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    Willard BST

    Rode the Willard section of the BST last night for the first time. The trail is in great condition with no mud or snow. It's a lot of fun. It's in keeping with the character of the other Ogden sections of the BST. There are some switchbacks that are a bit tight and loose, but it's all in good fun.

    Excellent early season option. It'll be roasting in the afternoon/evening in the summer with its exposure, but just about perfect in the sun at 55 degrees yesterday.

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    That's a nice break since Ogen is still probably chilly.

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    There is some interesting rock art along that section of the BST if you know where to look.

    Willard Pictographs
    http://climb-utah.com/WM/willard.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe View Post
    There is some interesting rock art along that section of the BST if you know where to look.

    Willard Pictographs
    http://climb-utah.com/WM/willard.htm

    Very cool. I had no idea any of that was there.

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    Where are the trail heads. I work in North Ogden so it would be pretty close


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    Quote Originally Posted by gholt View Post
    Where are the trail heads. I work in North Ogden so it would be pretty close


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    http://www.utahmountainbiking.com/tr...easantView.htm

    This link has a trail description of the Willard stuff as well as trailhead info.

    We parked at the east end of 7425 S in Willard. From there, you take a gentle 1 mile climb up to the BST. We then headed North for a bit, came back and headed south. This TH puts you roughly in the middle of the Willard section, but is not on any maps that I have seen.

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