Dutch Hollow is located in the Heber Valley near Midway, Utah. Dutch Hollow is a trail complex located in Dutch Canyon and Cottonwood Canyon. There are over 20 miles of maintained hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The trails range in difficulty from easy to challenging. Always remember trail etiquette and please be considerate of others while visiting Dutch Hollow.
Wildlife in Dutch Hollow varies from coyotes to snakes. Some of the wildlife you may see or hear include: fox, mule deer, cottontail rabbits, red tail hawks, night hawks, scrub jay, great horned owl, lizards, elk, moose, and other smaller birds and mammals.
Directions to get to the recreation complex are as follows: From the intersection of Highway 40 and River Road travel 2.1 miles southwest. When you arrive at the intersection of River Road and Dutch Canyon Road turn north and drive 0.5 miles. You have now arrived where the Dutch Hollow Trail Complex begins. Choose a trail, begin your journey, and enjoy your day.
To learn more about Dutch Hollow at Wasatch Mountain State Park, please contact our visitor center at 435-654-1791.