2018 USATF Utah 50 Mile Trail Championship Race
Proud to announce that our 50 Mile race will be the 2018 USATF (United States Association of Track and Field) 50 Mile State Championship race here in Utah along with our 100K Race in Aug. Anyone is eligible for the awards! You don't have to be from Utah.
This is ONLY for those of you who contacted SP50 to rollover to 2018 by the deadline! REGISTER by using the code RO2017 to get your rollover discount! This code again is only good if this is a rollover from the 2017 event. Not good if you rolled over from 2016 and rolled over again in 2017!
5 year, 10 year and 15 year discount
If you have "completed "Squaw Peak 5+ years - use code SP50-5 and get a 5% discount .
If you have "completed "Squaw Peak 10+ years - use code SP50-10 and get a 10% discount.
If you have "completed" Squaw Peak 15+ years - use code SP50-15 and get a 15% discount.
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3 EVENT SPECIAL" DISCOUNT when you sign up now for all 3 Mountain Oasis Events!
Enter our Kahtoola Bigfoot Snowshoe Festival 50K or Marathon on Jan 27th, the Squaw Peak 50 Mile Trail on June 2nd and the Kat'cina Mosa 100K Mountain Run on Aug 5th and receive a $50 discount
2018 Race Date
Saturday, June 2, 2018, Registration opens on Nov, 1st 2017
$135.00 - Nov 1, 2016 - Jan 31, 2018
$150.00 - Feb 1, 2018 - Mar 31. 2018
$165.00 - Apr 1, 2018 - May 14, 2018
Registration cap = 370
COURSE: It is a very challenging, difficult and scenic loop course through the Wasatch Mountains above Provo, Utah. The trail will be marked. It consists of - dirt trails (43%), dirt roads (38%) and some paved (19%). The paved sections are: The first 2.1 miles from the start at Vivian Park down the Provo River Trail to the left turn onto the dirt trail . Then at the 22.7 mile mark, for 3.7 miles when you come out onto the Hobble Creek Road, and the last 3.7 down to the finish.
Local time: 7:02 AM
There is over 14,000+/- ft. of elevation gain and loss, with 5 major climbs varying from 1100 ft to nearly 3000 ft. The first starts at mile 2.1. A series of climbs takes you up 2700 ft. over 5 miles to an overlook of Squaw Peak. Check out the Trail Map and Course Elevation Profile page to see what the course looks like. The last and most difficult climb takes you from the top of Berryport Canyon, to the high point of the course just before and above Windy Pass at about 9300 ft.
Depending upon which topo map you look at there are two different trails in this section. On the 7.5 minute series (1:24000) the trail around peak x9297 goes around to the north. Both 30X60 minute series (1:100,000) maps I have used, show the trail going across the south face of peak x2834 (meters). The one on the south side is the trail we use on Race day by which time there should be little if any snow on this side, as you approach the high point of the course about a mile before Windy Pass . From here the course drops almost 4000 ft over the next 9+ miles back to the Finish at Vivian Park.