Summer is a great time to be in Park City! The snow may be gone, but the warm weather and beautiful mountain landscape presents prime hiking and biking opportunities for any summer visitor. Here are some biking and hiking spots that’ll get you out of your hotel and into the crisp mountain air.

Biking

summer Biking in Park CityPark City is home to loads of biking trails, with a wide variety of difficulty levels to choose from. If you’re looking for something easy enough for the whole family, take in the rural scenery of the rail trail, a double track following an old railroad route along Park City farmlands and the Weber River. For something a little more challenging, take a spin through the Naildriver and enjoy the sharp switchbacks and panoramic views. And if you’re looking for a real adrenaline rush on the bike, take Holly’s Downhill, which goes from the top of the gondola and winds back down to the bottom of the mountain. The Mid-Mountain trail, which stretches from Park City to The Canyons, following the mountain contour, is also quite the challenge for the more adventurous mountain bikers. Click here for a full list of Park City’s premiere biking trails

Hiking

In the summertime, Park City offers some of the most beautiful and challenging hiking trails in the nation. If you’re looking for a nice, easy, nature-filled hike, take a jaunt through the 4.5 mile Beaver Creek trail. If you’re looking more challenging, check out some of the lift-served hiking offered at the Deer Valley Resort. The Promontory Trail also offers some more challenging trails, as well as intermediate and advanced hiking and biking paths. No matter what type of hike you’re looking for, Park City has the trail for you!

Transportation

summer hiking in park cityPlanning the logistics of your park city trip can often be challenging without travel guides. We can help you to get a smooth ride between your high adventure summer activities. Book with Peak Transportation today!