Mountain biking and hiking offer a range of challenges and adventures. Trail users can choose gentle scenic routes or challenging singletrack descents. Regardless of what type of terrain you select, remember there are elements of risk in mountain biking and hiking that common sense and personal awareness can help to create a great trail experience for everyone. By mountain biking and hiking at Deer Valley Resort, trail users understand and acknowledge that mountain biking and hiking are hazardous sports with many inherent risks and assume all risks of personal injury as well as damage to or loss of property arising from participation in these sports.
HELMETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL BIKERS. NO SMOKING ON THE MOUNTAIN. NO DOGS ON THE MOUNTAIN. PLEASE DO NOT LITTER.
The use of other on-snow devices such as, but not limited to, snowboards, teleboards, ski bikes, sleds, toboggans or monoskis are restricted from use on the mountain. Reasonable accommodations for adaptive ski devices will be made; however, they must be in accordance with the resort's skiing only, on alpine or telemark equipment, policy. Standard adaptive devices recognized by the ski industry and provided by the National Ability Center which provide for equal access and experience are welcome at Deer Valley.