Rock Canyon Trail #060a

  

Rocl Canyon Trail #060a

Rock Canyon offers wonderful views of the jagged peaks and rugged canyon.  The trail climbs steadily over 3.4 miles, crossing a stream several times.  Rock Canyon can provide a great half day hike or ride, and also offers dozens of sport climbing and trad climbing opportunities.  The trail continues up to the Squaw Peak road, and then connects to the Rock Canyon-Dry Fork section of the trail.

 

At a Glance

Best Season: spring, summer, fall, winter (for snowshoeing)

General Information

Directions:

Access:  
From I-15 exit #265, head east on West Center Street. Turn right onto N Temple View Dr.  Turn right onto 2300 N, and turn left into the Rock Canyon parking area.

 

GPS Coordinates:
Beginning of trail:  N 40° 15’51.88   W 111° 37' 44.96"
End of Trail (junction with Dry Fork #060b): N 40° 16’9.06   W 111° 34' 45.11"
 
GPS COORDINATES TAKEN FROM REFERENCE MATERIAL AND ARE NOT GUARANTEED ACCURATE


General Notes:

Mid-Elevation Forested Environment

Trail Open To:  Hike, Horse, and Mountain Bike

Connecting Trails:  Dry Fork #60b

Trail Grade:  Trail grades range from 10 to 25 percent

Trail Considerations:  Trail users should be aware of the high level of use that this trail receives, and should expect to see each type of user group on any given day. 

 For information about trail considerations, please go to http://www.treadlightly.org/.


Activities


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Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
3.4 miles

  Elevation : 
5,200 ft - 6,950 ft

 



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