Bob’s Basin Freeride Trails
To preface, if you’re looking for gnarly jump lines or freeride style mountain biking in the contemporary sense of the word, you should head to a different Park City freeride mountain bike trail. However, Bob’s Basin Freeride trails are still a ton of fun to zip around on or link up with a longer ride, and definitely worth a visit for directional, flowy Park City trail riding.
A popular option is to link Bob’s Basin up with a longer ride such as Glenwild Loop or Flying Dog.
Getting to Bob’s Basin Freeride Trails
There are three main trails that make up the Bob’s Basin area: Crazy Eights, The Dropout, and Ant Farm, as well as the return trail, Fink Again. The most direct way to access the Bob’s Basin area is by parking at the Schoolhouse Trailhead. From here, hop on Fink Again and ascend the 300 ft to the top. All three options return to the bottom of Fink Again. Loop them til you’re dizzy.
View Bob’s Basin Freeride Trailhead on Google Maps.
When to ride Bob’s Basin Freeride Trails
Given the trails low elevation they tend to dry out fairly quickly for the season and are typically ready to ride by May. During the hotter summer months, ride them in the morning or early evening to avoid over-heating. Bob’s Basin is also an excellent option for night riding.
Bob’s Basin Freeride Trail Conditions
Snyderville Basin Recreation is an excellent resource for up-to-date Park City bike trail conditions. Feel free to leave a comment if you’ve ridden the trail lately or have more recent trail beta.
Bob’s Basin Apre Bike
Post-ride spin over to O’Shuck’s Pinebrook or Maxwells.
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