Ferguson Canyon Trail - Salt Lake City, UT
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Ferguson Canyon Trail
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Hiking is allowed
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Ferguson Canyon Trail starts on an old utility road and drops down into a gully. There is a climbing area 1/4 mile up the trail. From this point on, the trail becomes steep and intermittent. If you cross the ridge into Big Cottonwood Canyon, watershed restrictions apply (no dogs allowed) and are strictly enforced. This moderately difficult 3.5 mile trail gains 4,324 feet in elevation and receives moderate use. It takes about 4 hours to complete the trail one way.

Facilities: There are no facilities provided at Ferguson Canyon Trail.

Best Time To Visit: Summer and fall is the best time to visit Ferguson Canyon Trail.

Fees: No fees are charged to visit this trail.

Accessibility: This area is not handicap accessible.

Rules: Bikes and motorized vehicles are prohibited.

Directions: Ferguson Canyon Trail starts from a residential area off of Wasatch Blvd. on Timberline Drive. From Wasatch Blvd. heading south, turn left on Prospector Drive (7535 South). Turn right at the "T". Then turn left on Timberline (7780 South). The trailhead starts on the east side of the street. Parking is limited. Please respect private property. Do not park in front of people's homes or block their driveways.

Map: Click here for a map to Ferguson Canyon Trail

Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Ferguson Canyon Trail.

Salt Lake Ranger District-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
6944 South 3000 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
General: (801) 733-2660
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