10.9 miles
1,121 ft
-1,313 ft
5,241 ft
High Point

This route includes a couple short unofficial alternative routes that are less up and down and better for through-travel.

The longest unbroken stretch of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Utah Valley, this is a good day hike, a couple hours ride, or a half-marathon run. And great views the whole way.

Detailed Description
BST: Provo to Springville is a 11 mile moderately popular intermediate route located near Provo Utah. This trail running primary route can be used both directions and has a moderate overall physical rating. This route includes 17 trails. This route climbs 1,121 ft with a max elevation of 5,241 ft then descends -1,313 ft.
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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Trail Running
  • Other Activities
    • Mountain Bike
    • Hike
    • Snowshoe
  • AKA
    Bonneville Shoreline Trail
  • Difficulty rating
  • Route Type
    Point to Point
  • Direction
    Both Directions
  • Physical rating
More Stats for BST: Provo to Springville mountain bike route
  • Avg time
    5 hr 39 min
  • Altitude change
    -192 ft
  • Altitude min
    4,763 ft
  • Altitude start
    5,109 ft
  • Altitude end
    4,918 ft
  • Grade
  • Grade max
  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    5 miles
  • Distance down
    5 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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Recent Trail Reports Along Route

Slate Canyon
Dec 30, 2023 @ 8:14am
Dec 30, 2023
There is snow the higher up you go. At the transition point from dry to snow, it is going through a freeze thaw cycle, so it is muddy if you don’t ride when it is below freezing.
Bonneville Shoreline: Y Mountain to Rock Canyon
Nov 28, 2023 @ 7:54am
Nov 28, 2023
Trail is firm and for the most part dry. Just a couple of slightly muddy areas.
Rock Canyon Trail
Jul 15, 2023 @ 1:12am
Jul 15, 2023
Bonneville Shoreline Trail: Slate Canyon to Y Mountain
Jun 5, 2023 @ 7:26pm
Jun 5, 2023
Spring runoff moving fast right at the mouth of the canyon. If headed southbound, turn left and go up Slate Canyon for ~200 feet for water that is slower moving and possible to bike through slowly without getting soaked.
Bonneville Shoreline Trail: Springville Alternate
Mar 16, 2023 @ 2:35am
Mar 16, 2023
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