Our 2013 Summer Trail Map
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Enjoy a scenic gondola ride to 8,000 feet (mountain bikes welcome) where you will find beautiful views, never-ending trails for hiking and mountain biking, and Red Pine Cafe offering a quick and delicious lunch and refreshing beverages. Sorry! Dogs are not permitted on gondola.
AMBUSH • Mixed Use • More Difficult
For hikers and bikers looking for a trail out of the base area, Ambush is the one. This trail is an easier climb than Holly’s. With 1,200’ of elevation gain, Ambush departs from the base area via the service road, climbs towards the Super Condor Express lift, and meanders through some switchbacks until meeting up with Short Swing or continuing ahead to the Mid Mountain trail. Rosebud’s Heaven and Rob’s are also accessible via Ambush.
SHORT SWING • Mixed Use • More Difficult
This connector trail is perfect for those looking to meet up with either Holly’s or Ambush. Short Swing takes you through a beautiful section of the resort in between the Super Condor Express and Sun Peak Express lifts. For those aiming to do a short loop, try taking Ambush from the base area over to Short Swing and then back down Holly’s.
MID MOUNTAIN • Mixed Use • More Difficult
The Mid Mountain trail meanders through Canyons at an approximate elevation of 8,000’. This is a multi-use trail; please be aware that hikers, mountain bikers and horses could be on the trail at anytime. Please be aware of your location as you leave the boundaries of Canyons. The approximate length of this trail to the resort boundary on the south is 4 miles and the length to the resort boundary on the north is 4 miles.
IRON MAN • Mixed Use • More Difficult
One of the resort’s newest additions, this trail is accessible via the Mid Mountain trail and meanders across Iron Mountain offering scenic views of both Canyons Resort and the town of Park City.
GOLDFINGER • Mixed Use • More Difficult
Accessible from either Iron Man or Mid Mountain, this new trail is full of switchbacks and is best enjoyed from the south to the north. Goldfinger can be utilized as part of a loop from Red Pine Lodge as you start out on Mid Mountain, turn onto Iron Man, head down Goldfinger and then return back on Mid Mountain.
HOLLY'S • Mixed Use • Very Difficult
This trail brings hikers and bikers to and from Red Pine Lodge via the base area and the bottom of Red Pine Gondola. Although the trail can be used in either direction, down is preferred (especially for bikers). This trail drops 900’ in approximately 4 miles. Leave Red Pine Lodge on the Mid Mountain trail and head over to Lookout Peak. From there, follow Holly’s to the base area.
WASATCH RIDGE CREST CONNECTOR • Mixed Use • Very Difficult
Accessed from the Mid Mountain trail, this is a difficult climb that gains access to the Wasatch Crest trail and upper Mill Creek Canyon. In the shade all day, this trail is the perfect escape from the mid-day heat.