Snowbasin’s single-track trails are well maintained and wind through scenic aspen groves and gladed pines. All levels of riding are available from the base with more than 26 miles of trails that connect to additional Forest Service trails for nearly 50 miles of adventure! Enjoy lower trails with shuttle service back to the base on the weekends.
Snowbasin also offers a 9-hole disc golf course utilizing natural terrain features. There are no greens fees. Disc golf equipment and high performance bike rentals are also available in the Grizzly Center.
Snowbasin will host an endurance mountain bike race, the Mt. Ogden 50/100k, on August 27. Also returning this summer is the XTERRA USA Championships September 24 and 25.
SNOWBIRD SKI AND SUMMMER RESORT
Snowbird summer activities will kick off June 18 with the resort’s third annual Brewfest, and run through fall, including a new ropes course, Wasatch Mining Company Gemstone Mine, climbing wall, ZipRider, bungy trampoline, mechanical bull, air jumper and inflatables. The resort will also continue running the Aerial Tram and Peruvian Express chairlift and tunnel to provide access to Hidden Peak, where the resort offers mountain biking, hiking, horse-back riding and ATV tours. The resort is currently open for skiing weekends Fridays through Sundays and hopes to remain open through Fourth of July weekend, conditions pending.
This summer, Solitude Mountain Resort will offer lift served biking, hiking and disc golf Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays beginning in early July.
Scenic chairlift rides and uplift for hiking and mountain biking takes place on Solitude’s Sunrise triple chair. From there, visitors may explore miles of single track on Diggler Scooters or mountain bikes, or explore some of the most geologically diverse terrain in the state by foot. Solitude’s high alpine course also offers 18 holes of disc golf.
On Saturdays and Sundays, brunch and dinner will be served throughout the summer at Kimi’s Mountainside Bistro, or follow a guide on a short alpine hike to the Yurt at Solitude where a chef prepares a four-course meal while guests watch the sun set on the Wasatch. For lighter fare, the Stone Haus Pizzeria & Creamery is open Wednesdays through Sundays for lunch or dinner, serving hand crafted pizzas, barbeque, Starbucks Coffee, gourmet ice cream, salads, snacks and more.
Nestled within thousands of acres of Rocky Mountain wilderness, Sundance offers some of the most spectacular hiking terrain in the West. From the rugged peaks of Mt. Timpanogos to lush waterfalls and deep canyon valleys, the terrain is sure to please all types of hikers. And with an incredible array of wildflowers and wildlife, explorers of all ages will find adventure at every turn. Visitors are free to explore on their own or join a guided hike.
Sundance Mountain Outfitters takes visitors to some of Sundance’s most stunning terrain. Whether guests want to hike from the summit or explore new ground on the back mountain, these hikes are sure to please avid hikers.
Bikers will enjoy the same terrain that makes skiing and snowboarding at Sundance so amazing in winter. Ride the lift up, along with your bike and then experience some remarkable trails. Day passes, twilight passes and season passes are available.
Sundance also offers scenic lift rides, including full moon lift rides, horse backing riding and fly fishing.
UTAH OLYMPIC PARK
Utah Olympic Park’s Freestyle Training Pool in Park City is home to several multi-day Freestyle and Freeride Camps throughout the summer season. These camps and programs offered by FLY, AXIS and others provide progressive instruction for those interested in pursuing freestyle or freeride.
Youth Development programs are also offered at Utah Olympic Park this summer in bobsled, skeleton, luge and ski jumping.