Past Activity Descriptions

Activity Descriptions

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AquaticPaddling at Jordanelle ReservoirJordanelle ReservoirPaddling at Jordanelle Reservoir   Meet at Jordanelle Reservoir at the Marina Store at 8:30AM(so we can be on the water at 9:00)   ESSENTIALS FOR PADDLING ACTIVITIES
  1. Fluids – water or sports drink to cover time on water
  2. Food – Snacks, trail mix, fruit or energy bars
  3. Clothes – paddling shoes or sandals, waterproof jacket, shirt or wind breaker, hat, sailing or biking gloves, wet suit (optional) for SUP activity
  4. Personal – sunglasses w/safety strap, sunscreen, insect spray, health insurance card, towel, lip protector, extra dry clothes
  5. Equipment – cell phone in waterproof bag, first aid kit,
  6. Safety – Personal Flotation Device (PFD -required to be worn), swimming skills
Leader: Mike Cohen - cell: 435-640-9644    
AquaticPADDLE ON THE JORDANELLEJORDANELLE RESERVOIR

UPDATE FOR PRIOR PADDLERS:  SAME PRICES, SAME TIMES, SAME SOCIAL HOUR AFTER PADDLING.

CURRENT WEATHER FORECAST: 68 by 9 am: High of 91 around 2 pm. Winds under 10 mph until noon.

Please join PCMSC for a morning of paddle activity this Thursday, June 9 at Jordanelle Reservoir. We will meet at the Marina sports store above the main boat ramp at 8:30 AM sharp so that we can be on the water by 9 AM. We will have access to their kayaks and SUP's for 2 hours for $15.00 (half price), PFD's included. Waivers will be completed at the sports desk. The information below should answer most questions, but feel free to contact Mike Cohen for additional help. Please note directions, entry info to the park and essentials in particular.

If you are interested in helping out with less experienced paddlers during the outings or would like to host an outing, please call or email: Mike Cohen (435-640-9644), link . Or Bruce Morra (862-812-3880), link  .

DIRECTIONS TO JORDANELLE

Take Hwy 40 to exit 8. Turn toward reservoir. Enter park (1/2 mile) then follow signs to the marina or ask attendant.

GETTING INTO JORDANELLE (OR ANY) STATE PARK IN UTAH. If you participate in the Paddling Program and have your own equipment , PFD and paddle, the only cost involved is the entrance fee to the State Park. You can purchase a "Senior Adventure Pass" if you are over 62 for $35. This is a real bargain because you can use it for a full year at any of the wonderful state parks in Utah. If you are under 62, the cost is $75 for the year - still a bargain considering the price of our annual ski passes! Carload day passes are $5 for 62 and over, and $9 for a driver under 62.

SUGGESTIONS FOR PADDLING ACTIVITIES

Fluids - water or sports drink to cover time on water

Food - Snacks, trail mix, fruit or energy bars

Clothes - paddling shoes or sandals, waterproof jacket, shirt or wind breaker, hat, sailing or biking gloves, wet suit (optional) for SUP activity

Personal - sunglasses w/safety strap, sunscreen, insect spray, health insurance card, towel, lip protector, extra dry clothes

