Shram Creek Details
After the initial climb from the parking area, this trail climbs gently the entire way. The lower portion of the trail passes through mixed aspen and conifer forest. The trail then enters a large open meadow that has one large fir tree next to the trail. The upper portion of the trail again winds through mixed aspen and conifer forest until it ends at the junction with Rock Springs Trail, No. 101. Many riders like to shuttle this and skip the climbing.
Access 1: Take the Nebo Loop Road from Payson to Pete Winward Road, No. 312. The turnoff for this road is just before a cattle guard. There is a large flat graveled parking area on the right side of the road. Follow the dirt road until you come to another, smaller graveled parking area which has a pole fencing around it. There is currently no sign for this trail as it was destroyed by vandalism. The tail is accessed by following the abandoned road directly above the parking area to the top of the hill. At the top of the hill the trail runs north-south. Turn right.
Access 2: Take the Nebo Loop Road to the junction with the Santaquin Canyon Road. There is a small turnout next to the Holman Experimental Enclosure (a small fenced area). Park at this turnout and take the Holman Canyon Spur Trail to the north until it ends at Rock Springs Trail, No. 101 Turn right here and go approximately 1/8 mile to the Shram Creek-Rock Srping Trail junction. The junction is next to a small stream and is signed.
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More Stats for Shram Creek mountain bike trail
Altitude change1,057 ft
Altitude min6,869 ft
Altitude max7,926 ft
Altitude start6,869 ft
Altitude end7,926 ft
Distance climb2 miles
Distance down444 ft
Distance flat173 ft
Avg reverse time00:21:50
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Shram Creek Trail Reports
Aug 28, 2017 @ 5:35amAug 28, 2017
|Dry and no downed trees!|
Jul 17, 2017 @ 1:23pmJul 17, 2017
|Be careful toward the bottom third of the trail (after you hit the dry riverbed). Equestrians have intentionally downed trees all over the place...|
Jul 4, 2017 @ 11:12pmJul 4, 2017
May 30, 2017 @ 10:03amMay 30, 2017
|There are some soggy, wet, muddy areas that are made even worse from horses etc. I would wait a couple weeks from the date of this posting to ride it.|