Archive for the ‘Single Track’ Category

Diamond Fork Utah Chase Creek Single Track Trail 0

August 10th, 2010

|  Location: Near Spanish Fork, utah  |  GPS: 40.155983,-111.329527  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Intermediate

Length: N/A

Time: 2 hours
DBF Review:
    We started this trail from the dirt road up diamond fork. From the parking lot on my google map head up the road north about half a mile past the hobble creek turn off. This trail has some discrepancy’s, it is not marked on a map as a single track trail. The trail head where we start says no motorcycles but the trail head at the end says you can have motorcycles. The forest service did not know how to answer the question when ask if it was ok to ride. The trail starts out with 2 river crossing that in the spring can be a couple feet deep and have been know to wash some bikes over. it is rocky and has some technical spots. We do not recommend this trail for a beginner and do recommend you contact the forest service before riding it.

Mapleton Utah Single Track Trail 006 1

July 29th, 2010

AF Canyon Utah Single Track 252 0

July 27th, 2010

|  Location: Near American Fork, Utah  |  GPS: 40.482536,-111.645448  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Intermediate

Length: N/A

Time: N/A
DBF Review:
    This trail is one of the funnest single tracks I have done in AF Canyon. It is a pretty smooth ride that even your kids could probably do if you start up on the Alpine loop. We started in tibble fork parking lot and went up 040 then 157 until we hit the bottom of 252 which ends up on the Alpine loop road. You can pick up a map at the mouth of the canyon. There is a fee to get in the canyon but well worth it. You can also pick up a map at the ranger station in Pleasant grove for $10.00 that covers all the trails in Utah County. Please watch for horses, hikers, and mtn. bikers.

AF Canyon Utah Single Track 039 0

July 25th, 2010

|  Location: Near American Fork, utah  |  GPS: 40.482536,-111.645448  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

Length: N/A

Time: 2 hours
DBF Review:
    We started this trail from 040 and hit trail 172 until it split into 039. It starts out through quakies and is pretty tame until you get to the peak. Once you get to the peak you start the steep decend to the bottom. Once you start down there is no turning back. This trail is pretty technical with a loose rock, cliffs, and a tough tree root crossing. You are litteraly on the edge for about an hour. You can pick up a map at the mouth of the canyon. There is a fee to get in the canyon but well worth it. You can also pick up a map at the ranger station in Pleasant grove for $10.00 that covers all the trails in Utah County. In this video we are going down 039 from 040.

AF Canyon Utah Single Track Trail 040 1

July 23rd, 2010

|  Location: Near American Fork, Utah  |  GPS: 40.482536,-111.645448  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Intermediate

Length: N/A

Time: N/A
DBF Review:
    This trail can be accessed from the tibble fork parking lot. This trail starts out with a few water crossing’s then heads up through the trees with many switch backs until you reach the peak. From here you have access to many of the other trails this canyon has to offer. You can pick up a map at the mouth of the canyon. There is a fee to get in the canyon but well worth it. You can also pick up a map at the ranger station in Pleasant grove for $10.00 that covers all the trails in Utah County. Please watch for horses, hikers, and mtn. bikers. In this video we are going down 040.

AF Canyon Utah Single Track Trail 041 0

July 20th, 2010

|  Location: Near American Fork, Utah  |  GPS: 40.482536,-111.645448  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Intermediate

Length: N/A

Time: N/A
DBF Review:
    This trail can be accessed from the tibble fork parking lot. This trail starts out with a few technical switch backs then heads up through the trees. It has a few technical spots but nothing the average rider can’t handle. From the peak you have access to many of the other trails this canyon has to offer. You can pick up a map at the mouth of the canyon. There is a fee to get in the canyon but well worth it. You can also pick up a map at the ranger station in Pleasant grove for $10.00 that covers all the trails in Utah County. Please watch for horses, hikers, and mtn. bikers.

Diamond Fork Utah Monks Hollow ATV Trail 125 0

July 14th, 2010

|  Location: near Spanish Fork, utah  |  GPS: 40.073474,-111.390553  |  Google map  |
Difficulty: Begginer to Intermediate

Length: N/A

Time: 2 Hours
DBF Review:
    We started this trail from the diamond fork side. The trail is pretty easy and is a good trail to take kids on. It goes up over the mountain and ends at highway 6. Once you get to the top and start heading down the trail starts to get a little rocky. This is a good place to turn around if you have a beginner with you. Towards highway 6 it gets a little more difficult and has more rocky sections. To get here from Spanish Fork head up canyon highway 6 about 5 miles past the windmills. Turn left at the diamond fork turn off and head up the canyon 7.5 miles. Turn right into group parking and you will see the trail head.

Diamond Fork Utah Single Track Trail 018 0

July 7th, 2010

Diamond Fork Utah Single Track Trail 013 0

July 7th, 2010

| Location: Near Spanish Fork, Utah | GPS: 40.141332,-111.340819 | Google map |
Difficulty: Intermediate

Length: 15 to 20 miles

Time: 2 to 3 hours

DBF Review:
To get to this trail head up highway 6 from spanish fork 5 miles past the windmills. Turn left at the diamond fork turn off. Head up the canyon about 14 miles to a parking lot on the left. Trail head 013 starts at the parking lot. This trail has a few technical switch backs and some tight steep terrain. You can ride over into hobble creek or mapleton canyon from this trail.

Diamond Fork Utah Single Track Trail 009 1

June 30th, 2010