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Clark’s & Ann’s Trail Loop: Salt Lake County
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Hikers have lunch at Ann’s Point, which overlooks the Draper Temple and Salt Lake Valley.
Steve Baker/Davis Clipper
Hikers have lunch at Ann’s Point, which overlooks the Draper Temple and Salt Lake Valley. Steve Baker/Davis Clipper
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By Steve Baker
 

Clipper Staff Writer 

If you’re new to hiking this would be a great choice to try out your hiking legs. The trail is gentle with not a lot of elevation gain. There are mountain bikes sharing the trail, so keep a watchful eye out for them. From the trailhead the trail splits quickly as you enter the scrub oaks. Go right for Clark’s Trail. At one quarter mile the trail splits again, stay on Clark’s Trail. The trail gently heads up the south hillside of Corner Canyon and you arrive at the junction for Ann’s Trail at 1.50 miles. It’s worth taking a side trip over to Peak View for the view. Head back to Ann’s Trail and continue on the loop. At 3.9 miles you arrive at Ann’s Point. Great place to stop for lunch. After your break, you arrive at Traverse Ridge Road and the junction for Potato Hill at 4.4 miles. Take Potato Hill down and stay to the right at the first split you see. Your now on the (B.S.T.) Bonneville Shoreline Trail just above the homes. The trail snakes back to the beginning of your hike. Enjoy! 



Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

Elevation gain: 732 ft.

Round-trip miles: 5.5

Hiking time: 3 to 4 hours

Dogs allowed: Yes on leash

Trailhead restrooms: No

Trailhead directions: 

On I-15 exit on Bangerter Highway and head south on Bangerter Parkway. Turn left on Highland Drive and turn right on Rambling Road. At the roundabout take Mike Weir Drive, left on Pinon Hills Lane, right on Canyon Vista Lane, left on Gray Fox Drive and right on Coyote Hollow Ct. for the trailhead.

Hike questions: sbaker@davisclipper.com

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