Dutch Hollow Trails. Clinton Peatross Salt Lake Community College Applied GIS Fall Semester 2011. Class Presentation. This is my presentation of the Dutch Hollow Trails map that I created for our class project.
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Salt Lake Community College
Fall Semester 2011
A view to the North.
Looking North to Parking Lot.
difficulty level. Once at the top of the hill
it changes to moderate, as the trail
narrows, it becomes quit
steep, windy, and rocky.
to Burnt Ridge
from bottom trail.
Looking South from
top of trail.
several rock outcroppings. At
the end of the loop to the South
is a look out point where the
whole Wasatch Valley is visible
from the top of the ridge.
because of the steep climb up
the ridge as well as large rock out-
cropping's all along the track. It also
ties into the Aqua-duct trail to the
Looking South to Sage
Looking South from top
moderate and half difficult trail.
The moderate leg ties into the
Cottontail Loop from the South-
East, and into the Barrel to the
Southwest. The difficult areas are
very narrow, rocky, and steep.
track that should have been called
the Roller Coaster. The whole
track is quite steep and narrow with
many hair-pin turns at steep angles
and high speeds.
Hollow road to the beginning of
The Aqueduct trail to the North.