There are over 150 miles of public trails close to town allowing you to explore a different one each time you go out. The ski areas offer hiking trails that can be accessed by their lifts in the summer, giving a unique opportunity to explore their high alpine environments in the warmer months. Hiking in Park City is a must for any summer visitor.
Park City Lodging, Inc. has connections to the best guided hiking companies in town. To schedule your guided trip call or email our concierge.
Nobletts Creek Log Hollow Trail
The Nobletts Creek Log Hollow trail goes through two small canyons. You’ll encounter small streams, beautiful aspen groves and grassy meadows along the way. Be sure to check out the views from the small knoll before returning back to the trail head.
Row Bench Trail
The Row Bench trail is a little known secret that will take you through dense stands of aspen trees to excellent views of Daniels Canyon and the surrounding areas. This is a great hike in the fall when the aspen leaves are changing colors.
Bridal Veil Falls
This well-known waterfall is the largest and easiest one to access along the Wasatch Mountains. Drive 3.8 miles up Provo Canyon and the falls are just 100 feet from the parking area. There is even a pool at the bottom of the falls stocked with hundreds of rainbow trout. You can feed them fish food from a vending machine for $.25. For a map to Bridal Veil Falls.
The Uintas are located just a short distance from town, and they contain the most extensive wilderness area (500,000 acres) in the lower 48 states. These rugged mountains offer a more contiguous area above tree line than most other ranges in the US. Numerous lakes dot the landscape here and offer excellent trout fishing opportunities. If you are looking for day hikes, then head to the western part of the range. Most of the trails here are relatively easy to navigate and many summits are within reach. The wilderness part of the range offers remote backpacking adventures in a rugged landscape for those looking to get away from it all. Most of the peaks here can’t be done in one day, but all of the peaks over 13,000’ in Utah are located in this part of the range. The eastern section of the range holds many summits that are easily accessed in a day, and while many of the trails aren’t marked, the routes are often easy to follow. Stop by the US Forest Service ranger station in Kamas, on the way to the Uintas, for maps and information. Other good hiking areas include Kings Peak, Tokewanna Peak and Timpanogos. Our local bike shops will be happy to share information about their favorite hikes with you.
Park City Lodging has connections to the best guides in the area like White Pine Touring and All Seasons Adventures. These guides will help you we have the very best experience in this mountain paradise. Whether you are one person or a group of 100, a youngster or young at heart, your outdoor adventure is here.
White Pine Touring
White Pine Touring offers discounts on guided tours for Park City Lodging guests. Inquire when you book your reservation or upon check-in for discounts.
All Seasons Adventures
All Seasons Adventures offers discounts on guided tours for Park City Lodging guests. Inquire when you book your reservation or upon check-in for discounts.
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