Length: 0.8 mi (1.3 km)
Elevation: +0/ -88 ft
Total: 22 riders
Mountain Biking Rodeo Down
#173 of 694 mountain bike trails in Utah
A twisty, fast downhill run on Lambert Park's upper slope that eventually finds its way into a steep wash. It's downhill only.
First added by Rachel Brubaker Tucker on Apr 10, 2014. Last updated Apr 28, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: unknown
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: yes
- Fat bike grooming: unknown
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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Take I-15 to the Alpine/Highland exit, just south of Point-of-the-Mountain. Drive straight east 5 miles towards the mountains, turning left at the stoplight in Highland (where you see the grocery store and gas station). Drive 2 miles north into Alpine to the 4-way stop at 200 North. Turn right. At the next stop sign, turn left. You'll be on 200 East, which becomes Grove Drive. Continue northeast on Grove for two miles. The road will turn 90 degrees to the right. Pass two streets on your left, then arrive at a T in the road. Turn right, across the river. At the fork in the road, go right for the Bowery parking area, left for the Rodeo grounds.
Rodeo grounds: Keep left at the fork and drive 0.25 mile on pavement, then turn right onto a dirt road and drive 0.25 mile. The trailhead is on the right side of the road, where you'll see a parking strip and a bathroom just before the rodeo arena. (Toilet.)
Bowery: Keep right at the fork as you cross the river on the paved road. Pass the High Bench dirt road on your right. About 300 feet further up the paved road, keep straight as the main road turns right, entering a smaller road. The Bowery pavilion is on the left, 500 feet up the dirt road, with a parking lot on the right. (Toilet, pavilion, water.)
Church trailhead: About 1.5 miles up Grove Drive (as above), turn right on Alpine Boulevard. Go 1/2 mile to a big church. The trailhead starts alongside the fence near the small outbuilding and trash bins at the western (downhill) edge of the church's parking lot. When the trail crosses a small creek to join another trail, you're on High Bench. On Sundays, drive past the church and enter the gravel road. Park 150 feet later near the trail kiosk.