There are several Corner Canyon trailheads within a few miles of our house. We go there for a training ride along upper Corner Canyon road, about 12 miles and 2400 feet of elevation gain.
You can see the "road" above. It's rutted and rocky in places and would be challenging for a 4 wheeler. We've never seen a vehicle up there, although we usually see bikers and sometimes hikers.
At first the horses were scared of bikes, but they have adapted to a more urban environment and all that goes with trails near the city.
At the upper end of our ride, we looked out across the mountain vista and saw some white dots.
With the camera zoom, a small herd of mountain goats became visible.
Closer still, and you can see the goat's horns.
Salsa is sporting her new saddle as she looks out over the scenery.
Behind Steve and Salsa is the 11000 ft Box Elder Peak, still snow-covered down to about 9000 feet.