MTF Events

Our Events

Besides advocating for non-motorized trails and the healthy lifestyle they promote,  Mountain Trails Foundation puts on five wonderful annual events.  The Jupiter Steeple Chase running event, The Park City Marathon (1/2 t00), The Mid Mountain Marathon, Tour des Suds Mountain Bike Race, and a Nordic ski race called The Round Valley Roundup.  The events all showcase our wonderful trail system and they are a tremendous funding source for the organization.

Which events will you participate in this year:

VOLUNTEER FOR ONE OF OUR MANY EVENTS!

Volunteering for one of our events is a great way to get involved and give back to our trail system.  There are a variety of positions available including:

  • Registration / Race Packet Pickup
  • Course Setup / Teardown
  • Aid Station
  • Finish Area
  • Awards

For your service, in addition to giving back to our amazing trails system you will be provided an event logoed gift.

To find out more about any position and to signup, please contact Lora Smith at Smith lora@mountaintrails.org.

VOLUNTEER FOR ONE OF OUR MANY EVENTS!

Mountain Trails Foundation is a non-profit organization that is Park City’s trail advocacy group. We’re dedicated to supporting and promoting human powered recreation on local trails, today and into the future.

Mountain Trails is responsible for the maintenance and development on a portion of the local trail system, including the Round Valley trails, Rail Trail, and trails located on the perimeter of the town of Park City, both in the summer and winter months. We work closely with two major trail developers in the greater Park City area, Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District (aka, Basin Recreation), and Park City Municipal. These organizations, along with the resorts and open space advocates, are instrumental in helping to create a seamless year round trail system.  Because of these collaborations, the trails in and around Park City are known to be some of the very best in the country!

In addition to the advocating, maintaining and building of trails, Mountain Trails creates a yearly printed map that accompanies an online map and conditions report. Mountain Trails also manages five annual events which promote healthy lifestyles and also helps generate revenue to operate the organization.

If you are interested in becoming a member and supporting our mission, visit the website at www.mountaintrails.org – you can also find information on specific trails, along with our events and how to register.

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