We’re excited to get this website up and running to help inform and educate visitors, both new and old, to the Corner Canyon area. Over the years, many of us have either stumbled upon, heard from a friend or neighbor, or attended a running or biking event in Corner Canyon. No matter how you were introduced to the area, the more time you spend here, the more you love it. Somehow Corner Canyon has an almost addictive quality about it and most people can’t wait to squeeze in one more hike, walk with their dog or bike ride.
Trails are now being groomed by Thin Air Cycles.
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Old News Articles on Corner Canyon
REI supports Corner Canyon Trails Foundation
REI recently awarded a grant to help support our efforts to build new trails and make trail improvements in Corner Canyon. Please let REI know how much you appreciate their support.
Important Trail Change Update
Rush is Downhill Mountain Bikes Only
Clarks Trail is Now One-Way Up for Bikes
Three principals of trail etiquette
Red Potato Trail
We have recently completed the new Red Potato Trail that heads down from Potato Hill to the Bst heading towards Red Rock. This now allows visitors to park at the Red Rock Trailhead, which is off of Mike Weir Drive, instead of the overcrowded Coyote Hollow Trailhead and climb this new trail up to Potato Hill. This is a great new trail and was funded by the Corner Canyon Trails Foundation.
Little Valley Loop
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2015 New Trails Update :
CycleCross coarse– Equestrian Center
Suspension Bridge Access Trail- Aquaduct to Bst
Little Valley Beginner Trails
Cool, Clean, Water– So you’re heading up from the Equestrian Center on the Lower Corner Canyon Trail and you turn up the fire road and a couple hundred yards in it dawns on you; you forgot to fill your water bottle. Well look to your right and there it is, a new water fountain. This water fountain is located on the fire road a little below the road that heads up to Canyon Hollow. There’s also a faucet to fill a container for your dog on those hot days.
Check it out– new homemade video called Rushing Hours
New Article in the Tribune: Dogs and the Watershed
Update: We’ve put up some leashes at most of the trailheads that visitors can borrow who may may have forgotten their leash at home. Its critical that all visitors with dogs use a leash so hopefully this will help.