Hiking Deer Valley & Park City
Welcome to one of the most incredible places to hike! People have been hiking Deer Valley and the surrounding Park City mountains since the 19th century. Whether they were looking for riches, or like today, looking for glorious views, Deer Valley hiking has always offered its visitors mountains of adventure.
When Hiking Trails in Deer Valley Remember to:
- Explore and discover in respectful ways to the land, wildlife, and the other people you are sharing it with.
- Remember to bring plenty of water while hiking and playing outdoors around Deer Valley & Park City, Utah.
- Stay on the trails. Deer Valley hiking trails are beautiful because residents and visitors respect minimal impact practices.
- Please pick up after yourself, you pack it in, you pack it out.
- See Deer Valley Resort Hiking Trails Code of Conduct for more tips and information when hiking Deer Valley.
Recommended Deer Valley Hiking
Sultan Out & Back to Suntan Connection Loop - This is a 2.8-mile Deer Valley hiking trail route, generally considered easy. It takes on average 1.5 hours and depending on weather & ground conditions, the trail is open from May through October. Dogs are not allowed on this trail. The trail is shared with horse riders.
Bald Mountain via Ontario Trail - Discover this 4.7-mile moderate-rated out and back trail that allows dogs but they must be on a leash. The trail is open May through October, weather and ground conditions permitting. Once on top, enjoy 360-degree views. This trail is a hiking trail only.
Corvair Trail - Enjoy this moderate 2.9 out and back trail. Accessible June through October and is one of the more popular Deer Valley hikes. Mountain Bikers get to share this trail, dogs are not allowed.
Farm Trail - This family-friendly paved Park City hiking trail goes by meadows and the iconic barn. There is no shade, so it is best to visit in the morning or late afternoon. On average it takes an hour to an hour and a half and is 3.6 miles out and back. Dogs are not allowed at all on this trail.
Poison Creek Trail - Considered an easy route, this 2.7-mile out and back trail usually takes about an hour. It travels along the east side of City Park and into the historical mining part of Park City. Dogs are welcome on the trail but must be on a leash.
Bloods Lake Trail - A 2.7-mile out and back moderate-rated trail. The trailhead can easily be reached at the top of Old State Route 152, just below Guardsman Pass. Within a short distance, you arrive at the lake which is primarily an easy hike except for the last portion, which is a steep and rocky trail. Dogs are not allowed on this trail.
Other Great Outdoor Deer Valley, Utah Activities
There is more than one way to enjoy Deer Valley and Park City's unique outdoors. Check out additional trails on our Deer Valley Mountain Biking page, or hit the fairway with some amazing golf courses. Have kids? Check out fantastic kid-friendly activities.
Hiking Deer Valley or Park City? Find Your Home Base...
Hiking Deer Valley & Park City is an amazing adventure for visitors of all skill sets! And after a great day on the trails, we invite you to come home to one of our wonderful vacation rentals each with their own private hot tub.
Search our Deer Valley rentals for easy access to the trails and the mountains. Get ready for your mountain vacation by exploring our Deer Valley Local Area Guide! Or contact us for great local insights.