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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking and Hiking

Park City's abundant selection of hiking and mountain biking trails are great for all skill levels. We'll be running the Crescent Hi-Speed Quad which will get you to the top of Crescent Ridge in just minutes! PayDay Lift will accommodate these services on days when Crescent Lift is not scheduled to operate, plus (for season passholders) you can also access the Red Pine Gondola at Canyons Village! See our Operating Schedule for more details.

Need help exploring the abundant selection of trails? A detailed trail map is available at the ticket windows (provided by Mountain Trails Foundation) for a $5 donation.

NOTE: Due to continued EPA and United Park City Mines work, along with instillation of new snowmaking lines in the Treasure Hollow area of the Resort, there will be an interruption of Jenni’s Trail between Upper Loose Moose and Mid Mountain for the majority of the summer season. The same reroute that was used during the trail work last year will be used again and the reroute will be indicated at appropriate trail intersections. Updates will be made as they become available regarding reopening the trail. Thank you for your cooperation in adhering to this reroute to ensure safety to all riders and hikers. Please follow Mountain Trails on Facebook for the most up-to-date trail information.

Mountain bike rentals are available at Legacy Sports or Breeze Rentals in the Park City Base Area and Canyon Mountain Rentals in Canyons Village.

Summer 2017 Lift Served Mountain Biking & Hiking Pricing
(does not include bike park)

2017 Season
Scenic chairlift ride or hiking day pass – adult (13 and older)
$24
Scenic chairlift ride or hiking day pass – junior (5 to 12 years old)
$21
Scenic chairlift ride or hiking day pass – child (4 and younger)   
complimentary
Bike Haul day pass – adult (13 and older)             
$30
Bike Haul day pass – junior (5 to 12 years old)    
$26
Scenic chairlift ride or hiking season pass – adult (13 and older)               
(Chairlift access - Crescent, PayDay, Town, High Meadow, Shortcut and Red Pine Gondola lifts)
$119
Scenic chairlift ride or hiking season pass – junior (5 to 12 years old)
(Chairlift access - Crescent, PayDay, Town, High Meadow, Shortcut and Red Pine Gondola lifts)
$45
 PayDay lift only available for bikes when Crescent is not scheduled to open  

Prices subject to change. Patrons must be able to approach the load point under their own power.  Assistance available upon request.
*Helmets and a signed waiver are required for all mountain bike riders. Riders under 18 must have a parent or guardian present to sign waiver. 
**All prices subject to change. No refunds or credits due to weather 
2017 Season: May 26 to October 1, 2017 (Canyons Village lifts open on June 16)

2017 Trail Map

2017 Summer Hiking & Biking Trail Map - Park City Base Area

To download a high resolution version of the 2017 trail map, click here. Printed maps are available at all lodging properties, ticket offices and guest service locations. Visit Mountain Trails Foundation for a more detailed map, or purchase one for $5 at Park City Mountain ticket offices.

Park City Base Area Trails Map Summer 2017

Trails: Park City Base Area

SILVER SPUR • MIXED USE
Silver Spur is a short, .57-mile trail that begins just below the bottom of the Crescent Lift and base area activities, providing access to Spiro and Armstrong trails.

ARMSTRONG • MIXED USE • HIKING • UPHILL BIKE ONLY
Quickly becoming one of the most popular hiking trails in Park City, Armstrong is a mixed use trail but is uphill bike only, sharing a trailhead with Spiro and accessed via Silver Spur. It is 4 miles long with a sustained, but not steep, climb and intersects
with Mid Mountain trail.

CRESCENT MINE GRADE (CMG) • MIXED USE • PARTIAL DOWNHILL HIKE & BIKE ONLY

At 3.9 miles long, this scenic, mixed use trail intersects with Jenni’s and Mid Mountain. CMG is downhill bike only below the Jenni’s intersection and a recommended loop is to head up Jenni’s to the CMG intersection and then down CMG, creating a small, intermediate loop.

FLAT CABLE • MIXED USE
Moderate climbing, intermediate technical trail. Accessible from Sweeney’s Switchbacks or Jenni’s Trail.

JENNI’S TRAIL • MIXED USE

This trail is accessed via the base area and is the recommended route for those looking to hike or bike down from the top of Town Lift or PayDay lift. 5.1 miles long, this is a wide singletrack trail with moderate grade. Jenni’s is available for hiking in both directions, but is uphill bike only until the CMG intersection where it is becomes usable for multidirectional biking. If you are biking down Jenni’s, you can take Loose Moose to lower CMG in order to get back to the base area.

