Deer Valley announces summer programming
On Monday, Deer Valley Resort announced its additions to its summer programming that begins June 14. Here’s a look at this summer’s activities and changes.
No Enduro Cup: Riders may be sad to hear that the SCOTT Enduro Cup has been canceled. Deer Valley has hosted it since 2016, and it was at Park City Mountain Resort’s Canyons Village for five years before that. The five-stop circuit hosted races in Utah, Colorado and New Mexico. The Deer Valley stop was a qualifying event for the Enduro World Series, and sent riders down some of the resort’s most technical terrain.
Undertow trail: The resort is opening Undertow, a two-and-a-half mile, intermediate-level single track mountain bike trail accessible from the Homestake Express lift on Bald Eagle Mountain. The flow trail features berms, rollers and other features and connects the mid and lower mountain terrain, a press release stated. Day passes for bikers using the lifts are $48 for an adult, $38 for youth and seniors. A season lift pass is $425.
Adventure Camps return: Deer Valley will continue to host its Summer Adventure Camp, in which participants between the ages of 2 and 12 participate in outdoor recreational activities, such as climbing on a rock wall in addition to games, puzzles, crafting and reading. The camp is based out of the Children’s Center at Snow Park Lodge and runs Monday through Friday, from June 10 to August 19, with July 4 and 24 off.
Hiking and scenic lift rides cost $22 for a full-day pass, or $16 for youth and seniors. Single-ride passes are $14.
For more information go to deervalley.com.
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