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Wasatch Crest

 48 votes

Length

12.5 Miles 20.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

1,035' 316 m

Ascent

-2,595' -791 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

9,886' 3,013 m

High

7,613' 2,320 m

Low

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Classic high altitude singletrack - up there and out there.

Leslie Kehmeier

Overview

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Description

Wasatch Crest is one of those routes that satisfies the soul of anyone who like to pedal a bike. It's high alpine with 360 views just about the entire time - you're definitely up there and out there.

The Crest has multiple access points (Big Cottonwood Canyon, Mill Creek Canyon and Park City) - choose your own adventure and level of challenge. Starting from Park City will provide a good dose of moderate climbing and multiple loop options. This makes a good shuttle ride if you start from the top of Guardsman Pass.

Between the Pinecone and the Crest Connector the trail is not overly technical but still provides a handful of challenges. Be prepared for the Fakies, a series of short climbs that punctuate a fun descent.

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Sep 23, 2017
Brandon Hays
3 Inches of Snow. 12.5mi
Sep 13, 2017
Chris Sarot
Dry & dusty, some fast sections with rock gardens, ruts and exposed roots. Fun ride with connector to Ricochet.
Sep 10, 2017
tharlow harlow
Sep 8, 2017
Ned Skanchy
24mi
Sep 2, 2017
Dave Richards
Aug 30, 2017
Ashley A
Wasatch to mill d! A great evening ride on a hot day the views are incredible. Puke hill wasn't too bad either
Aug 29, 2017
Ashley A
Aug 15, 2017
Elise Pehrson

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  4.7 from 48 votes

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in Utah

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Is this trail Dry yet? May 24, 2017
Chances of it being dry by end of June? Also, which says are bikes allowed? Even or odd? Jun 6, 2017
Bikes are allowed on EVEN days on the upper Millcreek Canyon trails. Aug 2, 2017

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