Ann's Trail

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Quick Facts

Length: 5.4 miles
Difficulty Rating: Moderate
Elevation Gain/Loss: 1044/616
Trail Type: Multi-use, multi-directional
Dogs Allowed? On leash west & south of Potato Hill TH. Dogs are not allowed east of Potato Hill TH.
Trailhead: Potato Hill TH, Peakview TH, and Vintage View Lane
Trailhead Coordinates: (Potato Hill) 40.488570893729275, -111.84877530011602
Restrooms at Trailhead? Yes (Potato Hill)

Overview

Ann’s Trail is a multi-use, multi-directional trail that runs from the Peakview Trailhead on the east end to a junction with the BST on the west end. Ann’s Trail can be accessed from the Potato Hill Trailhead, the Peakview Trailhead, and Vintage View Lane. Dogs are allowed on Ann’s Trail to the west and south of Potato Hill TH and are prohibited east of Potato Hill TH. This “mid-mountain” style trail is Draper’s second longest natural surface trail.

Ann's Trail was named after Draper Resident Annabelle Parr, who passed away August 2012 of pancreatic cancer. Ann was an active citizen in Draper since moving here in 1984. She worked tirelessly on trail preservation and urban trails development. She served on the Draper Parks & Trails Committee and the Draper Planning Commission for 16 years, including four years as chair. She led the “Save Corner Canyon” campaign that resulted in the community voting for a bond to preserve this pristine area. The Draper City Council named this trail for her in 2011. Ann, we will miss you and remember you as we hike the foothills.   

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How to Get There

Ann’s Trail is accessed from the Potato Hill Trailhead, 1461 E. Traverse Ridge Rd. From I-15:

  1. Take Exit 288 for 14600 South.
  2. Turn east onto 14600 South/Highland Drive and continue 0.9 miles to the intersection with Traverse Ridge Road.
  3. Turn right onto Traverse Ridge Road and continue 2.0 miles to the Potato Hill Trailhead on the left.