Utah’s largest outdoor dinner party returns to Park City this summer. The annual Savor the Summit welcomes locals and visitors to a seat at the “Grande Table” down the center of Historic Main Street on Saturday, June 27, at 6:00 p.m. Park City’s distinguished restaurants will serve more than 2,500 dinner guests al fresco as the sun sets behind Park City’s Wasatch Mountains.
You don't need a ticket, but you do need to make a reservation directly with a participating restaurant listed below. Each will offer their own unique menu and pricing with some offering beer or wine pairings.
Reservations for Savor the Summit cannot be made online, please contact your restaurant of choice directly.
This event sells out each year – so don't delay in securing your seat!
Presented by Skullcandy, the Annual Tour des Suds is a 7-mile mountain bike climb starting at City Park. Go hard and treat it like a legit mtb race (yes, there are awards) or a crazy costume party on bikes. Either way, it’s 2,700′ of vert straight up to the finish line/Skullcandy Party Station at the top of Guardsman Pass. Festivities continue back at City Park with lunch and the “Suds” provided by, along killer opportunity drawing, costume contest and awards. The Tour des Suds is the zaniest mountain bike party in the west! Please note: E-bikes are not allowed.
RACE DAY SCHEDULE – Sunday, September 13, 2020:
– 8:30-9:30am / Number Plate Pickup and Day Of Registration at Park City, City Park Gazebo (1354 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060)
– 10:00am / Race starts (Mass Start)
– 11:00am / Post-Race celebrations at City Park – bring your ID for the “Suds”
– 1:30pm / Awards
Only participants who register BEFORE September 1st are guaranteed a pair of official 2020 Tour des Suds socks!
Pre-registration closes at midnight on, September 9th – after that day-of pricing applies.
Day-of registrants do not get socks.
Kids 17 years and under get FREE entry, but must register so we can issue bibs and include them in
The Round Valley Rambler offers two distances, 7K or a trail half marathon. The half marathon distance is the first race in the Triple Trail Challenge. The course takes place on buff single and double track trails within the 2,100 acre, Round Valley Open Space, with altitude ranging from 6,500 to 7,100 feet. While athletes will find the trails foot-friendly, the rolling, high-desert terrain presents a few long and steady climbs followed by fast downhills. The Round Valley Rambler is a stout trail half and serves as a reality check for athletes preparing for the Triple Trail Challenge sister races, the Jupiter Peak Steeplechase and the Mid Mountain Marathon.
The annual Jupiter Peak Steeplechase is a Park City favorite bringing elite athletes as well as weekend warriors to Park City from all over the country. With an elevation profile that resembles an inverted “V” (for vertical!) A 16-mile loop from Park City Mountain Resort (7,000′) to the top of Jupiter Peak (10,000′) and back down.
Awards are given to the top three men/women finishers. Skullcandy King/Queen of the mountain award! Be the first male/female to the top and win $100 cash and a pair of Skullcandy headphones!
ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE:
– HydraPak SpeedCup. We are staying Green – No cups at aid stations! Learn More
– The official event tee (if selected during registration).T-shirt sizes are not guaranteed.
– Participation finishers medal
– Digital image from our event photographer!