Tour of Utah returns to Park City August 12-18-2019

Tour of Utah | America’s Toughest Stage Race | August 12-18, 2019

The Tour of Utah countdown is on!

The 15th edition of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah will take place Aug. 12-18. The Tour of Utah will challenge the professional athletes with seven heart-pounding days of racing, covering 477 miles and 37,882 feet of elevation gain. Stage 5, August 17th, will be include the start and finish at Canyons Village.  The Tour will conclude on Aug. 18 in Park City on Historic Main Street.


August 17, 2019 – Stage 5 – Canyons Village
In 2019, Stage 5 will start and finish at Canyons Village at Park City Mountain on Saturday, August 17! We invite racers, family members, friends, sponsors and the public to come enjoy the festivities and stay the weekend. Canyons Village and Tour of Utah will also be hosting a lifestyle expo and live music by The Honey Hounds as part of their weekly, free Summer Concert Series!

Event Schedule (subject to change):

  • 10:30am: Ultimate Challenge race start (full route)
  • 12:30pm: Ultimate Challenge race start (short route)
  • 1:00pm: Lifestyle Expo Opens
  • 2:30pm: Tour of Utah race start
  • 5:45pm: Tour of Utah race finish
  • 6:00pm: Summer Concert Series with Honey Hounds

August 18, 2019 – Stage 6 – Historic Main Street Park City

Total Distance:  78.2 Miles
Start: 12:30 pm on Historic Main Street
Finish: Estimated 3:45PM

Stage 6 presented by Utah Sports Commission brings back the overall finish to Park City on Sunday, Aug. 18. It is the 10th year Park City has served as a host city, and seventh time it will host the final stage of the Tour. No need to make changes to a proven course first introduced in 2012, which features 78.2 miles (125.9 km) and 10,000 feet of climbing.

The route will pass down Browns Canyon and encounter a Sprint line in the town of Kamas. Then an aspen tree-lined, 2.1-mile KOM follows in the private community of Wolf Creek Ranch, followed by a technical descent into Wasatch County and Heber City before the final sprint line in Midway. Then an all-out assault for the climbers will take place on the six-mile climb along Pine Canyon Road, with pitches from 10-20 percent gradient. The Hors Category summit of Empire Pass is the final KOM and the highest point of the race for the week at 9,700 feet above sea level. A blistering descent down Mine Road leads to the finish in front of historically massive crowds along Upper Main Street in Park City.

Won’t you join us!

Take a little preview of Stage 6 in Park City.


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