Utah’s Deer Valley Resort to Resume Lift-Served Mountain Biking in June

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DEER VALLEY RESORT, Utah (May 28, 2020) — Deer Valley Resort is pleased to announce that summer operations will begin in June 2020. This summer, the resort will offer lift-served mountain biking, hiking and scenic chairlift rides. All our operations will be taking extensive measures to comply with COVID-19 cleaning, operating procedures and guidelines and subject to local ordinances. Extensive details on Deer Valley’s updated operating protocols can be viewed on our website.

Utah's Mitch Ropelato races Stage Three of the SCOTT Enduro Cup at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, UT on Aug. 28, 2016. Ropelato won the race. Photo by Sean Ryan

Mountain Operations

Lift-served mountain biking, hiking and scenic rides, will open on June 26, 2020, (conditions permitting) and will be offered from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through Labor Day, September 7, 2020, then Saturdays and Sundays only through September 20, 2020. In addition, mountain bike rentals and lessons will be available daily from the Snow Park Rental Shop location only.

Deer Valley summer lift tickets can be purchased online or at the Snow Park Ticket Office. We encourage guests to pre-purchase lift tickets online to guarantee access to Deer Valley as we are operating with a limited capacity of mountain guests, per day. Day of tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

Parking will only be available in the main lots of our Snow Park base area this summer, please follow all signage and direction by staff members. (No parking will be available in the Snow Park Loading Zone or Silver Lake Village area.) There will be no services available this summer from the Silver Lake area including parking, lift ticket sales, bike rentals and lessons.

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  1. I have some pulmonary issues. Is Deer Valley of the Hight where this could be a problem? I am 74 years of age now and years ago was hit by a racing club rider At the time we were at sea level on PCH near Seal Beach, California. We was looking back behind him and not forward. I had slowed down do to the Club coming up, someone yelled on your left. I was right at sand level and couldn’t go any further right. I heard “Look out” and within seconds had been hit full force by rider coming up he was in a huge island marked area and had clear path to pass on my left. However he was traveling fast and had to time. Smack. He wound up breaking his pelvis and I wound up in UCI Emergency 9 days in coma, lung damage, surgery etc for around 30 days. I went to court and got into court 2 years later. In California the case law is you ride at your own risk, jog, walk and whatever at your own risk. My risk was over one million dollars. Stewart Title Insurance Company finally paid out $800,000.00. Because of this and a few other regular loses they closed their operation in Orange County, California. This self medical insurance cost was figured in to their decision.

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