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Level: Beginner
Length: 12 mi (19.3 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Loop
Elevation: +162/ -130 ft
Total: 72 riders

Mountain Biking Round Valley

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#92 of 693 mountain bike trails in Utah
#2,466 in the world

Nice network of intermediate singletrack in a open space preserve. Good veiws, some nice curvy sections of trail. Well maintained good training ride.

First added by odogtriever on May 11, 2006. Last updated May 8, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: yes
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
Trail head is at highway 248 & Quins Junction. Quins Junction is off highway 40. Their are maps available at all PC bike shops.
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  • joydo

    Visiting here from TN. So we're not "trained athletes " and we are old ( 60 ) but I don't think these trails are "easy ". Compare them to some of the trails on the mountain , like Armstrong and you might call them easy but they have a degree of challenge. Never the less - they are FUN!! Especially like Rambler - great flowy Singletrack with nothing too technical. Lots of options to make different loops. Wish we had more days here . Best to early in the day if the sun is out and it is hot as there is no shade.

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  • Jim Cummings

    The area has a nice open spaces feel and the trails undulate more than enough for some gutsy training rides. They are popular two-way, shared-use trails.

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  • Bradford Leinberger

    fun trails, easy to get to from SLC, great for a quick lunch ride or before work. lots of options to do different short rides or make a longer one. Great for those of us who aren't pro athletes. They are always improving the trails and maintain them very well.

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  • Kuato

    This was my first time @ Round Valley. I liked the trail system as it is intermediate in difficulty with climbs that the average out of shape person can complete. The area is replete with scrub brush, but no Aspens or Fir Trees that I saw. It does contain some flowy sections of downhill over smooth dirt as well as rock gardens. The trails are well marked and there are several parking areas/TH's to begin from.

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  • gregval   ✓ supporter

    Nothing much more to add. Good early season ride, lots of loop options. The climbs/downhills are gradual, mostly smooth, and very flowy (fun). No big climbs, so easier for that "easy" day, after climbing in PCMR.

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  • Phillychris498

    Enjoyed Round Valley! One of the easiest trail systems in Park City.

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  • knanier

    Basic beginner train. Can find some more difficult stuff, but pretty mediocre considering the area.

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  • Greg Heil   ✓ supporter

    Mostly smooth, rolling black dirt Singletrack through the sage. Very beginner friendly.

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  • mobenw

    Mostly smooth single track but a little sandy, a liitle rocky. Having this interlaced group of fun, flowy high desert trails is a nice change of pace from the nearby mountains. Very well marked (as all trails in Park City seem to be) with lots of total mileage to be had.

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  • trixxer

    This trail system is a great early season options for locals and lower elevation for visitors. Easy single track trails that spiderweb all over the area, so it is easy to put together some fun loops. Also a great place to bring younger riders as most the climbing is easy and the trails never get too technical for them to handle. Great family ride location, with a small park and sporting complex by the parking lot.

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  • rogerk

    Fun singletrack. A good low elevation first day option for us visitors from the flatlands.

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