Submitted by members of the Back Country Horsemen of Utah
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OTHER TRAIL SEARCH SITES
Disclaimer: The following trail
descriptions were kindly submitted by individual horsemen throughout
Little Cottonwood to Willow Creek | Elk Valley
Old Ephraim's Grave - Mountain Ridge Newsletter Sept. 2011 page. 3-5 | Franklin Basin
Gibson Basin - Egan Basin
Hardware Ranch | Left Hand Fork oftheBlacksmith River | Millville Face | Right Hand Fork of the Logan River South Sink | Swan Flats | Temple Fork
High Uintah- Kamas
Mountain Ridge - Riverton
Battle Creek Blackhawk Trail System | Corner Canyon -p. 4 | Corner Canyon II p. 1-3 |
Upper Dibble and Dibble Fork | Dimple Dell |
Five Mile Pass -pg. 2-3,8 | Hemangog - pg. 4| Park City Rail Trail - pg. 8 | Park City Rail Trail - pg. 6
Tibble Fork | Yellow Fork
Line & Hobbles - Pleasant Grove
Great Western Trail | Diamond/Hobble Creek Trails Part 1 | Diamond/Hobble Creek Trails Part 2 | Diamond/Hobble Creek Trails Part 3 | Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
Southwest - St. George
Red Cliff Desert Reserve | Bracken's Loop | Cottonwood | Kolob Arch
Snow Canyon | Red Mountain | Chuck Walla
Harmony Horse Haven Overnight Stables | Reinmaker Overnight Stables Washington County Overnight Stables
Please Submit New Trails in Word document, pdf file or email to firstname.lastname@example.org Include Trail Name, description, location, chapter name, length, good time of year to ride, shoes or not, level of difficulty, any difficult places and a picture if you can.
Remember always to use your best judgment. Always take a moment to consider the suitability the weather, trail conditions, your horsemanship skills, the skill of those in your party, and perhaps most important...the physical and mental condition of your horses before each trip.
Safe Trails !!!