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Park City Area Winter Trails

Park City boasts over 50km of groomed trails in the winter, contributing to roughly 70km total groomed trails in the area. Winter trails provide recreational opportunities including cross-country/Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and fat-tire biking.

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*For a comprehensive and interactive map of Park City's Trail System, visit mountaintrails.org

During the winter, the recreational opportunities available on Park City's hundreds of miles of trails decrease due to operations associated with the local ski resorts.

Additionally, limitations including snow removal and snow storage within neighborhoods can impact available public parking spaces.

Following parking guidelines and signage is especially important at popular trailheads like Iron Mountain, Summit Park, Mid-Mountain, and Rob’s Trail, where violators will be ticketed and/or towed.

Recommended Winter Trails

With ease of trail access in mind, Park City Municipal, Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District, Mountain Trails Foundation, and Wasatch County created a collaborative list of Recommended Winter Trails, for trail users to reference to plan ahead and maximize their winter trail experiences.

Trail users are reminded to please:

  • Observe all posted signs, including (but not limited to):
    • 'No Parking'
    • 'Do not block driveway'
  • Leash all pets per Summit County Ordinance, with the exception of the Round Valley Open Space. View our off-leash etiquette and expectations page for more information
  • Respect private property and stay on designated trails
  • Keep noise to a minimum, especially in mornings and evenings
  • Do not harass wildlife
  • Ski and ride in control
  • Clean up and properly dispose of pet waste
  • Observe trail conditions…. avoid riding, skiing, dog-sledding, or hiking if it negatively impacts the trail ( avoid leaving postholes or deep ruts)
  • Preserve classic Nordic ski lanes if present. Do not walk or ride on the classic lanes, it damages them for other users

Trail users are encouraged to explore new areas, follow proper trail etiquette, respect other users, and, as always, leave no trace. Enjoy!