“A portion of the BoSho from Adams Canyon to Kaysville Wilderness Park.”
— Tom Wolfe
Features: Fall Colors — River/Creek — Wildflowers
Head south from Adams Canyon and in about 0.2 miles, the trail will spilt. Follow the trail down to cross the first bridge, this is a little steep and has trees and rocks so a little technical then climbs out and has a steep technical spot at the top. The trail continues on with rollers for about a mile, this is a great spot to make up some time if you have been going slow on the climb.
Make your way down a rugged and technical descent to the next creek crossing which has rocks. There's a steep climb out on the other side. The climb out can be very slick when the trail is wet. Once on top it is a downhill romp for about 0.5 miles, there are some ruts on this section and then it drops onto hardpack with rock that is a gentle slope down to the trailhead. There is a small trail off to the left that goes around the gate.
Flora & Fauna
Scrub Oak along the trail - nice colors in the fall, usually in Sept. You might see a deer in the early morning or evening.