Grandview Trail #33066

  

Thunder Mountain Trailhead

The Grandview Trail #33066 is 78 miles long, the longest trail on the Powell Ranger District. This trail offers opportunities for day hikes, backpacking trips, equestrian use and mountain biking.

There are several Trailheads along this trail: Crawford, Robinson, Straight Canyon, Bluefly-Proctor, Pole Canyon, Swapp Canyon, Big Hollow, Mill Creek and Sheep Creek.

Sheep Creek Trailhead Robinson Canyon Trailhead Grand View Trail Grand View Trailhead Grand View Trailhead

At a Glance

Usage: Light-Medium
Closest Towns: Hatch, UT; Alton, UT; Cannonville, UT
Water: Available in most major drainages. Water must be treated.
Restroom: Vault toilet available at Thunder Mountain, Crawford Pass, Lower Podunk and Sheep Creek Trailheads.
Information Center: Red Canyon Visitor Center: 435-676-2676

General Information

General Notes:
  • Trail is open to: hiking, horse riding, and mountain biking

Directions:

Primary access is from the Thunder Mountain Trailhead located 3 miles east on SR 12 from the junction of US 89.  Another access point is from the Sheep Creek Trailhead.  Travel on the Sheep Creek Flat Road (2 miles south of Cannonville), for 7 miles where you will reach the Sheep Creek Trailhead.


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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
78 miles one-way

  Latitude : 
37.733469

  Longitude : 
-112.316873

  Elevation : 
6,800 feet - 9,200 feet range

 

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