Johns Trail to Treasure Hill is a 5.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Park City, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from June until October.
One of the great Park City Mountain Resort trails. It can be accessed by lift service from PayDay or by riding up King Road or Sweeney's singletrack. This trail is primarily used for mountain biking and is rated advanced as such. As a hiking trail, this is fairly easy. Primarily used as a mountain biking trail. From the top of the Town Lift, head uphill for just a tiny bit, then begin a twisty, tight, non-stop descent that feels like you're in deep forest the whole time. The trail is all singletrack, with roots, narrow tree openings, and tight turns, but it's not really very difficult. With all these challenges, and so many switchbacks across the fall line, you go quite slow - you never really get any speed and the trail's 1.7 miles takes a long time
I took the Town Lift up to the top of trailhead to hike down and then back up again. The trail weaves through dense patches of beautiful aspen trees at a very subtle incline on the way up, no steep moments at all. Great for a super chill walking sort of hike, enough shade to go in the middle of the day. Keep an eye out for passing mountain bikers!
Very fun downhill ride. Lots of tight turns and lots of roots that make this trail quite technical but not too difficult. A tiny bit of uphill to begin with and then the rest of the time is spent winding through thick aspens. It's a ton of fun and was the highlight of my day mountain biking at Park City.