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Ann’s Trail

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Ann’s Trail offers expansive city views and a beautiful trail that is perfect for mountain bikers or hikers. Much of it is in the trees.

From this trail you can look out over the city at times.

It also heads up into Corner Canyon and so you see lovely mountain views. Now the leaves are changing so everything looks like fall.

Ann’s Trail was named after a Draper City employee who helped build and manage Corner Canyon and who died of cancer.

It has mostly gradual hills that lend themselves well to beginning mountain bikers and also connects to many other trails, including the Lupine foot-only hiking trail. Be careful on the sharper turns. Both hikers and bikers are usually courteous, but be sure to keep an eye out for each other.

Stats: Distance – 10.3 miles there and back (can turn around at any time or connect to other trails.
Approximate biking time – 3-5 hours
Elevation gain – 1446 feet
Difficulty – Moderate
Trail – well maintained trail of dirt and rocks,
Bathrooms – None
Seasons to bike – April-October
Permits needed – None
Pets allowed – Yes

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Other nearby trails are Jungle Trail, Hidden Meadows Loop, Ghost Falls, Draper Suspension Bridge, Little Valley Instructional Trail, Alien Tower, and Telegraph Trail.

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