Join us on Saturday September 30th to hike, run, bike, or ride the new Butterfield trails for a scavenger hunt to win prizes. From 9 am to 1 pm we will have a table set up with prizes for those that get out and discover these new trails.
On August 31st leaders from Salt Lake County, Rio Tinto and the Bureau of Land Management met in the shade of Oquirrh oak trees to cut the ribbon on a new system of trails. 16 miles of trails have been added near the mouth of Butterfield Canyon. The process to get these trails approved and built has taken several years but has been well worth the wait.
The official trail map for the new Butterfield Trail system has been published by Salt Lake County and is accessible here
We are so excited to have new trails opening in the Oquirrhs this week. Salt Lake […]
Three trail runners heading up a snowy trail in the mountains.
Join us this Saturday, February 11th for the annual Oquirrh Ultra Challenge. This self supported trail […]
Thanks to all who came out for our group snowshoe event on Saturday February 4th. We […]
The Salt Lake County Council will be voting to adopt the West Bench General Plan during […]
Join us on Saturday October 9th anytime from 9 am to Noon for hiking and service as we explore and improve Yellow Fork Canyon.
The Butterfield Peak trail offers beautiful views such as this.
Come and explore the Oquirrhs with us on Tuesday August 3rd at 7 pm. For our first group hike we are going to explore beautiful Butterfield Peak.
Eagle Mountain City council unanimously approved the creation of a wildlife corridor overlay zone.