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Flying Dog Trail
The Flying Dog trail arcs between the middle of the Jeremy 24-7 to Glenwild connector, and the top of the Cobblestone Loop. You need to climb another trail to get to it. This is one of the best trails in the area. The Flying Dog trail is very well-planned and expertly constructed. Early-intermediate riders will love this trail, but experts will also. Only the strongest beginners should consider it, because of the length. Other options include a 16-mile moderate ride, and a tough 23-mile grinfest with 3000 feet of climbing. You can add a dip down the Bobs Basin DH trails while you're passing by.
1. Short and Sweet, rating=easier
Jeremy-Preserve Flying Dog Loop, counterclockwise
1500 vertical feet, 10 miles, tread=intermediate
0.0   24-7 Trailhead, East Canyon Road Jeremy Ranch
        N40 46.150 W111 35.033
2.0   L uphill on Flying Dog
        N40 45.845 W111 33.142
2.5   R on Preserve Connector
        N40 45.841 W111 33.046
3.5   L on DT then straight N uphill on road
        N40 45.870 W111 32.566
3.8   R at road fork
        N40 46.080 W111 32.671
3.85 R off road on DT
        N40 46.118 W111 32.639
4.5   L uphill on Flying Dog
        N40 46.337 W111 32.013
5.1   Cross road
        N40 46.402 W111 32.475
7.7   Viewpoint uphill 100 yds
        N40 46.304 W111 33.087
8.4   Back at Preserve junction, fork R downhill
        N40 45.841 W111 33.046
8.9   Fork R on 24-7
        N40 45.845 W111 33.142
10.9 Back at trailhead   
Getting there, Jeremy Ranch 24-7: Just after Parley's Summit, take the Jeremy Ranch exit and turn north (left) under the freeway. Turn left at the first stop sign, then take the next right (Jeremy Ranch Drive). Continue until the road turns sharply around to the right, where you'll see the dirt East Canyon Road branching off to the left. Park and climb the ST on the east side of the road (the direction your car was facing as you came around the paved turn).
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 left on singletrack and you're on the Stealth Trail.

Copyright 2007 Mad Scientist Software Inc. Trail conditions change. Use this trail guide at your own risk.