OverviewGetting ThereContactBeartrap Fork Trail is a 2.8 mile trail located near Salt Lake City, Utah and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for cross country skiing & hiking and is accessible year-round. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksRyan Strehlow (284)4 days ago14 Completed12 ReviewsNice, quick, quiet and somewhat inclined hike. I got charged by a mother grouse. The views from the top over to Canyons is great. It is somewhat tricky to find though if you don't know what to look for.Brittany Hulet (131)10 days ago9 Completed1 ReviewsWe started at the very bottom and hiked the 3 or so miles up to where you can see Desolation Lake. The hike from the start was pretty up hill and was consistently so though the whole way up. The 0.5 miles down to Desolation Lake are definitely worth it! Going back down the trail was a little tough due to the gravely trails so there was some slipping going on. But I would definitely recommend the trail!Tiffany Draper (1061)20 days ago37 Completed7 ReviewsThis is a beautiful trail! Not too challenging until the last mile where the incline is a bit steeper. Still totally doable and totally worth it. Saw two deer on the way up and one on the way down. You meet up with with the Wasatch Crest trail at the top of Beartrap Fork and can head up to Desolation Peak (which you should do, it's a very short climb!) or continue along the Wasatch Crest to a gorgeous view of Desolation Lake, Gobbler's, Raymond and Kessler.Breck Tuttle (60701)1 month ago351 Completed355 ReviewsGreat short trail for snowshoeing. It takes you to a ridge where you can look over into Canyons resort. You can also see down to Desolation Lake. Would like to hike this in the summer then I can give a report on the trail itself.J B (117)8 months ago1 Completed1 ReviewsStart 0.31 miles down the canyon from Beartrap Road at gate with watershed sign across from Rivers End Road/Coyote Run Lane street signs.Dara Boe (392)10 months ago9 Completed4 ReviewsI attempted to hike this hike today. I went to where both the internet/this app told me to go. All the "trails" I hit were labeled with "private property". I finally gave up looking for the trail head and climbed up to lake Mary instead. Total let down. Boo.