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Surface:
Packed Powder
Last 24H: 0"
Last 0 Days: 0"
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Snow Report

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  • Today
    Sunny
    45°
    High
    30°
    Low
  • Tomorrow
    Chance of Rain
    57°
    High
    39°
    Low
  • Friday
    Chance of Rain
    57°
    High
    39°
    Low
  • Saturday
    Chance of Rain
    48°
    High
    23°
    Low
  • Sunday
    Chance of Rain
    43°
    High
    28°
    Low
  • Monday
    Partly Cloudy
    50°
    High
    32°
    Low
  • Tuesday
    Partly Cloudy
    59°
    High
    30°
    Low
  • Wednesday
    Clear
    68°
    High
    39°
    Low
  • Thursday
    Clear
    68°
    High
    39°
    Low
  • Friday
    Clear
    64°
    High
    43°
    Low

Snow Total

242"
Season Total
0"
Summit Base Depth
0"
Mid-Mountain Base Depth

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Summer Hiking and Biking Trail Map

Enjoy a scenic gondola ride to 8,000 feet (mountain bikes welcome) where you will find beautiful views, never-ending trails for hiking and mountain biking, and Red Pine Cafe offering a gourmet lunch and refreshing beverages.  Click on the image below to open a printable PDF version

Sorry!  Dogs are not permitted on gondola.



Important Information; The fire danger is extreme! Smoking is prohibited in all areas.

  • Sheep grazing occurs on these mountains. Keep pets leashed at all times and avoid herd dogs as they may become aggressive. 
  • Trails are not patrolled by resort staff on a regular basis.  For emergencies, please call Dispatch at (435) 615-3322 or visit the top of Red Pine Gondola. 
  • Please allow yourself ample time to return to top of gondola before the last ride down.
  • Bikers must yield to hikers; both must yield to horseback riders.
  • Trails are not patrolled by resort staff on a regular basis.
  • For more information on Park City trails, please visit www.mountaintrails.org

IMBA Rules of the Trail

1. Ride On Open Trails Only.
2. Leave No Trace.
3. Control Your Bicycle!
4. Always Yield to Other Trail Users.
5. Never Scare Animals.
6. Plan Ahead and Prepare.
7. Always Wear a Helmet.

For more information visit imba.com

Mountain Safety

Be aware that your safety is directly affected by your judgement. Know your limits, and stay within them. When in doubt, slow down or turn back. Eat and drink before you hit the trail. Take extra water and high-energy food with you on the trail. Wear adequate footgear with good arch and ankle support and non-skid soles. Mountain weather may change at any time without warning. Thunder and lightning are very common. Be prepared for bad weather. Always carry extra, warm and waterproof clothing, including a hat. Be aware that most trails are crossed by, and shared by, maintenance vehicles. Hike or bike only on designated trails. Let your experience and ability determine your choice of route and travel time. This is a partial list. There are inherent risks in the sport. Be safety conscious.

Low Impact Recreation

Please respect the land: Please respect public and private property; stick to the trails and please don't pick or trample plants.
Please respect the wildlife: We share this mountain with the wildlife. Please observe animals from a respectful distance and don't feed them.
Please respect the resources: Carry out trash you bring in or any you encounter along the way. Please respect the resort: Heed posted signs as they are there to guide and inform you as well as to protect you. Please respect them and leave them in place for the benefit of others. Please hike and bike only on designated trails.
Please respect the air: Consider carpooling to Canyons.