Riders of all ages and abilities are invited to join us for this 102-, 52-, or 18-mile cycling event in support of the National Ability Center's mission. All three fully supported routes follow paved roads in and around the beautiful Park City area. Riders are rewarded with stunning views, including the Jordanelle Reservoir, Deer Valley, and Mt. Timpanogos, as well as the splendid backdrop of the Uintah and Wasatch-Cache National Forests. This exciting event promises to serve up a challenge for a wide range of cycling levels and abilities. And don't forget - all Summit Challenge riders who have a disability register and ride for FREE.
Sat27Aug20167:00 amDeer Valley Resort to Park City Mountain, Canyons Village
Mid Mountain Marathon
Presented by Salomon, the course follows the Mid Mountain Trail a beautiful single-track trail which begins at just under 8100′ and peaks out at 8400′ as it traverses from Deer Valley Resort to Park City Mountain Resort and The Colony before descending to the Canyons base area at 6800′. 26.2 miles on single track trail from Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley Resort to The Forum at the Canyons.
Sat17Sep20168:00 amRound Valley
Park City Trail Series - Half Marathon
This is the four stop of the Park City Trail Series and the final stage of the Triple Trail Challenge series presented by Mountain Trails. The Park City Trail Series is a 4-race series designed to introduce new trail runners to the sport. The series is a 5k, 10k, 15k, and 13.1 All of the events are on the Round Valley Trails in Park City, Utah. Due to the ease of terrain, these trail runs are designed with beginner users in mind. However, with well marked courses and the regularly placed aid stations, these races are also great speed training for more advanced trail users.
Sun18Sep201610:00am StartPark City - City Park
Tour des Suds
A 7-mile mountain bike race from City Park, to the top of Guardsman Pass (yeah, it’s a hillclimb!) with 2,700′ of elevation gain! Participants are urged to don ‘festive’ costumes and celebrate the beginning of the fall mountain bike season and the end of summer! Crazy costumes, crazy bikes, keeping it all fun is the idea!
Don’t forget, Kids 17 years of age and younger, FREE entry!