East 224 Connector and McCloud Creek Trails
The East 224 Connector was established by the Mountain Trails Foundation. This trail, and the McLeod Creek trail, were established to connect Park City from one end to the other. The wide, flat pathway takes trail-goers through wooded areas, over bridges with scenic views, past old barns and next to the Swaner Nature Reserve. Pleasant, flat and easily accessed, this stretch of trails begins in Park City and winds along the road out to the Redstone Center at Kimball Junction. The East 224 trail is 3.7 miles and McCloud Creek is 6 miles. Dogs are allowed on leash.
Gambel Oak Loop
Gambel Oak Loop is a 3.9 mile loop located near Park City. Wildlife is often seen along this trail. This easy loop is great for beginners but still fun for the more experienced. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed.
PC Hill trail is a 1.3 mile intermediate level trail right in Park City. It provides scenic views of the city and surrounding area. Other local trails are available in this area as well. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed.
Rockport Lake Trail
Rockport Lake Trail is a two-mile, out-and-back trail located near Coalville, Utah. The trail runs near Rockport Lake. Appropriate for all skill levels, this almost flat trail makes for a pleasant traverse. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed.
Round Valley is 700 acres of preserved open space just northeast of Old Town. There are five trailheads from which you can access the maze of trails found in this area. They include: Quinn’s Junction (the most popular trailhead), Round Valley Way, The Cove, Old Ranch Road and Highland Drive. Parking is available, the trails are free and there are year-round restroom facilities.