“The BST portion between the Draper Glider Park and the Corner Canyon trail system.”
— Ryan Delany
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Similar to the rest of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST), this is a mostly buffed out singletrack trail that is not technically difficult. This section runs parallel to a road that it eventually crosses and does have one short, significant climb.
The northern end of this trail starts at the Coyote Hollow Trailhead behind the temple in Draper. Follow it up into Corner Canyon, and make the first right. Continue on this trail for about 3/4 of a mile where the trail splits. If you continue left, you end up on Potato Hill Trail
so you'll want to veer right.
Stay on this trail for another mile or so where it crosses a road. Eventually, you'll end up at another trail junction where you'll want to veer left and continue through a large tunnel underneath a road. From here, the trail will eventually cross another neighborhood road and intersect with Ann's Trail
. Make a right, and then follow the trail until it ends at the Flight Park State Recreation Area. Alternatively, you can do this trail in reverse.
BST = Bonneville Shoreline Trail
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