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Healthy Draper with our business partners and individuals became aware of a need in Draper to educate new mountain bikers not just to learn our trails, but to gain a healthy lifestyle and have fun.
The Location: "Little Valley" just off Traverse road at 1402 East (14550 So) Draper Utah. The Instructional Trails consists of just over 1 mile of mountain biking and walking trails. There are two Beginner and three intermediate trails which include instructional signage and typical obstacles encountered on the city's current trail system. These trails are something that the current trail system in Draper was missing.
On the plan above: Note: All Trails are complete and usable to the public.Green area is beginners one way trail system. Blue area is the intermediate trail system. Black trail are multi-use and were already existing.
These trails have switch backs, bridges and other familiar features and will be multi-use trails that would also be for hikers. When you learn how to bike, you will learn that there are others on the trails, and that you need to be considerate of them while riding.
Call Brad Jensen at 801-576-6549 with question or concerns.
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