Pineview Trail
The Pineview Trail runs along the western shore of the north arm of Pineview Reservoir. It's a good choice for beginner mountain bikers. The trail is 3.2 miles in length, with trailheads on highway 152 at the northern and southern ends. Both trailheads have bathrooms and free parking. Only the southern trailhead has direct access to the shore of the reservoir.
Riding notes, Pineview south to north:
0.0   Go to parking entry, north through wood fence
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0.5   Parking area, stay outside. R toward lake along fence
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0.6   Onto pavement, cross boat ramp
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Veer R to paved walkway along water
1.3   Pavement, keep R, cross marina driveway
N41 16.525 W111 49.228
Follow singletrack between fence and road
1.5   Join gravel road, keep R and northbound
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1.7   Straight past bathroom onto singletrack
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3.0   Straight (R = Nature Loop)
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Add 0.5 mile if you took Nature Loop
3.2   At back of North Trailhead parking
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Getting there: From I-15, take exit 347, Ogden 12th South. Head east towards the mountains, and the street will enter Ogden Canyon. (From the south, turn off I-15 on US 89. Turn right at Harrison Blvd and drive north to 12th south.) Drive about 5 miles up the canyon. At Pineview Reservoir, turn left across the dam. About 1/2 mile later, there's a "Pineview Trailhead" parking area on your right. For the northern trailhead, continue 3 miles further on the highway.

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