Lakeside Trails – Beginner – 1 mile
A series of paved trails that surround the lakes just north of the Snow Park parking lots.
McHenry's Practice Loops – Beginner – 1.5 miles
Access to the east of the Homestake lift on the right of McHenry's ski run. This is the perfect trail to practice your skills and to check out your bike.
Deer Camp – Beginner/Intermediate – 3.5 miles
This trail begins in the meadow and is located to the right of the double track on the way to Flagstaff Mountain. Scenic single-track through aspen groves. One of the least difficult routes.
Mid-Mountain Trail – Beginner/Intermediate – Up to 25 miles
This stunningly scenic single-track trail traverses Deer Valley, Park City Mountain Resort and The Canyons, connecting all three resorts and offers spectacular scenic vistas, lush forests and beautiful aspen groves. See map at the Ticket Office.
Tour Des Homes – Beginner/Intermediate – 2.5 miles
A mix of double and single-track beginning off Sterling Drive at Silver Lake. This wide trail runs by some of Deer Valley's most beautiful homes. This is the least difficult trail down to the Snow Park base area.
Deer Crest – Beginner/Intermediate – 2 miles
A wide single-track trail, accessed via Four Point that connects with the Deer Crest trail system. This trail ends just east of Snow Park Lodge.
Sunset – Beginner/Intermediate – 2.5 miles
Access is to the west from the top of Sterling Express lift via the Homeward Bound ski run just past Naildriver. One of the least difficult routes down. Hiking not recommended.
Naildriver – Beginner/Intermediate – 2.1 miles
Access is to the west from the top of the Sterling Express lift via the Homeward Bound ski run. This trail has switchbacks and offers panoramic views. This is one of the least difficult route down to the Silver Lake area. Caution: Slow riders! Hiking not recommended.
Super G Trees – Beginner/Intermediate – 0.3 miles
Access from Naildriver trail to the right of the meadow. Single-track trail with long bermed turns and rollers through the aspens. Hiking not recommended.
G.S. Trees – Beginner/Intermediate – 0.4 miles
Access from Naildriver trail to the right, 1.3 miles from the top of the Sterling Express lift after crossing the Homeward Bound ski run. This run is a constantly turning single-track through a thick aspen grove. Hiking not recommended.
Four Point – Beginner/Intermediate – 1 mile
A single-track trail with some tight switchbacks that connects to Deer Crest trail.
Flagstaff Loop –Intermediate/Advanced – 2.5 miles
Access from Deer Camp. You will encounter some uphill but mostly downhill stretches on this scenic single-track trail.
Tour Des Suds – Intermediate/Advanced – 3 miles
Access from Flagstaff Loop. A true cross-country trail mainly on single-track encircling Flagstaff Mountain. Return via Mid-mountain trail. Caution: Watch for uphill traffic!
TBB "Team Big Bear" – Intermediate/Advanced – 1.5 miles
A cross-country trail that meanders through open meadows then drops through rugged forest. Caution: Watch for uphill traffic! Access from Flagstaff Loop.
Bermy – Intermediate/Advanced – 0.5 miles
A short single-track off of Naildriver with a series of bermed turns.
Homeward Bound – Intermediate/Advanced – 2.3 miles
From the top of Sterling Express lift, go straight toward the reflector panels. This trail winds around to the Homeward Bound ski run. Variations of this trail contain freestyle features. Hiking not recommended.
Bow Hunter – Intermediate/Advanced – 1 mile
A cross-country trail on a narrow, technical single-track with great views of the Heber Valley and Wasatch Mountain State Park.
Freestyle – Intermediate/Advanced – 0.5 mile
Access from Aspen Slalom. Very tight, twisting single-track in the trees, with an exciting drop at the end! Hiking not recommended.
Aspen Slalom – Intermediate/Advanced – 1 mile
This tight single-track through the aspens follows the chairlift down. Hiking not recommended.
Twist and Shout – Intermediate/Advanced – 1 mile
Access from Naildriver trail to the right, 1.7 miles from the top of Sterling Express lift. A thrilling steep and twisting single-track with tight curves and lots of trees. Hiking not recommended.
The Dog Pound – Intermediate/Advanced – 0.5 mile
A series of three trails named for Deer Valley's avalanche dogs. These trails contain freestyle features, bridges, ramps and skinnys.
Devo – Intermediate/Advanced – 3 miles
A tight, technical single-track from the top of Bald Eagle Mountain to the Snow Park base area. This steep trail has numerous turns and was part of the National Championship Series Sport Downhill course. Hiking not recommended.
Pointy Rocks – Intermediate/Advanced – 5 miles
Access from Tour Des Homes. A technical steep rocky trail that descends to the base of Silver Lake Express. Hiking not recommended.
Pedalers Inn – Intermediate/Advanced
This technical trail contains bridges, ramps, and other features.
Upper Aspen – Expert – 0.5 miles
This trail has tight, steep turns and a few drops with access to Aspen Slalom and lower Fire Swamp.
Fire Swamp – Expert – 1.1 miles
A steep and technical downhill course with big drops and tight turns. Pads and downhill bike recommended. Hiking not recommended.
Thieves Forest – Expert – 1.3 miles
A steep, loose downhill course with numerous drops and rock features. Pads and downhill bike recommended. Hiking not recommended.
NCS (National Championship Series Downhill Course) - Expert - 1.5 miles
This trail is one of the most difficult downhill race courses in the country. Steep and very technical, this trail is only for the properly equipped expert or pro downhill racer. Downhill-specific bike and protective gear recommended. Hiking not recommended. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR RECREATIONAL RIDERS.