Park City Hiking

The hills surrounding Park City offer more than 400 miles of public trails ideal for hiking. From scenic strolls to adrenaline-raising terrain, Park City is a great hiking destination.

Round Valley
Beginner to Intermediate
This hiking and biking complex is located on the eastern edge of Park City, near US-40 on Kearns Blvd. The trails are well-marked and some trail intersections include trail maps.

Ramble On Loop Moderate | 6.2 Miles
Somewhere Elks to Kari's Loop Moderate | 3 Miles
Masonic Hill/April Mountain
Located in the heart of Park City with over 450 acres of open space and 15 miles of trails.

Ambush Trail
Mixed use. More difficult.
1200 feet of elevation gain. Departs from the base area via the service road, climbs towards the Super Condor Express lift, and meanders through some switchbacks until meeting up with Short Swing or continuing to the Mid Mountain trail.

Short Swing Trail
Mixed use. More Difficult.
This is a connector trail that hooks up with Holly's and Ambush. The trail takes you through a beautiful section of the resort.

Mid Mountain Trail
Mixed use. More difficult.
This trail meanders through the resort and is a multi-use trail. The south section of the trail is more flat and mellow, while the north section of the trail is a classic climb. There are multiple loop options, and the trail can be accessed via Deer Valley, Armstrong Trail, Spiro, or Sweeney. Learn More.

Iron Mountain
Mixed use. 3 miles roundtrip.
The trail is accessible via the Mid Mountain trail and winds across Iron Mountain with scenic views of the resort and the town of Park City. The summit is between Park City Resort and the Canyons. Steep and rocky, but worth the views.

Goldfinger
Mixed use. More difficult.
You can get to this trail via Iron Man or Mid Mountain. Full of switchbacks.

Holly's Trail
Mixed use. Very difficult.
This trail drops 900 feet in about 4 miles (hiking/biking down is preferable). The trail brings hikers and bikers to and from Red Pine Lodge.

Wasatch Ridge Crest Connector
Mixed use. Very difficult.
You can get to this trail via Mid Mountain trail, and it's a difficult climb that gives you access to the Wasatch Crest trail and upper Mill Creek Canyon. Tough trail, but it's in the shade all day.

Silver Lake Trail
2.25 miles one way.
This trail starts near the ski lift at the Silver Lake Lodge, and leads hikers through aspens and pine trees with views that open up when you cross ski runs. The trailhead and trail are clearly marked.

Glenwild Loop
8.5 miles.
Located across I-80 from Kimball Junction, this trail is great for hiking and trail running. Learn more.

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