking and can even done on cross country skis in the winter. This trail head is also an access point for the Great Western Trail and the Bonneville shoreline trail.
Trailhead: From Hwy 89 in Kaysville turn East on 200 North then turn Left (North). Follow the road around as it turns to the east for about a third of a mile you will see a large sign at the parking area Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park (Lat:41.04718 Lon:-111.90428)
Trail Guides for Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park:
Best Seasons: Year-Round
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Ranger Contact: City of Kaysville Utah (801)546-1235
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Matty Ross, who has posted  26 other hikes on this site
Trail Reviews  Submit your own review
Reviewed by Megan on 4/27/2013
I love this trail. It is close to home and even though it's close to civilization, with all the scrub oak, you feel like your away from it all. It's fantastic for the kids who are just starting to hike or even if you need something to do with them. Kaysville Parks and Rec have taken down the exercise stations, but there are places for you to rest and lots of shade to bask in. My nine year old daughter loves it there as well as my Boarder Collie Buddy. It is perfect for mountain bikers, kids of all ages, and the trail runner. If you are looking for a wonderful out of the way place to get your exercise for the day, with out cars wizzing by, this place is perfect!!!! I give this place a nine out of 10 stars!!

Reviewed by BJW on 4/29/2012
We arrived at the trail head of this area and actually left immediately. The trail is right next to a rifle range and I did not feel inclined to take my family on a walk/hike salt and peppered with the sounds of rifle fire.

Reviewed by PRH on 8/8/2010
Two Stars… Ok if you live in the neighborhood a just want a short walk. The trail was probably nice when the city first developed it but now it seems to be a bit rundown. Not much to see except a few rattlesnakes sunning themselves on the trail.

Reviewed by Melissa on 6/26/2010
This trail was a little hard to find, and the scenery was so-so. The trail itself wasn't too bad. It was relatively short and not too hard to hike. It's ok to hike once, just to see what it's like, but I wouldn't be that inclined to do it again.

Reviewed by Kevin on 2/8/2007
nice round trip exercise trail! some stations along the way that were built for different exercises, but not in good shape. good for biking and jogging! there are trails that break off and head towards adams canyon and back towards baer if you go up to the fire break road.


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