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Level: Intermediate
Length: 150 mi (241.4 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +1,928/2 ft
Total: 79 riders
 

Mountain Biking Deer Valley Resort Bike Park

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#33 of 690 mountain bike trails in Utah
#830 in the world

The Deer Valley area encompasses all of the trails in the Deer Valley ski resort, butting up against PCMR near Empire Lodge, and running all the way North to Jordanelle and Deer Valley Drive.
This area includes numerous downhill-only lift-accessed trails in the resort, but it also includes many multi-use two-way trails as well.

Before you go
  • No Drinking water
  • No E-bikes permitted
  • No Fat biking allowed in winter
  • No Fee required
  • Lift service
  • Night riding allowed
  • No Pump track
  • Restrooms
Getting there
There are three main places to access Deer Valley Resort: Snow Park Lodge, Silver Lake Village, and Empire Canyon Lodge... The main car park is at Snow Park Lodge. It is 1.4 miles from downtown Park City along Deer Valley Drive. You can reach the other two directly from highway 224. Bike rental is available at all three places. If you're at the resort to sample their great downhill trails you could park at Snow Park Lodge, buy your lift ticket there, and take the Silver Lake Express chairlift up to Silver Lake Village where the downhill lift starts. Alternatively, go direct to Silver Lake Village or get the regular bus from Park City.
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Rider questions

Q: Planning a trip up with a group that includes beginners. Any recommended trails for them to play on while the experienced riiders take on the more advanced stuff?
A: There is a lift assisted down-slope trail called Holly Roller that runs from the top of the Sterling Express lift. It is 4 miles long and descends 1300 feet. It is easy but would not suit an absolute beginner. There is a short trail near Snow Park Lodge but it wouldn't keep anyone amused for long...

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  • Jim Cummings
    *****

    All the downhill trails at Deer Valley Resort hang off the Sterling Express Chairlift which rises 1300 feet from Silver Lake Village in the middle of the resort area to the top of Bald Mountain. Here is a quick trail rundown:---

    *** Holy Roller, easy, 4 miles long, lots of rollers, machine made, wide, a down-slope trail rather than Downhill, for beginners...
    *** Sunset, intermediate, 1.6 miles long, narrow, handmade, twisty, rooty, rocky, keeps you focused...
    *** Nail Driver, intermediate, 2 miles long, narrow, hand made, some rock garden, some loose gravel, always interesting...
    *** Tidal Wave, intermediate, 2 miles long, machine made flow trail with bermed corners and dozens of outstanding table-top jumps. It's rough and chattery at the top but soon settles down to become THE BEST INTERMEDIATE TABLE-TOP JUMP TRAIL ON THE PLANET!!!....
    *** Twist and Shout, Aspen Slalom, Free Style, Fire Swamp, and Thieves Forest are all steep, twisty, narrow, handmade, expert or extreme trails featuring drops, ruts, roots, rocks and the usual intensely technical downhill features. They are all excellent trails of their type....
    *** Tsunami, advanced, machine-made flow trail featuring giant, swooping bermed corners and lots of outstanding, big, peaky (steep take-off angle) table-top jumps. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST ADVANCED FLOW TRAILS FEATURING TABLE-TOP JUMPS ON THE PLANET!!!...

    There are also lots of excellent cross-country (two-way, shared) trails in the Deer Valley Resort. I'll leave their review to other riders.

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  • mjj1066
    Reviewing Corvair:
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    Uphill this is a moderately challenging climb that is mostly smooth and wide until the top. Near the top of TG there are several rocky and steep pitches then continues up to views off the Wasatch Crest. Downhill, this is a relatively fast flowing trail with minimal tech besides the short section that overlaps TG. Mostly firm and good grip trail conditions.

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  • Chris Daniels
    Reviewing Corvair:

    Not really sure what "corvair" trail is, but we rode DV bike park and it is an absolute blast! Tidal Wave is the primetime, fast, wide, flowy downhill we rode about every other lift with a black diamond thrown in between. Some very gnarly, tech descents and some freeride if you keep your eyes peeled. This is a new must-ride for me whenever in Utah.

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  • *****

    So much hand-cut single track above MidMtn. These trails have such a variety that everyone from advanced to sub-intermediate, from DH to XC will be pleased. Mid Mountain always has traffic, but if you take a few minutes to pick up a PC Summer Map and plan then you can minimize the slowdowns. This same review holds true for the trails around PCMR.

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  • Chris Daniels
    *****

    Great trail system adjacent to PC. Raced so XC here and took mid-mountain trial from Deer Valley. Great loops, lots of options.

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  • dgw2jr
    ***

    The trail is nice but is far too crowded to ride on the weekend. Try to get here during the week if you can.

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  • dgw2jr
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    The trail is nice but is far too crowded to ride on the weekend. Try to get here during the week if you can.

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  • Phillychris498
    *****

    Loved the trails here! The cross country trails were nice and had some flow and climbs, while the downhill was unbelievable!! Great place

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  • Greg Heil
    *****

    Yet another humungous trail network accessible from Park City. The sheer number of trails and the trail density in Park City will blow your mind.

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  • Greg Heil
    Reviewing Payroll:
    *****

    Fantastic trail! This is easily my favorite trail from day 1 of my Park City trip. The gnar, flow, drops, jumps... this has it all in less than a mile. Man, I wish we had just pedaled up to the top and done laps on this bad boy!

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  • owen
    Reviewing Snow Park Loop:
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    This is a fun trail, but far cry from some of the older better known trails such as Tour De Suds. This Trail, (as is most of the newer Park City Trails) was built using a small trail building dozer. This makes it wider and less inclined to follow the natural features of the mountain terrain. Still a fast fun trail.

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  • gab26
    Reviewing Snow Park Loop:
    *****

    Park city has some awesome mountain biking up there and it is relatively uncrowded compared to the stuff in Southern Utah. I found the single track through the aspens to be great loads of fun.

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