Glenwild Area

Type: Singletrack, loops, out and back
Rating: Intermediate to Advanced

Glenwild boasts over 25 miles of backcountry trails north of Kimball Junction that connect users to endless singletrack traveling in all directions. All trail users should experience Flying Dog Trail at least once in their lifetime. Steady climbs and fast-flowing descents will keep bikers on their toes and leave most begging for more! Drop down one of the trails in Bob’s Basin, such as The Drop Out or Ant Farm, on your way to or from Flying Dog to enjoy trails with a “free-ride flair” including bermed turns, jumps, and rollers.

Parking: Please use the Glenwild/Spring Creek Trailhead, the Bad Apple Trailhead behind Burt Brothers on Rasmussen Road or the East Canyon Creek Trailhead behind Jeremy Ranch Elementary School. Trail users can also park at the East Canyon Road parking area and access Flying Dog Trail off of the far north end of the 24-7 Connector Trail.
Notes: Dogs should be cleaned up after, leashed and IN CONTROL at all times. This is a very sensitive area for nesting wildlife along East Canyon Creek. 
PLEASE RESPECT PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNERS! All trails in this area, with the exception of trails in Bob's Basin, are on private property. Please stay on designated public trails, clean up after yourself and keep dogs in control. The future of these trails and new trails depend on your cooperation!


School Yard Pump Track | The Ant Farm Loop | The Drop Out Loop | Crazy Eights



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