Routes, Areas, Conditions, Sustainability
Park City Trails
Our updated interactive trail map includes info on trail areas, suggested routes, and an interactive tool to build your own route. It’s updated with trail closures, parking info, dog-friendly areas, hiking, biking and nordic.
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Live Parking Cams
The cameras below will help you view parking and trailhead conditions in real time. Hover over the image to change locations from Bonanza Flats, Bloods Lake and Mid Mountain.
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Dogs on Trails
Park City has a reputation for being a dog-friendly community, but there are enforceable leash laws in Summit County. In off-leash areas such as Round Valley, the privilege is being threatened because of incidents involving poor judgment – or outright disrespect – on the part of just a few dog owners.
Dogs on Trails
Off-leash dogs can become confused by bikers and skiers. If a dog crosses the path of even a slow moving skier or biker, significant injury can result to person, dog or equipment. Confused animals can also do things their owners do not expect, like biting. Don’t find out the hard way that your nervous dog is a biter. Damages and injuries will likely become the liability of the person who allowed the dog to be off-leash. A dog owner found in violation of leash laws, could be sued!
There is no Poop Fairy
Dog waste is not part of a healthy ecosystem and dog owners are expected to remove dog waste – regardless of where it falls. If a dog goes bushwhacking and lays one down, then the owner needs to go bushwhacking and pick it up. Trash receptacles are often placed 100+ yards up trail from a trailhead, but if your dog relieves itself beyond that, do the responsible thing and pick up/carry out the waste. Do not leave a “doggie bag” on the side of the trail. More often than not, they are forgotten and left to rot on the side of a trail. Bring extra waste removal bags just in case.
Common Sense Leashing
Always place dogs on leash immediately upon arriving at trailhead parking lots. That way excited pooches never get the chance to harass others, get hit by a car or sneak in a bathroom break while owners are distracted.
Stay Clear of Wildlife
Leash dogs immediately upon wildlife encounter and keep your distance. Do not let your pet chase or play with wildlife.