Naildriver

 5 votes

2.4 Miles 3.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

3' 1 m

Ascent

-1,078' -329 m

Descent

9,195' 2,803 m

High

8,119' 2,475 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

32%

Max Grade (18°)

All Clear

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An enjoyable top-to-bottom downhill cruise.

Megan W

Overview

Description

From the top of the Sterling Express lift, head west down the Homeward Bound service road as it curves around the hilltop. Very shortly you'll pick up the well-signed Naildriver singletrack on the left.

Pass through open, scrubby fields of sage as you switchback down the easy well-bermed trail. Enjoy the expansive views of Jordanelle Resevoir and the Kamas Valley over the backside of Deer Valley Resort.

At the saddle, look for Naildriver signs at the major trail intersection, then pass by a snowmaking reservoir. The fun continues as you cruise down though aspen forests and meadows.

This is the easiest way to bike down from the Sterling Express lift, and although it has a few short, slightly loose sections, it's not technical and will be enjoyable for intermediates.

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Sep 16, 2017
Chris Sarot
Fun park! Fun trail. Dirt was perfect after rain the day before! Deer Valley does it right!
Aug 14, 2017
Mike McAuley
Jul 30, 2017
Tabby Carroll
Loose gravel everywhere that made the ride completely unenjoyable. This trail should be rated more difficult as a result. 2.4mi
Jul 24, 2017
Michael Bishop
3mi
Jul 17, 2017
Christian Villalta

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  3.0 from 5 votes

#8

in Deer Valley

#11538

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in Deer Valley

#410

in Utah

#11,538

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