Map Trail Heads

This is our master list of all trail heads in our database. This list is automatically generated when we update the trails on the map. Clicking on the trailhead name will send you to it on the main map page.

Utah, US

Ogden Area, Utah
27th Street Access trailhead photo27th Street Access
Not really a trail head, but a place to access with some limited parking.
Parking Available
Adam`s Canyon trailhead photoAdam`s Canyon
More like a dirt lot for hikers.
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
BST (Ogden) 22nd St trailhead photoBST (Ogden) 22nd St
Bonneville Shorline Trail in Ogden with access at 22nd Street
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
BST (Ogden) 29th St trailhead photoBST (Ogden) 29th St
Nice trailhead provides access to a couple trail options
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
BST (Ogden) Beus trailhead photoBST (Ogden) Beus
Limited parking, really just an entry point.
Parking Available
Center Street trailhead photoCenter Street
Nice new trailhead, restroom is actually a portable, so may not be there.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
East Mountain Wild Park trailhead photoEast Mountain Wild Park
Parking in a dirt parking lot provides quick access to the BST and the new Kaysville trail. Fun trail that cruises around the park and provides a few trail features east of the BST dirt road section.
Parking Available
Fernwood Park trailhead photoFernwood Park
Bonneville Shorline Trail in the Kaysville area
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Jump Off trailhead photoJump Off
Jump Off trailhead in North Ogden provides access to some smooth well maintained singletrack and access to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Mountain View North trailhead photoMountain View North
This is the Northern trail head for the Mountain View trail on Antelope Island.
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Mueller Park trailhead photoMueller Park
Beautiful singletrack climb to Rudys Flat. Parking is available at the trailhead but you can also park outside of the trailhead along the right side of the road but be kind to the neighbors.
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Ogden Nature Center trailhead photoOgden Nature Center
Bonneville Shoreline Trail access from North Ogden nature center
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Perry Canyon trailhead photoPerry Canyon
A bit rough dirt parking, may need to park on road if low clearance vehicle
Parking Available
Pioneer East North Ogden trailhead photoPioneer East North Ogden
Turnout parking provides access to the North Ogden Divide via the Pioneer East Trail. Bonneville Shoreline Trail North Ogden starts across the road.
Parking Available
Wild Rose Trailhead Park trailhead photoWild Rose Trailhead Park
A new park in the North Salt Lake area which is to serve as a park and trail head to access BST and other connecting trails to Salt Lake City. A new Downhill Flow trail has been added as well.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site


