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Curley Springs Trail #051

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Trail

2.5 mile 4.0 kilometer point to point
81% Runnable
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Elevation

Ascent: 679' 207 m
Descent: -428' -131 m
High: 6,706' 2,044 m
Low: 6,045' 1,842 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 8% (5°)
Max Grade: 36% (20°)

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Trail shared by Brandon Plewe

A high connection between Dry Canyon and Battle Creek with views over Utah Valley

Brandon Plewe

Features Birding · Fall Colors · Spring · Views · Wildlife

Description

This trail connects the GWT: Dry Canyon Trail #049 and Battle Creek Trail, and is accessed via their trail heads. It is most commonly used to form loop hikes, either with the Bonneville Shoreline Trail: Dry Canyon to Battle Creek below or with the GWT: Dry Canyon Trail #049 up around Big Baldy. Curley Spring is about 1/2 mile from the south end. Much of that first 1/2 mile is along a heavily eroded OHV trail that the Forest Service plans to reroute.

Flora & Fauna

Most of the trail is in Gambel Oak woodland.

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#15

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#15

in Dry Canyon

#956

in Utah

#27,390

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