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  • Ogden, Utah

    Looking for the best mountain biking in Ogden? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Ogden. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Mountain Biking Spots in and near Ogden

    • Ogden, Utah

      Waterfall Canyon Trail via Ogden Park

      3.0
      3.3 mi / 1699 ft gain
      Waterfall Canyon Trail via Ogden Park is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Ogden, Utah.
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    • Ogden, Utah

      Hike the Wheeler Creek and Icebox Canyon Loop

      4 mi / 400 ft gain
      To get to the trailhead from Ogden drive up Ogden Canyon toward Pine View Reservoir. Right when the canyon begins to open up and you can see the actual dam there is a turn off on the south side of the road that leads down a dirt road to a very small parking area and the trailhead. If the parking ...
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    • Syracuse, Utah

      Buffalo Point Trail

      5.0
      0.95 mi / 253 ft gain
      Buffalo Point Trail is a heavily trafficked out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Syracuse, Utah.
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    • Bountiful, Utah

      Trail Run to Elephant Rock

      4.4
      7 mi / 1025 ft gain
      Mueller Park is a beautiful, quaint canyon, with some sweeping up canyon views throughout the ascent. The trail is a fun, family friendly single track from the bridge all the way to the rock. You will pass a bald strip (pipeline) that runs North to South which marks about halfway to the rock. At ...
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    • Bountiful, Utah

      Mountain Bike to Elephant Rock

      5.0
      Mueller Park is a beautiful, quaint canyon, with some sweeping up canyon views throughout the ascent. The trail is a fun, flowy, well maintained single track from the bridge all the way to the rock. You will pass a bald strip (pipeline) that runs North to South which marks about halfway to the ro...
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    • Salt Lake City, Utah

      Explore Big Mountain Pass

      5.0
      1 mi
      Famous for being the route of the Mormon Pioneers who crossed this pass on their way into the Salt Lake Valley, Big Mountain Pass is also a beautiful area to take in the fall colors. You can access this road (Utah State Route 65) from Emmigration Canyon or Parley's Canyon, the same way you would ...
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    • Salt Lake City, Utah

      Parley's Historic Nature Park Trail Loop

      3.0
      2 mi / 135 ft gain
      Parley's Historic Nature Park Trail Loop, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a well-known hiking trail. This 2-mile loop trail is rated as moderate, making it suitable for hikers with some experience. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round....
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    • Summit County, Utah

      Mountain Bike the Genwild/Jeremy Ranch Trails

      6 mi / 700 ft gain
      There are several places to access the trail system and several good places to park on both the Jeremy Ranch side and the Glenwild side. One of my favorite options is to park at the end of Jeremy Road and then take the 24-7 trail into the action. This is also a good way to access the Flying Dog t...
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    • Salt Lake City, Utah

      Mountain Bike Dog Lake, Millcreek Canyon

      4.4 mi / 1260 ft gain
      If it’s an even day and you’re in Salt Lake and you’re in possession of a mountain bike, put down your phone and spend the next 2 hours in pure bliss. Mountain bikers are only allowed to use the trails of upper Millcreek Canyon on even days, which makes for a busy route, but well worth it. This i...
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    • Park City, Utah

      Ride the RTS Trail

      2.6 mi / 366 ft gain
      The RTS trail at Utah's Olympic Park (ski jumping, bobsled, skeleton, and luge), is a fantastic beginner-to-intermediate trail. Since it's a short loop at only 2.6 miles and 366 feet of elevation gain, it's perfect for kids and beginners. Most of the sections are smooth dirt that winds through as...
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    • Park City, Utah

      Hike, Run, Bike Rob's Trail in Park City

      4.0
      2.8 mi / 705 ft gain
      Rob's Trail is a perennial favorite among Park City locals for year-round hiking, trail running, or mountain biking. The trail is primarily an out-and-back, but it if you go a bit further it can be combined with other trails to create a loop. The trail meanders through aspen and pine trees on the...
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    • Salt Lake City, Utah

      Hike the Mineral Fork Trail

      4.0
      9.3 mi / 3500 ft gain
      The trailhead begins along Big Cottonwood Canyon Road, with a relatively small parking lot at the trailhead. Starting early in the day is advised, as on nice summer days it will fill up quickly. The trail has a steady ascent for the first 2 miles starting around 6700' through aspen forests and cr...
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    • Park City, Utah

      Run the Historic Park City Union Pacific Rail Trail

      28 mi / 800 ft gain
      The Park City Rail Trail is a fantastic trail for walks, running, and biking in the spring, summer, and fall. During the winter it's groomed so you can Nordic ski, fat bike, run or walk.  Park City's historic Union Pacific Rail Trail has been paved from Bonanza Drive in Park City all the way out ...
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    • Park City, Utah

      Park City Mountain Ski Resort Trail

      18.24 mi / 3468 ft gain
      Park City Mountain Ski Resort Trail is a loop trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Park City, Utah.
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    • Sandy, Utah

      Dimple Dell Trail West

      3.88 mi / 236 ft gain
      Dimple Dell Trail West is an out-and-back trail where you may see beautiful wildflowers located near Sandy, Utah.
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    • Alta, Utah

      Mountain Bike Catherine's Pass

      4.5 mi / 1200 ft gain
      This ride isn't for the faint of heart. It's seriously tough. It's one of the most scenic and rewarding rides you'll ever do, though. The climbing is steep and the descents are rocky.Try to ride it early in the morning. Hikers frequent these trails. An early morning rip is the best way to keep fr...
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