Clark’s Trail/Canyon Hollow Trail Loop

Alpine, Utah

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Clark’s Trail is a beautiful hike up the mountain to the Peak View trailhead. Shaded trails occasionally open up to full, rich views of the surrounding Draper neighborhoods and expand to the Wasatch Front, Kennecott Copper across the valley, and down into Corner Canyon. A great combination of a beautiful shaded trail with panoramic views, you’ll love this trail any time of day. It is the longest and prettiest loop in the park. As Clark’s Trail tops out at Peak View trailhead, it cuts across to Brock’s Point Trail and then hooks into Canyon Hollow Trail farther downcanyon for a nice loop around the Corner Canyon area. Just steps from a Draper neighborhood, the trail is easy to access.

Clark’s Trail/Canyon Hollow Trail Loop Professional Review and Guide

"Clark’s Trail is a beautiful hike up the mountain to the Peak View trailhead. Shaded trails occasionally open up to full, rich views of the surrounding Draper neighborhoods and expand to the Wasatch Front, Kennecott Copper across the valley, and down into Corner Canyon. A great combination of a beautiful shaded trail with panoramic views, you’ll love this trail any time of day. It is the longest and prettiest loop in the park. As Clark’s Trail tops out at Peak View trailhead, it cuts across to Brock’s Point Trail and then hooks into Canyon Hollow Trail farther downcanyon for a nice loop around the Corner Canyon area. Just steps from a Draper neighborhood, the trail is easy to access."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Alpine
Distance: 4.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: Trail maps available at the trailhead and online at www.DraperTrails.com
Driving Directions: Directions to Clark’s Trail/Canyon Hollow Trail Loop

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May 2018