South Summit County Trail Report

Catch us next Friday, August 20th fm 5-8 pm at the Trailside Park in Park City for the “Downhill and Grill” event hosted by our friends at Basin Rec @basinrecreation Take a spin on the Trailside bike park& grab some bbq!! FREE. Check out the Basin Rec website for more…

South Summit County Trail Report

<Oakley Trail & Seymour Canyon: mix of dry, mud, and snow at higher elevations and in the trees. <Oakley Trail Park: Upper Rodeo is GTG but Lower Rodeo is still snow covered. <Franson Lane Trail: some city construction going on, so the trail is a mess at the moment. Maybe…

South Summit County Weekend Trail Report

South Summit County Weekend Trail Report: This photo is of the Stevens Grove Trail in Oakley. Look at the ugly track that this fat bike tire has made. Weather is nice, and I know it’s tempting, but using the trails while they are muddy creates permanent damage that cannot be…

South Summit County Trail Report – 3/21/21

All trails are muddy! Even though it’s tempting, please avoid the trails until they are dry. This photo of the Coyote Trail in Wasatch County was taken last year in the spring and it shows really bad ruts from mountain bike tires. This type of damage is hard to repair…

South Summit County Weekend Trail Report

Snow is expected for the next week, and boy do we need it! 😃  When up at the higher elevations remember that the avalanche danger is high so consider bringing avalanche gear. Here’s your weekend trail report: <Oakley Trail & Seymour Canyon: snow covered. <Oakley Trail Park: snow covered. <Franson…

South Summit County Trail Report

All of the trails are covered in a few inches of snow, great for snowshoeing, hiking, and fat bikes. Here’s your trail report! <Oakley Trail & Seymour Canyon: snow covered <Oakley Trail Park: snow covered <Franson Lane Trail: snow covered <Steven Grove Trail: snow covered <High Star Ranch Trail: snow…

South Summit County Trail Report

Get outside before the cold weather sets in this weekend. And please remember to wear bright orange or red clothing, while out on the trails for the next several weeks because it is hunting season! Here is your trail report: <Oakley Trail & Seymour Cyn: Good to go. <Oakley Trail…