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Ant Knolls

Basics
Location:
American Fork Canyon
Length:
2.5 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Aerobic Difficulty:
Fairly tough
Time To Allow:
1 hour
Trailhead Elevation:
9000 feet
Elevation Change:
500 feet

Description

The Ant Knolls is, in and of itself, a scenic, short singletrack on a narrow trail. The ride is intermediate, but since the trail starts high and ends higher, that elevation change of 500 feet can be taxing.

The longer (and tougher) Dry Fork Loop and Big Flat Loop are accessible from Ant Knolls.

Details

Location:
American Fork Canyon
Length:
2.5 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Aerobic Difficulty:
Fairly tough
Time To Allow:
1 hour
Trailhead Elevation:
9000
Elevation Change:
500

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
Take the Alpine-Highland exit from I-15 and drive UT-92 toward the mountains until you reach the canyon. Pay the $3 fee and continue six miles up the canyon until you reach the North Fork junction. Turn left, go two miles, and you'll be at Tibble Fork Reservoir. Take the gravel road up the river four miles to Dutchman Flat and look for parking to the left.

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