Bicentennial Trail

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Trail Distance: 3.2 miles
Time Estimate: 1 hr 30 min+
Elevation Gain: 567 feet
Leash Rule: Unknown
Difficulty: Moderate
Parking: Free
Route Type: Out-and-back
Restroom: No
Description
If you're looking for a challenging hike that will get you and your dog's blood pumping, Bicentennial Trail is the path for you! This hard pressed dirt and rock track leads through one of the lusher areas of Utah. There's plenty of grass and trees to cool you down along the way, but you're still going to need to pack in plenty of water. North Fork Park is the home of this amazing trail, and all the amenities, such as drinking fountains to restrooms near the park entrance. The trailhead is two miles in this furbulous park. 


Bicentennial Trail is a 3+ mile out and back trail. If you're looking for more of a challenge, you can choose to expand your walk onto the Bicentennial Loop. This has the benefit of allowing you to never have to retrace your steps, but it does make the walk longer! 

Begin your walk at the trailhead for Bicentennial Trail and proceed along the path. You're going to be facing steep up hill climbs both coming and going, so pace yourself. The first half mile (and the last half mile, if you're coming back!) is the easiest. The trail peaks a little under a mile and a half in, taking you to the highest point and giving you a gorgeous view of the surrounding park. From there you're going to find yourself going down quite a bit. The lowest point of the trail is where you cross Cutler Creek! Splash in the water to cool off, and let your dog enjoy a rest! 

It's a good idea to keep your dog on leash on this trail, even if it's not technically required. The path is mainly used for mountain biking, and keeping your pup on leash will help keep everyone safe. Whatever you choose to do, Bicentennial Trail is sure to be a hit! 

Trail Features
Steep Inclines
Abundant Wildlife
Cautions & Considerations
There's plenty of wildlife near this trail! The area is known for bear, elk, and moose sightings! While bears are the obvious danger, elk and moose can also do manage. Protect yourself by making noise as you hike, and giving any animals you encounter a very wide berth.
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Address
Middle Bowery Road
Eden, UT 84310
Hours
Mon Sunrise - Sunset
Tue Sunrise - Sunset
Wed Sunrise - Sunset
Thu Sunrise - Sunset
Fri Sunrise - Sunset
Sat Sunrise - Sunset
Sun Sunrise - Sunset