Left Fork Hobble Creek

Springville, Utah (Utah County)

Last Updated: 05/03/2019
5 / 5 ( 3 reviews )
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Highlights

Highlight: Left Fork Hobble Creek
FS Road 132 traverses a segment of the Uinta National Forest between the Wasatch Mountains and Strawberry Reservoir. It climbs steadily to its mid-point, immersing the overland traveler in Aspen and Pine forest with the smell of fresh mountain air and the pleasing sound of bubbling creeks There are frequent breaks among the trees, opening fantastic views to the south and west of snow-capped Wasatch peaks, including Spanish Fork Peak, Provo Peak, and Mount Timpanogos.

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
The trailhead is well marked at the National Forest boundary with a fence, gate, and sign to your front/left upon arrival. Note that the property adjoining the access road (left and right sides) is private until reaching the National Forest boundary.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Springville

From I-15, take Exit 260 (Springville 400 South Street) and travel east for three miles to the junction of Canyon Road. Follow Canyon Road southeast and east for approximately 3.5 miles, and then turn left onto Left Fork Hobble Creek. Proceed north for approximately seven miles, to the end of the pavement at Berryport Canyon. Turn right, over the creek onto the dirt road, and proceed 2.5 miles to the trailhead at the National Forest boundary. From U.S. Highway 6 exiting Spanish Fork Canyon, follow signs for U.S. Highway 89 which splits right (north) upon entering Spanish Fork. At approximately 3.5 miles, turn right (east) on (Mapleton) 1600 North Street for one mile to the intersection with Main Street. Turn left (north) on Main Street, and travel two miles to the intersection of Canyon Road. Turn right (east) on Canyon Road for about three miles, and then turn left (north) onto Left Fork Hobble Creek. Proceed north for approximately seven miles, to the end of the pavement at Berryport Canyon. Turn right, over the creek onto the dirt road, and proceed 2.5 miles to the trailhead at the National Forest boundary.

Camping

Dispersed

Trail Reviews (6)

Questions & Answers (3)

Q: Do you know any trails that will be open in the area?
–stuart (11/30/2018)
–Sierra Santage (12/01/2018)
Q: When do the gates close?
–stuart (11/30/2018)
–Sierra Santage (11/30/2018)
Q: When do the gates open for this loop?
–Kit (04/24/2018)
–Sierra Santage (04/24/2018)

Writer Information

Sierra Santage

Mapping Crew - Utah

Sierra, is an optimist. She has lived in the Salt Lake Valley the entirety of her 25 years. She is passionate about nature and being outdoors. Though an amateur photographer, she has an eye for unique beauty. She's a proud owner of a Jeep wrangler, year 2000. She is new to off-roading, finally getting out on the dirt. None the less, eager to learn all there is to know, and meet like-minded people. Spends most of her time with her 5 year old son, whom is equally an adventurist. Welcoming to all the advice, tips and tricks made available. Looking forward to sharing all the knowledge and many adventures to come.
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