This is where you can find frequent updates on the Mountain Biking trails and rides in the Park City and Deer Valley communities. Park City has many great single-track trails throughout the entire town, and throughout the mountains including the local ski resorts. Our amazing network of awesome trails is one of the biggest reasons to buy real estate in Park City. Deer Valley Resort, Park City Mountain Resort and Canyons Resort all offer lift serviced mountain biking and hiking with various trails, downhill runs, and even terrain features such as jumps and berms. Park City, Utah is becoming a national and international biking destination and there are now many, many choices for enjoying a great ride. Depending on your ability level, and experience in biking we can make some great recommendations for you to try. Or give us a call, and we'll even take you out on a ride, would be lots of fun! Call local Park City Realtor Sean at 435-901-2158, I go often and would be happy to shop you around our amazing trails
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Deer Valley Resort is hosting its inaugural Mountain Beer Festival on September 17 and 18, from 11 am to 4 pm. Utah has a celebrated brewing culture, including smaller producers such as Offset Bier and Park City Brewing to more nationally recognized breweries including Squatters and Uinta. The beer festival is an excellent opportunity to sample a wide range of flavors and styles from over a dozen Utah brewers.
For many locals, the fall season is the best time to be in Park City, and there could not be a better location for a beer festival than Silver Lake Village, with a backdrop of the resort's surrounding peaks. Festival goers will begin their day with free parking at the Snow Park base. Check-in is located on the Main Plaza at Snow Park Lodge. A
If you are visiting Park City and only have time to do one mountain bike ride, a trail we would recommend is Charlie's 9K Trail. As the name implies, the 9K Trail meanders up and down at an elevation of around 9000 feet. This trail is similar to the very popular Mid-Mountain Trail at 8000 feet. Charlie's 9K is easy to get to and can be biked (or hiked) as an out-and-back, enabling you to determine how far out you want to go and simply turn around and ride back. In the hot summer months, this is an ideal trail to ride as it is at a high elevation which is naturally cooler. Additionally, much of the ride is under the canopy of a mix of aspens and fir trees, providing a nice amount of shade from the sun.
For 2021, Park City is changing up the schedule for one of our most popular holidays. Independence Day in Park City is widely regarded as one of the best times to visit. Over the years, this holiday has seen packed crowds, throughout the day, with many family-friendly activities. Park City has decided to space the holiday celebration over three days to space out the crowd levels as we emerge from the COVID pandemic. This year, the 4th of July falls on a Sunday. The famous Park City Parade will be on Friday the 2nd. For Saturday the 3rd, we'll have the Air Force Flyover and outdoor concerts at Park City's Canyons Village. Sunday will feature the Park Silly Sunday Market and a car-free Main Street.
We also want to remind the community that under the
There is no better way to experience Park City, Utah’s breathtaking scenery than by hitting the trails! Park City offers more than 400 miles of single and double track trails that cater to all levels of mountain bikers, hikers, and runners. Locals embrace our trail life, and we are lucky that there are trails accessible from pretty much anywhere in town. Check out the following trails if you are looking to take in some magnificent views.
Whether you access the trail from the Rail Trail or Aerie Drive, you’ll enjoy some mellow switchbacks and stunning vistas of Old Town, Park City Mountain, and Deer Valley.
This iconic trail runs along the ridge between Big Cottonwood Canyon and Park City Mountain. It’s hugely
It's time to dust off your helmet, tune your bike and head outside! That's right, May is bike month here in Park City. And with several events this month, celebrating pedal power will be easy.
SATURDAY, MAY 12,8AM-5PM & SUNDAY MAY 13, 11AM-3PM YOUNG RIDERS BIKE SWAP The Yard, 1251 Kearns Boulevard
TUESDAY, MAY 15 & WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 SUMMIT BIKE SHARE FARE FREE DAYS Take a free e-bike ride from any of the nine bike-share stations throughout the greater Park City area. Register for a free "go pass" by entering code bikemonth and receive one free 45-minute trip.
FRIDAY, MAY 18, 7:0-10AM. BIKE TO WORK, SCHOOL, PLAYDAY, PARK CITY Park City High School Visitors Parking Lot Breakfast, Bicycle Safty Material & Bike Tune-Ups Students biking to school
The temps are rising and the snow is melting. This is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the amazing hiking trails here in Park City. Here are a few of our favorites, along with some general tips and tricks for the beauty that is spring hiking in Park City.
LOST PROSPECTOR The Lost Prospector trail is a quintessential Park City classic, and for all trail lovers. It is accessible for recreation during the spring, sitting on the ridgeline just above the town, Lost Prospector is a great out-and-back hike option, or a loop if integrated with the Rail Trail. The trail offers stunning views of Park City, and of both resorts. There are other trail options that run along/intersect with Lost Prospector if hiking in a loop is
Now is the perfect time to Fall in Love with Park City. The weather is just right for biking and taking in the many gorgeous Fall hikes Park City has to offer. The incredible Fall colors and crisp cooler temps alone should be reason enough for anyone to start having strong feelings for Park City, but if you need another reason to Fall in love you may want to flirt with one of these Fall Lodging deals.
Montage Deer Valley is one of the best places to experience the romance of Park City. The Montage is one of the most luxe hotels in town.The Montage’s Fall in Love package offers deluxe overnight accommodations with rose petal turndown, chocolate-covered strawberries promptly upon arrival, valet parking and a romantic dinner for two ($200 value) in the…
It's definitely the shortest season here in Park City, however Fall offers up the most colorful season of the year. Autumn colors are appearing on the hillsides, and soon the mountains of Park City will be covered in gold. We highly recommend getting on a trail as soon as you can, if you can catch a day in-between the rain and snow. It will defiantly be worth it. Here are a few of our favorite places to take in the mountains of Park City in all her Fall glory.
McLeod Creek Trail If you want to see a view of the surrounding area, then this all-age friendly trail will be perfect. You can walk or bike this all whole crushed-gravel path over bridges and along the creak (and even connect to the Millennium Trail which runs all the way to Summit Park). It might be…
While driving through Park City it's impossible not to notice the sights of the Utah Olympic Park with the infamous green ski jumps, which were built and used for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The Utah Olympic Park is home to six Nordic ski jumps, where Olympians and skiers have practiced and competed ever since. Its crazy enough in its own right to watch athletes go down the jump time and time again, however on Saturday September 30th hundreds of competitors will be climbing up the jump for the Red Bull 400 event. While 400 meters may not seem like much (one lap on a regulation track) for the typical competitor, this race will start at the bottom of the K120 ski jump and continue up, as the competitors make their way towards the top of the jump it will become…
Many moons ago local dedicated mountain bikers would celebrate the end of summer and the upcoming fall season by riding a 7 mile stretch between City Park and Gaurdsmans Pass. In order to make the 2,700 verticle incline race more enticing, said riders would park a keg at the top of their climb. This annual event became the now known Tour De Suds. And to this day, even 38 years later, the event remains very much the same. This laid back and cheerful race attracts both competitive and non-competitive riders of all ages (kids under the age of 17 ride for free).
Finishing times range from forty seven minuets to just over two and a half hours. The only aspect that is consistent in all the riders is the hilarious and often over the top costumes worn by the…