Farmington Upper Terrace Trail - Cliffhanger Section

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Farmington Upper Terrace Trail – Cliffhanger Section

Description

Length: 0.6 mile
Time: 45 minutes
Difficulty: Moderate
Elevation Gain: 354 feet

Description: This section of the Farmington Upper Terrace Trail goes east instead of along the terrace. It swings around a large ravine on top of the cliffs before meeting with the Francis Peak Trail (#22.4).

Access Locations:
Access #1 – Cliffhanger Split-Off: This trail branches off from the Farmington Upper Terrace Trail (#20.1) just as it reaches the highest point above Farmington Canyon. Go east along the terrace.

Access #2 – Francis Peak Trail Junction: Watch for this trail to split off to the west from the Francis Peak trail section #22.4 as it bends to the east and continues up to the ridge.

Features:

  • Enjoy a loop through a ravine high above Farmington Canyon.
  • Deer often hide in this large ravine.
  • Enjoy a great view from atop some tall cliffs.

Trail Surface and Status: This is a smooth trail, except for the steep descent toward Farmington Canyon. Be careful!

 

 

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