Cummings Parkway Road is a stunning 2200-foot ascent into the Wasatch Mountain State Park overlooking Heber Valley. While generally an easy to moderate trail, the nearly 8-mile trek demands attention as almost every mile is rocky and contains steep shelf roads, not to mention the 360-degree breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys in the area. If properly outfitted, airing down tires is a big plus for comfort and to save wear and tear on suspension components. There is very little camping directly on the track itself. Offshoot trails have beautiful options for dispersed camping. Be on the lookout for OHVs, as this trail gets moderately busy on weekends and holidays.
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