Rob's Trail is a 4.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Park City, UT and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Gradual climb, fast decent.
This has some great views.
Nice trail. I was disappointed when I came to the saddle and started the descent. It connects with mid mountain trail for an added experience
Not bad, next time hiking boots or trail shoes. Way too much dirt got into my running shoe.
Nice easy walk/hike. Not steep, well groomed. Good to get the dog out. Not too excited though.
Popular, beautiful and shaded, Rob's is a good year-round trail that makes for a great hike, snowshoe or trail run. Rob's, is also a good access trail for the Mid-Mountain and Wasatch Crest Trails.
A nice trail with lots of switchbacks to easy the uphill climb. A few views of Park City on the way up, and views of ski slopes towards the top. Lots of spring flowers. I gave it 3 stars because it lacks variety, no waterfalls or ponds, etc.
Heavily used so the snow is perfectly packed down for a winter trail run. Favorite after work trail run!
Great trail with my two young boys ...nice afternoon, different terrain, forests, shade, sun and lookouts :)
Great. A few bikers but beautiful!
We were in Park City with friends who all had young children. We ended up hiking this trail with all our kids and it was great. Elevation gain of around 820 ft up about 1.8 miles. Ages of kids ranged from 4-8 years old and all did well. Fun family hike that isn't difficult.