Equipment - cell phone in waterproof bag, first aid kit,

Safety - Personal Flotation Device (PFD -required), swimming skills

AquaticPADDLING THE JORDANELLEJORDANELLE RESERVOIR Beach HousePlease join PCMSC for a morning of paddle activity on Thursday mornings at Jordanelle Reservoir. We will meet at the Beach House at 9:00 AM sharp so that we can be on the water by 9:30 AM. We will have access to their kayaks and SUP's for 2 hours for $15.00 (half price), PFD's included. Waivers will be completed at the sports desk. The information below should answer most questions, but feel free to contact Mike Cohen for additional help. Please note directions, entry info to the park and essentials in particular. If you are interested in helping out with less experienced paddlers during the outings or would like to host an outing, please call or email: Mike Cohen (435-640-9644), or Bruce Morra (862-812-3880) Directions to Jordanelle: Take Hwy 40 to exit 8. Turn toward reservoir. Enter park (1/2 mile) then follow signs to the marina or ask attendant. Getting into Jordanelle (or any) State Park in Utah: If you participate in the Paddling Program and have your own equipment , PFD and paddle, the only cost involved is the entrance fee to the State Park. You can purchase a "Senior Adventure Pass" if you are over 62 for $35. This is a real bargain because you can use it for a full year at any of the wonderful state parks in Utah. If you are under 62, the cost is $75 for the year - still a bargain considering the price of our annual ski passes! Carload day passes are $5 for 62 and over, and $9 for a driver under 62. Suggestions for Paddling Activities: PFD - required to be worn Fluids - water or sports drink to cover time on water Food - Snacks, trail mix, fruit or energy bars Clothes - paddling shoes or sandals, waterproof jacket, shirt or wind breaker, hat, sailing or biking gloves, wet suit (optional) for SUP activity Personal - sunglasses w/safety strap, sunscreen, insect spray, health insurance card, towel, lip protector, extra dry clothes Equipment - cell phone in waterproof bag, first aid kit, Safety - Personal Flotation Device (PFD -required), swimming skills
BicycleMoab TripMoab, UTDon Winsor is planning an 8 day Moab adventure that will include hiking, including some special hikes, mountain biking, and road biking from May 13-22. Come for all 8 days or for just a few. Click here for a detailed schedule of events: Moab-Week-V5.pdf Contact Don at: wd40rider@gmail.com or 801-673-5866  
BicycleRoad Bike - B level Kamas 5/10Kamas FoodtownHoward Kantor – Cell: 413-695-0277 Meet at Kamas Foodtown for a 10:00am start. The B ride will be approx. 25 miles through Kamas, Woodlands, and Francis with gradual climbs and riding through mostly agricultural landscapes.
BicycleRoad Bike C Level Kamas 5/10Kamas FoodtownLeaders: Lisa Hunter and Sheree Anshel 770-630-2233 Meet at Kamas Foodtown for a 10:00am start. Ride will be approximately 20 miles with a few climbs.  Mostly flat.
BicycleRoad Bike - A LevelQuinn's Jct.  Meet at Quinn’s Jct. near the bathrooms at 10:00 AM We will ride up RT 248 to Kamas and Woodlands and back. Approximately 35 miles. Leader: Chuck Mollard, cell: 917-881-9022  
BicycleRoad Bike B Level Orem 6/12Quinn's Jct.Leader: Ira Braun 305-479-0737 This paved trail is largely flat so those of you who crave climbing should sit this one out. Those of you who would like a scenic ride in a area which may be new to you, please join us. The B and C rides will take place in conjunction with each other on this out and back ride. The C riders will ride to the Highland Glen Trailhead and turn around at about the 12 mile marker, making it a 24 mile ride. The B riders will ride to the Mitchell Hollow Trailhead and turn back. There are ample bathrooms and water along this course. There will be pedestrians, however, we expect few due to the time and day of the week. We will meet to carpool at Quinn's Junction lot near the bathrooms for an on-time departure at 8:00AM to beat the heat in SLC and drive down the Provo Cyn. Drive to the exit to Mt. Timpanogos Park, which is 5.7 miles past the exit to Sundance (Rt. 92) on the right where we will reconvene.   Link to trail information:  https://mountainland.org/murdock/  
BicycleRoad Bike C Level Orem 6/12Quinn's Jct.Leader: Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233 and Lyn Nadel This paved trail is largely flat so those of you who crave climbing should sit this one out. Those of you who would like a scenic ride in a area which may be new to you, please join us. The B and C rides will take place in conjunction with each other on this out and back ride. The C riders will ride to the Highland Glen Trailhead and turn around at about the 12 mile marker, making it a 24 mile ride. The B riders will ride to the Mitchell Hollow Trailhead and turn back.There are ample bathrooms and water along this course. There will be pedestrians, however we expect few due to the time and day of the week. We will meet to carpool at Quinn's Junction lot near the bathrooms for an on-time departure at 8:00AM to beat the heat in SLC and drive down the Provo Cyn. Drive to the exit to Mt. Timpanogos Park, which is 5.7 miles past the exit to Sundance (Rt. 92) on the right where we will reconvene. Link for more trail information: https://mountainland.org/murdock/    
BicycleRoad Bike - A LevelBasin RecMeet at Basin Recreation at Kimball Junction at 10:00. We will ride up UOP, down Bear Hollow to Route 224 to Deer Valley and up Royal Street and return via Meadows Drive. This will be 32 miles with 3,221 feet of climbing.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level ride 6/1Oakley town hall buildingLeaders: Caprice and Bill Benz - 801-859-5662 Meeting at the Oakley Town Hall Bldg. parking lot for a 9:00AM start. We will ride up and back Weber Canyon about 24 miles total.
BicycleRoad Bike - B Level 6/14Kamas FoodtownLeaders: Bob & Jennifer Gurss 202-236-1743 Meet at the Kamas Foodtown for an on-time departure at 9:00 AM. Note: Please park on the far west end of the parking lot or you will be asked to move your car. We will ride through Kamas, Woodlands, Francis and back. Approximately 24 miles.
BicycleRoad Bike - B level 5/24Kamas FoodtownLeader: Sue Johnson - 908-310-6617 Starting at 9:30AM from Foodtown parking lot in Kamas we will ride out to Woodland and do Bench Creek Rd and back via Francis. Approximately 25 miles
BicycleRoad Bike - C Level 5/24Foodtown KamasLeader: John Meier 435-659-9720 Starting at 9:30AM from Foodtown parking lot in Kamas we will ride out to Woodland and back via Francis. Approximately 20 miles
BicycleRoad Bike - A Level 5/24Quinn's Jct.Leader: Bob Johnson 908-310-3824 Meet at Quinn's Jct and be ready to ride by 9:30AM. We will ride out to Kamas and through Francis, Woodlands, back to Kamas, Oakley and return via Brown's Canyon. Approximately 40 miles.
BicycleRoad Bike A Ride - 6/18Heber - Slim & KnobbyA - Ride "The Heber Grind" Meet at the Slim and Knobby’s bike shop parking lot, 468 North Main Street, Heber City for an on-time departure at 9:30 AM.   We will ride 4 blocks to Center Street, which becomes Lake Creek and ride east to the entrance of the Uintah National Forest and return.  The total distance is about 35 miles with 3500 feet of elevation gain including a series of about 10 short climbs with grades up to 15%. Leader: Dave Kennamer - cell: 301-254-7782
BicycleIndependence Weekend Hikes and Bike RidesBrooke's home

Rob & Jeri Brooke are hosting a picnic lunch and will provide brats so they request your send a RSVP to jbrooke@tribalexpressions.com

This potluck lunch will be at the Brooke’s home at the conclusion of the planned activities, which includes a moderate hike, an easy hike, a Mountain bike ride and a B level road bike ride.  The Brooke’s home is located in Jeremy Ranch at 9036 Sackett Drive.  The hosts request you bring a lawn chair and appetizers, salads, sides or desserts to share and BYOB. All activities will start at the Brooke's house at 9:00 so plan on arriving early and leaving you food at the house. Please bring serving utensils for your dish and also items that need to be kept cold in a cooler.

