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    Park City DH riding

    Hello all I will be attending the IMBA conference in June and am wondering what bike and equipment to bring.

    I have a stinky and a Nomad can anyone tell me about the trails in park city??? How is the DH should i bring the pads. Any info will be helpful. Thanks a bunch.

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    There are a variety of trails on Park City. I'd probably suggest the Nomad but it depends on your build. I would bring pads, there is some DH on Park City mountain and Deer Valley has several lift served DH trails.

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    When in June?

    I am not sure any of the trails will be rideable then. Check with the resorts before you get your hopes up. You should bring skis. There will be snow on the 4th of july this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedalfaraway
    I am not sure any of the trails will be rideable then. Check with the resorts before you get your hopes up. You should bring skis. There will be snow on the 4th of july this year.
    Quite true.

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    Deer Valley specifically had killer DH trails... The rest are good and a lot of fun, great climbing, but they are more or less fairly mellow terrain wise. Hardtail does 100% fine for example... Hope it helps..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedalfaraway
    I am not sure any of the trails will be rideable then. Check with the resorts before you get your hopes up. You should bring skis. There will be snow on the 4th of july this year.
    Please don't say such hurtful things.

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