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Deer Valley Resort

Deer Valley Resort

Page Type: Area/Bike Park

Location: Utah, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 40.61226°N / 111.49115°W


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Created/Edited: Nov 1, 2008 / Dec 17, 2008

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Bald Mountain
Bald Mountain
Deer Valley Moutain Resort is a Ski Resort located just above Park City, Utah. Its highest lift served peak is Bald Mountain at an elevation of 9,434ft. Two minor peaks served by lifts include Flagstaff Mountain (9,187ft) and Bald Eagle Mountian (8,475ft). Most take the lift to the top and then ride down. However, there are a few brave ones out there that ride from the bottom to the top.

When the snow is melts in late spring (or early summer), mountain biking begins! According to their website, Deer Valley Mountain Resort is rated one of the top ten mountain bike destination by Mountain Bike Magazine. Many many different trails descend the ski slopes ranging from easy to double black diamond. The NCS (National Championships Series Downhill Course) is ranked as one of the hardest downhill courses in the U.S. (or so Deer Valley says).

With around 25 named trails, Deer Valley is an mountain biker paradise!

Trail Overview

Trails around Flagstaff Mountain
Easy Trails-

- McHenry's Practice Loops (1.5 miles)
- Lakeside Trails (1 mile)

Moderate Trails-

- Deer Camp (3.5 miles)
- Mid-Mountain Trail (long)
- Tour De Homes (2.5 miles)
- Deer Crest (3.5 miles)
- Sunset (2.5 miles)
- Naildriver (2.1 miles)
- Super G Trees (.8 mile)
- G.S. Trees (.5 mile)
- Four Point(1 mile)
- Flagstaff Loop (4 miles)

Mederate to Black Diamond-
- Tour Des Suds (6 miles)
- TBB "Team Big Bear" (2 miles)
- Homeward Bound (3 miles)

Black Diamond-
- Ontario Loop (.5 miles)
- Freestyle (.5 miles)
- Aspen Slalom (2 miles)
- Twist and Shout (.75 Miles)
- Devo (3 miles)

Double Black Diamond-
- Fire Swamp (1.5 miles)
- Thieves Forest (1.5 miles)
- NCS (1.5 miles)

When to go

Summer and fall are the best times to go. Or anytime when the snow is clear from the slopes. Some years, the snow melts fast or there isn't a lot and the slopes will be clear by late spring. Or, there could be heavy amounts of snow which could delay the opening until early or mid summer. When we were there, there was still a fair amount of snow left on the slopes.

Red Tape

Only red tape is that it is not open in the winter


Basic safety is a helmet. For those doing the harder moderates or black diamonds, chest protector and pads are a must for this area. Be safe, whatch for other bikers going up or down.

Deer Valley Info

Deer Valley Lifts
Silver Lake Express
Lift information

Open daily mid-June, through Labor Day, then weekends only through mid-September, conditions permitting.

Chairlift Hours-
-Silver Lake Express
located at Snow Park base area: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
(Last chair down leaves at 5 p.m.)

-Sterling Express
located at Silver Lake mid-mountain: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Last chair down leaves at 4:30 p.m.)

Lift Rates-
All-day bike pass: $28
Single ride with bike, starting at either Snow Park or Silver Lake: $19
Note: These are the rates are for the 2008 summer season.

Bike Rentals-
Rental Options 3 Hours Full Day (3+ hours)
Junior (12 and under) $23 $33
Adult (all-mountain bike) $37 $47
Adult Downhill (fat tire downhill bike) $52 $63
Note: These are the 2008 summer season rates.

Getting There

From Park City-

To Silver Lake Lodge- Head SE on Deer Valley Drive. At the traffic circle, take Marsac Avenue. This turns into Ontario Canyon Road. Take a left at Guardsmen Connection Road and then take right on Royal Street. Deer Valley will be just past this on the right side. Park here

To Snow Park Lodge- Head SE on Deer Valley Drive. At the traffic circle, keep following Deer Valley Drive. Then you will reach Snow Park Lodge.

External Links

Deer Valley Mountain Biking Info


Bald MountainTrailsTrailsView from FlagstaffPark City RidgeBald Mountain ViewDeer Valley Lifts
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