The Salt Lake City Bikeways Map helps connect locals and visitors with the City’s urban environment and provides a valuable resource to experience the city while making more sustainable choices. The map shows bike routes, public transit, trailheads, sites of interest, farmers markets, local parks, open space, community gardens and many other places that highlight the local flavors that make Salt Lake City an internationally-recognized green city.
The Jordan River Parkway trail connects to the Legacy Parkway Trail, which extends north into Davis County. Information about the Legacy Parkway Trail and the Legacy Nature Preserve can be accessed, here.
The first three phases of the Parleys Trail, starting at the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and running through the Parleys Nature Preserve and Tanner Park, are complete. The groundbreaking for the fourth phase, the Sugarhouse Draw, is expected early this summer and would connect the trail to Hidden Hollow park via tunnel under 1300 East. When fully developed, the Parleys Trail would tie into both the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and the Jordan River Parkway. More information can be found here.
Beginning at the Utah Lake State Park where the Provo River empties into Utah Lake, the Provo River Parkway parallels the Provo River in many locations as it meanders through Provo City, up Provo Canyon, currently terminating at Vivian Park. The Parkway accommodates walkers, joggers, bicyclists, horseback riders and roller-bladers and weaves its way for just over 15 miles through city and county operated parks, as well as residential and commercial developments.
The Bonneville Shoreline Trail (BST) will one day stretch from the Idaho border to Nephi, more than 280 miles. Currently just over 100 miles of the route is officially designated as part of the BST. This website is a guide to the entire 280 mile proposed route. The route attempts to follow the Bonneville bench that was formed by the ancient lake. The route described here is not yet fully designated as the BST, the route may cross private property or other obstacles, please be aware of signs, fences and unmarked obstacles.
You can find information and maps for over 100 miles of trails in Davis County. Trails offer a wide variety of outdoor experiences. Everything from a casual stroll to a strenuous wilderness trek.
This trail is in the planning stage. When complete, the trail will complete a loop around Utah Lake and will connect to the Jordan River Parkway.
This trail is now open to the public! This 16-mile trail runs through Orem, Lindon, Pleasant Grove, Cedar Hills, American Fork, Highland and Lehi. It starts at 800 North in Orem and end at state Route 72 near Lehi. From there, trail users can easily access the nearby Jordan River Parkway. More information about the trail can be found here.