Trails & Open Space

Family HikingDraper features the most trails and largest open space out of any city along the Wasatch Front with 117 miles of scenic trails and 4,077 acres of open space. Draper is nestled in the corners of Salt Lake County and Utah County with trails crossing the valley, and weaving through Corner Canyon and the surrounding mountain ridges.

A variety of trails is available for different outdoor activities including hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, dog walking and more. Draper is also the only city with trails that look out at both Salt Lake Valley and Utah Valley. Learn more about our trail system below and find a trail for your outdoor needs.

TRAIL INFORMATION & MAPS

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NEWS & ALERTS

Alert: Upper Corner Canyon Road Closure Starting July 1

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In consultation with the Draper City Fire Department, the City Council has determined the Upper Corner Canyon Road starting at the Orson Smith trailhead will be temporarily closed to all vehicles, effective Wednesday, July 1. 

After one of the driest springs on record and to help reduce the risk of fire ignition in this area as we enter the summer months, this decision will ensure our fire department has emergency access to the area if needed. 

If the Orson Smith trailhead parking lot is full, please park at the Andy Ballard Arena (equestrian center) on 1600 Highland Dr. For access to Lone Peak, consider using the Hammagogs Trail from Alpine City or the Sawmill Trail from Hidden Valley Trailhead in Sandy. Download PDF of Map

TRAIL SPOTLIGHTS

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OTHER RESOURCES

Corner Canyon Trails Foundation: The foundation supports Draper City and neighboring communities by helping fund and build new trails, and maintaining and improving existing trails. Learn more.

Draper Wildlife: Listen for a Lazuli Bunti singing in the foothills or look for the yellow Arrowleaved Basamroot lining the trails while enjoying the outdoors in Draper. Since the city is situated so close to the Lone Peak wilderness, many different wildlife and plants can be seen on the trails. Learn more.

Trailforks: This app is a great resource for learning more about the trails in Draper. Our city does not manage the app, but work closely with the app managers to keep the trail information updated. View Draper trails on Trailforks.

U.S. Forest Service: Draper borders the Lone Peak Wilderness in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, which also has trails and other recreational opportunities. Learn more.