18.6 miles
3,025 ft
-5,208 ft
2 miles
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Big Mountain Pass to Mueller Park is a 19 mile moderately popular expert route located near Salt Lake City Utah. This hike primary route. This route includes 3 trails. This route climbs 3,025 ft with a max elevation of 9,271 ft then descends -5,208 ft.
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    Black Diamond
More Stats for Big Mountain Pass to Mueller Park mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    5 hr 14 min
  • Altitude change
    -2,183 ft
  • Altitude min
    5,250 ft
  • Altitude start
    7,433 ft
  • Altitude end
    5,249 ft
  • Grade
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    7 miles
  • Distance down
    11 miles
  • Distance flat
    4,656 ft


  1. Walk west on GWT (Big Mountain).
  2. Continue for 4 kilometers.
  3. Bear left onto Ridgeline.
  4. Continue for 2.5 kilometers.
  5. Keep left to take GWT (Sessions Mtns).
  6. Continue for 2 kilometers.
  7. Keep right to stay on GWT (Sessions Mtns).
  8. Continue for 3 kilometers.
  9. Make a sharp left onto Grandview Route.
  10. Continue for 8 kilometers.
  11. Turn right onto Mueller Park.
  12. Continue for 5 kilometers.
  13. Make a sharp left to stay on Mueller Park.
  14. Continue for 5 kilometers.
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Recent Trail Reports Along Route

GWT (Big Mountain)
Sep 11, 2023 @ 3:30pm
Sep 11, 2023
Insanely overgrown. Bring a machete. Not fun unless you’re into some sadistic David goggins shit
GWT (Sessions Mtns)
Jun 24, 2023 @ 12:06pm
Jun 24, 2023
Brushy, trail hard to find at times, lots of small trees/branches down...which seems to be the norm for this trail. A few tricky snow patches that require some routing around, others can be walked across. I'd call the issues minor for running and significant for MTB (I was running).
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  • By maddy03 Map Team & contributors
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