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Pinecone

Intermediate
 4.7 (18)

The link from Mid Mountain to the high altitudes of the Wasatch Crest.


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Map Key

3.8

Miles

6.1

KM

Singletrack

9,809' 2,990 m

High

8,416' 2,565 m

Low

1,393' 425 m

Up

23' 7 m

Down

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

22%

Max Grade (13°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

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Description

Pinecone is the transition from the aspen and pine forests to high alpine tundra.

The route is a steady pedal up with views that open up the higher you go. The last couple of miles is a grind for the most part, except for the very last bit that mellows out before Wasatch Crest.

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Leslie Kehmeier

Trail Ratings

  4.7 from 18 votes

#2

in Park City

#398

Overall
  4.7 from 18 votes
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#2

in Park City

#55

in Utah

#398

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Photos

Heading down Pinecone, high above Park City!
Sep 4, 2016 near Park City, UT
Some of the best flow through aspens you'll ever experience!
Oct 12, 2016 near Park City, UT
Pinecone’s aspen forests in its lower reaches give way to pine forests—this is one of the best trails in Park City and the Wasatch
Jun 9, 2018 near Park City, UT
Looking west at the Wasatch Crest trail from the top of Puke Hill
Aug 5, 2013 near Park City, UT
Atop Puke hill, Well worth the Ride up
Aug 24, 2015 near Park City, UT

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Oct 16, 2019
Cade Dopp
Sep 5, 2018
Sean Dullum
Rode up to this trail and descended to mid mountain and back to the montage. Great downhill. 4mi
Jul 14, 2018
John Gipson
Did as part of a 70 mile loop on dropbar mtbs. 3.8mi
Jun 30, 2018
Tim Larisch
Jun 10, 2018
Avery Cook
Aug 13, 2017
Lonnie Porter
Aug 4, 2017
John Wallace
Beautiful ride great singletrack. Most fun downhill all year
Aug 5, 2016
Peter Streibig