Activities & Resources
Mill B Interpretive Trail050in Salt Lake City, UT 84121
about Mill B Interpretive Trail:
As you begin your hike you will notice an abundance of shade, which lasts throughout the day and makes this a pleasant journey during the hiking season. As you come across an abandoned parking area, you will see a small dirt path that continues on to the creek (a great spot to rest and have a snack). If you continue to the south, the trail gently climbs above the creek, crossing a bridge with a view of a small waterfall. At this point, you will see the trailhead to Lake Blanch heading southeast, and you can continue on to the lake or return to the trailhead on the same path. Before you leave the canyon, if you still have energy to burn, you might want to check out the neighboring Hidden Falls Trail.
The Mill B Interpretive Trail is an easy hike for younger children or for people just starting to hike. It's also accessible for persons with disabilities, and with an elevation gain of 80 feet makes a moderate climb for wheelchairs. Bathrooms are located on the west side at the trailhead, but they are closed during the winter months. No changing table is available.
Roadside parking is available during the winter months when the gate blocks the road.