The Wild Rose Trail in North Salt Lake is one of the newest and most exciting trail networks in Davis County. The city has been continuously adding new trails and features to keep people coming back. The original Wild Rose Trail was a popular 2.5-mile out-and-back trail that peaks at a local ridgeline, providing expansive views of southern Davis County.
At the top of the ridgeline, the trail connects to multiple existing trails and old jeep roads in the Forest Service land above the city. The original trail is intended for use by hikers, dog walkers and mountain bikers. The city's overall vision is to connect Wild Rose Trail to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail network to the east, and eventually connect to U.S. 89 through the neighborhood to the west.