Join us here in Park City for the final phase of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah. The Tour, also known as "America's Toughest Stage Race," will encompass seven grueling days and 536 miles, and will include the legendary climbs of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Mount Nebo, and the infamous Empire Pass. From August 6-12, the course of the Tour will average over 7,000 feet of climbing daily. After kicking off in St. George, the contestants will climb the Cedar Breaks National Monument and finish in Cedar City.
Afterward, it’s on to Payson City and Mount Nebo, then to Antelope Island, and a 10-lap circuit race around Salt Lake City. After three more climbs ending at Snowbird Resort, the final stage will include Empire Pass before the peloton descends into Park City for the finish. 2017’s Tour of Utah winner Rob Britton will be back this year to defend his title against four world teams. Get ready to raise a glass and toast the winner here on August 12, and call us at (877) 649-3600 to ask about special rates for the tour, as well as discounts for veterans and first responders.