Hike Location/Address/Directions/Map

Mountain View Trail, Antelope Island, Layton, Utah. Take I-15 exit 332 to Antelope Drive (SR-108) in Layton. Continue west until you arrive at the Antelope Island guard house. It is $10/vehicle to drive onto the island. Cross the causeway and fork left (near the marina). A short distance down the road, at the next fork, you will see a trailhead on the left side of the road. Park on side of the road near the trailhead.

 

Brief Trail Description

A sandy, easy trail that follows the East Side Road to Fielding Garr Ranch, with views of the Wasatch Mountains across the Great Salt Lake. Wetlands and wildlife, especially bison, fox and coyotes are abundant on the trail. The trail is 11.38 miles one way and will go through four parking areas with noted trailheads. We will hike four miles out and back (8-mile Back-to-Back hike option), and a 10-Mile Day Hike option will be offered each day by adding a 1+1-mile out-and-back at the end of the 8-mile hike. (Hike Coordinator will hike the additional 2 miles with hikers.)

 

Hike Coordinator Name

Jennifer Logan

 

Hike Coordinator Phone

(801) 556-2936

 

Hike Coordinator Email

jen@redrockgsmd.com

 

Event fee

$10/vehicle State Park entry fee

Hike Location/Address/Directions/Map

Mountain View Trail, Antelope Island, Layton, Utah. Take I-15 exit 332 to Antelope Drive (SR-108) in Layton. Continue west until you arrive at the Antelope Island guard house. It is $10/vehicle to drive onto the island. Cross the causeway and fork left (near the marina). A short distance down the road, at the next fork, you will see a trailhead on the left side of the road. Park on side of the road near the trailhead.

 

Brief Trail Description

A sandy, easy trail that follows the East Side Road to Fielding Garr Ranch, with views of the Wasatch Mountains across the Great Salt Lake. Wetlands and wildlife, especially bison, fox and coyotes are abundant on the trail. The trail is 11.38 miles one way and will go through four parking areas with noted trailheads. We will hike four miles out and back (8-mile Back-to-Back hike option), and a 10-Mile Day Hike option will be offered each day by adding a 1+1-mile out-and-back at the end of the 8-mile hike. (Hike Coordinator will hike the additional 2 miles with hikers.)

 

Hike Coordinator Name

Jennifer Logan

 

Hike Coordinator Phone

(801) 556-2936

 

Hike Coordinator Email

jen@redrockgsmd.com

 

Event fee

$10/vehicle State Park entry fee

Hike Location/Address/Directions/Map
Mary Moore Seawright Park 907 West Slaughter Lane, Austin, TX 78748.

From I-35 in south Austin, exit onto Slaughter Lane and head west. After a couple of turns in the road look for Yarsa Blvd. or Palace Parkway on the right. That’s your key to prepare to turn left, immediately after some apartments that abut the park entrance. The parking area is quite a distance back, past the radio controlled plane airport.

Brief Trail Description
  The Hike: Mary Moore Searight Metro Park off of Slaughter Lane never strays too far from civilization. The busy road to its north and I-35 provide enough road noise, though not excessively loud, to remind the hiker that one is not too far from the bustling city around it. The main loop through the park is popular for runners or walkers, further cutting into any desired solitude.
Hike Coordinator Name
  Jennie Chen
Hike Coordinator Phone
  (512) 981-7627
Hike Coordinator Email
  jennie@romanreign.com
Event fee
  15
Type of Hike
  10 Mile – 1 Day

Hike Location/Address/Directions/Map

Mountain View Trail, Antelope Island, Layton, Utah. Take I-15 exit 332 to Antelope Drive (SR-108) in Layton. Continue west until you arrive at the Antelope Island guard house. It is $10/vehicle to drive onto the island. Cross the causeway and fork left (near the marina). A short distance down the road, at the next fork, you will see a trailhead on the left side of the road. Park on side of the road near the trailhead.

 

Brief Trail Description

A sandy, easy trail that follows the East Side Road to Fielding Garr Ranch, with views of the Wasatch Mountains across the Great Salt Lake. Wetlands and wildlife, especially bison, fox and coyotes are abundant on the trail. The trail is 11.38 miles one way and will go through four parking areas with noted trailheads. We will hike four miles out and back (8-mile Back-to-Back hike option), and a 10-Mile Day Hike option will be offered each day by adding a 1+1-mile out-and-back at the end of the 8-mile hike. (Hike Coordinator will hike the additional 2 miles with hikers.)

 

Hike Coordinator Name

Jennifer Logan

 

Hike Coordinator Phone

(801) 556-2936

 

Hike Coordinator Email

jen@redrockgsmd.com

 

Event fee

$10/vehicle State Park entry fee