The Park City Wine Festival is Proud to Benefit:
the Mountain Trails Foundation
Park City, Utah
The Mountain Trails Foundation builds, maintains and advocates for non-motorized trails in the greater Park City area. Established in 1992, at a time when Park City had only a few trails, cut illegally on private land, Mountain Trails addressed the need to create win-win agreements between landowners and outdoor enthusiasts. Now, after 28 years of working with local government, ski resorts, private landowners and developers, Park City boasts over 400 miles of non-motorized trails. Outdoor recreation, such as mountain biking, hiking, trail running, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snow biking, brings people to our town from all over the world. In fact, the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) designated Park City the world’s first ever Gold Level Ride Center. This globally recognized award speaks to the quality and accessibility of Park City’s trails.
Trail advocacy is central to our mission. To help maintain a safe and fun trail system, Mountain Trails keeps trail users up to speed on etiquette and safety issues by providing on-trail signage, messaging in social media, trailhead meet and greets, and a monthly newsletter. By educating trail-users of all types, we help mitigate conflict and make the trail system a safer, happier place to recreate.
Mountain Trails is funded by trail lovers like you. Please donate today at www.MountainTrails.org or call Lora at (435) 513-0347.
We hope to see you out on the trails!