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The Dry Lake Trail is 1.7 mile hike, horseback ride or backcountry ski trail. The trail turns off to the right from the Mill Fork Trail about 1/2 mile from the trailhead in the Loop Campground and heads in a west and north direction into Pockets Fork. With the connecting trails located on the east side of Deseret Peak, this trail offers some enjoyable and outstanding opportunities to see much of the Stansbury Mountains.

Dogs and horses are allowed in the Stansbury Mountain Range. Please keep your dog leashed at all times at all developed areas and parking lots.

Directions: From Salt Lake City, Head west on I-80 and take the Stansbury-Tooele exit. Follow the signs to Grantsville.In Grantsville turn south on Cooley Street and head out of town. Turn west on the South Willow Canyon Road and follow it to the end, a trailhead sign shows where to start. Take the Mill Fork Trail about 1/2 mile to junction of Dry Lake Trail which heads southwest toward South Willow Lake.

Elevation: 7,760 feet

Ending Elevation: 8,880 feet

Elevation Gain: 1,120 feet

Distance: 1.7 miles

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah


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