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Brian Head Resort Utah Presents The Classic Rock n' Ride Festival.

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Mark W · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2018 · Points: 0

The Mountain Bike Park at Brian Head Resort, with its combined chairlift and shuttle service, gives riders access to over 100 miles of the most scenic and exhilarating mountain bike trails in the country.

Brian Head Resort is excited to announce that in May of 2018, we will begin a significant phased improvement program to its existing lift-served downhill mountain bike trail network. The Resort has partnered with the legendary trail building experts at Momentum Trail Concepts to create a modern, world-class lift-served trail experience. Momentum is excited about the potential of the unique topography Brian Head has to offer, and will begin efforts as soon as the Winter snow pack recedes. Phase One of the project will involve top-to-bottom improvements to the Resort’s existing Color Country intermediate trail, and will take approximately six weeks to complete. Upon completion, Color Country will be transformed into an easier, modern flow trail spanning approximately 3.5 miles. The Resort plans to have the trail completed and ready to RIDE by mid July in time for its First Annual Rock ‘n Ride Festivalon July 14th & 15th.

Updates on Phase Two & Three  of the project will be posted as soon as plans are finalized, and will most likely involve the modernization of the Z-Line and Timberline trails.
The Forest Service is also in the process of improving the famous back country trails Bunker Creek and Dark Hollow. The current plan is to have one fork of Bunker Creek completed and available to riders by July 4th. We will continue to monitor their efforts, and will inform our riders of their progress as information becomes available.
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