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    Trails dry in SLC??

    I will be down for Sun, Mon, Tue...are the trails right from town dry, and if so, how high up?
    I might have to truck to Moab, but I don't really want to...thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit
    I will be down for Sun, Mon, Tue...are the trails right from town dry, and if so, how high up?
    I might have to truck to Moab, but I don't really want to...thanks!
    The lower trails are dry, but the smog is in full effect. I would recommend Glenwild near Park City. Low enough that it is dry and far enough out of SLC that you will avoid the smog. Also look at the Mormon Poineer, it may also be dry and far enough away from the smog. Shoreline and Bobsled are dry but you will be right in the smog.

    Choice is yours.

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    Corner canyon should be a good bet also. Air quality there is usually good. And if you're willing to venture into northern utah county, lambert park should be good as well.

    If you want to stick to salt lake county try looking at little cottonwood canyon (quarry trail) or the pipeline trail up millcreek canyon.

    Antelope Island and Stansbury island should also be in good condition. There is a lot of great stuff available. Are you familiar with utahmountainbiking.com? If not, you can check out descriptions of all these trails there.

    Hope that helps!

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