Park City is home to an extensive web of mountain biking trails, and sometimes it can feel like a complex, albeit intriguing, maze. Our White Pine Touring guide service can help you decipher the trail map and show you what makes this town an IMBA-certified Gold Level mountain biking destination.
Whether you’re looking for someone to lead a stress-free mountain bike adventure for the whole family, or simply want a fellow ripper to help you find the best dirt, our guided mountain bike tours are tailored specifically to your interest and skill level.
Check out our available tours below to decide which one is right for you, and book online to start your adventure.
*Mountain bike, water bottle, and helmet provided for all tours
GREEN CIRCLES We don’t expect any heart stoppage on these trails, and they are suitable for most kids to ride. In fact, these trails have been designed with families, seniors, and beginner riders in mind.
BLUE 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 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 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 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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From the open dirt trails of her native New York to the Crest trail of Park City, Shaun Raskin-Deutschlander has always gravitated towards mountain biking. “I go up because I love to go down!” she proclaims. Shaun's guided tours are all about having fun, and picking the right trail for each client's skill and interest level.
Mike joined White Pine Touring in 2008 and enjoys road and mountain biking, since their techniques complement each other. Take a bike tour with Mike and you're in good hands. He is passionate and positive, and makes sure his clients will have at least one "I never knew that" discovery.
Built with a need for speed, Chris started mountain biking for off-season training as a summer counterpart to skiing. He loves working outside and sharing his passion for the outdoors with others. Chris likes to teach riders on his tours to listen to their instincts without overthinking it, but mostly, to just have fun.
Tim has seen mountain biking come a long way since the late 80s, when he and his friends were discovering the sport. With over two decades of living and riding in Park City, Tim knows the trail system well. If he had to pick a favorite it would be the Wasatch Crest Trail for its 360-degree views.
An experienced guide across several disciplines, including climbing, road biking and mountain biking, Stuart really enjoys guiding mountain biking. "Berms and whoops through fields and forests are really hard to beat," he says. And as far as trails go, whichever trail he's riding with friends is a good one.