The path best traveled.
Snowbird’s extensive network of trails provides many opportunities for outdoor enjoyment. Whether you are exploring right from the Snowbird Center, enjoying the wildflowers in Mineral Basin or walking down after an Aerial Tram ride to Hidden Peak, you’ll find hiking in the Wasatch Mountains to be a rewarding experience.
- Walk the Observation Point Trail to view interpretive panels about the local area and relax on a deck with great down-canyon views.
- Hike Dean’s Delight to enjoy a lovely dirt trail that weaves through groves of trees and over the cascading Gad Valley stream.
- Take the Aerial Tram to Hidden Peak then hike Peruvian Gulch Road or Wildflower Trail to the Tunnel, an interpretive walk through the mountain itself, then ride down on the Peruvian Chairlift (height restrictions apply).
All Hiking & Multi-Use Trails
Trail Safety & Etiquette
- Familiarize yourself with the trail system and select rides/hikes within your ability level.
- Stay in control and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects. Share the trail and yield to others.
- Respect all trail and road closures. Observe all posted signs and ride/hike only on designated trails.
- Review weather conditions before you go. Be prepared with proper clothing and avoid ridges and peaks when lightning threatens.
- Take plenty of drinking water and snacks with you. Do not drink from mountain streams or ponds.
- Be sensitive to the environment and respectful of wildlife. Stay on trail and do not approach animals.
- Maintenance vehicles may be encountered at any time on the mountain.
Need a Ride?
Complimentary hiker transportation from village trailheads and the White Pine parking lot is available by calling 801.933.2137.
7 am - 7 pm, Daily