Park City - Biking and Hiking

Tune up your bikes and lace up your hiking boots! As the winter snows melt into summer, the Park City area comes alive with endless choices of mountain excursions for outdoor enthusiasts. The hills surrounding Park City offer more than 150 miles of public trails ideal for hiking and biking. From scenic strolls to adrenaline-raising terrain, Park City is a great Mountain Biking destination.

Major mountain biking and hiking trails run throughout the area ski resorts as well through town. Click the links at top right for info on trails at the resorts. Below we list other area trails. (This pdf map shows Park City Mountain Resort area bike trails.)

= Easy = More Difficult
= Most Difficult = Extreme

Beaver Creek Trail Easy
Dirt trail that follows a creek pooled by occasional beaver dams, on the west side of the Uinta Mountains. Trailhead is east of Kamas on Hwy 150 (Mirr...(more)

Deer Valley Resort More Difficult
Deer Valley Resort has become a very popular place for lift-served mountain biking. At the top of the lift, you can choose from a multitude of downhil...(more)

Glenwild Loop More Difficult
Fun loop suitable for bikers just getting into the technical rides. Trailhead is in Glenwild area. A parking area kiosk shows the route. Steep climbs. (more)

High Meadow Loop More Difficult
The trail winds along a stream through aspen, pine and fir forests ending at Red Pine Lodge (more)

Holly's Downhill Extreme
From the top of the gondola, wind back down to the bottom of the mountain (more)

Homeward Bound Extreme
Contains freestyle features (more)

Lake Side Trails Easy
Paved trails around the lakes by Snow Park parking lots (more)

McHenry's Practice Loop Easy
Perfect trail to practice your skills and to get familiar with your bike (more)

Mid-Mountain Trail Most Difficult
This singletrack trail stretches from Park City to The Canyons, following the mountain contour at about the 8,000 foot level. Various options exist to...(more)

Naildriver More Difficult
Sharp switchbacks and panoramic views (more)

Ontario Loop Most Difficult
Single-track traverse with great views of Silver Lake Village (more)

Rail Trail Easy
Doubletrack following an old railroad route. Goes along farmlands, the Weber River and Echo Reservoir, from the Prospector area of Park City down to E...(more)

Red Pine Loop Easy
View wildlife along this slightly elevated loop. Great for beginner bikers and hikers. (more)

Shadow Lake Most Difficult
Popular intermediate/advanced loop with a spur up to Shadow Lake. Most of the route is singletrack. Trailheads are at Sweeney Switchbacks and Spiro Tr...(more)

Shingle Creek Extreme
Narrow singletrack near the Uinta Mountains going through pine forest, meadows and by streams. Trailhead is 9 miles from Kamas on Hwy 150 (Mirror Lake...(more)

Soap Stone Basin More Difficult
Doubletrack leading into the Uinta Mountains with overviews down the Duchene River gorge. Trailhead is 15 miles east of Kamas on Hwy 150 (Mirror Lake...(more)

Steps Trail Extreme
Another advanced downhill ride from the top of PayDay Lift. Beautiful views (more)

Super G Trees More Difficult
A single track with long turns through the aspens (more)

Sweeney Switchbacks Most Difficult
Advanced downhill from the top of PayDay Lift. Steep, with tight turns and lots of rocks. (more)

TBB "Team Big Bear" Extreme
Cross-country trail through open meadows and then drops through rugged forest (more)

Tombstone More Difficult
Offers wonderful ridgeline views and a birds-eye glimpse into the DreamScape basin (more)

Tour de Homes More Difficult
A mix of dirt road and single track following ski runs through some of Deer Valleys most beautiful homes (more)

Tour Des Suds Extreme
True cross-country trail mainly on single track (more)

Wasatch Crest Ridge Connector More Difficult
Moderate climb to the Wasatch Crest trail and upper Millcreek Canyon. In the shade all day (more)

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Lodging, guides, and bike rentals are available throughout the area.

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