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Stealth Trail, Dropout and Team Cutthroat DH, Fink Again
This trail complex has several competing uses: Stealth and 24-7 should actually be considered as one continuous trail. This is a nice ride by itself. The combination of Stealth and 24-7 is used by Jeremy Ranch riders as a link to the Glenwild Loop, or by riders from Park City as a link to Moose Hollow. It also delivers downhillers to the top of two dedicated one-way DH trails, Dropout and Team Cutthroat.
|24-7 has a low of 6250 feet at East Canyon Road (northeast
end) in Jeremy Ranch. Elevation change is 600 feet, but you'll lose and
regain some altitude as you drop to cross the road in Jeremy Ranch. When
riding out-and-back, you'll do 1300 feet of climbing. The trail is 6.5
miles in length.
One of the main reasons riders hit this trail is to get at the Dropout and Team Cutthroat DH trails. These are located about 2 miles from the Glenwild trailhead, after 400 vertical feet of climbing. These are one-way trails! You pick a trail to drop, losing 300 feet in 0.8 miles. Then you climb back to 24-7 via Fink Again over 1.2 miles. From the top of Fink Again, it's 0.8 miles back to the DH trailheads, which are about 100 yards apart.
|Riding notes on Stealth and 24-7 from
0.0 Leave parking, cross creek
Drop left onto singletrack (Stealth Trail)
1.9 Fork, go L (R = Glenwild Loop)
Trail is now named 24-7
2.1 Dropout (top of trail, DH only)
2.2 Team Cutthroat (top of trail, DH only)
(These trails merge into Fink
|Getting there: At the I-80 Park City exit, go
north (left from the exit if you're coming from SLC) to the frontage road.
Turn right. About 1/4 mile later at the second road on your left, turn
left. Find the trail parking area just before the northbound road crosses
the creek. (You'll see the
trail map kiosk and bathroom). GPS N 40° 43.662' W 111° 32.051'. Head up the road to
start your ride. Just past the bridge, turn right on singletrack and
you're on the Stealth Trail.
Copyright 2006 Mad Scientist Software Inc. Trail conditions change, and the layout of a trail may change without notice. Use this trail guide at your own risk.