3.3 miles
541 ft
-544 ft
5,144 ft
High Point

This shorter loop is intended to give new riders an introduction to the Corner Canyon trail system. It starts at the Equestrian Center parking lot, goes through the tunnel under the road, and climbs up to a singletrack sampler.

Corner Canyon road is wide, so stay right as you climb and as you descend as you'll see other riders, pedestrians, and horses here. There are plenty of signs to help guide you.

Gas Line and Bonneville Shoreline Trail will help you get a feel for singletrack, as will the lower Limelight/Rush skills trails.

Uphill riders, pedestrians, and horses have the right of way. Bikes always yield to horses and pedestrians.

Detailed Description
An Introduction to Corner Canyon is a 3 mile popular easy route located near Draper Utah. This mountain bike primary route can be used both directions and has a easy overall physical rating. This route includes 5 trails. This route climbs 541 ft with a max elevation of 5,144 ft then descends -544 ft.
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