Bunny Bradley Trail

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Overview

The Bunny Bradley Trail is named after Draper resident Elizabeth “Bunny” Bradley.

The trail has a flat and easy track for beginners. A distance of 2,682 feet, and a gentle slope of only a 106-ft climb, it also provides a connection to the Saddler tracks in the Corner Canyon riding area.

Bunny Bradley passed away tragically in 2010, when she was struck by a car while riding her bike with friends along Highland Drive in Draper. The young mother and fitness enthusiast had given birth to her youngest daughter four months earlier, but was already in training for a triathlon. She was 29 years old.

Bunny’s family and friends raised $50K for this trail in her honor, and in the hopes the trail will inspire others to get fit.

Thanks to Ryan Aisa for the following video of the Bunny Bradley Trail:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZb8Xn6jBzg

(First-person perspective begins at 0:39 seconds)

Quick Facts

Length: 0.5 miles
Difficulty Rating: Easy (trail) / Moderate (access)
Trail Type: Paved, multi-use
Dogs Allowed? Yes, on leash
Trailhead: Andy Ballard Arena, Sadler
Restrooms at Trailhead? Ballard: Yes. Sadler: No.

How to Get There

To Andy Ballard Arena, from I-15:

1. Take exit 288 for UT-140 toward 14600 So
2. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Draper
3. Turn right onto UT-140 E 
4. Continue onto Highland Dr 3.3 miles
5. Destination will be on the left

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