Deer Valley expanded biking and hiking trail access now OPEN

Posted By: The Ski Channel on June 27, 2011 4:58 pm

Deer Valley’s lift-served mountain biking and hiking expanded trail access is now open, along with scenic chairlift rides, effective Monday, June 27, 2011. Open daily, expanded trail access beginning Monday, June 27, 2011, through Labor Day, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., then an additional weekend, September 10 & 11, 2011 with conditions permitting.

Currently all of Bald Eagle and Deer Crest trails are open. Bald Mountain via Sterling Express now has the following trails open: Naildriver, Sunset, Super G, GS Trees, Lower Twist and Shout, Freestyle, Lower Aspen Slalom, The Dog Pound Trails and Upper Homeward Bound. Flagstaff Mountain via Ruby Express has trails open mid-mountain from Silver Lake to Empire including access to Tour de Suds and Guardsman’s Pass road. Ontario Hiking Trail and Summer Road are also open for hiking.

Lift-served mountain biking, hiking and scenic rides are offered from the Silver Lake Express chairlift at Snow Park Lodge, the Sterling Express chairlift located mid-mountain and Ruby Express chairlift in Empire Canyon.  Lift tickets, bike rentals and lessons are available from the Mountain Bike Rental Shops, located at Snow Park Lodge, outside Silver Lake Lodge at mid-mountain and from the Yurt adjacent to Empire Canyon Lodge.  Parking is available at both the Snow Park and Silver Lake Lodges.

Deer Valley’s Bike Rental Shops located at all three lifts offer bike rentals, repairs and essential equipment for riders.  Deer Valley operates its own Mountain Bike School, offering scheduled clinics and tours for all abilities.

For more information on ticket rates, making reservations for rentals or the Mountain Bike School, please call (435) 645-6648 or (888) 754-8477 or visit then Resort website at deervalley.com.

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