bst to suspension bridge relaxed pace family hike and natural history talk - December 7, 2019

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This relaxed pace, not-too-difficult hike follows a section of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Draper, Utah, to a suspension bridge that was constructed in 2015 to protect the Bear Canyon watershed. The trail provides sweeping views of the Salt Lake valley and the vast area that was once covered by an inland sea that extended north into Idaho and west to Nevada. Dress in layers, and bring micro spikes or similar traction devices. This activity is co-listed with EO Utah.

Level:NTD
Miles:3.0
Route:Out & Back
Pace:Slow
Organizer:Julie Kilgore
Phone:801-244-3323
Date:Sat Dec 7 2019
Meeting Place:Orson Smith Trailhead - 12625 South Highland Drive, Draper, UT
Meeting Time:10:00 am

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