Race Details:

The Wasatch All-Road

3 course lengths, choose your adventure

Full Yeti: 100 Miles, 11,000ft of climbing, good times (and really hard)
Mid Yeti: 75 Miles, 8,000ft of climbing, far from average
Mini Yeti: 20 Miles, 2,000ft of climbing, 100% ALL-ROAD

Age groups will be scored separately in the results. 

$10,000 Pro/Open Prize Purse ($5K Men/$5K Women)
$500 each to the first male and female Utah resident racing the Full Yeti Pro/Open category. Must have a valid Utah ID and know the secret handshake.
Top 3 awards for Full and Mid categories, Top 3 overall male and female Mini. 

Categories: 18 & Under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+ (Male and Female), Tandem.

Post race party - recover and relive the adventure with friends old and new while enjoying great local food and drinks. 

The Wasatch All-Road will be raced rain or shine. The race courses are subject to necessary changes and they may also be shortened, rerouted, delayed, postponed, or canceled if conditions (extreme weather, natural disaster, public emergency, etc.) are deemed unsafe for our participants, staff, and the public. 

Sorry, no refunds or transfers. Riders may elect to defer to the following year by August 1 at midnight. 50% of the paid 2022 entry fee will be credited to use for the following year's event and an early registration window will be given. No deferrals after August 1. 

Racing must return in a manner consistent with sound public health guidelines.  The Wasatch All-Road is committed to following the best practices for operating mass participation sporting events including standards from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). 

The Wasatch All-Road is operated under special use permit with the US Forest Service


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