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Road to WOS Loop

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Trail Mapped Wrong?

Length

4.1 Miles 6.6 Kilometers


75%

Singletrack

Elevation

648' 198 m

Ascent

-650' -198 m

Descent

6%

Avg Grade (3°)

23%

Max Grade (13°)

7,894' 2,406 m

High

7,317' 2,230 m

Low

Conditions


All Clear 14 days ago
Dry - Trail is clear. Technically, you CAN do the loop in either direction. But I 1000% recommend the direction shown here. History

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A great, quick, after work ride.

Tony Cummins

Overview [Suggest Changes]

This is a great quick and easy ride when it's too hot to ride a lot of other places in PC or SLC. The pines are open so there is not the humidity you find on some of the other trails in the area on hot days. The trailhead can sometimes have some mean biting flies for some reason, also I have seen warnings posted at this trailhead of bear activity in the area so be careful at dawn or dusk. Otherwise a great quick ride on buffed singletrack
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Family Friendly: Easy buffed trails, short climb compared to other PC trails.
Dogs: Off-leash

Description [Suggest Changes]

The trailhead is at the bend in the road. Park alongside the road. Begin with a short, steep climb past a gate and up a dirt road. Watch for the start of the singletrack on left (I think this part had a different trail name but it will take you to Road to WOS). This well-buffed trail switchbacks up to the Road to WOS loop. An easy climb compared to some Park City climbs. There are other mountain bike and hiking trails in the area not mapped on this site yet.

You'll come to a "T" on the trail. This is the start of the actual loop if you follow this route. You'll return to this point for your descent back to the trailhead from the opposite direction. We always go left here, I think it flows better this way when coming down. Follow the Road to WOS signs.

If going in the direction as mapped, the descent portion at the west end of the trail you'll come to a trail intersection where there is not a Road to WOS sign. Go in the direction of the sign that says "Trail", and that will take you back to the "T" intersection.

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Land Manager: Park City Municipal

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In the Description where it says "Go in the direction of the sign that says Trail" it should say, Go in the direction of the sign that says "Trailhead". Jul 11, 2017
Peter Kendrick
Salt Lake City, UT
Peter Kendrick   Salt Lake City, UT
The trail is considerably busier now than in the past. Having said this, please ride the loop clockwise (hint: it's way more fun too) 7 days ago

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