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Take the Bangerter go out 289 close to the purpose of the Mountain. Head east off the go out and switch left zero. five mile later on the moment gentle onto 13800 South. stick to 13800 South for 1. 7 miles to 1300 East. flip correct and pass below the South Mountain Bridge. Take a correct at the different part of the bridge and visit Rambling Road/1220 East. flip left onto Rambling Road/1220 East and stick to the indicators to the LDS Draper temple. should you get to Pinon Hill Lane, flip left after which take your first correct then your first left down grey Fox force. Coyote hole courtroom is your first correct after that. The trailhead sits on the backside of the circle. There are not any restrooms. GPS: N40 29. 606' / W111 50. 344' The Hike Clark’s path bargains panoramic perspectives as you walk via a shaded woodland dotted with wildflowers in spring and colourful leaves in fall. This well known path obviously attracts hikers and bikers. As you allow the Coyote hole trailhead, quick flip off to the best onto Clark’s path, marked with just a skinny plastic path marker. Clark’s path is a leisurely climb to top View trailhead on the best of the park. At zero. 2 mile the path involves its first intersection—the Bonneville coastline path. Head to the left, over the bridge. From right here the timber half and open to perspectives of the encompassing neighborhoods and towns, together with a tremendous view of the castlelike LDS Draper temple. the path quietly winds its approach up the mountain until eventually at 1. 7 miles you succeed in height View trailhead. The trailhead contains a large gravel collecting zone, a kiosk with a map, and trails that head out from either side. pass to the northeast facet and go out in the course of the wood fence. A wood sign up the fence says Canyon Hollow/Brocks path. From the following the path descends again into the canyon. View around the Wasatch from Clark’s path Brocks path meets up with Canyon hole path at 2. 1 miles. Take the hairpin flip and stick with the path to the left. Brocks path keeps to the appropriate on its technique to top nook Canyon street. At three. zero miles the path to Ghost Falls intersects at the correct. it really is an additional zero. 2 mile to the falls. proceed down Canyon hole. This part of the path is named the South Loop. At three. three miles the push path enters from the left. the frenzy path is a downhill cycling path. look ahead to bikers who should be rushing down this steep part because it enters Canyon hole. a bit farther downcanyon the path splits; remain to the left. the path often called the North Loop ties into the Canyon hole path, coming over a bridge at three. 6 miles. simply proceed downcanyon. At four. zero miles the path comes out of the timber and transitions right into a gravel provider street. keep on with this highway to a T junction with the Bonneville coastline path at four. three miles. flip left and persist with the gravel highway southwest again towards Coyote hole. the path transitions again into shaded singletrack because it passes many offshoot footpaths. continue heading southwest at the major direction because it winds again to Coyote hole, passing the turnoff path to the silica pit quite a few hundred ft sooner than you arrive again on the trailhead at four.