Strawberry Narrows Trail

  
USGS QUAD(S): Strawberry Reservoir SE and Strawberry Reservoir SW; GPS Positioning: At trailhead - N. 40.124444 W. 111.152916; at trail terminus - N. 40.130805 W. 111.038805 Starting near Aspen Grove Marina, the Strawberry Narrows Trail winds along the southern shoreline of Strawberry Reservoir. This is a very popular trail for hikers, backpackers and mountain bikes. The rolling trail starts in sage brush and quickly ascends to aspen and pine. Wildflowers, such as lupine, wild geraniums and groundsel can be seen along the trail in addition to wild raspberry bushes. In the middle of the trail are many quiet spots, ideal for non-fee camping, fishing and swimming. The western end of the trail returns to open sage meadows. After crossing two bridges over small creeks, a trailhead sign points to a buck and pole fence at forest road 079. However, the trail will also continue another 1/4 mile to Renegade Point. The Strawberry Narrows Trail is very popular for its unique access to secluded areas of Strawberry Reservoir.

At a Glance

Usage: Heavy

General Information

Directions: Travel highway 40 east from Heber and turn off at the Soldier Creek Dam (one road south of the Soldier Creek Campground) at the southern most end of the reservoir. Just past the Aspen Grove Marina, road 90 will turn sharply west. Look for a dirt road that goes to the north and take this narrow route for about 1/4 mile to the trailhead.

Activities


Bicycling

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Mountain Biking

Although the trail is over 11 miles, lack of significant elevation change makes it fairly easy. Mile posts along the way will help visitors make appropriate decisions. The trail is very popular with mountain bike riders of all levels.
Difficulty Level: Easy

Hiking

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Horse Riding & Camping

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Areas & Activities

Location

 
  Area/Length : 
11.3 miles

 



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