Paper Airplane Trail

Eden, Utah

based on 1 reviews



0.73 miles

Elevation Gain

272 ft

Route Type



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The Paper Airplane Trail in Eden, Utah is a moderately challenging hiking trail that spans approximately 0.73 miles. The trail is known for its unique rock formations and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The trail begins at the North Ogden Divide Trailhead and ascends steadily, offering hikers a rewarding view of the Ogden Valley and Pineview Reservoir. The trail is well-marked and maintained, making it suitable for hikers of varying skill levels. However, the trail does include some steep sections that may require careful navigation. Hikers are advised to wear sturdy footwear and bring plenty of water, especially during the summer months when temperatures can rise significantly. The Paper Airplane Trail is also home to a variety of wildlife, including deer and various bird species. Hikers are reminded to respect the wildlife and leave no trace. Overall, the Paper Airplane Trail offers a unique and rewarding hiking experience in Eden, Utah.
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Paper Airplane Trail Reviews

Very easy hike. About halfway there is a large treehouse deck you can chill on. I’m a sucker for land art so I stood and stared at this big airplane for minutes. The view is amazing from this spot. You can see Snowbasin and the Eden valley. Over the Ogden divide you can see the Great Salt Lake.

Leave No Trace

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!


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