Park City MTB & Trail News

‘Cuz Outside Isn’t Free

Support Trails During Live PC Give PC

Despite popular belief, outside is NOT FREE. No – there are countless hours spent meeting, planning, and advocating for every precious foot of trail that gets dug and open space that is preserved. It’s a significant effort, often undertaken by thankless and dedicated volunteers looking to improve communities and trail access for all. Whether you’re a newbie to the sport, XC hammerhead, enduro bro, or downhiller, one thing is for sure: all those new trails being built and improvements happening over at Deer Valley & Canyons Bike Park wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the miles of interconnected singletrack, built and maintained by trail groups through community support.

So how about chipping in and showing your favorite trail group some love this week during Live PC Give PC. Whether it’s $15, $50, or $500 – it all helps churn out additional trail, and is likely way less than you spent on that ski pass.

Support the South Summit Trails Foundation

Not sure who to give your hard earned coin to? We’d suggest South Summit Trails Foundation. SSTF is new to the scene, and already in their first year they’ve helped advocate for & build new trails at High Star Ranch. They are committed to expanding trail options & resources in greater Summit County which includes the Kamas Valley & Uinta Mountains. Learn more at Live PC Give PC.

Donate to South Summit Trails Foundation

All donations made prior to or on November 4, 2015 will count for Live PC Give PC.

About the author


Alex is a designer by trade & mid-grade adventurer by night who’s quite partial to knobby tired bikes, clean design, & dirty hands. When not updating this silly website, he's likely off exploring the nearby hills with a few of his favorite partners in crime.

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