Argyle Canyon Trail

Price, Utah

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According to the sign along US 191, the beginning of Argyle Canyon Trail is called Timber Lane. The maintained gravel road is used by logging trucks and is kept graded. The trail starts out through private forest land composed mainly of fir and aspen. Under normal circumstances, the road is not difficult; however, its claybased surface can become slippery when wet. Special Attractions: Links Nine Mile Canyon Trail with Reservation Ridge Trail. This trail is graded dirt but suitable for a normal passenger vehicle. It usually has gentle grades, is fairly wide, and has very shallow water crossings (if any).
Backcountry Adventures: Utah

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Backcountry Adventures: Utah

by Peter Massey & Jeanne Wilson (Adler Publishing )

According to the sign along US 191, the beginning of Argyle Canyon Trail is called Timber Lane. The maintained gravel road is used by logging trucks and is kept graded.

The trail starts out through private forest land composed mainly of fir and aspen. Under normal circumstances, the road is not difficult; however, its claybased surface can become slippery when wet. Special Attractions: Links Nine Mile Canyon Trail with Reservation Ridge Trail. This trail is graded dirt but suitable for a normal passenger vehicle. It usually has gentle grades, is fairly wide, and has very shallow water crossings (if any).

© 2006 Peter Massey & Jeanne Wilson/Adler Publishing . All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Price
Distance: 23.9
Trail Type: Shuttle
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 45 minutes
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 6,400 feet
Top Elevation: 9,100 feet
Local Maps: USGS Jones Hollow, Lance Canyon, Minnie Maud Creek East, Wood Canyon, Price
Driving Directions: Directions to Argyle Canyon Trail

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