Semi-Strenuous hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 3 to 3 1/2 hours at a pace of about 2.5 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Jeri Brooke – cell: 847-525-5433

Moderate hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 4 hours at a pace of about 2 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Sheri Thomas – cell: 435-640-9535

Easy hike up Flying Dog  This will be a easy, slower paced hike up about 1/3 of the Flying Dog Trail above Jeremy Ranch.  This hike will be about 3 miles, have an 400 ft vertical and take about 3-4 hours at a pace of less than 1.5 mph.  Dogs invited.            Leader: Sue Johnson – cell: 908-310-6617

Mountain bike ride  This will be a Mountain Bike ride from Brooke’s house headed south on the 24-7 trail, linking to Stealth, Glenwild Loop, Cobblestone, and back down Flying Dog.                                                                                                                                   Leader: Rob Brooke – cell: 224-639-3293

Road Bike B level ride  From Rob & Jeri Brooke’s house, we will head down the hill to bike path along Rasmussen Road.  Through the tunnel to Highland Drive and go up Trail side to the Frontage Road past Home Depot.  Follow RT 248 back to Monitor and through Park Meadow to Old Ranch Rd. and back the way we came finishing at the Brooke’s.  Total mileage will be 30 miles with a climb at the end.  This will be at a B level pace.           Leader: Bob Johnson – cell: 908-310-3824

BicycleRoad Bike A Level ride 6/2Coalville Court HouseLeader: Marvin Kabatznick 203-241-3762 Meet in Coalville at the courthouse for a 9:30AM start. We will ride to East Canyon resort and back. Approximately 42 miles with some climbing.  
BicycleRoad Bike B Level ride 6/4Coalville CourthouseLeader: Chuck Mollard 917-881-9022.  Meet in Coalville at the Courthouse for a 10:00AM start. We will ride from Coalville to the Henefer park and return. Approximately 23 miles.  
BicycleRoad Bike Safety and Riding ClinicQuinn's Jct.Wednesday June 8th – 10:00AM at Quinn’s Junction at the lower parking lot near the bathroom. This is open to all levels and abilities of road cyclist. The clinic will be a 1 hour discussion and demonstration on group riding techniques that will include:
  • Safely riding in a group and group riding etiquette
  • Group communications while riding
  • How to safely pass a fellow rider and following techniques.
All participants should bring their bikes and be prepared to ride. This will be a hands on clinic. An optional Pace Line clinic will follow the 1 hour discussion. This will be open to all A level riders or riders that can maintain a pace of 20 MPH on flat terrain in close proximity to other riders. Instructor: Triathlon Coach Sarah Dunlap who has 13 years of experience as a Triathlon Coach and is certified by USAT. She is a USA Cycling Coach and has 14 years of experience as an ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist, 20 years as a Swim Coach, including a National Level USS team, and 5 years as a Sognier/Coach for a pro mountain biking team. After more than a decade of countless triathlons - from Sprint to Ironman distance - she will be able to use her knowledge and experience to assist the Club's riders to be better riders and to be safer on the road. This is a free clinic for all road cyclists, but donations for Coach Sarah would be appreciated. Any questions, contact Bob Johnson at bob@njwest.com  
BicycleModerate (MOD) Mountain Bike Ride Park City Ice RinkLeader: Don Winsor 801-673-5866 Moderate (MOD) Mountain Bike Ride at Round Valley. Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet at Park City Ice Arena and Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table area for an on-time departure of 9:00 AM. The ride will be hilly loops through Round Valley, we will ride approximately 8 to 10 miles climbing close to 1000 vertical feet.
BicycleRoad Bike A Level - 6/9Mountain DellLeader: Ben Koerselman - 801-792-9173 We will meet at the East Canyon exit off I-80 (close to Mountain Dell golf course) for an 8:30 start and ride to the top of Emigration Canyon, down to the University Hospital area, through Federal Heights, up City Creek and return. This is about a 40 mile ride with some nice climbs, city/state capital views and residential areas.  
BicycleModerate Minus (MOD-) Mountain Bike RideOlympic Park-Lower Trails
Olympic Park–Moderate Minus Mountain Bike Ride on June 3
Start the season off with a gentle, Moderate Minus mountain bike ride on the lower trails at Olympic Park. 5 miles. Meet in the first parking lot on the right on Olympic Parkway off of 224, across from the Run-A-Muck dog park parking lot. We will have an on-time departure of 1:00, so please show up early enough to pump up your tires and sign in. This is NOT for new riders, you must be familiar with your bike and understand shifting. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
BicycleRoad Bike C-level rideCoalville Courthouse

Saturday, June 4: C-Ride  10:00 AM

Leader: Annemarie Ferrari - Cell - 801-706-5117

Meet at Coalville Courthouse for a 10:00 start. We will ride toward Henefer and back. Approximately 18-20 miles with mild climbing.

BicycleMODERATE-MINUS MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE - JUNE 10PETCO IN KIMBALL JUNCTION

Firday, June 10 - Cobblestone Trail Moderate Minus (MOD-)  Mountain Bike Ride 

Some of you have hiked the Cobblestone Trail in Glenwild, it’s also a great MOD- mountain bike ride. 5 miles, 500 feet of elevation, 1.5 hours of riding.

Meet in the Petco parking lot. We will have an on time departure of 8:30, so please show up early enough to pump up your tires, sign in and coordinate carpools.

This is NOT for new riders, you must be familiar with your bike and understand shifting.

