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Draper Trails

Draper Trails

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Draper City Trails
By Joanna Smith
 
Table of Contents
Table of Contents.
.....................................................................1Safety.............................................................................2City Ordinances................................................................2Map of Draper City Trails.................................................3, 4Online Resources.............................................................17
The Hikes
Spring Hollow, Oak Hollow Loop..........................................5Spring Hollow, Corner Canyon Loop......................................7Bonneville Shoreline Trail Loop by Equestrian Center..................9Bonneville Shoreline Trail, Gasline Trail Loop...........................11Clarks Trail, Ghost Falls Loop..............................................13Bear Canyon Loop............................................................15 
Important Reminders
Always choose a trail that fit your fitness level.
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Stay on marked trails and out of water ways. This is a watershed area.
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Equestrian trail heads are located at Andy Ballard Equestrian Center
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and Orson Smith Trail Head.
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Practice Trail Courtesy:
Step uphill and aside for horses,keep pets under control, and bikersmust yield to both hikers andhorses.
Trail Courtesy
 
1. Always tell someone where you are going and when you plan to get back.2. Dress in layers and prepare for rain, the mountain front usuallyexperiences surprise showers on otherwise clear days.3. Wear proper shoes that fit well and have a good tread.4. Always bring water and a small first aid kit.5. Wear sunscreen and a hat – heat stroke can happen to anyone and iseasily avoidable.6. Watch children carefully, several areas of the trail border steep drop offsinto fast flowing streams.7. Bring a cell phone and a list of necessary numbers.a. Emergencies 911 b. Police Dispatch 840-4000
SafetyCity Ordinances
1. Prohibiteda. Guns, including pellet guns b. Fireworks, campfiresc. Paintballd. Dumping, litteringe. Drug and alcohol usef. Disturbance or removal of plants, animals, or geologic featuresg. Swimming or wading in waterwaysh. Commercial activities2. No motorized vehicles alloweda. Off-road vehicles damage plants and erode trails. b. Noise and exhaust emissions ruin the experience for others.3. Dogsa. Must be on a leash and controlled. b. Owners are responsible for picking up dog waste.c. Dogs must not be allowed to harass wildlife or other trail users.
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