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Stansbury Island Interpretive Trail

Easy/Intermediate
 2.0 (2)

A gravel and dirt road in the foothills of Stansbury Island mountains.


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8.6

Miles

13.8

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Runnable

4,238' 1,292 m

High

4,211' 1,283 m

Low

74' 23 m

Up

82' 25 m

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Description

The trail starts seven miles north of I-80 on Stansbury Island Road at a metal sign that says "Stansbury Island Interpretive Trail". Next to the metal sign is a short access road that leads east to a visible BLM parking area and trailhead for a mountain Stansbury Island Trail. At the end of the trail, you'll see an interpretive kiosk called "Capt. Stansbury Visitor Overlook", a restroom and parking area. To the northeast, there is Boulder Point trail to Boulder Point.

Flora & Fauna

Sagebrush, a few trees. You can meet pronghorns, mule deer and cottontails here.

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Yuriy Syrota

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Mar 29, 2020
Marie Durrant
The Stansbury Interpretive Trail is a dirt road. cars drive it so not super safe to run. Try Stansbury Island Trail-steep but flat up high.