Trailside Bike Park
Type: Skills Park, beginner pump track, advanced pump track, beginner skills trail, beginner flow trail, intermediate slope-style/jump trail, technical All-Mountain trail, Advanced Freeride trail
The Trailside Bike Park offers a variety of riding experiences for a wide range of riders and all skill levels. The Park currently offers two pump tracks, a skills development area, a dual line tabletop jump training area, a beginner skills trail, a beginner flow trail, an intermediate jump trail, an intermediate/advanced All-Mountain trail and an Advanced Freeride trail.
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Parking: Convenient parking is available in the upper parking lot of the Trailside Park (5715 Trailside Drive, Park City, UT 84098)
Events: Due to increasing popularity and use of the Trailside Bike Park, the Snyderville Basin Recreation District is implementing an event permitting process beginning in March 2016. The intent of this process is to ensure that the Bike Park remains accessible for Snyderville Basin residents who funded the construction and ongoing maintenance of this facility and to avoid overcrowding of the Bike Park by ensuring that multiple events are not operating simultaneously.
Beginning March 1, 2016 any commercial, private, non-profit, government, school, and or public bike park events (including lessons, camps, demos, tours, competitions, and or filming) must be registered with Basin Recreation Administration and must have obtained a Trailside Bike Park Event permit prior to the date of the event.
To obtain a Trailside Bike Park event permit application, please call 435-649-1564.
- Trailside Bike Park is an unsupervised facility. You assume the risk of injury that may occur while riding in the bike park.
- For your protection, wear a helmet at all times. Additional protective equipment is strongly recommended.
- Features can be dangerous in any condition.
- Be aware of changing conditions throughout the day. Check the trails before using them.
- Ride in control and within your ability level.
- Do not ride on closed or muddy trails.
- Stay on trails, riding or pushing bikes off trail destroys natural vegetation.
- Modification of trails or features is strictly prohibited.
- Follow all directional trail signage.
- Be aware of wildlife and other trail users at all times.
- No hiking/walking on designated downhill trails.
- Please utilize all recycling and waste containers.
Check out some great video footage of our Trailside Bike Park. All video footage is from bike park users and not Basin Recreation.
VitalMTB | DirtJumpDaniel Trailside Free Ride | Skuut @ Trailside Bike Park | Sunset Down Hill Biking | Bamm Bamm2
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A portion of Phase II of the Bike Park Expansion project was funded by the Summit County Restaurant Tax fund.