Toilet Bowl - TRAIL

Toilet Bowl - Trail, Glenwood, Utah

Start this ride at the city park in Glenwood. Ride to 400 S 300 E (Old Mill Rd), go through the wash up the dirt road marked PST 64. In approx. 0.7 miles you will come to a small flood damn. Don't go up the damn, instead stay on the road that turns northeast. In approx. 0.13 miles you will come to the main dirt road, turn left towards the fish hatchery. At the fish hatchery road turn right (NE) toward U-24. In approx. 1.04 miles you will cross the highway onto BLM 6106. Continue for 1.9 miles, this is where the power lines cross the road. Stay left and follow the power line road for approx. 0.25 miles. Here you will drop off onto a 4-wheeler trail. Follow this trail staying to the right. This is the start of the "Toilet Bowl” section it feels like you are swirling down a toilet bowl. Follow the trail approx. 0.8 miles until you come to 38° 47.582 s N, 111° 58.172 W. At this point take a right down the wash vs. climbing up the hill. Follow the trail down through and along the wash for approx. 0.6 miles. When you start to come out into the open, the trail forks, stay right and head towards and along the field to the Black Knoll Rd. This is the bottom of the “Toilet Bowl” section. At the Black Knoll Rd turn left (south). Ride back towards Glenwood , crossing U-24 and arriving back at the park. If you liked the “Toilet Bowl” section consider running a shuttle from the start of the Toilet Bowl section to the end and do it over as many times as you like. Starting elevation is 5305’, max elevation is 5793’. This trail is on dirt road or 4 wheeler trails but there is not much traffic.

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bodeb   Weekend Warrior [Jun 23, 2013]

Our boys named this the "Toilet Bowl" since the downhill section is like swirling down a toilet. When they were early teens or younger we would run a shuttle on the downhill section and do it over and over again. Kids do need to be able to ride in control if they can't, make sure they have all the protective gear.

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I recommend you have a GPS to determine the turn off point identified by coordinates in the description. We have missed it before and we have ridden this trail for years.

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