The Jordan River Parkway Trail is a multiple use trail paralleling the Jordan River as it flows north from Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake through the Salt Lake Valley’s most populated communities. The trail system includes a paved trail, an equestrian trail, several connecting neighborhood trails, and will ultimately also include a water trail for boaters. Currently, only 4.5 miles remain incomplete of the 45 mile long Jordan River Parkway Trail.

A complete map of the Jordan River Parkway Trail system has been designed and printed with the assistance of the National Park Service Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program, the Jordan River Commission, and Salt Lake County. The map highlights trailheads, public transit areas, urban parks, and conservation areas.

Download a pdf map here (includes information on uncompleted trail sections and current closures) or click here to try the digital trail guide. Hard copies are available for free at most local bike shops and sporting goods stores and at selected Salt Lake County Recreation Centers.

For information on connecting trails, click here.

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