Looking for a great trail near Park City, Utah? AllTrails has 74 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running 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 Memory Grove Park or Mueller Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like City Park. Ready for some activity? There are 42 moderate trails in Park City ranging from 1.3 to 18.2 miles and from 6,276 to 9,343 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Lovely with the dogs!

hiking
snow
4 days ago

hiking
13 days ago

Snow shoed trail today . Beautiful views.Beautiful trail. Saw moose

16 days ago

we snowshoed it. It was awesome.

Can’t get all the way around in the snow

snowshoeing
snow
23 days ago

26 days ago

I love this hike, but there is an owner in this neighborhood that lets his yellow Labrador retriever run up and down the trail to "play" with hikers. He wants to follow you and have you throw sticks to him, play tug of war, etc. It's kind of distracting/difficult/stressful especially when you have dogs of your own. He has a GPS collar. When you call the owner he just says yeah, he's got a GPS and he runs around the neighborhood. Not cool man, some of us just wanna hike and sled in peace. I love dogs and have dogs of my own, but this dog just stands there and barks super loudly at you until you throw the stick. He doesn't respond to any commands. Why can't the owner just hire a dog walker or go hike with him is beyond me.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

We didn't hike the trail.
We hiked the road.
With the gate being closed, you have to go approx 1.6 miles to get to the trail head.
Even though we didn't get the chance to hike the trail, it was still beautiful. The road was well packed. Microspikes recommended but not mandatory. I used my snow shoes just for fun.
We were going to keep going past the trailhead but we ran into a young bull moose and had to turn around.
The road is good for cross country skiers.
I would like to do the actual trail but will wait until the gate reopens.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Took us less than an hour to complete. They had just finished grooming as we arrived, but the wind was so crazy parts of the trail were hard to see. Wish I had packed my snowshoes for parts of it! My dog loved it, lots of friendly people and other dogs!

hiking
snow
2 months ago

2 months ago

We snowshoed about 1/2 (4.2 miles) of this trail. Starting at 1.7 miles in, no trail had been forged through the snow yet. The woods were beautiful. Most longer-distance views were of skiers. It was fun for a snowshoe workout but it wouldn’t be my first choice for hiking or great views.

Bring a sled!! Great hike.

Gorgeous, easy hike! So many aspens and butterflies!

2 months ago

dogs are not allowed due to watershed area.... :( looked pretty tho!

snowshoeing
2 months ago

Had a blast snowshoeing this trail. Challenging yet beautiful. I loved it. I wish I could have made it a bit further but being just a few weeks out from surgery I just decided to take it easy (or easier). I did venture off a bit from the trail which made it fun and an extra workout. This is a really great 3-4 mile trail to enjoy while in Park City.

hiking
3 months ago

The gate to the Lambs Canyon TH is closed for the season. It adds another mile or so onto the total distance. About a quarter till the end snowshoes would be helpful. We didn't use them but they would have been nice. Lots of sinking in the deep snow. We only saw 1 other person on the trail. Gradual climb, hardest part is towards the end. We were in snow so don't know what it would be like without.

Higher altitude than what I’m used to but the clouds are spectacular!
Beautiful setting!

Where we started from (near the shopping center), this was a paved walking trail. It was very flat and easy. I would call it a walk rather than a hike. I think we should have started in a different spot.

Humid and buggy in the summer. Nothing worth the hassle at the end. We did see a moose, but that's the only interesting part of the hike.

Great hike right out of Park City!! Nice even climb up to bottom of Bonanza lift.

great fun trail. the trail head is hard to find and the start is not well marked so can come off trail easily. the second half is easier to follow. there are great views starting about a mile up. it is a moderate ascent and descent. recommended.

A little harder than I thought but well worth the struggles. The mining buildings a well intact for their age and really sends you back in time.

Nice Trail. Well marked. Nice views toward the top! Early November so upper was closed in some areas. All good, great day hide!

hiking
4 months ago

Correction about my last review:
We parked at the Community Church on Bear Hollow. Started on the Collins Trail heading up to Rob's Trail. After the moose we came down that trail but took a side trail into the neighborhood that connected us to Dubois Trail (not Dejong) .

hiking
4 months ago

We hit the jackpot yesterday!! Saw 3 moose on the trail! Had to turn around since they weren't going anywhere anytime soon. Back in the neighborhood we found another trail, the Dejong Trail, went on that one for about 1/2 mile and ran into 2 more large moose! Even though we didn't get to hike very far on either of these trails all of my hiking companions loved seeing moose. You don't always see moose on the trail so it was a treat. FYI: Stay at least 75 ft. away from moose and especially be careful when there is a calf with them, which there was in our case.

hiking
4 months ago

Easy parking for a Saturday midday. My dog and I walked along the road and came to what we thought was the trailhead on the left, but it was not. I went about 1/2 mile in mud towards the highway until I decided to look at the map. Ugh. Go past the “Toll Creek Canyon” trail on the left and continue until the asphalt road winds to the left and there is a trail sign on your RIGHT. After that, it was a good workout, steady uphill but not steep so I had a good rhythm going. There isn’t much to see at the top, but there are other hikes for good views. This one is a steady low heart rate zone which was just what I needed today!

Great for trail running/walking in either direction. A bit muddy in the beginning, but beautiful shady route!

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