Mountain Trails in the Winter
Although Park City has long been known as an alpine skiing mecca, Summit County’s Nordic trails system has grown tremendously in both size and popularity over the past several years. It has truly become a world class Nordic system that rivals the best in the country. Park City and the surrounding area now boast nearly 80 kilometers of groomed, multi-use trails.
Round Valley Open Space
Approximately 25K of trail groomed on a regular basis for classic and skate skiing can be found within the 700 acre, Round Valley Open Space (map also at bottom of page). Along with skiers, you’re likely to see dog walkers, joggers, snowshoes and snow bikes, recreating together on the Round Valley trail system. Yearly events such as the Round Valley Round Up Nordic Race and The Pedigree Stage Stop Sled Dog race are also held in Round Valley.
The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail
The “Rail Trail” extending from Bonanza Drive in Park City to Wanship offers an additional 10-20K of groomed trail which connects directly into the Round Valley trail system.
Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District
Just North of Park City, Basin Recreation provides 20K of groomed multi-use trails, some of which connect directly into the Park City system. You can find the latest grooming reports for the Basin Recreation Nordic Trails here.
White Pine Nordic Center
For the serious skier, 25K of daily groomed, fee based trails can be found at the White Pine Nordic Center.