2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah
Saturday, Aug. 17 – Canyons Village at Park City Mountain
Stage 5 presented by University of Utah Health
Race Time 2:30 to 6 p.m.
Listed here are probable impact areas and timelines for businesses, residents and visitors who will be using the same roadways as the Tour of Utah professional cycling stage race. The race includes both professional cyclists and caravan vehicles. For updated information on the Tour of Utah, visit the Stage 5 section of the event website, www.tourofutah.com/stages/stage5.
The amateur ride for the Tour of Utah, The Ultimate Challenge presented by University of Utah Health, will also take place on Saturday and will be using public and private roads in Summit and Wasatch counties. Rules of the road apply for this bicycle ride. Motorists area asked to use caution for amateur cyclists on Saturday. For more about The Ultimate Challenge, visit www.rideultimatechallenge.com.
Impact Areas – Ride and Race Starts
- The start for The Ultimate Challenge long ride will begin at 10:30 a.m. from the heart of Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Expect delays from 10:30 to 10:40 a.m. along Canyons Resort Dr., Frostwood Dr., Cooper Lane, Sun Peak Dr. and Old Ranch Rd. Be patient with temporary delays for the recreational riders.
- Highway 224 will experience temporary delays between 10:35 to 10:45 a.m. to allow the recreational riders to cross and continue on Old Ranch Road.
- The start for The Ultimate Challenge short ride will begin at 12:30 p.m. from the heart of Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Expect delays from 12:30 to 12:40 p.m. along Canyons Resort Dr., Frostwood Dr., Cooper Lane, Sun Peak Dr. and Old Ranch Rd. Be patient with temporary delays for the recreational riders.
- Highway 224 will experience temporary delays between 12:35 to 12:45 p.m. to allow the recreational riders to cross and continue on Old Ranch Road.
- The start for the Tour of Utah race will begin at 2:30 p.m. from the heart of Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. Expect delays from 2:30 to 2:45 p.m. along Canyons Resort Dr., Frostwood Dr., Cooper Lane, Sun Peak Dr. and Old Ranch Rd.
- Highway 224 will experience temporary delays to allow the race to cross between 2:35 and 2:45 p.m.
Impact Areas – Summit and Wasatch Counties
- From Old Ranch Rd., the race will follow Highland Dr., Silver Summit Pkwy and Old Highway 40 to access S.R. 248. Temporary delays will be experienced from 2:35 to 2:50 p.m.
- The race will travel east on S.R. 248 for 9.5 miles. A Utah Office of Tourism King of the Mountain (KOM) climb will be contested at the Summit County line at race mile 13.8, passing between 3 to 3:15 p.m.
- The race will travel south using S. Democrat Alley, W. 200 South/Spring Meadow Drive, and S. Lambert Lane to turn left and move northbound on S.R. 32 to enter Kamas.
- A Utah Sports Commission Sprint will be contested in Kamas, at E. 100 South at race mile 21.4. The race is expected to pass between 3:15 to 3:35 p.m.
- Past Marion, the race will turn left on W. 3700 North, which becomes Wooden Shoe Lane, and will rejoin S.R. 32 in Peoa, passing this area between 3:30-3:55 p.m.
- The race will follow S.R. 32 northbound to pass Rockport Reservoir and enter Wanship. The race makes a 13-mile loop in a clockwise direction, following W. Hoytsville Road to Hobson Lane to S. Hoytsville Road.
- A Utah Sports Commission Sprint will be contested in Hoytsville, at Creamery Lane at race mile 46.3. The race is expected to pass between 4:10 to 4:45 p.m.
- The race will rejoin S.R. 32 in Wanship and travel southbound for 6.8 miles to Browns Canyon Road.
- The race will travel along Browns Canyon Rd. for 7.1 miles. A Utah Office of Toursim KOM line will be contested along this section at race mile 61.4, passing between 4:40 to 5:15 p.m.
- The race will use S.R. 248 to retrace its path along Old Highway 40, Silver Summit Pkwy and Highland Drive. The race will travel westbound on Highland Drive to Newpark Blvd.
Impact Areas – Race Finish
- The race will use Newpark Blvd. to cross S.R. 224 at Kimball Junction and turn left on Olympic Parkway. Expect delays in the Newpark area from 5 to 5:45 p.m.
- The race will travel the full length of Olympic Parkway on a twisting climb that passes the nordic jumps and bobsled track at Utah Olympic Park. A Utah Office of Tourism KOM line will be contested at the top of the climb at race mile 76.6, passing between 5 to 6 p.m.
- From the top of the climb, the race will descend on Bear Hollow Dr. and use Sun Peak Dr., Cooper Lane, Frostwood Dr., Canyons Resort Dr. and High Mountain Rd. to return to Canyons Village at Park City Mountain for the finish. Expect delays in this area from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
- Following the stage finish and award ceremonies, the after-party for Stage 5 will include a free concert featuring The Honey Hounds as part of the annual Summer Concert Series.
- Free parking is available at the Cabriolet parking lot. The Cabriolet lift will take guests into Canyons Village at Park City Mountain for the start, finish and event activities.
- Additional offsite parking with free public transportation access is available at the Ecker Hill Park & Ride transit stop (via the Jeremy Ranch exit off I-80).
- Public transportation and use of the Park City and Summit County Bike Share Program is recommended.
- Limited parking is permitted along Olympic Parkway between the Quinney Welcome Center at Utah Olympic Park and the gatehouse at the top of the climb.
- No parking is permitted along Bear Hollow Road.
Special Notice for Motorists
- Passing is NOT permitted by any motor vehicle along the road being used by the professional cyclists or authorized race caravan vehicles. Traffic is allowed to follow behind the race, but only at the same speed as the race, which averages 22 to 28 miles per hour.
- If you are traveling toward the race (in the opposite direction of the race), the Utah Highway Patrol will be controlling all traffic at certain intersections, treating this as a rolling road closure.
- Without alternate routes, please be patient as some delays may occur.
- A portion of the race routes for the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah pro cycling race will be located in the Uinta–Wasatch–Cache National Forest.