Leader: Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com

BicycleMountain Bike - ModerateUOP Parking lotLeader: Don Winsor 801-673-5866 Friday June 17th - MOD+ Mountain Bike Ride. We will be riding a set of newer trails at the UOP. This ride has great views, we will stop several times to observe them and catch our breath! Meet at a parking lot by the refrigeration building for an on-time departure of 10:00 AM. The parking area is located just down the hill from the Utah Olympic Park buildings. Head toward the ski jumps on Olympic Parkway, go past the pool and UOP buildings, and then continue down the hill, there is a parking lot just before the gate. We’ll ride approximately 6 miles with about 1100’ of elevation gain. One mile of which will be on pavement to access our trail to the top. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of basic mountain bike riding skills. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com.
BicycleRoad Bike - B Level 6/213325 Crestline Dr. Park CityLeaders: Karen Halverson & Jay Zorzy  Cell: Karen: 314-304-4007  Jay:858-761-1680 Meet at Karen’s house, 3325 Crestline Dr.  Park City 84060 at 8:40 to drop off your dish/beverage.  Park on the street.  We will leave my house at 9 to do a 25-27 mile loop around Park City, exploring the newest paved trails.  There will be some climbing. After the bike ride, there will be brunch at Karen’s home.  If you would like a beverage other than water or a mimosa, please bring it.  Please bring a dish to share, preferably a salad, veggie, fruit, or appetizer.  
BicycleTour of HoytsvilleRobin & Twiggy's houseOn June 26 Don Twiggs and Robin Reade will host their annual Tour de Hoytsville. A, B, and C road rides AND rail trail ride. We got y'all covered this year. There is a RSVP/dish to share picnic following the ride. Don and Robin will provide the main dish and soft drinks. A Ride: Bob Johnson will lead a 54 mile ride leaving at 8:30. The ride is out and back on Chalk Creek Road to the Utah/Wyoming border. The terrain has many long rolling hills with an elevation gain of approx. 2,400'. This is a beautiful scenic ride through a farming valley with mountains flanking each side. B Ride: At 10 AM Robin Reade will lead a 23 mile road ride through the farming communities of Wanship, Hoytsville, and Coalville. Terrain has several moderate rollers and elevation gain is approximately 500'. C Ride: At 10:15 Bob Aboutek will lead a ride similar to the B ride but approx. 20 miles in length, 500' elevation gain, with moderate rolling hills. Mtn. Bike/Hybrid Bike Ride: At 10:15 Don Twiggs will lead a ride on the rail trail and packed gravel frontage roads through Coalville, Hoytsville, and Wanship. The ride is flat and is approximately 14 miles, follows the Weber River and passes through valley ranches. What to bring: Pot luck dish to share, (please store in a cooler if at all possible), BYOB, and folding chair. Main course and soft drinks provided. If your last names starts with: A --- H bring an appetizer, I --- T bring a side dish, U --- Z bring a dessert RSVP by 6/23, leave message on home phone 435-336-3377 OR e-mail: readetwiggs@allwest.net     Questions: call home phone Directions to Don and Robin's from Park City: Take I 80 east to exit 155. Turn left at end of exit ramp and follow road around sweeping curve to the right. Continue STRAIGHT through 4 way intersection and go another 4.2 miles. On the left look for Hoyt Lane, then white horse fencing and turn left immediately when white horse fencing ends. If you get to the LDS church on the right you went too far.
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 6/14Quinn's Jct.Leader: Bob Johnson - 908-310-3824 We will ride from Quinn's to Kamas, Francis, and do the Bench Creek Rd. loop and back to Kamas, Oakley and up Browns Canyon. This is a 50 mile ride with approximately 2400 feet of climbing.
BicycleRoad Bike - C Level 6/14Kamas FoodtownLeader: Jennifer Gurss 301-467-5778 Meet at the Kamas Foodtown for an on-time departure at 9:00 AM. Note: Please park on the far west end of the parking lot or you will be asked to move your car. We will ride through Kamas, Woodlands, Francis and back. Approximately 20 miles.  
BicycleBike Maintenance ClinicCity ParkTroy Michaud from Flying Sprocket will be conducting a basic bike maintenance clinic. Need a refresher on how to change a flat tire or your gears are not shifting quite right? Troy will offer a basic bike clinic at City Park (in the area we do Dogs and Suds) on June 28th from 6:00 to 7:00PM. Bring your bike if you want to practice. The clinic will cover basic bike maintenance and simple repairs with recommendations as to what you can do on your own and what you should leave to the professionals to do for you. It is open to both road and mountain bikers but will focus mainly on road bikes. Some of the key topics will include:
  • Bike maintenance – what should be done on a regular basis and annual basis.
  • Flat repair and the use of a CO2 inflator.
  • Simple derailleur adjustments.
The flat repair is intended to be hands on so if you want to try it out for yourself, please bring one of your bike wheels or your whole bike with your flat repair kit that everyone should have if they ride with the club. The flat repair kit should include a spare tube, tire irons, and some type of inflator such as a CO2 inflator or miniature pump. A patch kit is also an important part of your repair kit but not necessary for this clinic. Questions should be sent to Bob Johnson at: bob@njwest.com
BicycleRoad Bike B - Level Midway 6/18Midway ParkLeader: Howard Kantor – Cell: 413-695-0277 Meet at the Midway City Park at the corner of Johnson Mill Rd/West Midway Ln. (Bathroom available) by 8:40am for a 9:00 departure.  Take HWY 40 to 100 South/UT 113, turn right and travel 2.2 miles.  On your right, as you enter Midway, there is a triangular shaped park. The B ride will be approx. 25 miles through Midway and Heber with gradual climbs and riding through mostly agricultural landscapes.
BicycleRoad Bike C Level Midway 6/18Midway ParkLeader: John Meier 435-659-9720 Meet at the Midway City Park at the corner of Johnson Mill Rd/West Midway Ln. (Bathroom available) by 8:40am for a 9:00 departure. Take HWY 40 to 100 South/UT 113, turn right and travel 2.2 miles.  On your right, as you enter Midway, there is a triangular shaped park.  Ride will be approximately 20 miles with a few climbs.  Mostly flat.
BicycleModerate Mountain Bike 6/25Wasatch BagelSaturday, June 25th - MOD (Moderate) mountain bike ride around Lost Prospector and Round Valley. Leaders will be Frank Traczyk and Marianne Birch-Jensen. Meet at Wasatch Bagel next to liquor store for an on-time departure of 9:30 AM. This is a single track with some rocky sections and moderate climbs. Mountain bikes needed and bring water and a spare tube. The ride is about 2 hours and 10 miles. We can have lunch afterwards at Sergio’s Mexican restaurant near Holiday Village Theaters. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of basic mountain bike riding skills. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. For more info call Frank Traczyk at 801-209-9092  
