Posted on: August 22, 2012
There’s no better feeling than racing down an exhilarating bike track in the beautiful Park City mountains. There are dozens of trails for any skill level, whether you are looking for a quiet ride with a friend or a ferocious uphill trek. Exploring Park City’s flora and fauna during a comfortable ride through the wilderness is a great way to make the most of our beautiful outdoors during the summer season. Make your Utah vacation even better by checking out the following trails next time you visit Park City.
Try mountain biking on your next Utah vacation
There are more than 150 miles of public trails ideal for hiking and biking in the Park City area so here are five suggestions to get you started.
Gambel Oak Loop: Located South-East of Park City, this trail is open May through October and has some light climbing and technical areas.
Wasatch Crest Ridge Connector: This relaxed ride has a moderate climb to the Wasatch Crest trail and upper Millcreek Canyon. It is mostly in the shade, but be sure to stay hydrated regardless.
Wasatch Crest – Midmountain Loop: If you’re an expert rider, this trail is for you. There is a lot of climbing at high altitudes and some trails are quite long and difficult.
Midmountain Trail (North): Visit this trail June through to September, it is for immediate riders and reaches the 8000 foot mark above Park City after beginning with an incline.
Rail Trail: This track follows an old railroad route and moves through the prospector area of Park City.
Looking for somewhere to stay for a great Utah vacation? Try our Park City Hotel
Did you know many more hiking and biking trails are accessible from our north lawn? We are in the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts. If you want to come experience our beautiful mountainous region, stay in luxury at Park City Peaks. From our swim in and out pool to our elegantly furnished rooms, we have many satisfied customers and have earned a great reputation based on quality. Contact Park City Peaks to make a booking.