Park City

Park City is Utah’s best destination for any and every mountain adventure you can think of. With a lift that takes you directly from downtown straight to Park City Mountain, you really can’t beat the access to the mountains. Go from grabbing a coffee on Main Street to taking in an epic summit view of the Wasatch Range in just minutes. Fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, hot air balloon rides, alpine coasters, zip lines, and even bobsledding are all options for a day spent in Park City.

Top Adventures in Park City

  • Hike Past Mining Relics in Daly Canyon

    To get to Daly Canyon, just continue up Main Street in Park City. The road turns to dirt soon after the last house and a gate is closed across the road not far beyond that.  Hiking, biking, or jogging up the old road you'll have the stream to your...

    2.5 miles 500 ft gain

  • Run the Historic Park City Union Pacific Rail Trail

    The Park City Rail Trail is a fantastic trail for walks, running, and biking in the spring, summer, and fall. During the winter it's groomed so you can Nordic ski, fat bike, run or walk.  Park City's historic Union Pacific Rail Trail has been pave...

    28 miles 800 ft gain

  • Mountain Bike Deer Valley, Park City

    If you’re a downhill bomber, you came to the right place. The resort has lift-served singletrack of every difficulty with machine-built table tops, berms, tree runs and technical obstacles. If cross country is more your scene, there are miles of f...

    7 miles 1200 ft gain

  • Bike or Hike Park City's Mid Mountain Trail

    The Mid-Mountain Trail is unique to Park City. It's an epic trail that connects Deer Valley, to Park City Mountain Resort, and Canyons Village. Traversing at approximately 8,300 feet elevation, the trail is comprised of 13 sections and is a 22.8 m...

    22.8 miles 4457 ft gain

  • Hike Iron Mountain

    Start up the trail that begins off of a small roundabout. Once you are on the trail, you will pass through a field before starting your journey to the top of Iron Mountain. The trail will then take you into a wooded path to the top of Iron Mountai...

    2.25 miles 900 ft gain

  • Hike Quarry Mountain in Park City

    The Quarry Mountain trail is a less-traveled option than the Iron Mountain trail in Park City offering unique views of McPolin Farm to the west, Kimball Junction and Old Ranch Road to the north, Park City to the south, and Promontory Ranch to the ...

    2.2 miles 740 ft gain

  • Hike Empire Pass Ridge

    Starting at an elevation of 8,960 feet at Empire Pass, the trail follows the ridge to the west. It starts off on a gravel road, but quickly turns into a single-track trail once you pass the buried water tank. For the most part, you will stay on th...

    3.25 miles 800 ft gain

  • Hike Clayton Peak in Utah's Wasatch Mountains

    Clayton Peak is approximately 1.5 miles from Guardsman Pass (3 miles round trip), and you'll gain about 1,600 feet of climbing.  There is parking on top of the pass, but it fills up quickly with hikers and mountain bikers during peak season as thi...

    3 miles 1600 ft gain

  • Backpack to Bloods and Lackawaxen Lakes

    This trail is just outside of Big Cottonwood Canyon which forbids both dogs and swimming due to the Salt Lake watershed. As a result, dogs and swimming are more than welcome. Blood Lake and Lackawaxen Lake Trailhead can be reached by driving up B...

    4 miles 1040 ft gain

  • Mountain Bike the Wasatch Crest Trail

    There are two popular starting points from Guardsman Road. The lower trail climbs and the higher one trail descends, then they converge at Scott's Pass below Puke Hill. The shuttled ride ends with a pavement rush down Mill Creek Canyon (and a poss...

  • Hike Fantasy Ridge to Desolation Peak from Canyons Village

    The easiest way to start this hiking only trail is to jump on the Red Pine Gondola at the Canyons Village of Park City Mountain Resort. If you have an Epic Pass, the lift is free. Otherwise, you'll need to buy a ticket to ride to the base of Red P...

    6.5 miles 2000 ft gain

  • Photograph Guardsman Pass & The Alpine Loop

    Since this is a loop you can start at either end, but this is the way we did it. Start driving up Big Cottonwood Canyon. Enjoy the views and take in the impressive peaks on either side of the road. See the changes in vegetation as you gain elevati...

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