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Linda Martinez Saville
A Day on the Town
Faces of Sandy
Biking and Hiking
Sandy is the most centralized place to access the best mountain biking trails along the Wasatch Front. With 30 different trails within 30 minutes of Sandy, and more than 100 trails within an hour drive, Sandy is the ultimate base camp when you have the itch to get out and bike or take a hike. Here’s a few recreation areas to highlight:
Little Cottonwood Creek Trail
Out and back, broad single track, intermediate in difficulty. Trail is rocky and steep at times.
Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Sandy to Draper)
One way, or out and back, single track, total distance of 3.6 miles. Intermediate in difficulty.
Lift served network of trails, including single track, double track, dirt roads. Trail lengths and difficulties vary.
Suncrest Loop Trail (a.k.a. Eagle Crest)
Out and back single track, or create a loop with single track and asphalt road. About 2.9 miles one way; 4.5 mile loop. Intermediate in difficulty.
How about pitching a tent and camping out? Campgrounds are plentiful near Sandy, including these:
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