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Best trails in Park City

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Looking for a great trail near Park City, Utah? AllTrails has 92 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Utah Lake State Park or Wasatch Mountain State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Twin Peaks Wilderness or Red Butte Canyon Research Natural Area. Ready for some activity? There are 52 moderate trails in Park City ranging from 1.3 to 18.2 miles and from 6,276 to 10,091 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Park City
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#1 - Bloods Lake Trail
Bonanza Flat Conservation Area
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Length: 2.8 mi • Est. 1 h 26 m
NOTE: The trailhead for this route changed in 2020. The old trailhead at Guardsman Pass is now solely a drop-off point and viewpoint. The trail between Bloods Lake and Guardsman Pass is now closed. The route on this page avoids the closed trail. Dogs are allowed on the trail but not or near in the lake. (They must stay 100 feet away.) During winter the road leading to the trailhead may be closed. Bloods Lake Trail is a short hike that's great for the whole family at the top of Big Cottonwood Canyon in Wasatch County. The trailhead can easily be reached from Midway, Salt Lake, and Park City at the top of Old State Route 152, just below Guardsman Pass. There are breathtaking views right from the parking area! With a short distance to the lake, it is an easy hike with the exception of the last portion, which is a steep and rocky trail. The lake is small and clean. If you go to the Southeast corner there is even a rope swing - great for a quick afternoon dip in the cool water on a hot day. This hike is best experienced during the fall for its fall colors and during ate spring and summer for its display of wildflowers. Guardsman Pass is closed during the winter, which makes this trail inaccessible from November to April.Show more
#2 - Iron Canyon Trail
Park City, Utah
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Length: 5.5 mi • Est. 3 h 30 m
Parking within this neighborhood is extremely limited and additional limitations are in place. Parking violators will be ticked or towed. This is a neighborhood, so please have all dogs on leash and limit noise. Other hiking options within Park City include Quarry Mountain, Dawn's Trail, Bonanza Flat and Ontario Mine Bench.Show more
#3 - Lambs Canyon Trail
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 3 h 38 m
Please note that during the winter, the road leading to the trailhead is closed. This closures adds approximately 1.6 miles one-way to the hike. Please contact the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest for road status before visiting during winter.Show more
#4 - Armstrong Trail to Dawns Trail Loop
Park City, Utah
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 50 m
Please Note: dogs are permitted but MUST be on a physical leash per City Municipal ordinances. These trails are popular with mountain bikers and the area is home to a small moose population. Owners with pets off-leash will be fined.Show more
#5 - Rob's Trail
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
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Length: 8.5 mi • Est. 4 h 41 m
Note: The trail is closed between November 1 - May 15. Gradual climb, fast descent. Show more
#6 - Lackawaxen Lake Trail via Blood's Lake Trail
Bonanza Flat Conservation Area
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Length: 4.6 mi • Est. 1 h 52 m
Please note that as of 2020, the trailhead has moved a mile east. The old trailhead at Guardsman Pass is now just a drop-off area or vista point. There are NO DOGS at Bloods Lake.Show more
#7 - Bonanza's Abandoned Mine Trail Loop
City Park
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 2 m
Please note that construction has been reported on this trail as of 06/19/2020 and it is closed by King road. You could park at the start of the Mine Shaft Loop trail and take a side trail parallel to Daly Ave to reach this one, adding ~3 miles to your hike. A privately-owned trail that is permitted to dogs, families and mountain bikers alike. You'll begin on a somewhat washed out, moderately steep ascent that eventually turns into a light gradient. Keep on the main trail (there are other unmarked options to turn onto if you wish) and you'll catch a beautiful glimpse into the past. An abandoned mine house, over a thousand cubic feet, sits near Bonanza chairlift in Park City. Gaze inside the broken windows to see a dilapidated, outdated tractor resting below gears and pipes ready to cave in. Somehow, the structure is still standing. View it when you can! There's contemporary mining in action, too, as you may be able see modern tractors mining away at a hill. You'll pass within feet of these tractors before reaching Bonanza chairlift (if mining is still active at time of reading) where another abandoned mining house awaits you. From here, you will enjoy taking the Drift Ski Run down, which offers a great chance to view wildlife and wildflowers alike. You'll see the historic Park City less than a mile away from you, but you'll feel quite peaceful as dormant chairlifts and snowless ski signs capture your vision with every step. Eventually, you'll turn onto the Quit'n Time ski run. The name is fitting, as this is the end of your hike. You'll see the historic Town Chairlift overhead as you pass past the Creole Run. Depending on where your vehicle is, you can take the face of Town Chairlift, Creole, or Quit'n Time to complete your hike. Great chance to show your children the true history of Historic Park City, as well as letting them get their fill of machinery- if they're still working at the time you're reading this! Check "Facilities" for parking.Show more
#8 - Bald Mountain via Silver Lake Trail
Deer Valley Resort
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Length: 4 mi • Est. 2 h 28 m
Note: Trailhead parking is $30.Show more
#9 - Bald Mountain via Ontario Trail
Deer Valley Resort
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Length: 5 mi • Est. 2 h 52 m
#10 - Armstrong and Spiro Loop Trail
Park City, Utah
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Length: 6.1 mi • Est. 3 h 12 m
Please Note: dogs are permitted but MUST be on a physical leash per City Municipal ordinances. These trails are popular with mountain bikers and the area is home to a small moose population. Owners with pets off-leash will be fined. Show more
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