GOLDEN SPOKE

Expanded Transportation Choice, Improved Health, Supported Economy

Following 30 plus years of development, the 100-mile Golden Spoke Trail, a network of walking, biking, and running trails extending from Ogden to Provo, is now complete and officially open.

Interesting Facts About the Golden Spoke

Longest,

connected, paved trail west of the Mississippi River

Second longest,

connected, paved trail in the United States

Spans four counties

Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, and Utah.

16.5%

(492,284 people) of Utah’s population lives within one mile of the Golden Spoke network.

Covers 33 cities

Clinton, West Bountiful, Farmington, Woods Cross, North Salt Lake, Centerville, Kaysville, Clearfield, West Valley City, South Salt Lake, Roy, Ogden, West Haven, Marriott-Slaterville, Sandy, South Jordan, Highland, Cedar Hills, Pleasant Grove, Orem, Salt Lake City, American Fork, Layton, Lindon, Provo, Murray, Midvale, West Jordan, Taylorsville, Bluffdale, Riverton, Draper, and Lehi.

42%

(1,260,157 people) of Utah’s population lives within three miles of the Golden Spoke network.

101.4 miles

Ogden River Parkway: 10.4 miles

Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail: 22.5 miles

Legacy Trail: 7.2 miles

Jordan River Trail: 37.5 miles

Murdock Canal Trail: 20 miles

Provo River Parkway: 4.7 miles