Davis / Antelope Island Hiking & Biking Trails

Hiking in Little Cottonwood Canyon There are plenty of bike trail options in the Salt Lake area, from gentle slopes in the nearby foothills to intense quad-busting ridges with spectacular vistas. Below we list some of the more popular trails.

Bonneville Shoreline Trail More Difficult
This single track trail follows the Bonneville shoreline from northern utah through Salt Lake City. These are the main trailheads through the Davis co...(more)

Buffalo Point Trail More Difficult
Located in Antelope Island State Park. It's a challenging trail with panoramic views of the west side of the island and Western part of the lake...(more)

D&RGW (Denver & Rio Grand Western Trail) More Difficult
An old train track that is now paved. It connects the Salt Lake Jordan River Trail to northern Davis County. (more)

Lake Shore Trail Easy
This is a 2 mile trail ideal for families with children. Start at White Rock Bay campground. (more)

Legacy Parkway Trail Easy
A level paved bike, hike, and horse trail that follows the Legacy Highway. South End: connects with Salt Lake Couny's Jordan River Parkway- f...(more)

Mueller Park More Difficult
Enter Mueller Park, there is an entrance fee, (more)

North Canyon Trail More Difficult
At Canyon Creek Drive in Bountiful. Trailhead is 1 mile up the dirt road. Trail connects to Grandview Peak, Burro Mine and Cottonwood Gulch. Great ove...(more)

Easy Easy More Difficult More Difficult

Adams Canyon Trail Moderate
The trail follows the North Fork of Holms creek through scrub oak and white pine. There is a 40 foot waterfall at the end of the trail (more)

Mueller Park Moderate
Go to Mueller Park entrance. There is a fee to enter. Trail junctions are at Grandview and Rudy's Flat Trail. (more)

Easy Easy Moderate Moderate

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