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    Lift assist in Deer Valley.

    The website seems a bit confusing, is this a fun place for a day of FR/DH type riding or is it more XC oriented lift assist?

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    Well, they don't actually assist you onto the lift. However, I'm certain they would slow it down or stop it if you're having trouble getting on. They do load your bike onto the lift, but don't discriminate.

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    real insightful... :jerkoff:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyMT
    real insightful... :jerkoff:
    jerk off? That's not very nice.

    Maybe if you were a bit more clear with your post there wouldn't have been any miscommunication with 'lift assist.'

    Here's my fat uncle Jessie's lift assist when he drives to Deer Valley just to clarify.


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    Don't mind SLCRMR, he hit his head last year at a DH race and has never been the same (seriously).

    Deer valley is the Best lift assist resort in Utah. It is fully worthy of a DH bike with 3 courses that are straight wicked. There aren't stunts or features like you might expect a nice resort to have these days. It's loose, and natural for the most part.

    There are good trails for average riders on trailbikes too, it's just loosa and gravely in places so we see weekend riders with scraped knees on a daily basis.

    There is an upper mtn and lower mtn, but you have to push to use the lower mtn since the lower lift goes over the summit and back down a few hundred feet to the upper lift. Some of the best trails are on the lower mtn though and no one rides them since a push is required.

    There's a shop with rentals and a resturant but i would run into park city for lunch.
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