As we roll into fall, the MTF crew is winding down another trails season- our longest and most successful to date. With a larger, more experienced crew of six, including highly skilled trail builder/machine operator Chris “Vandy” Vanderlinde, we tackled and completed three substantial new trail projects and several major restoration projects in addition to… Read More
We are on the hunt for great images from our trail users! We are in the process of planning for our 2016 trail map already, and we need your help! Now through October 15th, we will be accepting entries into our contest. If you are selected as the winner, your image will be featured on… Read More
The new Mid Mountain extension adds an additional 1.5 miles of trail to the existing Mid Mountain trail. This sweet section of trail begins just to the East of Silver Lake Lodge (Behind out near the grass) and contours northeast around Bald Eagle Mountain before intersecting the Deer Crest Trail. The new section of trail traverses… Read More
While the larger part of our trail community is highly appreciative of our 400 miles of trails, there has also been an unfortunate amount of criticism of trail organizations, landowners, and way too personal – local trail crews. All this buzzing because we, the trail users of Park City, have forgotten that we’re guests on… Read More
Please don’t forget, as we sit and wait for snow to cover our hills – morning is the best time to hit the early winter trails. #RutsSuck, if the dirt is sticking to shoes and bikes, please turn around. Please note, with this warm weather the crew has been out pushing dirt around on the… Read More
As you emerge from your garage/trailhead this spring and venture out to you favorite trail, please consider whether or not it is truly “ready-to-use.” What does “ready-to-use” mean? As an example, it means that the Glenwild trail system is not good-to-go just because a couple miles of the front-side are dry(ish). We’ve all been in this… Read More
THE CANYONS RESORT AND MOUNTAIN TRAILS ANNOUNCE NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH COFFEESHOP SERIES
Live PC/Give PC fundraiser 2013 is a Huge Success, Raising $832,000!
A new non-motorized loop trail will run from the park’s Pine Creek Campground to the park’s north end, down Dutch Canyon to the Dutch Canyon Trailhead, and then back to Pine Canyon.