Shuttle Rides

Rental Menu
Please Call 855-720-2280 or email info@switchbacksports.com for booking
 
High West Hoagie $100
Rad or Charge e-bike rental with helmet are included. Your trip will begin at Switchback Sports in Park City. You will take the rail trail to the High West distillery in Coalville. After lunch, whiskey tasting, trap shooting or whatever activity you decide on while you're there, we will pick you up at the distillery and bring you back to Switchback Sports. (Reservations at Blue Sky lodge/ High West not included)
 
Stuffed Crest Pizza $100
Full suspension mountain bike and helmet included. This trip starts with a shuttle from Switchback Sports to the top of Guardsman’s Pass. After being dropped off you’ll climb puke hill to get to the crest trail. And then exit through the Canyons Resort. Call us and let us know when you’re done and we’ll pick you up from 7/11 and bring you back Switchback Sports (pizza not included, but can be arranged)
 
Park City Brewery Wagyu Burger $49-$69
E-bike or city bike and helmet included. Take the white barn/millennium trail from Switchback Sports to Park City Brewery in Kimball Junction. Enjoy cold craft beer and delicious sandwiches and salads at 15% off (only food is discounted). From there it's your choice to either bike back ($49) or get picked up ($69) and be brought back to Switchback Sports. (bring a 4- pack back for the staff and they'll sing you a song)
 
Flying Hot Dog $100
(Flying Dog)
Full suspension mountain bike and helmet included. After being fit for your mountain bike, our friendly shuttle driver will drive you to the Spring Creek trail head. There you will begin your climb to the flying dog trail via the Glenwild Loop. The bike ride is a total of 16.8 miles long, full of beautiful views and dreamy flowy trails. When you're finished with this epic loop, it's just a quick ride over to Park City Brewery. Enjoy cold drinks and tasty food at 15% off (only food is discounted). After your beer or meal, we’ll pick you up from the brewery and bring you back to town.
 
Western Omelet Wrap $110
(WOW)
Full suspension mountain bike and helmet included. Start this wonderful trip with a shuttle to the top of the WOW trail in Wasatch State Park. Enjoy this 10 mile descent through the woods with the peace of mind of a ride home. We’ll pick you up at the bottom and bring you back to Park City. No trip to Midway is complete without a stop at Heber Valley Creamery for ice cream so feel free to chant “we want ice cream we want ice cream” on the way back.

When and What can i consign

Winter consignment — October 1st–March 13th

Accepted gear:
Skis, snowboards, and accessories. We do not accept used helmets of any kind to ensure the safety of our customers.

Summer consignment — May 1st–August 31st

Accepted gear:
Bikes, camping gear, hiking clothing. We do not accept used helmets of any kind to ensure the safety of our customers.

It is always free to drop off and pick up your gear. It is your responsibility to pick up your gear before the end of the season. Any gear left over at the end of the season will be donated or liquidated, because we do not have space to store it.

Park City Non-Profits

Running with Ed

WHAT IS RUNNING WITH ED?

Running with Ed is a Park City tradition!  It is a celebratory relay race fundraiser for the Park City Education Foundation that raises money for Park City teachers, students, and schools. It’s been voted Park City’s Favorite Fundraiser and Sporting Event seven years in a row! 

Park City High School Mountain Bike Team

Park City High School Mountain Bike Team is a co-ed mountain bike race team comprised of  rising 7th graders -12th grade student athletes. They are a member of the Utah National Interscholastic Cycling Association. The NICA program and PCHS MTB are committed to youth development and providing a positive experience for all student athletes.

Youth Sports Alliance

The Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) introduces kids to sports and inspires them to keep moving throughout their lives.  Founded in 2002 to foster the development of winter sport teams in Park City following the 2002 Olympic Games.  A few years later, YSA added after-school programming which keeps kids active and off their screens, while also serving as a pipeline to winter sport clubs and competition.  In 2014, YSA established the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment, a $2 million need-based scholarship fund for competitive athletes.

Park City Football Passing League

PCPL is a 5 v 5 non-contact football passing league in the Spring for boys and girls. The goal of Passing League is to provide a fun environment for the youth players to learn more about football and prepare them for future play.

Steamboat Springs Non-Profits

Lift Up Routt County

Respecting the dignity of every person, LiftUp serves their community by providing resources and assistance to meet basic human needs and strengthen self-sufficiency. They have multiple food banks, a thrift store, and other community support resources throughout Routt county.

Steamboat Ski Patrol

Steamboat ski patrol makes sure that the mountain is safe and any injuries are attended to as quickly as possible, and Swtichback is proud to support them.

Routt County Riders

Routt County Riders advocates to implement positive change for all types of cyclists in Northwest Colorado. They accomplish this mission through community outreach activities, civic engagement and advocacy for trail diversity and road infrastructure improvements throughout the Yampa Valley and beyond.

Friends of the Yampa River

The Friends of the Yampa River's mission is to protect and enhance the environmental and recreational integrity of the Yampa River and its tributaries, through stewardship, advocacy, education and partnerships.