Transit to trails
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In an effort to enrich the public's lives, preserve our landscapes and reduce congestion on roads and trail-heads, this public service is provided by Park City Municipal Corporation, Utah Open Lands, and Utah Mountain Shuttle with generous funding from the Central Wasatch Commission.
This FREE service allows hikers and bikers to catch a ride from Park City to popular trailheads on Saturdays and Sundays.
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TRANSIT TO TRAILS ROUTE INFORMATION
MAKE A RESERVATION
Check availability here:
Call, text, or email to reserve your seats.
801-808-1367 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide the following information when reserving:
Number of riders
Name and phone number of group leader
Return time (if required)
Equipment you will bring (bikes, etc)
Note: 6 Bikes MAX for trip
Park at pick-up location 5-10 minutes prior to departure
Load shuttle. (Please allow driver to load equipment and/or bikes)
Exit shuttle at desired trailhead. (If not returning with shuttle please inform driver)
Return to trailhead 5-10 minutes before designated return time.
If your plans unexpectedly change, please inform
driver via text at 435-200-5499.
Thank you for choosing to reduce carbon emissions and trailhead congestion.
Remember to plan for changing weather, bring water and lock your car. If you pack it in, please pack it out. This free service will be capped when capacity is met. Reservations for the upcoming weekend will be accepted Monday 7:30 AM through Friday 5:00 PM. Unscheduled or “walk-up” riders will be accepted based on availability. Last day of service is September 12, 2021. In an effort to enrich the public’s lives, preserve our landscapes and reduce congestion on roads and trailheads, this public service is provided by Park City Municipal Corporation, Utah Open Lands, Central Wasatch Commission and Utah Mountain Shuttle.
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