BicycleMountain Bike Mod plus - 6/27Old Town Transit CenterMonday, June 27th - MOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Ride - Meet at the Old Town Transit Center at 9:00 AM to catch the 9:35 AM Empire Pass (Purple). If you miss the bus you miss the ride. The buses are limited to take six bikes per trip to Empire, we may have to split up and meet at the top prior to riding. Get there early to put your bike in the six bike first come first serve staging area. We will return to the Transit Center via Mid Mountain and Deer Crest trails. Once back to the Transit Center we have the option to ride the bus again for additional rides. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of basic mountain bike riding skills. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor,(801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com  
BicycleRoad bike B-Ride Weber Canyon 7/5Oakley Town HallLeader: Howard Kantor Cell: 413-695-0277 Meet at 8:20AM at Oakley Town Hall for a 8:30AM departure. We will do a loop ride through Oakley/Peoa and then will ride up Weber River Canyon.  The total mileage will be approx. 28 mi.
BicycleRoad bike C Level Weber Canyon 7/5Oakley Town HallLeader: Bob Aboutok Cell: 908-616-2375 Meet at Oakley Town Hall for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride Weber Canyon up and back. Approximately 23 miles.
BicycleRoad bike A-level Coalville 7/5Coalville CourthouseLeader: Marvin Kabatznick 203-241-3762 We will ride from Coalville around East Canyon and up Big Mountain to the summit. Approximately 60 miles with a big climb.  
BicycleRoad bike B-Level Kamas 7/10Kamas FoodtownLeader: Howard Kantor Cell: 413-695-0277 We will ride through Kamas, Woodlands, Francis and back. Approximately 26 miles.
BicycleRoad bike C-Level Kamas 7/10Kamas FoodtownLeader: Ed Tarmey 954-675-4177 We will ride through Kamas, Woodlands, Francis and back. Approximately 20 miles.
BicycleRoad Bike A-Ride Deer Mountain 7/12Deer MountainLeader: Ben Koerselman 801-792-9173 Starting at his house: 468 Big Dutch Dr in Deer Mountain. We will ride to Wasatch State Park and back approximately 54 miles. After the ride Ben will provide a light lunch and beer/soft drinks at his house.  
BicycleRoad bike C-Level Kamas 7/12Kamas FoodtownLeader: Annmarie Ferrari & Bob Aboutok  801-466-1972 We will meet at Kamas Foodtown. Please park on the west side of the lot near subway. The ride will be 19 miles though Kamas, Woodlands, and Francis.  Be ready to  ride by 9:00AM
BicycleRoad Bike B-Level Woodlands 7/14LDS Church - WoodlandsLeader: Caprice Benz 801-400-8745 Meet at the LDS Church in Woodlands for an 8:00AM departure. We will ride up to Noblett's rest area and back.  
BicycleRoad bike B&C LevelTBDLeaders: Bob & Jennifer Gurss 202-236-1743 B - Ride: This 24-27 mile ride explores the scenic Morgan Valley with rolling hills, rural roadways, and (depending on weather and rider sentiment) a beautiful climb to East Canyon Dam.  Meet by 8:15 for an 8:30 departure from Riverside (aka City) Park in Morgan.  From Park City (about 45 minutes), take I-80 East to I-84 towards Ogden, to Exit 103 for Morgan.  After exiting, turn left and proceed south on Rt. 66 (N. State St) for half mile, turn left at North 250 East (watch for "City Park" sign), and then turn right at East 125 North, and you will see the park on your right.  Park near the back of the parking lot, where there is a brick building with restrooms.   Lunch afterwards, for those interested, at the famous Taggart Grill. C-ride:  The C ride will take place at the same time and at the same starting location as the B ride in the bucolic Morgan Valley. Meet by 8:15 for an 8:30 departure from Riverside (aka City) Park in Morgan. From Park City (about 45 minutes), take I-80 East to I-84 towards Ogden, to Exit 103 for Morgan. After exiting, turn left and proceed south on Rt. 66 (N. State St) for half mile, turn left at North 250 East (watch for "City Park" sign), and then turn right at East 125 North, and you will see the park on your right. Park near the back of the parking lot, where there is a brick building with restrooms.   The loop ride has rolling hills for 16 miles. Scenic views guaranteed! If C riders are comfortable riding with a narrow shoulder, but limited traffic, we can add another 8 miles (and a few hills) at the beginning of the ride.  Lunch afterwards, for those interested, at the famous Taggart Grill.
BicycleRoad bike B-Level 7/27WallsburgLeader: Bill & Caprice Benz 801-859-5662 Ride in Wallsburg approximately 20 miles. Drive South on Hwy 189 ( going down the Provo Canyon).  Turn left onto W. Main Canyon Rd at the Wallsburg exit.  Parking lot is immediately on the right.  There is construction along the way, so watch your speed so you don’t miss the exit.
BicycleRoad bike B-Level Coalville 7/12Coalville CourthouseLeader: Bruce Morra - 862-812-3880 Meet at Coalville Courthouse for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride Coalville to Henefer, to Chaulk's creek to Border station, to Creamery to Hobson, back to town, 34 miles.
BicycleNAC Summit ChallengeNational Ability CenterSave the date for the 100, 52, and 18 mile road bike ride for the National Ability Center
BicycleRoad bike A-Level 7/21Basin RecLeader: Paul Pietras - 561-350-9750 Meet at Basin Rec for a 8:30 departure. We ride over to Jeremy Ranch entrance and cut over to Kilby and up towards Bear Hollow and do the climbs by Sun Peak to Olympic Park, Meadows Drive and go by Park City Golf Course towards PCMR turn around and head to the other side of Meadows Drive and do a bunch of climbs in that area.  Head back down towards 224, Old Ranch Road and back.  37 miles with 3100 feet of climbing  
BicycleMountain Bike - Advanced 7/8Transit CenterFriday, July 8th - Advanced Mountain Bike Ride - destination "Spin Cycle" - Meet at the Old Town Transit Center at 9:00 AM to catch the 9:35 AM Empire Pass (Purple). If you miss the bus you miss the ride. The buses are limited to take six bikes per trip to Empire, we may have to split up and meet at the top prior to riding. Get there early to put your bike in the six bike first come first serve staging area. Don't miss your chance to ride the twisty, curvy Spin Cycle, what a treat it is! In 2 miles we drop about 1000' at an average of 5° slope and a maximum of slope of 18°. This is not for the faint of heart. We will ride Mid Mountain trail from Empire Lodge to Deer Crest trail, then to Outlook trail, then Spin Cycle returning via various paved roads, double track and finally sections of the rail trail to the Transit Center. Estimated mileage is 15 with an elevation gain of less than 1000'. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of advanced mountain bike riding skills. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866),wd40rider@gmail.com   
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 7/24Coalville CourthouseMeet at the Coalville Court House for an on time 9:00 departure. The ride will travel from Coalville to Henefer, passing by the Echo Reservoir. Once in Henefer we will bear onto East Henefer Rd and do some climbing and descend into Croyden where we will travel until the pot holes begin. This is an out and back ride with much flat terrain and some hills in the middle part of the ride; Ride length 35 miles. Ride leader Robin Reade - cell: 860-989-1519 Lunch Option:  Take out lunch from Neena's (Mexican Market) and enjoy it next door at the Pocket Park Directions: Head east on I 80. Take Coalville exit # 162. Bear right at end of exit and continue to T intersection. Turn left onto Main St. go 3 --4 blocks, will see Court House on the right.
BicycleRoad bike C-Level 7/24Coalville CourthouseLeader: John Meier 435-659-9720 Meet at Coalville Courthouse for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride out to Henefer park and back along Echo Reservoir. This is a fairly flat ride of approximately 22 miles.

