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Deer Crest

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Length

1.9 Miles 3.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

Elevation

815' 249 m

Ascent

-11' -3 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (5°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

8,044' 2,452 m

High

7,239' 2,206 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 16 days ago
Dry History

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Nice smooth singletrack covering the lower Deer Valley.

Nick Wilder

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Deer Crest is a good trail up or down. Though it's more fun going downhill, it's a good option if you want to ride uphill and avoid paying for the lift (the other option is Tour Des Homes, which is considerably less interesting).

In either direction, you'll find mostly smooth, comfortable singletrack: not too skinny, not too wide, not too rocky or rooty, but just enough small obstacles to keep it interesting. There are short sections of dirt road, but all intersections are well marked. Some sections are exposed on a hot slope while other bits are in deep forest, but this area is generally hotter and drier than most of the trails to the east in Deer Valley and Park City.

Downhill, this one flows perfectly, with nice berms and good traction the whole way.

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Jun 13, 2018
Matt Murphy 1
May 28, 2018
Sidney Hilton
Sep 13, 2017
Bede Drieberg
Sep 10, 2017
tharlow harlow
Jul 24, 2017
Michael Bishop
Jun 6, 2017
MTB Project Staff
Really dusty. Keep an eye out for other riders.
Aug 13, 2016
Geri Ahlers
Aug 8, 2016
Geri Ahlers

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  3.0 from 3 votes

#10

in Deer Valley

#13603

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#10

in Deer Valley

#479

in Utah

#13,603

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