Park City was once again named a “Gold-Level Ride Center” by the Mountain Bicycling Association — three years after being crowned the first IMBA “Gold-Level Ride Center” in the world. “This is the highest designation for a mountain bike destination,” IMBA communications director Mark Eller said. “No place better exemplifies the Ride Center ideal of… Read More
Summer seems to be in full swing now, warm temps and all the backcountry trails are open. If you’ve not noticed, there are a lot of projects going on around town (and we are not talking about road work!) – we are talking about trails and paths. We thought we’d take a moment and outline a… Read More
It’s National Trails Day, Saturday, June 7th. There are a few ways you can get involved! Mountain Trails Foundation will be hosting a trail work day on the new Stoneridge property (Round Valley). Click on the flyer for details! You can also get your hands dirty with Basin Recreation as they do some drainage repair… Read More
We are rapidly approaching our wonderful winter season here in Park City, Utah. With that in mind, we thought we would revisit a post that we wrote last spring that is loaded with details about how we manage the trails in our system.
This past month the Mountain Trails crew finished up work on the new PC Hill trail (hiking only recommended)
There has been a lot of talk about Muddy-Trails this spring.
New Trail Feature (July 2012): Pinecone Trail So by now (if you are an avid trail user), it should be no secret that a new trail has opened in the Park City Trail System.