LOOSE MOOSE • MIXED USE • DOWNHILL HIKE & BIKE ONLY

This 1 mile section of trail is a downhill hike and bike only trail which begins halfway up Jenni’s and joins in with lower CMG, providing an alternative way down from the midpoint of Jenni’s. A recommended loop is to start up Jenni’s, head down Loose Moose to the lower section of CMG, finishing the 4.1 mile loop at the base area.

MID MOUNTAIN • MIXED USE

Mid Mountain trail is one of Park City’s most famous and well-established singletrack trails and traverses the resort at roughly 8,000 feet, crossing all two world-class ski resorts in town. This beautiful trail can be accessed by many other trails that connect throughout the resort, creating many loop possibilities.

MOJAVE • MIXED USE • DOWNHILL BIKE ONLY

This trail is 1 mile and is the recommended route down from the top of Crescent lift. As a wide singletrack trail, Mojave allows for comfortable multidirectional hiking and biking with moderate, consistent grades and is great for all levels of hikers and bikers. Mojave also connects with Mid Mountain trail, providing further options for longer or shorter loops.

SPIRO • MIXED USE
Spiro, one of the more popular trails in town, is 3.1 miles long and is great for both hiking and biking. Spiro climbs at a sustained grade through scenic switchbacks and meanders through aspens up toward the Mid Mountain trail. This trail is accessedfrom the base area via the Silver Spur trail and is great as an out-and-back option.

TOMMY’S TWO STEP • MIXED USE

This wide singletrack trail is 1.5 miles long and is a great way to ascend or descend to/from the top of the Crescent lift. From the top of Crescent, this trail hides in aspen trees as it works its way through beautiful vegetation taking you to the Mid Mountain trail. A recommended hike is to ride the Crescent lift up, hike Tommy’s Two Step down to Mid Mountain and then ride either Town Lift or PayDay lift for a scenic ride back down to either the base area or Park City’s historic Main Street.

EAGLE • MIXED USE
Accessible from mile .8 up Spiro trail is Eagle trail. 14% grade, challenging as an uphill climb and intermediate downhill due to loose corners.

JOHN’S TO SWEENEY’S • MIXED USE
This recommended combination highlights the beauty of Park City and weaves through 3.4 miles of aspens from the top of Town Lift, working its way through Sweeney’s Switchbacks and continuing down to the base of Town Lift. This trail does have roots and rocky sections, creating some technical elements and making it ideal for more advanced riders.

2017 Trail Map

2017 Summer Hiking & Biking Trail Map - Canyons Village 

To download a high resolution version of the 2016 trail map, click here. Printed maps are available at all lodging properties, ticket offices and guest service locations. Visit Mountain Trails Foundation for a more detailed map, or purchase one for $5 at Park City Mountain ticket offices.

Park City Bike Park Map Summer 2017

Trails: Canyons Village

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.

TRAIL DESCRIPTIONS

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 • EASY
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 • EASY
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 • MOST 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.

Summer Safety

 Avoid High Altitude Illness

  • The top of the resort is almost two miles above sea level!
  • Exercise in moderation.
  • Drink more water than usual. When you combine altitude with physical exertion, you need to drink before you get thirsty.
  • Eat food high in carbohydrates, such as grains, pasta, fruits and vegetables and avoid salty foods.
  • Limit alcohol consumption. Drinking alcohol and cheating yourself on sleep the night before you hike or bike is a big mistake. Use common sense.
  • Eat and drink before you hit the trail. Take extra water and high-energy food with you on the trail.

Dress Appropriately for Changing Weather

  • Wear adequate footgear with good arch, ankle support and non-skid soles.
  • Mountain weather may change at any time without warning. Thunder and lightning are very common. Be prepared for bad weather. Always carry extra, warm and waterproof clothing, including a hat.
  • Sunglasses are important not only for UV protection, but also protection from the wind which can make it hard to see objects around you.

Use Proper Skin Care Protection

  • Be sun savvy. Utah sunshine is so intense that being outdoors without sunscreen or protective eyewear is not recommended. Ultraviolet rays are more powerful at higher elevations.
  • Use sunglasses that have UV protection or are polarized.
  • Also, regardless of your skin color or complexion, everyone needs to wear sunscreen, even on overcast days when ultraviolet rays still penetrate cloud cover. Go for at least 15 SPF and apply several times a day. Look for broad-spectrum sunscreen that blocks both UVA and UVB rays - we recommend Supergoop! sunscreen for innovative UV protection.

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