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    Too late for DV lifts?

    Staying in PC for wife's 50th birthday, Sept 19-23, but I read DV lifts will be closed for season? Will all area lifts be closed?
    We're looking for a mix of XC and DH.
    Any suggestions of "must do" rides (2-4 hours, 2,000-3,000 total ascent) XC, but can handle any tech stuff? Thanks for any advice.
    Every day above ground is a great day!

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    Yeah, you'll miss DV closing. You can still ride up, of course, but the lifts will be shut down.

    Lifts will still be spinning Thurs-Sun at PCMR, but the riding there is... not great if you're looking for tech. You can find a few fun things to lap but I personally wouldn't spend the money on a bike haul ticket there unless you really hate climbing.

    There have been a billion threads about recommended rides, do a search. Quick hit list of classics would be Flying Dog, Wasatch Crest (finish to Canyons), Round Valley, various stuff at DV, etc, etc. You will have plenty to do, and the weather should be great. Enjoy!


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    Thanks Walt.
    Every day above ground is a great day!

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    You're correct re: Deer Valley ops. I did a cursory search of Park City/Canyons bike hauling but didn't find anything. Call them for info. Shuttling services will still be in operation, weather permitting. Everything in PC is very climbable, though.

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