Mountain Biker and Hiker Code of Conduct
Mountain biking/hiking offers a range of challenges and adventures. Trail users can choose gentle scenic routes or challenging single track descents. Regardless of what type of terrain you select, remember, there are elements of risk in mountain biking/hiking. Common sense and personal awareness can help to create a great trail experience for everyone.

By mountain biking/hiking at Deer Valley Resort, trail users understand and acknowledge that mountain biking/hiking are hazardous sports with many inherent risks and trail users assume all risks of personal injury as well as damage to or loss of property arising from participation in these sports.
First Aid Assistance
Please call 435-615-6208 for assistance
Release of Liability Waiver
All riders who enter the Deer Valley Bike Park must sign a release of liability waiver and obtain a complimentary access pass.

Complete Waiver
Trail System Guide
Even though a trail may be marked Easier, all trails still require basic mountain biking handling skills, mountain travel skills and physical fitness.

Please be aware and respectful of private and public land when crossing resort boundaries. Trails may be temporarily closed at any time due to construction and/or maintenance. Please obey signs for your safety.

Bike and helmet rentals, repairs, riding instruction and tours are available.
Important Things To Remember
Familiarize yourself with the trail systems and select routes within your ability level

When in doubt, walk your bike

Lower your seat when riding downhill

Area not patrolled. Be self-sufficient and aware of changing weather and terrain conditions. Water, tools, extra clothing, gloves, sturdy shoes and sunscreen are recommended

Always yield to vehicles, horses, hikers, uphill and slow riders

Obey all trail signs and markings and only ride/hike on designated trails. Ride, don’t slide!

Notify the lift operator for first aid assistance or call 435-615-6208

Don’t stop where you obstruct a trail or are not visible to others

Respect the environment and wildlife

Prior to using any lift, you must have the knowledge and ability to load, ride and unload safely

Helmets required for all bikers

No smoking on the mountain

No dogs on the mountain

Please do not litter
Ride Smart: Slow Down Before You Speed Up
Crashes can happen on your first lap. Ride the trail multiple times to get familiar with the features and equipment you’re on so you can more confidently push your limits without pushing your threshold. Jumping skills are required for freeride trails.

Pre-ride: Warm up the brain and body and inspect the trail at low speed.

Re-ride: Lap the trail a few times and get to know the flow of the features.

Free-ride: Start small and work your way up to faster speeds and larger features.

Summer Safety Yield Sign