Cycling in Salt Lake City, UT

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  1. The most accessible climb to downtown Salt Lake City offering plenty of elevation gain on a road closed to cars

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    2.9 miles
    Duration
    30 min - 1 hr
  2. Easy to access ride with a good climb near downtown suitable for multiple skill levels.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    6.6 miles
    Duration
    1.5-3 hours
  3. Big Cottonwood Canyon offers a long, high altitude climb up one of Salt Lake City’s most popular canyons.

    Difficulty
    5 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    13.2 miles
    Duration
    1-3 hours
  4. Long, steep ride through gorgeous Little Cottonwood Canyon offering 2,500 vertical feet of climbing

    Difficulty
    5 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    16.3 miles
    Duration
    30 minutes to 1.5 hours
  5. The Wasatch Boulevard Road Ride is a classic ride that traces the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains. It is great for novice riders as well as those that are in training.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    8.7 miles
    Duration
    2-4 hours
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