Salt Lake Valley, Utah
Alexander Basin trailhead photoAlexander Basin
Tiny parking lot, and trail starts almost right off the road
Parking Available
Arrowhead trailhead photoArrowhead
New, nice connector to use from Redwood Road until they finish the full connection from the Narrows.
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Arrowhead Park trailhead photoArrowhead Park
Bike rack and water fountain, nice little stop with picnic benches too.
Parking Available
Water Fountain
Carolina Hills trailhead photoCarolina Hills
Parking and trail access to Lower Corner Canyon from the end of the Tuscalee Way col-de-sac.
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Church Fork trailhead photoChurch Fork
Drive past all the little campsites and picnic areas until you reach the end of the road where there is a parking lot. That is the trailhead. Lot can be full on weekends.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Coyote Hollow trailhead photoCoyote Hollow
Access to Draper Trails starting at Coyote Hollow and Clarks
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Draper Equestrian Center trailhead photoDraper Equestrian Center
Primary access to the Draper Trail System. Big parking lot, map, restrooms, water, even a bike repair stand. Great place to start and end your ride from Draper.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Free bike repair station
Eagle Crest trailhead photoEagle Crest
The Eagle Crest trail connects through this trail head now. There is a kiosk and small parking area. To continue on the Eagle Crest trail, you must go just slightly north up the road, and the trail continues off to your left. The Kiosk doesn't actually have any info (9/2012), but the water fountain works.
Parking Available
Water Fountain
East Bench trailhead photoEast Bench
East Bench Trailhead provides parking and restroom. Accessible by driving a high clearance vehicle up the Upper Corner Canyon dirt road from the Orson Smith Trailhead.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Ghost Falls trailhead photoGhost Falls
Trailhead is half-way up the Corner Canyon Dirt Road. Nice picnic bench and location end a DH session off of Jacobs Ladder.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Haddington trailhead photoHaddington
Technically not a trailhead, this is actually a fire truck turn around. But there is a large gravel area where you can park, and then drop into the Corner Canyon trail system from a high point.
Parking Available
James Madison trailhead photoJames Madison
Nice park with a public restroom. Good place to park and start a ride
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
JRP (General Holm) trailhead photoJRP (General Holm)
Jordan River Parkway Trail access from General Holm Park off of Meadowbrook Expressway (4000 S).
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
JRP (Jordan Rotary) trailhead photoJRP (Jordan Rotary)
Parking lot to access Jordan River Parkway Trail off of 126th South
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
JRP (Triumph) trailhead photoJRP (Triumph)
Parking and trail access at the intersection of Jordan River Blvd (7000S) and Triumph Lane.
Parking Available
JRP (Winchester Park) trailhead photoJRP (Winchester Park)
Park is basically to park and hit the paved trail
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Lucky Clover trailhead photoLucky Clover
Little parking lot and a water fountain. Great place to take the family to see the marsh lands on the overlook.
Parking Available
Water Fountain
Maple Hollow trailhead photoMaple Hollow
The far end of the Suncrest area is a nice trailhead with a drinking fountain and ample signage. From here you can drop down the North side via the downhill specific Maple Hollow trail, or head south towards Utah county on the South Maple Hollow Trail. South is easier, and will connect you back to Corner Canyon via the Eagle Crest trail.
Parking Available
Water Fountain
Mill Creek Elbow trailhead photoMill Creek Elbow
Start of Mill Creek Pipeline at the Elbow, and the Elbow Fork hike trail. Limited parking.
Parking Available
Mill Creek Lower trailhead photoMill Creek Lower
Mill Creek Lower Parking and starting point for Big Water
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Mill Creek Pipeline trailhead photoMill Creek Pipeline
Mill Creek Pipeline start and parking at the base of Mill Creek Canyon
Mill Creek Upper trailhead photoMill Creek Upper
The upper parking lot at the end of Mill Creek Canyon road
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Mill D North Fork trailhead photoMill D North Fork
This is a common place to park when doing a shuttle or hiking up Mill D. Across the road is a restroom that is heated, but no water fountain. Solitude resort provides some nice trails and is just up the road, but the gate is locked during the summer.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Oak Vista trailhead photoOak Vista
The Oak Vista trail head provides a small parking lot at the highest point of Deer Ridge Drive.
Parking Available
Peak View trailhead photoPeak View
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Free bike repair station
Potato Hill trailhead photoPotato Hill
Parking off of Traverse Ridge Road to access Draper Rim or connect to other trails via Annes
Parking Available
Red Rock trailhead photoRed Rock
Bonneville Shoreline access (Draper)
Rose Park Golf Course trailhead photoRose Park Golf Course
Just a parking lot, but the trail here is nice and pretty new (Chevron Mile)
Parking Available
Sadler trailhead photoSadler
Kind of a small little park that is where the Equestrian trail ends. It also provides a paved trail that leads to an access trail behind houses and climbs up to the BST. Makes for an interesting loop option.
Parking Available
Spring View Farms (JRP) trailhead photoSpring View Farms (JRP)
The southern most end of the Jordan River Parkway in Salt Lake County. Currently (9/2012) there is not an easy way to connect up south, other than to ride up to Camp Williams. This may change in the future. Parking, water and a restroom are provided here.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Walden Park trailhead photoWalden Park
Park with good amenities and a pavilion
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Yellow Fork trailhead photoYellow Fork
There are 2 parking lots, one is against the divider for cars, the other is for equestrian. The singletrack is just across the creek.
Parking Available


