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John's Trail

 3.9 (10)

1.7 Miles 2.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

69' 21 m

Ascent

-537' -164 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

15%

Max Grade (9°)

8,236' 2,510 m

High

7,718' 2,352 m

Low

Shared By Nick Wilder

Conditions


All Clear 68 days ago
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Nonstop tight skinny switchbacks - stay focused!

Nick Wilder

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

Description

From the top of the Town Lift, head uphill for just a tiny bit, then begin a twisty, tight, non-stop descent that feels like you're in deep forest the whole time. The trail is all singletrack, with roots, narrow tree openings, and tight turns, but it's not really very difficult. With all these challenges, and so many switchbacks across the fall line, you go quite slow - you never really get any speed and the trail's 1.7 miles takes a long time. It's a hell of a lot of fun!

It's suitable for intermediates willing to go slow, or wanting to push their limits just a bit.

You'll frequently get near the historic towers that supported the ore mining carts.

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Sep 10, 2017
tharlow harlow
Jul 29, 2017
Michael Alcott
Oct 2, 2014
John Connolly
What a fantastic change of pace from the "typical" Utah ride! Normally worry about wheel path choice, on this you also have to worry about handlebars!
Jun 4, 2014
Matt Hage
Oct 9, 2013
Jesse Kenyon

Trail Ratings

  3.9 from 10 votes

#9

in Park City

#5720

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#9

in Park City

#212

in Utah

#5,720

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Introduced to John's Trail on an after work ride in PC. Pure awesomeness! Jun 5, 2014
Want to experience some tight loamy aspen singletrack, this is the ride. This is a techy fun trail! Aug 25, 2017

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