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Trail difficulty
Blue
Elevation Gain
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Trail type
Loop
Distance
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The Dutch Hollow Trail System is a network of mountain biking, hiking, and equestrian trails located in beautiful Midway, Utah. Located within the Wasatch Mountain State Park, the trail system consists of many wide open tracks in the lower elevations that become tighter and more technical as you climb. There is a bunch of singletrack for the mountain bikers in addition to wide roads that are better suited for horses. Dogs are welcome and love the open terrain here, but keep a close eye on them because there can be some danger with downhill bikers and horses on the trail.

Access to most of the area requires a pretty steady climb from the trailhead before things level out, and this area can be demanding for novice riders to enjoy. Fourteen miles of singletrack are located in these parts, and the average trail is between 2 and 3 miles long. Trail terrain ranges from beginner to advanced.

Crowds are not usually a problem here; there are so many great trails nearby in Park City that Midway is often left to the locals. Keep your eyes open for moose, deer, and the occasional elk herd. The lower trails are perfect for snowshoeing in the winter, so keep this place in mind year round.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Summer
Fall

Congestion

Low

Parking Pass

State Park Fee

Pros

Wide open terrain. Many trails to choose from. Nice views of Midway. Open to dogs and horses.

Cons

Sandy sections. Lots of elevation climb to start.

Pets allowed

Allowed

Trailhead Elevation

5,746.00 ft (1,751.38 m)

Net Elevation Gain

700.00 ft (213.36 m)

Features

Big Game Watching
Wildlife
Big vistas

Typically multi-day

No

Suitable for

Hiking
Horseback

Location

Field Guide

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