Utah Valley, Utah
Bennie Creek (Loafer Mtn) trailhead photoBennie Creek (Loafer Mtn)
Start of Blackhawk Loop or Bennie Creek DH. Common to park at the turnout at the bottom of Bennie Creek DH, and ride (or shuttle) up the road to this trail head.
Parking Available
BST (Lindon Nature Park) trailhead photoBST (Lindon Nature Park)
Trail head at the top of the Lindon Legacy Parkway trail. Parking lot above Teton Drive provides a great place to park and access the Bonneville Shoreline trail from Lindon.
Parking Available
BST (Lindon) Dry Canyon trailhead photoBST (Lindon) Dry Canyon
Bonneville Shoreline access in Lindon via Dry Canyon
BST (Orem) Firing Range trailhead photoBST (Orem) Firing Range
Trailhead to BST at the firing range above Orem City Cemetary. The BST goes north around the restroom/water fountain, or take the little trail that connects to the Water Tower Road going south to connect to the Provo Bench trails.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
BST (PG) Grove Creek trailhead photoBST (PG) Grove Creek
Bonneville Shoreline Trail access via Grove Creek. Lots of parking, a water fountain, bathroom and picnic tables. Riding options here are OK, but expect a lot of double track mixed with the singletrack.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Bull River trailhead photoBull River
New, not yet operational but part of the Murdock Canal project. Nice place to park and ride if you are coming from I-15
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Caddie Lane trailhead photoCaddie Lane
Good place to start a ride with the kids. You can go West under Lone Peak Road to the lake, or connect up to the Murdock Canal Trail and Art Dye Park.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Cascade Springs (Midway) trailhead photoCascade Springs (Midway)
This trailhead does not appear near anything, but it is a large parking lot with a kiosk and restroom at the start of the Cascade Springs Rd climb. You can access the ATV roads and Wasatch Back from here.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Dry Creek trailhead photoDry Creek
Dirt parking lot, recently had a mud slide (July 2013)
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Highland Glen South trailhead photoHighland Glen South
New additions as part of the Murdock Canal Trail building effort. Connects to multiple ride options for just a day at the pond.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Indian Road trailhead photoIndian Road
Trail access to the Bonneville Shoreline trail from Provo. Nice little park off of Canyon Road.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
JRP (Jordan Narrows) trailhead photoJRP (Jordan Narrows)
Large parking lot and bathroom just south of Camp Williams. This is where the JRP ends heading north from Utah County.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Lambert Park (Bowery) trailhead photoLambert Park (Bowery)
One of the best official trailheads, with a little connector that puts you on the Spring Trail right from the parking lot. Opposite the parking is are picnic benches and a sand volleyball court.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Lambert Park (Lone Peak) trailhead photoLambert Park (Lone Peak)
A lesser known entry point to the Lambert Park trail system. Best way to get on the dirt as fast as possible when coming from the south.
Lambert Park (Rodeo) trailhead photoLambert Park (Rodeo)
The official Alpine Rodeo Grounds parking lot. This doesn't put you to the top of the Rodeo trail anymore, it starts you in the middle. Many riders don't realize that there is a newer section with some fun bridges and berms, not worth missing.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Lower Mill Canyon trailhead photoLower Mill Canyon
A relatively new trail head was built here with a bridge. Though once you cross the bridge you must turn right and kind of ride down stream until turning left onto the trail. It appears nice at first, then goes straight up an old dirt road that is typically rutted and trashed.
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Mitchell Hollow trailhead photoMitchell Hollow
Recently made into an official trail head (July 2013), with new paved trail going under the main road.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Mountain Ranch Bike Park trailhead photoMountain Ranch Bike Park
Eagle Mountain MTB Park. Park provides a pump track, jump track, and lots of wood structures to practice on before heading up to the Juniper trails. An outhouse can be found at the top of the jump track. Access to the Flinstone DH trail is a bit longish ride on a rocky dirt road. Parking is limited to the street in front of the sign.
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Provo River Pkwy trailhead photoProvo River Pkwy
Large parking lot with access to the Provo River Parkway Trail just across the bridge. On the other side of the Gas Station is a bicycle repair station provided by Mad Dog Cycles.
Parking Available
Free bike repair station
Red Lake trailhead photoRed Lake
Slate Canyon trailhead photoSlate Canyon
Large parking lots and access to the BST
Parking Available
Tibble Fork trailhead photoTibble Fork
Provides Access to AF Canyon trails from Tibble Fork Reservior. Big parking lot, with restrooms and water fountain. The Tibble Fork trail starts across the dam.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Timpanooke trailhead photoTimpanooke
Parking and trailhead access halfway up the AF side of the Alpine Loop. Drinking fountain and restrooms here are seasonal, don't expect them to be open early Spring or late Fall.
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Wade Springs trailhead photoWade Springs
Great new parking area for the Murdock Canal Trail
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Water Fountain
Kiosk or Trail Map on site


