Days: Sunday-Friday (6 days/5 nights)
Type: Performance Camp
Ability Level: ALL. Multiple ride leaders will insure challenging but appropriate rides for your ability
Elevation Gain: 1,500'- 8,000' per day
Miles: 30-100 per day
Deposit: $500 with balance due 30 days prior to camp. Late registration fee applies after September 11th, 2017
Kamas Loop: A Park City locals staple that offers rolling terrain and a moderate amount of climbing with Browns Canyon being the main feature. Browns is 5.4 miles of easy to moderate grades. Browns Canyon has been used in the Tour of Utah several times so you can test yourself against some pro times.
Empire Pass (from Midway): A rolling and slightly downhill route takes you from Park City around Jordanelle Reservoir to Midway. Then get ready, because it's about to get tough! Empire Pass from Midway is an HC climb featuring over 3,ooo feet of climbing at an 8.2% average grade, with portions over 20%. After you've crested the saddle at the top it's a fun, winding decent through Deer Valley back to your lodging.
Chalk Creek to Wyoming: An out-and-back ride with a few wrinkles. From Park City out to Coalville experience a rolling to flat route, then hang a right to head up Chalk Creek Road. Beautiful scenery and a gently rising road go all the way to the Wyoming border. A slightly different route back gives you new views to admire.
Guardsman Pass to Big Cottonwood Canyon, then to Emigration Canyon: An epic ride that begins with a big climb through Deer Valley and over Guardsman Pass. Next is a fun 16 mile 4.5k descent onto the foothills of Salt Lake City. Follow the foothills for a few miles then begin your ascent of Emigration Canyon and then Big Mountain Pass. Or, the 'little big ride' as locals call it. Wind your way down and then hit a smooth gravel section back into Park City.
Park City Loop: A local favorite quickie around Park City proper with a short climb to the famous Utah Olympic Park ski jumps.
Park City to Henefer, then to Coalville, and back to Park City: A rolling loop with several moderate climbs thrown in. Experience scenic views of northern Utah's wide open spaces.