Category Archives: Trails

6 Things to Know about Deer Valley Resort Mountain Biking

Utah’s Wasatch Range has plenty of mountain biking trails and resorts, but Deer Valley Resort in Park City stands alone. Nowhere else will you find such a range of lift-served downhill trails, from technical singletrack to scenic cross-country and smooth flow trails. Plus, the trails have ridiculous views: dramatic mountains, seas of wildflowers, alpine meadows,

Deer Valley A-Z | FIS Visa Freestyle World Cup

For over 20 years, Deer Valley® has hosted elite international competitions, including events during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Returning this year is the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup, an event that has become a staple for guests and locals to come together and cheer on the athletes under the lights. All events are free

An Insider’s Guide to Deer Valley’s Six Mountains

With 2,000 acres, six mountains, and 21 chairlifts, Deer Valley® offers an impressive amount of terrain to explore. It’s no wonder that newcomers to Deer Valley Resort may feel unsure of where to begin. And you wouldn’t want to blindly stumble around–not when there’s fun to be had. Every skier’s definition of fun varies–you may

Deer Valley Resort Takes Mountain Biking to New Extremes

Deer Valley Resort is continuing its largest-ever summer investment to modernize and update its existing mountain biking/hiking trail inventory with the creation of Tsunami, an expert-level flow trail. For the third summer in a row, Deer Valley has enlisted world-renowned bike park development company, Gravity Logic, to help deliver the highly successful trail updates. The

Deer Valley Resort will invest $7.5 million in improvements

Deer Valley Resort will invest $7.5 million in the following improvements for the 2016-2017 season. Mountain biking trail improvements including a new beginner-level flow trail called “Holy Roller” on Bald Mountain designed by Gravity Logic Royal Street Café text service for restaurant seating Updating the resort’s entire Cadillac vehicle fleet New concession stand in the Snow Park