Southwest Utah, Utah
Anasazi trailhead photoAnasazi
Fun rock sections and indian wall paintings
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Cove Wash trailhead photoCove Wash
Main Trailhead Parking for Black Brush and Barrel Roll
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Gould South trailhead photoGould South
Southern trailhead for Gould Trail connects to JEM and Rim
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Hurricane Hill trailhead photoHurricane Hill
Trailhead access the Rim trail with connections to JEM and Gould
Tukupetsu trailhead photoTukupetsu
Southern parking lot for Anasazi trailhead
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Virgin Dam trailhead photoVirgin Dam
Dirt parking area to access Hurricane Rim
Parking Available
Restroom on Site
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Zen trailhead photoZen
Common parking lot to access most of the Green Valley trail system
Parking Available


Colorado, US

San Luis Valley, Colorado
Cat Creek Upper trailhead photoCat Creek Upper
Usually ride up Deer Creek and descend Cat Creek, though some folks do ride up it. This is not an area where you are likely to see lots of folks so come prepared, the short scree fields can be hard on tires!
Parking Available
Old Spanish Monument trailhead photoOld Spanish Monument
Some locals refer to this as Stonehenge. You will see a big parking area with large stone carvings depicting the epic trails and travels of the Old Spanish Trail. Lots of people park in the lot and start the rides from here, but if you drive out about 4 miles there is a big obvious parking area on the left of the main dirt road.
Parking Available


Southern Australia

Adelaide, South Australia
Beagle Tce trailhead photoBeagle Tce
Beagle Tce entrance.
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Bonython Way trailhead photoBonython Way
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Caroline Avenue trailhead photoCaroline Avenue
Caroline Ave entrance, leads straight into Sleeps Hill trail.
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Cow Bones trailhead photoCow Bones
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Croft Rd car park trailhead photoCroft Rd car park
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Croft Rd Triangle trailhead photoCroft Rd Triangle
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Fox Creek trailhead photoFox Creek
Parking Available
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
High Street trailhead photoHigh Street
Caroline path entrance off High St. Caroline path is a bitumen bike path through the Lynton trails area. The Sleeps Access trail is just off to the right.
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Main Trailhead Craigburn Rd trailhead photoMain Trailhead Craigburn Rd
Kiosk or Trail Map on site
Prospect Hill trailhead photoProspect Hill
Christmas Tree Hill car park. Usual entry point for Prospect Hill trails, and used for Adelaide Mountain Bike Club cross country races. Suggest driving here via Brookman-Connor Rd and avoiding Christmas Tree Hill Rd as it is steep and can be muddy in winter.
Parking Available
Sleeps Hill trailhead photoSleeps Hill
Sleeps Hill Drv entrance over the railway line.
Kiosk or Trail Map on site