Packard Canyon Lower Trail

Total Miles
0.3

Elevation

1,925.33 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Packard Canyon Lower Trail presents a short, easily accessible dirt biking route nestled in the scenic Wasatch Mountains. The trail is ideal for riders of all levels, offering a thrilling escape into the wilderness. Passing through a rustic cattle gate at the trailhead adds to the charm. The path navigates through forests and meadows, providing a relatively easy ride suitable for families and beginners, with no major challenges. Bikers can enjoy scenic views of the towering Wasatch peaks and vibrant flora along the trail. The trail's accessible and exciting nature makes it a perfect choice for a quick dirt biking adventure in the heart of the mountains.

Difficulty

The most difficult part of this trail is the cattle crossing gate, which is just under a foot tall. The remaining trail is flat and well-groomed.

Technical Rating

2

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Access Description

Drive up Hobble Creek Canyon and take the right fork. The trailhead is shortly after the road turns to dirt. There is a parking lot at the trailhead that is big enough for small trailers. The space is large enough for loading and unloading.

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