Paved Trail System

Type: Hard Surface Transportation Trail - out and back, loops
Rating: Beginner

The Basin Recreation and greater Park City area paved trail system offers commuters and recreationists connectivity throughout the Snyderville Basin. It is now possible to be on a paved trail from Deer Valley all the way to Summit Park. The Millennium Trail begins in Summit Park at the Parley's Summit Exit on I-80 and parallels Kilby Road into Kimball Junction before following the west side of SR-224 to the Park City Nursery at Bear Hollow Drive. When across from the Whole Foods Market, trail users can cross under SR-224 and use the East 224 Trail to connect to the Highland Drive Trail; this will connect Kimball Junction to the Silver Quinn Trail which parallels Hwy 40 into Park City. Use the pedestrian underpass at The Fieldhouse to connect to Highland Drive Trail with Rasmussen Road. The Rasmussen Road Trail provides a connection to Jeremy Ranch.

Together this paved trail system provides connectivity throughout the Snyderville Basin and Park City, offering residents and visitors a healthy and green alternative way of getting around.

Future additions to this paved trail system will offer even great connectivity into Park City and the future developments in Silver Creek Village, as well as the implemenation of strategic highway crossings for the enhanced safety of commuters and wildlife. 

Parking: For trail access, please use parking at Gorgoza, Jeremy Ranch Elementary School, The Fieldhouse, Willow Creek Park, Matt Knoop Park, The Farm trailhead, Highland Drive, Quinn's Junction, Deer Valley, etc.  

Notes: Dogs should be cleaned up after, leashed and IN CONTROL at all times. 


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