Park City boasts an extensive trail network of over 400 miles of public access trails designated exclusively for non-motorized recreation.
This exceptionally well designed and maintained trail system is anchored by the Mountain Trails Foundation - Park City’s governing trail body – in conjunction with the Snyderville Basin Recreation District and the Park City Municipal Corporation. With long and fast descents, technical sections and features, heart-pounding climbs, multiple bike parks for all levels, and world class ski resorts providing lift-access mountain biking, Park City is as versatile in terrain as it is breathtaking in scenery.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has designated Park City as a Gold Level Ride Center. With its world class combination of ample amenities and amazing single-track, Park City has become a premier mountain biking destination -- over 100 bars and restaurants, thousands of hotel rooms, art shows and free outdoor concerts several nights a week, a free public bus system, and the trail network to connect it all.
Mountain biking in Park City is a complete experience. Take the whole family out for afternoon rides on gentle rolling single track and end at a new restaurant every night. Or, catch the free bus up to the Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley, ride the Mid-Mountain trail across Park City Mountain and end at Canyons Village for a free concert. Ride the chairlifts up at any of the resorts and hit the downhill trails on a long travel bike, and you’ll see why Park City has the world class biking to match its world renown skiing.