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Seven Thousand Foot Loop PC

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

Singletrack, singletrack, and more singletrack. Mostly technical, fast sections pieced together to make a loop
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Trail Directions
Top of Main Street, Park City. Go to the free parking lot on the Mine road adjacent to the top of Main. (Sandridge Parking Lot)
Trail Length
8-12 miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Park City

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Review Date
March 15, 2009

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Aerobic Difficulty
 3 of 5

Technical Difficulty
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Peetey ,  Cross Country Rider

Same. New handbuilt singletrack replaces the woodchip trail and pavement sections. After riding Snowtop trail, which ends on the pavement, climb 100yds looking on the Right to locate a 1-mile-long singltrack(TwoFingers) which ends on a doubletrack. Climb for another 100yds, then right on another dbltrk. to the saddle where you drop down on Skidrow and Lost Prospector...

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Review Date
June 24, 2002

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: PM , from Park City, UT

Best bet is to pick up a free trailmap at one of the
shops in town, then follow this description. Starting
at the Sandridge Parking lot near the top of Main St,
Head up the Mine Road pavement from the intersection
of the Guardsman Pass/Mine Road and Hillside Ave for
about 100 yards. Turn left on a dirt road which clims
steeply up 50 feet where the 2nd of two lefts appear
(within 25 feet). Take the 2nd left singletrack (Rossi Hill Singletrack) and stay on it, ignoring any
other intersections. This sweet singletrack
will wind around thru aspen groves and thick vegetation, and dumps you out onto the pavement of Royal Street. Go up the pavement 100 yards, and
on the left is a road sign which also marks the next singletrack section (Pine Inn) Take this beauty singletrack to the end where it comes out on more
pavement near Deer Valley Snowpark lodge. Go past the lodge on the pavement, and look right away for another trail which climbs up east, then contours
north to the DeerCrest Security Gate. Go past the
Security building and immediately get on another trail (Snow Top) which climbs some switchbacks, than bombs down on the backside to MittRomneys'crib.
From here, climb the pavement 200 feet, and go left
on the Woodchip Trail(stay straight and on contour) until you come out again on pavement. Go left, down
the blacktop to a stopsign. Turn right and look right away for some stairs on the left (handrail) where a singletrack drops off the pavement, winding down to more pavement. Go right here, and head east to the furthest east paved culta-sac, and pick up a dirt doubletrack which goes NORTH 100 feet to a saddle, where a 4-way intersection is. Go downhill (north)
from here, dropping down to the Lost Prospector trail,(left) which will contour on the 7000 foot
level all the way back to city park, where from here, you pedal up Main Street to a cold beer.
This is a good 1.25 hour ride of the best singletrack
Park City has to offer.

Recommended Route:
Start at the top of Main St so you can end up at the local beer making establishment.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
All Park City singletrack above town.

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