The Daily Herald recently reported about a new bicycle and pedestrian trail in Lehi. They explain:
“The trail is 10 feet wide with bicycle and pedestrian lanes. The pedestrian lane is inclusive of roller skates/blades, scooters and baby joggers. There is a small trailhead at approximately 2600 North and 10000 West with parking.
Walking the trail at about two miles per hour, it would take 90 minutes to traverse. Benches for travelers are spaced periodically along the trail underneath shade pergolas.”
Although it is relatively short, the new trail will later be connected to an entire system of rail trails. Planners are hoping that the massive network of trails will encompass many cities and connect Utah County to Salt Lake County. In the meantime, it seems like the perfect little trail for fall exploration!