Pipeline Trail – North Fork Park

 

Trail Data

Trail Surface: Dirt

Difficulty: Easy

Trail Length: 0.8 miles

Elevation Gain: 223 ft

Elevation Loss: 66 ft

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June 18th, 2019

In 2019 the Pipeline trail in North Fork Park was extended to .79 miles in length. This trail is not a trail that most riders would do and call it a day. Pipeline is a trail that can be used in conjunction with some of the other their trails in the area. It can be used with Trail 365 as either a connector between it and Mule Ear, Mule Shoe or Mule Connector to get in some miles and elevation gain. It can also be used to make Trail 365 a loop trail.

The Pipeline Trail begins near the North Fork Park yurt. If you park at the yurt then just pedal up the road a few hundred feet past the Campground host and look for it on the right. There is a sign at the south east end where it starts, but as of June 2019 there was not a sign where it connects with Mule Shoe. Just after the bridge crossing the river there is a short, steep uphill climb and then just past that climb the trail meets up with Mule Shoe.

Consider using this trail as part of a great trail combo in North Fork Park. 

Trail Map

Total distance: 0.79 mi
Max elevation: 5801 ft
Min elevation: 5643 ft
Total climbing: 223 ft
Total descent: -66 ft

Directions to Trailhead

Map to Pipeline Trail trailhead and parking.
  • From I-15 take the Ogden 2700 North exit and travel East to 1050 East (2700 North becomes 2600 North)
  • Turn Left on 1050 East and proceed to 3100 North.
  • Make a Right turn on 3100 North and follow the road up and over the North Ogden Divide to 3300 East
  • Turn Left on 3300 East and continue to the North Fork Road split
  • Go Left at the North Fork Road Split and continue to 5950 North
  • Turn Left on 5950 North and drive until you see the Yurt near the gate for North Fork Park. Park in the parking area by the Yurt and look for the trail up the road past the campground host on the right.

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