Lunch Option:  Take out lunch from Neena's (Mexican Market) and enjoy it next door at the Pocket Park

BicycleRoad bike B-Level 7/30Coalville CourthouseLeader: Mark Peterman 503-718-4510 Meet at Coalville Courthouse for an 8:30 departure. We will ride out to Henefer and up to the top of the hill where the Mormon settlers monument is and back. Approximately 30 miles.
BicycleRoad bike A-LevelHenefer Park RT 65Leader: Chuck Mollard 917-881-9022 Meet at Henefer Park for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride out to Morgan and back with some good climbs. Approximately 45 miles.
BicycleRoad bike A-Level 7/26Morgan City ParkLeader: Bob Johnson 908-310-3824 We will meet at Morgan City Park for a 8:30AM departure and ride up to Snowbasin and back. Big climb going up. Approximately 42 miles round trip with approximately 2600 feet of climbing (but it doesn't start until mile 12). Meet by 8:15 for an 8:30 departure from Riverside (aka City) Park in Morgan.  From Park City (about 45 minutes), take I-80 East to I-84 towards Ogden, to Exit 103 for Morgan.  After exiting, turn left and proceed south on Rt. 66 (N. State St) for half mile, turn left at North 250 East (watch for “City Park” sign), and then turn right at East 125 North, and you will see the park on your right.  Park near the back of the parking lot, where there is a brick building with restrooms.  
BicycleRoad Bike B-level 7/19Midway City Park

Tuesday, July 19 - B level road bike ride

Karen Halverson & Jay Zorzy will lead a B-level road bike ride trough Heber and Midway for a distance of 27 miles.  This will be at a B pace of 13-15 mph with some rolling hills.

Meet at Midway City Park at 8:30 a.m. for an 8:45 departure....please be on time!   

Leaders: Karen Halverson 314-304-4007 & Jay Zorzy 858-761-1680

Directions: From Park City go to Heber and make a right on W 100 S (SR 113) and proceed for 4 miles.  (This turns into Main Street).  The park will be on your right.

BicycleRoad Bike C-level 7/19Midway City Park

Tuesday, July 19 - C level road bike ride

Lisa Hunter will lead a C-level road bike ride trough Heber and Midway for a distance of 21-25 miles.  This will be at a C pace of 10-12 mph with some rolling hills.

Meet at Midway City Park at 8:30 a.m. for an 8:45 departure....please be on time!   

