The Kamas Loop. This is a classic route with a little bit of everything. Take Highway 248 towards Kamas from Quinn’s Junction and climb up high around the Jordanelle Reservoir. At the bottom of the descent, cross the road with a left turn on 2000 West which turns into North Democrat Alley. This has the last mile of dirt road during the ride. The road can be as smooth as pavement or loose and rutted depending on the time of the year.
Turn left onto Wooden Shoe Lane through Oakley, then left on state Route 32 in Peoa, and finally, after about one mile, a left onto Brown’s Canyon. Brown’s Canyon has been part of the Tour of Utah, USA Cycling National Championships, and countless local races. At the top of Brown’s, you’ll intersect back with 248 to Park City.