Middle Mountain Ridge

Total Miles


2748.88 ft



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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The area is made up of several smaller trails which traverse the scenic beauty of the Manti-LaSal National Forest. Middle Mountain Ridge runs East-West and provide access to a lower Cedar Ridge overlooking 12 mile fork. As the trail continues to the West, it becomes overgrown and eventually turns into a walking and horse trail. Pine, Aspen and Cedar Tree's cover the area along with many wild flowers, brush and grasses.Wildlife can be viewed anywhere along this trail, especially during early mornings or later in the evening. Elk, deer, Black Bear, wild turkey and several other species inhabit the area.


Very rocky, rutted and off-camber trail with erosion, loose rocks, washes, exposed tree roots and obstacles up to 1 foot tall, including ledges and short, steep grades. Potential for minimal water crossings.

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