Leader: Lisa Hunter - cell: 770-630-2233

Directions: From Park City go to Heber and make a right on W 100 S (SR 113) and proceed for 4 miles.  (This turns into Main Street).  The park will be on your right.

BicycleRoad Bike A level - 7/24Quinn's Junction

Sunday, July 24 - A level ride

Meet at Quinn’s junction near the restrooms at 8:30

We will follow the NAC 52 mile route. We will start with a loop around Park City.  Then we will ride on SR 248 and make a right on Democrat Alley and proceed to Francis.  We will then take Foothill up through Kamus and make a left on Robert Young Lane and proceed up Brown’s Canyon and return to Quinn’s. This will be a 52 mile ride with about 3100 feet elevation gain.  To be sure everyone is together we shall make a minimum of three rest stop after each 15-16 mile or so segment.

Leader: Chuck Mollard - Cell: 917-881-9022

BicycleRoad Bike B+ level - 8/21Quinn's Junction

Sunday, August 21 - B+ ride as preparation for NAC 52 mile ride

Meet at Quinn’s junction near the restrooms at 8:30

We will follow the NAC 52 mile route but skip the loop around Park City.  We will ride on SR 248 and make a right on Democrat Alley and proceed to Francis.  We will then take Foothill up through Kamus and make a left on Robert Young Lane and proceed up Brown’s Canyon and return to Quinn’s.  This will be a 38 mile ride with about 2700 feet elevation gain.  To be sure everyone is together we shall make a minimum of three rest stop after each 12 mile or so segment.

No one will be dropped, but you should be able to maintain an average riding pace of 13 to 15 mph for the duration of the ride which will take around three hours.

Leader: Chuck Mollard - Cell: 917-881-9022

BicycleMountain Bike Riding Mod+ (Moderate Plus) 7/21Silver Lake - Deer ValleyThursday, July 21st – Mod+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley, lift served. Human powered Mountain bike required. We will be riding the Deer Valley Lifts to ride their downhill trails. Meet at Silver Lake at Deer Valley at 10 AM. We will pick up our day passes at the Silver Lake ticket office, summer day passes are $42. If you have a Deer Valley ski pass you may have a summer day pass or passes available with your ski pass. Call Deer Valley to find out what your options are. I plan to ride the following trails: Tidal Wave (new last year – very fun!), Twist and Shout, Homeward Bound, Road to Ruby, Flagstaff Loop and Naildriver to name a few. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level and High West Distillery lunchRail Trailhead - WanshipLeaders: Jay Zorzy 858-761- 1680 & Karen Halverson 314-304-4007 They will lead a 35 mile ride, commencing at the rail trail parking lot in Wanship. www.traillink.com/trail/historic-union-pacific-rail-trail-state-park.aspx.  From Park City, take the Wanship/Kamas exit, turn left and follow road as it veers to the right.  Ignore the first sign for rail trail parking !   At the corner of Hoytsville Rd & Old Lincoln Hwy., there is a large  parking lot for Union Pacific trailhead, next to tall “CAFÉ” sign.  There is a one stall bathroom available here. Afterwards, those who have RSVP’d to Karen Halverson, drive about 3.5 miles to Blue Sky Ranch for High West Distillery Tour.  You may also skip the 45 minute noon tour & simply have brunch or lunch off the menu. Meet at 8:30 for an 8:45 departure.  Please be on time! Following this we will drive 10 minutes to the High West Distillery 27649 Old Lincoln Hwy, Wanship, UT 84017Phone: (435) 649-8300 at Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship for a tour at 12 noon.  This will be followed by lunch off the menu or their newly offered brunch for $25.  Brunch is served from 10:45 to 2:30.  The tour is available to only 20, so be quick about contacting Karen at.  khalverson01@gmail.com if you would like to do the tour.  Otherwise plan lunch/brunch & a game of “corn-hole.”  High West Website:  www.highwest.com.
BicycleRoad Bike C Level and High West DistilleryRail Trailhead - WanshipLeader: Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233 Lisa will lead a 20-22 mile ride, commencing at the rail trail parking lot in Wanship. www.traillink.com/trail/historic-union-pacific-rail-trail-state-park.aspx.  Meet at 9:00 for an 9:15 departure.  Please be on time!  From Park City, take the Wanship/Kamas exit, turn left and follow road as it veers to the right. Ignore the first sign for rail trail parking !   At the corner of Hoytsville Rd & Old Lincoln Hwy., there is a large parking lot for Union Pacific trailhead, next to tall “CAFÉ” sign. There is a one stall bathroom available here. Afterwards, those who have RSVP’d to Karen Halverson, drive about 3.5 miles to Blue Sky Ranch for High West Distillery Tour. You may also skip the 45 minute noon tour & simply have brunch or lunch off the menu. Meet at 8:30 for an 8:45 departure. Please be on time! Following this we will drive 10 minutes to the High West Distillery 27649 Old Lincoln Hwy, Wanship, UT 84017Phone: (435) 649-8300 at Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship for a tour at 12 noon. This will be followed by lunch off the menu or their newly offered brunch for $25. Brunch is served from 10:45 to 2:30. The tour is available to only 20, so be quick about contacting Karen at. khalverson01@gmail.com if you would like to do the tour. Otherwise plan lunch/brunch & a game of “corn-hole.” High West Website: www.highwest.com. Following this we will drive 10 minutes to the High West Distillery 27649 Old Lincoln Hwy, Wanship, UT 84017Phone(435) 649-8300 at Blue Sky Ranch in Wanship for a tour at 12 noon.  This will be followed by lunch off the menu or their newly offered brunch for $25.  Brunch is served from 10:45 to 2:30.  The tour is available to only 20, so be quick about contacting Karen at.  khalverson01@gmail.com if you would like to do the tour.  Otherwise plan lunch/brunch & a game of “corn-hole.”  High West Website:  www.highwest.com.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level - 8/3Heber Skate ParkLeaders: Dave & Trish Domenichetti 251-406-9095 & 251-406-9094

