Trailside Park Mountain Biking

Central Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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Trailside Park Mountain Biking


  • Pump track at Trailside Park.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Jump line at Trailside Park.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Big c-wall on Bronto Jam.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Jumps on Bronto Jam.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Overview of skills area at Trailside Park.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Bridge on Bamm Bamm.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Berm on Bamm Bamm.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Whale-tail on Bamm Bamm.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Rock garden on Mr. Muchrocks.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Rock garden on Mr. Muchrocks.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
  • Climbing out of Mr. Muchrocks.- Trailside Park Mountain Biking
Overview + Weather
Easy access. Something for everyone. Skill building.
Busy. No shade.
Central Wasatch Mountains, UT
Pets allowed: 
Net Elevation Gain: 
158.00 ft (48.16 m)
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Spring, Summer, Fall
Trail difficulty: 
Total Distance: 
0.00 mi (0.00 km)
Trail type: 
Trailhead Elevation: 
6,625.00 ft (2,019.30 m)
Typically multi-day: 
Current Local Weather:
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Trailside Bike Park is a great example of the Park City area’s commitment to supporting the sport of mountain biking. It is a free access, well maintained, and constantly improving favorite mountain bike park for Park City visitors and locals.

The park includes a wide range of skill building features that cater to everyone from the very beginner to the much more advanced riders. There are pump tracks, jump lines, small flow trails, and ladder sections in the lower portion of the park. From there, you will see a climbing trail that will take you to the top of the hill in the middle of the park. A platform on top will give you access to three separate trails. The first, and oldest, is an intermediate slopestyle trail called Bronto Jam, easily visible due to the large c-wall in the middle of the trail. A second trail, Mr. Muchrocks, is a beginner to intermediate all-mountain/enduro-style run that packs in rock gardens and smaller ladder features. Finally, the advanced Bamm Bamm Trail will give you larger slopestyle features, including mandatory drops and gaps. Newer riders will definitely want to scope out the features before giving them a go, but more advanced riders should be able to clear them with ease.

All-in-all, with all the possible mountain biking options available in Park City, Trailside Park stands out for it’s easy access, long riding season, and variety in types and difficulty of features available. It’s the kind of place that your children can safely ride in a pump track while you practice your style over doubles, and that alone makes it worth a visit.

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A short, 35-minute drive from Salt Lake City International Airport puts you in the heart of Park City, Utah. Here, you can spend your days enjoying the endless alpine beauty and recreation of two year-round resorts, Park City Mountain and Deer Valley. Go for the gold and fulfill a lifelong Olympic dream on a bobsled ride at the Utah Olympic Park, get a bird's eye view of town in a hot air balloon, or explore over 400 miles of scenic hiking and biking trails. And when the sun goes down, relax with signature drinks and award-winning dining before taking in an outdoor concert, festival or a night out on Historic Main Street. 

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