Tenmile Creek Trail

Total Miles
4.7

Elevation

2,495.78 ft

Duration

1 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

The Tenmile Creek Trail intersects at the top with the Tenmile Hiking Trail and Tenmile Creek. This is a dead-end track for vehicles. The hiking trail is open to hikers, horseback riders, and bikes. The trail is a good "road" which climbs to just over 8000 feet. Near the start of the trail, you cross the North Fork City Creek. Towards the end of the trail, you drop into the "dark timber" and ride along Tenmile Creek, and in late June, there were places Tenmile Creek made the trail a bit muddy. There is a turn-around point at the trail's end. This area is used for cattle grazing in the summertime, but there are no gates to open. Boundaries are controlled by cattle guards. Don't forget, to off-road in UT you need to have the online education course certificate as well as the OHV sticker.

Photos of Tenmile Creek Trail

Tenmile Creek Trail
Tenmile Creek Trail
Tenmile Creek Trail

Difficulty

This trail is an easy ride. The day we rode it, it was raining, and even then it wasn't very muddy.

Technical Rating

2

Status Reports

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Access Description

From Marysvale, take the Old Hwy 89 road, which is paved, west of Hwy 89 just south of Lizzie & Charlie's RV Park. It runs south to South Thompsonville Road. Go left on South Thompsonville and follow it to the Marysvale to Piute Reservoir Dam Trail, which is also Old Hwy 89. Go south on Old Hwy 89 (Piute Reservoir Dam Trail) until you reach Fallen Tree Gulch. Use Fallen Tree Gulch to access the Powerline Trail. Follow the Powerline Trail to Hwy 153. Turn right on the paved highway, and follow it to this track. Hwy 153 turns into the dirt right where this track begins. From Junction, Utah, go west on Hwy 153 to this trail.

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