If you’re up for a snowbiking adventure, then the over 400 miles of meticulously groomed mountain bike trails in Park City will be right up your alley.

Appropriate clothing and gear

Before embarking on your ride, you will need to make sure that you’re properly equipped with the right clothing and accessories to keep you well and truly protected. First and foremost, bear in mind that while your exertion can make you work up a sweat, cotton clothing may not be your most suitable choice. Clothing made of moisture-wicking synthetic materials that can better regulate your temperature is best. We recommend the following:

  • FOOTWEAR. Snowy conditions can leave you vulnerable to the cold and wet. Pick out sturdy hiking shoes that are water resistant to keep your feet dry and properly protected. Pair your boots with wool or moisture-wicking synthetic socks to keep your tootsies warm.


  • JACKET. Your jacket must similarly have a synthetic inner layer that can wick moisture from your skin. Go with a water resistant and breathable outer material to protect you from both the wind and wet conditions.


  • PANTS. While snow pants may seem a good idea, they aren’t ideal for movement while you’re biking. Wear more light-weight wind- and water-resistant pants like those used for cross-country skiing instead.


  • BEANY. For an extra layer of warmth underneath your helmet, wear a beanie. It’ll help keep your ears from freezing with cold.


  • GLOVES. To ensure you are able to sufficiently maintain the finger dexterity you need to bike safely, wear an appropriate pair of mid- to light-weight gloves.


Where to Ride

Up and raring to go? Here are two of the more popular trails in Park City that we recommend you explore on your fat-tire bike. Be sure to check the most current winter trail conditions on your map before heading out.

Round Valley

Enjoy a fantastic winter bike ride in Round Valley in Park City, Utah. Take in the amazing views of snow-capped peaks as you traverse through an entire network of interconnected trails.

The Nordic trail boasts access from several trailheads: the highly popular Quinn’s Junction, as well as Highland and Round Valley Way. Covering approximately 25K, the Nordic trail gets groomed daily when conditions are favorable.

Fat-tire biking enthusiasts will thoroughly enjoy this robust system of single-track trails. Each of the winter trails offers something unique: There are gently undulating slopes as well as more challenging climbs and descents that are sure keep everyone happy. Loops of varying lengths are also easily accessed. Groomed fat-bike routes are clearly marked on the map.

Historic Rail Trail

The historic rail trail first opened to the public as a State Park in 1992. Located near Park City, the trail starts at an elevation of 6,900’ and falls to 5,280’ over the course of 27.7 miles. In the winter, a six-mile portion of this trail that connects Park City to the Round Valley trail system is groomed for biking enthusiasts. The winter trail starts at the White Pine Touring Center.

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