2015 OPERATING HOURS REGULAR SEASON HOURS (June 19 - September 7).
Open daily: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. LATE SEASON HOURS (September 12 - 20)
Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting): 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
2015 TICKET PRICES
Full Day: Adult $40 | Child (ages 6-12) $31
Single Ride: Adult $29 | Child (ages 6-12) $22
Season Pass: $400
Deer Valley Resort Bike Park Overview
Dear Valley Resort is a Top Five winner in the MTBparks.com Riders' Choice Best Bike Parks Awards for the Northwest Region.
Mountain bikers from around the world flock to Park City to ride Deer Valley Resort’s thrilling, lift-served downhill mountain bike trails in the summer. Riders find over 60 miles of twisty, fun mountain bike trails that will challenge beginners and experts alike
What to Expect Riding Deer Valley Resort's Bike Park
Lift-served mountain biking is offered from Silver Lake Express chairlift at Snow Park Lodge, Sterling Express chairlift mid-mountain and Ruby Express chairlift at Empire Canyon. Bike lessons, rentals and guided tours are available from all locations.
Several of Deer Valley’s mountain bike trails connect with the Park City network of singletrack, providing access to 400 miles of trails. Riding is so plentiful and world-class here that Park City has recently been designated as the world’s first and only Gold-level Ride Center by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA)
What's New at Deer Valley Bike Park
This summer, mountain activities promise to provide an even higher level of fun as Deer Valley Resort embarks on its largest-ever summer investment to update the existing mountain biking trail inventory. Deer Valley enlisted world-renowned bike resort development company, Gravity Logic, to conduct improvements to existing trails and to build a new intermediate downhill mountain bike flow trail. The new trail will be machine excavated and in-sloped with berms, rollers and jumps.
The trail will be approximately four feet wide, as opposed to Deer Valley’s mostly single track trails, and will lead from the top of Bald Mountain to Silver Lake. In addition to trail work with Gravity Logic, Deer Valley and Park City’s Mountain Trails Foundation have partnered to create an extension of the Mid Mountain trail. Deer Valley expects these improvements to be implemented by mid-summer.
2015 Deer Valley Event Highlights
Midweek Mountain Bike Race Series # 7 | June 23
Midweek Mountain Bike Race Series # 10 | July 28
Park City Point 2 Point | September 5
Getting to Deer Valley Resort
Deer Valley is a quick 36 mile drive from the Salt Lake City International Airport.
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Riders will find over 60 miles of twisty, fun mountain bike trails at Deer Valley. Most trails are intermediate or advanced singeltrack, but a new flow trail designed by Gravity Logic is scheduled to open in Late Summer 2015.
PARK CITY, UT – Deer Valley Resort announced it has enlisted Gravity Logic, Inc. as the resort "embarks on its largest-ever summer investment to modernize and update its existing mountain biking/hiking trail inventory." Gravity Logic has completed a feasibility analysis of the current Deer Valley bike park trail system and provided improvement recommendations based on a five-year timeline which will begin in June of 2015. The first improvement to break ground is said to be a blue flow trail two to three miles in length.