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Jupiter Peak Steeplechase- VIRTUAL
July 24 @ 1:00 AM
An event every day that begins at 1:00 AM, repeating until July 31, 2020
VIRTUAL & VIRUS FREE!
Despite Self-Quarantining and Social Distancing, we have created a way for you to get out on the trails for some sanity-saving pandemic recovery, all while supporting Mountain Trails this summer with Virtual Running! You can run, job or walk anytime! Everyone of any ability level is welcome!
The 24th 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.
HOW VIRTUAL WORKS:
Once we have confirmed your registration, we will send you; your race bib and finishers medal (to address noted during registration)
You will have a month of July to run the course. If circumstances don’t allow you to run the course, run the distance/elevation at a location of your choice
Once distance has been completed – Take a picture of yourself with your bib and finishers medal and post it to Facebook and Instagram with your time and hashtag: #jupiterpeaksteeplechase; #virtural&virusfree
Email your name, bib #, finish time & where you ran (course or other) to: email@example.com. Results will be posted online August 1, 2020
With an elevation profile that resembles an inverted “V” (for vertical!) A 16-mile loop from. 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!
This race is also the second stop in the Triple Trail Challenge a 3-Event stage race over a nine-week period for the personal accomplishment of the hard-core trail warrior. The 3-Stages include: