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Seven Summits Challenge
Brand new this season, put your legs to the test at our inaugural Seven Summits Challenge. Can you hit seven summits - covering 7,300 acres of terrain - in one day?
Dates:
Daily: Feb 24 - Feb 24
Registration:
Registration opens on January 3, 2018!

So you've been shredding Park City for years. You've been awarded the Conqueror Pin on EpicMix. You think you can navigate our most advanced terrain from edge to edge in one day. Here's your chance to earn your street cred with the new Seven Summits Challenge at Park City Mountain!

This event isn't for the faint of heart. This challenge is for you skiers and snowboarders who want to hit the whole mountain wall-to-wall, hike a handful of peaks, and shred the best powder stashes and advanced terrain we offer, all in one day. This competition starts with day-of check in at Legacy Lodge, and the competition concludes when you check in for your final checkpoint at Red Pine Lodge.

Registration opens on January 3! The official Seven Summits Challenge Course will be released by January 29! Lift Access is not included with the price of registration; all participants will need to provide their own lift ticket or season pass.

Seven Summits Challenge Schedule

8:00 AM Event Check In: Legacy Lodge
Check in to pick up your official event credential for the challenge!
9:00 AM Seven Summits Challenge Starts!
2:30 - 4:30 PM Seven Summits Challenge Après Celebration: Red Pine Lodge
Conquered the course? Celebrate with the whole challenge field on the deck and second floor of Red Pine Lodge. Prizes will be given out, including your commemorative Seven Summits Challenge Pin!
3:00 - 5:00 PM Après Live Music by Triggers & Slips: Live on the Canyons Village Stage

A basic event ticket includes event registration, event credential, commemorative pin, and commemorative neck buff. VIP event ticket also includes a jacket from Helly Hansen! Event credentials will give event participants access to dining discounts during event weekend at select Park City Mountain outlets.

Event registration does not include lift access. All event participants are required to provide their own lift ticket or season pass to compete.