Summer and Fall in Park City - Mountain Biking and Hiking
We love Park City just as much in the summer!
Getting out on your bike or putting on your hiking boots can give you as much enjoyment in the beautiful surroundings and feeling of freedom that skiing gives you in the winter.
The hills surrounding Park City offer over 400 miles of public trails, which are ideal for mountain hiking and biking, offering great options for any level of rider and any style of riding.
Perfect for beginners, the Rail Trail extends 28 miles through the valley.
Part of the Great Western Trail, the 20-mile Wasatch Crest Trail is one of the best in the area.
Designated downhill trails let riders take off at full speed.
Road bikers have plenty of options, using the Rail Trail to access the higher mountain roads.
All three resorts--Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort--offer lift-served mountain biking, so sit back and enjoy the ride up the mountain, then explore miles of scenic mountain trails.
Mountain bike rentals are available at a variety of shops in the Park City Mountain Resort base area and in town. Their staff are a great resource for tips on where to go to find the right trail for your family and ability levels.
From scenic strolls to adrenaline-raising terrain, Park City is a great place for a mountain biking vacation.
Park City is beautiful all year round!
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