Midmountain Trail

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Midmountain Trail is a 28.6 mile out and back trail located near Park City, UT. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking.

28.6 miles 4856 feet Out & Back

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Mid Mountain Trail is a 11.2 mile trail located near Park City, Utah. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

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3 months ago

Did about an 8 mile loop with part of the mid mountain trail that is not on this map - starting at the base of the sterling express, then taking red cloud trail to the top of flagstaff, then taking some trails to connect up to Corvair. The highlight was seeing a moose with a calf on the way down Corvair! There are a lot more trails and options than you can find on this app by looking at the deer valley summer trails maps on their site, and the layering on the app is one area that they fall short trying to figure out which trails are near which lifts...if hiking in this area and not planning to just stay on mid mountain, I would definitely snap shot the resorts map or grab one before I headed up the mountain. Also midmountain does have a lot of bikers...the time on the smaller trails was more enjoyable as someone on foot.

5 months ago

Great hike with lots of views and wild flowers. I did 9 miles on a Saturday morning. Probably not the best time do to the fact that there are lots of bikers but I loved it.

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5 months ago

We hiked just over 4 miles from Montage Deer Valley Resort to Sliver Lake Lodge and back. The trail is used by both mountain bikes and hikers. It's fairly flat and rocky. You will hike across the ski slops going in and out of the woods. I gave it 3 stars because of the lack of variety. No water features, and no real good views, unless you consider all the condos and resorts a good view. A nice family hike, or an afternoon walk to clear your head. But really, noting special. Maybe there's more views further along the trail.

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1 year ago

We did this with a 1 year old and 4 year old. We did about 3.5 miles of it and started at the top of the Silver Lake Express lift and hiked down to the Amphitheater. Beautiful view of Jordanelle Reservoir. There was some shade and it was an easy trail. We loved this hike!