Strawberry Ridge

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3.2/5 (12 reviews)
Springville, Utah (Utah County)
Last Updated: 12/07/2023
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Situated high in the Wasatch Mountains near Daniel's Summit lies this incredible off-road trail. Taking you from the Hobble Creek Canyon area over to Strawberry Reservoir, this route has no shortage of photographic opportunities, miles of side trails, and endless spots to park and spend some time under the stars. Its relative distance from civilization makes this a popular trail in the summer, while providing snowmobiling opportunities in the winter. With the reservoir so close, this is a popular trail for water-goers to run all weekend with their basecamp set up down by the lake. If you are looking for a little more seclusion, head over to the first portion of this trail where you are less likely to see another soul all day long. Camping options are endless from towing a trailer to hanging from the trees in a hammock. Once you reach the ridge line, you will be treated with views for miles ranging from Mount Timpanogos to the west, Strawberry Peak directly to the north, and Square Top Mountain to the east towering over Strawberry Reservoir. Whatever reason you have for visiting this area, this trail surely is not one to miss with such incredible views in a small amount of driving.

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3.2/5 (13)
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Seasonal Closure
Visited: 12/01/2023

Trail is closed per dates on MVUM
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Seasonal Closure
Visited: 11/24/2023

Done for the season. Until next year!
This trail guide's difficulty was changed on 09/17/2023
Visited: 08/26/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Harder

The views from the ridge are worth it, but be forewarned that the description of the trail isn't accurate any more. Like other reviewers said, tons of rocks on this trail at certain parts. Nothing too technically challenging but you probably want high clearance to avoid damaging your differential.
Rated 5/5
Visited: 08/19/2023
Difficulty Accuracy: Harder

Little overgrown and tight with branches and other foliage. Also seems to be a bit tougher than a 2. Lots of loose rocks but nothing crazy. Maybe a 3. Definitely need at least AWD.

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