73 miles
14,197 ft
-13,966 ft
2 miles
High Point
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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; it’s ripping fast and incredibly diverse. Whether you’re 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 country’s 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 don’t prepare, you'll probably get lost, and that’s all part of racing!

Very Brief Written Description Of The P2P Course
Don’t try to ride the course using these as directions – you’ll get lost!

- Start at Quinn’s Jct. Recreation Complex (Round Valley)
- Quick lap in Round Valley and then back through Quinn’s Start/Finish area
- Under 224 and up onto Skid Row and around on Lost Prospector
- Into the Oaks area, up Snow Top and into Deer Crest and Deer Valley
- Down Village trail and back up Pipeline and Deer Crest, up Four-Points to Silver Lake at Deer Valley
- Leave Silver Lake on Mid-Mtn Trail and climb Big Bear
- Round Flagstaff Loop, descend upper Boulder and then onto Moose Bones over to TG
- Riders will stay on TG and then drop down to Mid-Mountain via Corvair
- From Mid-Mountain riders will drop on to Sam’s Trail, then to Empire Link Trail
- From Empire Link Trail racers will head to Park City Mountain Resort via Johns 99
- DH Johns and then promptly climb back up via Drift Road,the Steps trail and Apex.
- Descend to Shadow Lake via Keystone trail and circle it clockwise, finish top decent on Powerline Trail.
- Climb up Thayne’s access road to the start of the Crescent Mine Grade (CMG) Trail descent – take it all the way to the base of Park City Mountain Resort (Refuel)
- Climb up and out of Park City Mountain Resort Via Armstrong Trail to the Mid-Mountain Trail
- Riders will stay on Mid-Mountain Trail and circle the East side of Iron Mountain, Up Iron Man and then down Gold Finger.
- Continue heading to The Canyons on Mid-Mountain and on to Rob’s Trail.
- Downhill Rob’s around on Rosebuds Trail and up, up, up, Ambush
- One last descent into the forum at the Canyons via Holly’s for a wonderful FREE concert and post-race meal

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Trails in Route

Claim Jumper374 ft
Cammy's1,801 ft
Backslide4,104 ft
Somewhere Elks5,131 ft
Nowhere Elks3,747 ft
Skid Row4,301 ft
Solamere1,073 ft
Solamere1,667 ft
Lost Prospector2,149 ft
Solamere Connector1 miles
Snowtop2 miles
Pipeline2 miles
Village Trail3,688 ft
Outlook423 ft
Deer Crest5,016 ft
Nabob374 ft
Fourpoint5,236 ft
CMG Downhill2 miles
Jupiter Acc423 ft
Shadow Lake Loop4,396 ft
Eagle128 ft
CMG5,246 ft
Spiro833 ft
CMG5,013 ft
Thaynes Road2,497 ft
First Time764 ft
Drift Road4,386 ft
Silver Spur1,480 ft
Ricochet2 miles
Rob's1 miles
Mid Mountain3,675 ft
Rosebud's Heavan1 miles
Rambler2,907 ft
Cammy's341 ft
Hat Trick1,818 ft
Rail Trail2,694 ft
Mid Mountain Connect656 ft
Steps Acc1,263 ft
Solamere1,978 ft
Gap to Deer Crest151 ft
Lost Prospector3 miles
Johns 991 miles
Flagstaff Loop1 miles
T&G3,386 ft
Moosebones2,769 ft
Rusty Spur650 ft
Practice Loops430 ft
Silver Quinns2 miles
Deer Crest Connect253 ft
Masonic1,965 ft
Round Valley Express2,628 ft
Johns Access689 ft
Empire Link1 miles
Holly's3,241 ft
Gold Finger1 miles
Little Chief2,841 ft
Ontario Loop3,435 ft
Flagstaff Loop2,116 ft
Iron Man1 miles
Armstrong4 miles
Trump1,539 ft
Team Big Bear1 miles
Corvair4,708 ft
Boulder2,707 ft
Mid Mountain2 miles
Rambler1,010 ft
Rademan Ridge3,163 ft
Matt's Flat577 ft
Rademan692 ft
Rambler1 miles
Rambler1,736 ft
Park City Pkwy2,454 ft
Mid Mountain2 miles
Mid Mountain4 miles
Mid Mountain394 ft
Mid Mountain2,379 ft
Mid Mountain696 ft
Mid Mountain1,932 ft
Comstock Mine4,531 ft
Steps1 miles
Wasatch Crest Conn3,730 ft
Meadow Road892 ft
Ambush2 miles
Mid Mountain1 miles
Ramble On1,102 ft
Rusty Shovel2 miles
RV Connector2,753 ft
Jenni`s (Lower)213 ft
Sam`s5,020 ft
Three Candles3,967 ft
Johns2 miles
Keystone2 miles
Ramble On1 miles
Lost Prospector3,127 ft
Crescent Road148 ft
PCMR Road909 ft


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More Stats for Park City Point 2 Point 2015 mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    231 ft
  • Altitude min
    6,640 ft
  • Altitude start
    6,681 ft
  • Altitude end
    6,912 ft
  • Grade
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    37 miles
  • Distance down
    34 miles
  • Distance flat
    2 miles
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      Recent Trail Reports Along Route

      May 30, 2020 @ 5:01pm
      4 hours
      Upper half of trail still muddy and partially blocked by large snowbank. Lower half is dry and clear
      Mid Mountain
      May 30, 2020 @ 4:59pm
      5 hours
      Clear from Armstrong to Goldfinger then lots of downed trees past that.
      Mid Mountain
      May 30, 2020 @ 4:57pm
      5 hours
      Mostly good but lots of downed trees. Chainsaw crew from the colony had just started clearing from the concrete bathroom heading south today. Should be clear by next weekend or so.
      Comstock Mine
      May 30, 2020 @ 1:37pm
      8 hours
      Lots of snow
      Mid Mountain
      May 30, 2020 @ 8:37am
      13 hours
      Mid Mountain still has patches of snow but mostly clear. Wet in places.
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