Mill Canyon (not Mill Creek Canyon) - TRAIL

Mill Canyon (not Mill Creek Canyon) - Trail, Alpine, Utah

This is probably the most technical downhill in American Fork Canyon. There are several very steep loose twisty sections that will either keep you on your toes or force you to your feet. It is quite a challenge just getting to the trailhead since there are many brutal climbs before you see any noticeable downhills, but once you do start down, effort will have been worth it.

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terryash   Cross Country Rider [Sep 29, 2004]

Scary fast and sometimes scary slow as you pick your way through technical stuff. The trail is continuously steep and sometimes loose. Ride with caution, or throw caution to the wind depending on your skills and the section of the trail. It is Awesome! Aerobic difficulty is a 4 to get to the trailhead. If you decide to climb it, there isn't an aerobic number high enough to describe it.

Customer Service

Pick up Ridge 157 and go north. Ignore all turnoffs until you hit the double track mentioned above. Once you start down Mill Canyon, you have only two choices. Bomb to the bottom at Tibble Fork Reservoir, or about 2/3's down take a left on Mud Springs. Mud climbs up and drops back down to Tibble Fork Trail (about a mile). The choices are up to you from there. There is another trail or two on the right, but they are extremely steep hiking trails. AVOID!

Similar Products Used: Ridge 157, Mud Springs, Tibble Fork, Deer Creek South Fork, Timpanooke, the list goes on and on!!!
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