Park City, Utah

Mountain Bike Deer Valley, Park City

7 Miles Total - 1200 ft gain - Loop Trail

Originally added by Travis Poulson

An almost unlimited playground set in the gorgeous Park City mountains. You can ride all levels of difficulty served by lift, or explore the less crowded cross country trails.

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 forested climbs, beautiful views and enjoyable downhill.

To ride the lifts, park at the Snow Park Lodge, where you’ll buy your ticket and rent a bike/protective gear if you need to. Then ride the Silver Lake Express lift to the mountain biking staging area. From here you can choose between the downhill playground of the Sterling Express lift, or the bi-directional trails of the Ruby Express lift.

If you wish to explore the cross-country trails without riding lifts, there are many places around the valley to access the extensive trail system. The Mid Mountain Trail links to several of these trails making it a highway of sorts. A few of my favorites are: Corvair, Road to Ruby and Team Big Bear.

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Aspens Galore

Park City had some of the most gorgeous trails I’ve ever mountain biked down. Aspens lined some of the trails and filled the mountain. It was in the summer so their leaves were crisp and green and fluttered in the summer breeze. The trails were amazing to bike and hike down. Truly some of the best trails I’ve traveled down.

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on.

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