Clark's Trail

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Clark’s Trail is multi-use/multi-directional except bikes are not permitted to descendClark’s Trail begins near the Coyote Hollow Trailhead at a junction of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and ends at the Peak View Trailhead.

The trail is named after Clark Naylor one of the key citizens who spearheaded the drive to preserve Corner Canyon. Clark is a Draper resident, trail builder and preservationist who serves on the Draper Parks & Trails Committee.
The trail climbs on the south side of the canyon providing long shady sections through Gambel Oak and Maple with great views of Corner Canyon and the Salt Lake Valley.

The trail is accessible from either Coyote Hollow or Peak View Trailheads, which both have restrooms available for your use. Peak View Trailhead, which opened in 2020, also has RV parking, water fountains, and a short interpretive trail with a magnificent view of the valley below.

For a description and photographs of the Clark's Trail, visit

Quick Facts

Length: 1.29 miles
Difficulty Rating: Moderate
Trail Type: Multi-use (no bikes downhill)
Dogs Allowed? No dogs
Trailhead: Coyote Hollow, Peak View
Trailhead Coordinates: (Coyote Hollow) 40.49376357350504, -111.8388998559327
Restrooms at Trailhead? Yes (at both)

How to Get There

To get to the Coyote Hollow Trailhead from I-15:

1. Use the 2nd from the right lane to take exit 289 for UT-154/Bangerter Hwy
2. Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Draper
3. Turn left onto 13800 S
4. Turn right onto 1300 E
5. Turn right onto Highland D r
6. Turn left onto S Rambling Rd
7. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto E Mike Weir Dr
8. Turn left onto Pinion Hill Ln
9. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Canyon Vista Ln
10. Turn left onto Gray Fox Dr
11. Turn right onto Coyote Hollow Ct
12. Destination in 354 feet