Park City Mountain Bike Tours

The International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) has recently named Park City the world’s first (and so far only) Gold-Level Ride Center! That’s how good this place is for mountain biking – for every level of rider.

Why? Partly because the bike centric atmosphere in the summer rivals the ski centric nature of the town in the winter. Partly because Park City is an internationally recognized resort town with great lodging and restaurants, and partly because of the great bike shops like Jans and White Pine. Mostly, however, this is a Gold-Level Ride Center because of the 400+ miles of pristine single-track that is the envy of a whole world’s worth of mountain bikers... learn more

For more information call White Pine Touring at (888) 649-8710 or e-mail experts@whitepinetouring.com.

Green CircleGREEN CIRCLES - We don’t expect any heart stoppage on these trails, and they are suitable for most kids to ride with minimal whining. In fact, these trails have been designed with families, seniors, and beginner riders in mind.

Blue SquareBLUE SQUARES - If you are coming from sea level, and you are past your twenties and/or you don’t get much exercise, these rides will get you huffing and puffing a little, or maybe a lot. While there is some challenge involved, any crash should be patchable with a Band-Aid.

Double Blue SquareDOUBLE BLUE SQUARES - Strength is the major determinant in the jump from one square to two. You will have to clear some obstacles that require the front tire to get airborne briefly and on several of the rides, you’ll be in the saddle for a long time.

Black DiamondBLACK DIAMONDS - Riders in this category should know who they are, but the jump from two squares to one diamond means more grunt factor and more technical difficulty, plus generally more time in the saddle.

Double Black DiamondDOUBLE BLACK DIAMONDS - Park City doesn’t have that much riding that is truly intimidating, but there is a little on these rides. Advanced riders will be able to handle most of these trails without walking or carrying their bikes too much, but it will take them longer than Expert riders.

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Click On A Ride To Check It Out

Get the scoop on the best dirt in town by clicking on the rides shown here. You’ll see maps of where they go, pictures from the rides, and elevation charts so you can see what you are in for.... learn more


Go Where You Wouldn’t Go On Your Own

If you are looking for an adventure a little outside your normal realm, book a trip with a guide. Because our guides can tell you what’s coming and can give you technique tips to help you handle it.... learn more