Trail Conditions

Below is the up-to-date listing of trail openings or closures.

During the winter and early spring, trails that are Always Open are Gasline, BST from Coyote Hollow to East Bench trailhead, Upper Corner Canyon, Aquaduct, Lower Corner Canyon Trails, and Rattler since these trails are mostly sandy-type soils and mostly south facing.

When most trails are closed, one option would be to ride Gasline up to Ghostfalls North all the way up to Ghostfalls itself. One way up and back down the same way but a beautiful ride and mostly dry. For a longer ride, start at the Orsen Smith trailhead, ride Upper Corner Canyon to East Bench, turn slightly right onto BST. From East Bench, take Bst for a short distance to Rattler to Ghostfalls or take Rattler past the ravine and veer right and descend down to Ghostfalls north.On your way back, instead of turning right onto BST back East Bench,  go straight which is now Aquaduct back to Upper Corner Canyon. Turn left onto Upper Corner Canyon road and your back at Orsen Smith.

Open = Green     Open = Use Caution    Closed = Red

1. Ghost Falls-

2. Clarks-

3. Rush

4. Canyon Hollow-

5. Ann’s-

6. BST- From Coyote Hollow to Point of the moutain


To all Corner Canyon Users,

Due to inconsistencies with weather reports, weather forecasts, staffing issues, and other variables, Draper City will no longer be chaining trails closed during spring, summer and fall. We will close the trails in the late fall/early winter until snow conditions are able to sustain traffic and also in the spring once the snow is gone. We would hope most users will use common sense when determining when to use trails. Please check the Trail Conditionssection of this website to see if trails are open or closed. Self-policing by users is recommended. If you see someone on a muddy trail, say something! The trails belong to all of us, let’s take care of them.

Thank you- Draper City Parks Department