“A newer trail in Corner Canyon, popular as an uphill climb for bikers and runners.”
— Ryan Delany
Fall Colors · Views · Wildlife
Corner Canyon trails are closed periodically after heavy rainfall to protect the trails from damage. Closures are generally posted on cornercanyontrails.com
. Please observe all trail closures, for everyone's sake.
The trails in Corner Canyon are well maintained and heavily utilized so you'll encounter mountain bikers, runners, and hikers. Please be careful.
Ann's Trail is a relatively new trail (named in honor of a former Draper City employee who helped build, manage, and maintain Corner Canyon). Technically speaking, this trail continues under Traverse Ridge Road and further south to the Draper Glider Park, but most people never go through the tunnel and instead continue on to Potato Hill Trail
and down to the Coyote Hollow trailhead.
Flora & Fauna
Corner Canyon is generally tree-covered and home to many deer and other types of animals, including snakes in the warm summer months.