Toll Road to Steve’s Pass

Total Miles
6.3

Elevation

2156.17 ft

Duration

Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

spring, summer, fall

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Trail Overview

The Southern trail head is approximately 5 miles East of Salina, UT. Access is off the I-70 frontage road where access can be made via to small tunnels under the freeway. It is not a difficult trail, although there are some steep inclines of shale and clay. The trail can be slick in inclement weather. The terrain is diverse with covering cedar trees and thick pine groves. Lower elevations are red and white clay covered with shale. There are several grassy and sage brush covered flats. Several species of wildlife can be found here. Mule Deer, elk, coyote, rabbits. The North end of the trail ends at Willow Creek road. There are a couple of trails along the way which connect to Cedar Mountain or the Post Road.

Difficulty

Easy

Technical Rating

3

Access Description

Southern access can be made along the I-70 frontage road approximately 1 mile West of the Gooseberry offramp. The trail passes North via tunnels under the freeway. The North end of the trail is accessed off of the Will Creek Road 13 miles East of Salina.