The mountains and high desert surrounding Park City, including over 7000 acres of preserved open space, serve as the canvas for over 350 miles of non-motorized, recreational trail. During the summer months, mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding reign in popularity. As fall turns to winter along the Wasatch Back and the trail system is blanketed in the greatest snow on earth, fat tires are traded in for skinny skis and ribbons of corduroy and classic track weave in and out of the valleys enticing Nordic skiers, snowshoers and snowbikers. This seamless, year-round trail system is made possible through a collaborative effort with Park City Municipal Corp, Snyderville Basin Recreation, Summit County and local resorts and may well be the best in the country today.
With the popularity of backcountry trails, wildlife encounters have increased significantly in recent years. Wildlife viewing is a tremendous added value to the trail experience, but surprise encounters occur frequently and knowing how to react is important. For more information go to www.wildawareutah.org. For specific information about wildlife you may direct any questions/concerns to email@example.com.
Latest Trail Map
The latest version of the Mountain Trails Map is available now, see below for a list of locations where you can get yours.
Printed copies of the Park City summer trail map are available at:
- Visitor’s Center
- Museum on Main Street
- White Pine Touring
- JANS Mountain Outfitters
- Cole Sport
- Pearl Izumi
- Silver Star & Ski
- Sports Authority
- Dolly’s Bookstore
- and a variety of other locations
Individuals are welcome to pick up a copy at any of those locations; a suggested donation of $5 is requested.
leave a message at the office [649-6839] or preferably email us with your business name and location and a bundle will be delivered to you. Please allow a couple of days for us to retrieve the message and deliver the maps. Those working at concierge desks, in real estate offices, or other businesses are encouraged to direct map inquiries to one of the outdoor shops.
Local Map Resources
Basin Recreation – downloadable PDF maps available