Clegg Canyon Trail
The Clegg Canyon Trail is a beautiful hike just southeast of Heber City, Utah. This trail is fairly easy and is a good route for families and hikers of all ages and skill levels. Dogs are permitted on the Clegg Canyon Trail but must be kept on leash at all times.
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Route Description for Clegg Canyon Trail
The Clegg Canyon Trail is a short and sweet hike in the western Uintas. This trail is not often maintained and can get overgrown, so we recommend wearing long pants and close-toed shoes to avoid getting scratched up legs on your hike. Although this trail is short, it is beautiful, and you will want to take your time to explore every section of it; be sure to bring enough water and snacks to make your hike the best it can be. With an aspen forest, wildflowers, and sagebrush, this route is a gorgeous place to spend an afternoon exploring the beauty of nature with loved ones.
From the trailhead on the side of Highway 40, follow the trail along Clegg Canyon for 2.1 km. After 2.1 km, the trail does continue but becomes very overgrown and rugged, so we recommend turning around at this point and heading back the way you came.
If you are looking for more to explore in the area, check out the Foreman Hollow Nature Trail nearby.
Getting to the Clegg Canyon Trail Trailhead
This hike begins on the east side of highway 40, approximately 11.3 km southeast of Heber City, Utah.
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