Enjoy a scenic gondola ride to 8,000 feet (mountain bikes are allowed with a bike haul pass) where you will find beautiful views, never-ending trails for hiking and mountain biking, and Red Pine Cafe offering a quick and delicious lunch and refreshing beverages. Sorry! Dogs are not permitted on gondola.
CRAZY MINER • HIKING ONLY • VERY DIFFICULT
This trail cuts up through a north facing slope, largely in the shade, and follows a series of steep switchbacks through pine and fir forest up to the junction of the Tombstone and Fantasy Ridge trails.
RED PINE • HIKING ONLY • LESS DIFFICULT
Paired with the beginning of the Tombstone trail it is a great option for families looking for an easy, short loop hike accessible from the top of the Red Pine Gondola.
TOMBSTONE • HIKING ONLY • MORE DIFFICULT
Starting from Red Pine Lodge, this trail winds along a creek through a pine and fir forest, rising 900’ in 1.61 miles. Ending at the top of Tombstone lift, this hike offers wonderful ridgeline views and a bird’s-eye glimpse into the DreamScape Basin.
FANTASY RIDGE • HIKING ONLY • VERY DIFFICULT
This is our most difficult trail. Beginning at Tombstone Peak, this trail winds to the top of Peak 9350, offering panoramic views of Park City. The more adventurous hiker can continue across Fantasy Ridge, a knife edge ridge requiring some technical hiking over talus rock. Once you hit the road, follow it to the summit. The trail is marked with rock cairns.
NATURE TRAIL • MIXED USE • LESS DIFFICULT
This family-friendly trail is a 0.75 mile loop starting and ending at Red Pine Lodge. It’s a wide trail designed for hikers and beginner mountain bikers, filled with scenic views of wildlife and plants.
ALPINE LAKE TRAIL • MIXED USE • LESS DIFFICULT
Alpine Lake is a family-friendly spacious trail that provides mixed use access to Mid Mountain trail and Alpine Lake. The trail is 1.6 miles long, with a minor drop / gain in elevation.
HOLLY’S • MIXED USE • MORE DIFFICULT
This trail brings hikers and bikers to and from Red Pine Lodge via the base area and the bottom of Red Pine Gondola. Although the trail can be used in either direction, down is preferred (especially for bikers). This trail drops 900’ in approximately 4 miles. Leave Red Pine Lodge on the Mid Mountain trail and head over to Lookout Peak. From there, follow Holly’s to the base area.
AMBUSH • MIXED USE • MORE DIFFICULT
This 2.7 mile singletrack can be accessed from Holly’s near Sun Lodge with 1,200’ of elevation gain. Ambush provides access to Mid Mountain, Rosebud’s Heaven and Rob’s.
GOLDFINGER • MIXED USE • MORE DIFFICULT
Accessible from either Iron Man or Mid Mountain, this trail is full of switchbacks and is best enjoyed from the south to the north.
MID MOUNTAIN • MIXED USE • MORE DIFFICULT
The Mid Mountain trail meanders through Canyons at an approximate elevation of 8,000’. This is a multi-use trail; please be aware that hikers, mountain bikers and horses could be on the trail at any time. Please be aware of your location as you leave the boundaries of Canyons. The approximate length of this trail to the resort boundary on the south is 4 miles and the length to the resort boundary on the north is 4 miles.
WASATCH CREST RIDGE CONNECTOR • MIXED USE • VERY DIFFICULT
Accessed from the Mid Mountain trail, this is a difficult climb that gains access to the Wasatch Crest trail and upper Mill Creek Canyon. In the shade all day, this trail is the perfect escape from the mid-day heat. Does not return to resort base.