Dry Creektrail

Lone Peak Wilderness Area, Utah

Distance1.8mi
Elevation Gain1,401ft
Trailhead Elevation8,328ft
Top9,634ft
Elevation Min/Max8328/9634ft
Elevation Start/End8328/8328ft

Dry Creektrail

Dry Creektrail is a hiking trail in Utah County, Utah. It is within Lone Peak Wilderness Area. It is 1.8 miles long and begins at 8,328 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.7 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,401 feet. Along the trail there is a spring. This trail connects with the following: Box Elder Trail and Deer Creek/Dry Creek.

Dry Creektrail Reviews

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8/18/2008
This is a very pretty hike that feels extremely remote while being amazingly close to civilization. The directions here make a terrific approach for a summit bid on Box Elder. Once you reach the saddle, you make a right at the three-way intersection and climb the ridgeline to the summit. Great Hike!
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6/27/2002
This is a beautiful trail with easy access from the city. It does get quite hot in the summer - there is only a little shade at the beginning of the trail. Beautiful views overlooking the city once you gain some elevation - and it interconnects to a number of other trails. It is a busy trail, and you'll see a lot of other hikers and bikers, especially on the weekends.
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Trail Information

Lone Peak Wilderness Area
Nearby City
Lone Peak Wilderness Area
Parks
Uinta National Forest, Pleasant Grove Ranger District
Local Contacts
USGS Timpanogos Cave, Dromedary Peak; Trails Illustrated Uinta National Forest
Local Maps

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Dec 2018