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Rise and Shine Park City It's Trail Report time!
Trail Report July 10, 2020
First on the docket we would like to announce our 2020 Trail Map has hit the streets. You can find this fine piece of cartography at your favorite local bike shop, the visitor center, L.L. Bean, or the lovely Dolly's Bookstore on Main. All proceeds go directly back to the trails we all know and love, so get 'em while their hot. Oh and that killer cover photo was brought to us by Austin Tucker. Great shot Austin, and thanks for sharing.
A big shout out and heartfelt thanks to Trish Murphy-Cone who has been producing the Mountain Trails trail map for the last 15 years. Producing maps is a tedious labor of love and Trish has been there every step of the way as the Park City trail system has grown and evolved into the world class system it is today. You go Trish!
With big shoes to fill we would like to introduce our new cartographer Jay Hill. Jay did a killer job on the new map with a fresh format that includes some sweet 3D aerial imagery along with the latest trail additions. We're super stoked to have Jay and his passion for mapping onboard.
Now you know where you are going, if you grab one of these bad boys, lets talk about was happening on the trails.
First off be sure to check pervious posts concerning the Jupiter Peak Steeple Chase rerouting. We did our best to keep runners safe and semi on track to get you trail animals up to the peak.
Heads up the Park City Running Series 10k is this Saturday 7/11 out in Round Valley. Runners will be on Rambler, RV express and Pourculimb from 7:30 to around 10am. Good chance to maybe check out that Big Easy to bypass some runners.
Pine trees, talas, and side slopes, oh my! 9K construction is on its way starting where we left off. Don't want to give too much away but once we connect the dots, this will be one epic voyage. Peep the photos below and for YOUR safety respect all closures please.
Lastly we picked up The Hack once more to deliver the final stone bench placed up at the beautiful Bloods Lake. Located on the east side of the lake it offers a wonderful place to rest those legs and soak in some Clayton Peak before the climb to Lakawaxen Lake.
Hydration is the key word this weekend. Be sure to pack extra agua for your adventure and get on out there!
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Thanks Trish, MTF, map is awesome 👏
Yay Trish !!
bought mine yesterday but too big to put in my camel back.
Chase you’re my hero!
Well done, Trish!
Is the map available anywhere in Salt Lake?
Trish Murphy-Cone - yeah!!!!
Ran Jupiter this morning and the detour was well marked and easy to follow with the description you sent out via email. Thank you for marking the course so well!!