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77.6 mile 124.9 kilometer point to point
90% Singletrack


Ascent: 9,589' 2,923 m
Descent: -9,306' -2,837 m
High: 9,255' 2,821 m
Low: 6,636' 2,023 m


Avg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 29% (16°)


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Every year, on Labor Day Weekend, the countries strongest endurance mountain bike racers drop in on some of the best trials Park City has to offer. Park City, Utah has 400 miles of trail; its ripping fast and incredibly diverse. Whether youre someone who rides the trails regularly or an out-of-towner, this race is guaranteed to please.

The course is a true point 2 point event. Thanks to the plethora of trails you'll never be on the same trail twice. You'll be riding singletrack for over 90% of the race, and that is a boatload of singletrack! The total distance is 75 miles and you'll gain 12,000 over the course of the race, all while traveling through three of the countrys premier mountain resorts. It will challenge your mental prowess, yet it will have you grinning from ear to ear at times. The P2P is a true adventure style event (like the old days), it is not a closed course, hold-your-hand style of an event. You'll want to prepare for this by studying the course map (pre-ride if you can) or bringing a GPS unit with the course loaded. If you dont prepare, you'll probably get lost, and thats all part of racing!


  1. Start at Quinns Jct. Recreation Complex (Round Valley)
  2. Quick lap in Round Valley and then back through Quinns Start/Finish area
  3. Under 224 and up onto Skid Row and around on Lost Prospector
  4. Into the Oaks area, up Snowtop and into Deer Crest and Deer Valley
  5. Down Upper Village Trail and back up Pipeline and Deer Crest, up Four Point to Silver Lake at Deer Valley
  6. Leave Silver Lake on Mid Mountain Trail and climb Team Big Bear
  7. Round Flagstaff Loop, descend upper Boulder and then onto Moosebones over to TG
  8. Riders will stay on TG and then drop down to Mid Mountain Trail via Corvair
  9. From Mid Mountain Trail riders will drop on to Sam's, then to Empire Link
  10. From Empire Link racers will head to Park City Mountain Resort via John's 99
  11. DH John's 99 and then promptly climb back up via Drift Road, the Steps, and 3 Candles
  12. Descend to Shadow Lake Trail via Keystone Trail and circle it clockwise
  13. Climb up Thaynes Road to access road to the start of the Crescent Mine Grade (CMG) descent take it all the way to the base of Park City Mountain Resort (Refuel)
  14. Climb up and out of Park City Mountain Resort Via Armstrong Trail to the Mid Mountain Trail
  15. Riders will stay on Mid Mountain Trail and circle the east side of Iron Mountain, Up Iron Man and then down Goldfinger
  16. Continue heading to The Canyons on Mid Mountain Trail and on to Rob's Trail
  17. Descend Robs Trail around on Rosebud's Heaven and up, up, up, Ambush
  18. One last descent into the forum at the Canyons via Holly's Trail for a wonderful FREE concert and post-race meal


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Sep 5, 2015
Ami Stuart
Aug 24, 2015
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who's going to check all 400 miles out with me??? Feb 24, 2015
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Is there any maps for thi trails? Mar 27, 2015
It's physically demanding --even preposterous, but it's all dirt sidewalk. Not even close to black diamond. That said it's gorgeous and the altitude will tear your lungs out. Jan 7, 2016

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