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Union Pacific Rail Trail

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Union Pacific Rail Trail

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Dan B wrote a review Jun 2020
Naperville, Illinois100 contributions23 helpful votes
great trail for our rented mountain bikes. Beware, while the grade is not steep - being an abandoned rail line - it is constant so e-bikes are recommended
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Date of experience: June 2020
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johnprechtel wrote a review Sep 2019
Bradenton, Florida7 contributions
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Being a rail trail means easy biking with no big hills to climb. But it also connects to other more strenuous trails (e.g. the Silver Quinn trail near Rt 40) that can add some more challenge and time to a bike outing. Although asphalt paved, some sections are in rather poor
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Nancy Miller wrote a review Sep 2019
Dallas, Texas7 contributions1 helpful vote
We enjoyed all of our travels out of Park City. It was a great base and we enjoyed the Rail Trail and learning about railroad history in Utah.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kathryn B wrote a review Jun 2019
Lutz, Florida431 contributions98 helpful votes
Wandering away from the hubbub is easy using the rail trail. i was thoroughly enjoying the environs until I stepped in wet tar- a souvenir I was not expecting.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Bill H wrote a review Apr 2019
Park City, Utah83 contributions8 helpful votes
The rail trail is paved in Park City and hard pack east of Park City. It is connected to other trails around Park City and into Park Meadows via tunnels under Route 248. Otherwise, you may hike, ride, and in the winter, Nordic ski, the 26 or so miles east towards Coalville.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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