Meet at Heber Skate Park, turn onto Hwy 113/100 S (from US 40 in Heber) toward Midway. Park is located directly after Wasatch Animal Clinic on the left. Great parking with restrooms available. This ride is called the Dam Ride: We will wind through Heber to Charleston, crossing Highway 189 into Daniel; then crossing US 40 to Duke Lane. In hopes of avoiding the never ending construction, we will go North on 2400 East to Center Street (Lake Creek rd) connecting with North Mill Road then onto Valley Hills Blvd with has a couple rolling hills with a great decent onto Coyote Lane. Taking Highway 189 north toward Jordanelle, we will go right onto State Road 32 for a short distance turning left onto Old Hwy 40 (River’s Edge) which ends at the “dam”. After resting & regrouping, we will return via River Road to roundabout into Midway & back to the skate park. An alternate route via Highway 189/40 south back to 113 is an option for returning back to the park. We can discuss this and make a plan at Rivers Edge for those that wish to take the alternate route back. Approximately 30 miles with 1100ft elevation change.

 
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 8/2Park and Ride - Big CottonwoodLeader: Bob Johnson 908-310-3824 Meet at the park and ride lot at the entrance to Big Cottonwood off of Wasatch Blvd. for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride up to Brighton and back. 29 miles round trip with 3800 feet of climbing.  
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 8/13Park City BagelsLeader: Jeri Brooke 847-525-5433 Meet at Park City Bagels for a 9:00AM departure.  We will ride down Rasmussen to highland - old ranch - 224 to Payday - to Thaynes Canyon - three kings - Deer Valley Dr loop - then back through Park Meadows - for those up for it - can go up Meadows drive back to 224 (those not up for the climb can take Holiday Ranch loop back to 224 and we can all meet at Old Ranch)- old ranch road - highland - rasmussen then back to Wasatch Bagels.
BicycleRoad bike B+ Level 8/17DV Snow Park lodgeLeaders: Bob and Jennifer Gurss Cell: 202-236-1743 and 301-467-5778 Get ready for the NAC Summit Challenge ride. This is a B+ CLIMBING ride up and through beautiful Deer Valley.  This will be good preparation for the much longer climbs on the upcoming NAC 52-mile charity ride   We will meet in LOT 2 at Deer Valley's Snow Park Lodge at 8:15 am for 8:30 departure.  There will be switchback climbs up through the Solamere neighborhood with views over the entire Park City area.  After returning to Lower Deer Valley we will take the classic switchback climb up Royal Street (about 1000 feet over 3.5 miles) to Silver Lake, featuring great views to take your mind off the climb.   After a rest at the top, we will ride back down the mountain to Snow Park (if you are worried about the fast descent, you can take the chairlift down).  Total distance is only about 14 miles.  Pace will be slow going up with stops for those who need it.   Additional miles/climbs available afterwards for those interested.
BicycleMoab WeekendMoabMini Moab weekend will start on Friday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 25th. I'll get it on the calendar and a list of activities soon. Anyone can go early if they want to, I'll be there a few days before.  Don Winsor 801-673-5866 wd40rider@gmail.com
Mini Moab Weekend Meeting Place Time Activity
Friday 9/23/2016 Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Negro Bill Canyon: 4 hours - 4 miles round trip - 330 elevation gain. Morning Glory Natural Bridge, which is 243 feet long and the sixth-longest natural rock span in the United States. Trailhead Location: On Hwy 128, three miles east of junction with Hwy 191. Route Description: From the parking area next to Hwy 128, follow the trail up the left side of the stream. Keep going upstream for about 1.5 miles. Morning Glory Natural Bridge is located at the end of the second side canyon on the right. The trail forks just below this canyon. Follow the trail to the right, cross the stream, and ascend a steep slope. Morning Glory Bridge is located at the end of the trail about 0.5 miles up the canyon from the stream. Do not touch the poison ivy that grows below the pool under the bridge! Poison ivy plants have dark green, shiny leaves with serrated edges in clusters of three. Hike leader is Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Moderate Plus Mountain Bike - The will include Horsethief, Mag 7 and Navajo Trails. Human powered Mountain bike required. State Park fee may be required.  Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 4pm Travel to Arches Visitors Center to get Fiery Furnace permit(s) for the Sunday 9/25/16 hike. All hike participants must watch the Fiery Furnace video and pay the permit fee after viewing. Please bring the exact change. Confusion at the Arches Visitors Center will be minimized if I provide all the permit fees and names as a package. Permit fee is $6 per person unless you have a Senior National Park pass (62+) then, the permit fee is $3. One senior pass is good for one discount, the senior passes are assigned to an individual, not couples. Once the permit is issued no other participants can be added to the issued permit. Permit fees will be refunded if you are cut from the list because of no available permits. Permit fees will NOT be refunded if the park service accepts your permit fee. Maximum participants will be limited to 20. National Parks Fee required to enter Arches.
Rim Village located at 3686 Spanish Valley Drive, Unit P4. N38 31.011' W109 29.089' 6pm TGIF - Take 191 South to MM 120, turn left, then turn left, then turn right onto Meador Drive, turn right into the drive way before the stop sign. Unit P4 is on your right. Bring something to share, a chair and BYOB. Host is Don Winsor (801-673-5866).
Saturday 9/24/2016 Rim Village located at 3686 Spanish Valley Drive, Unit P4. N38 31.011' W109 29.089' 8am Mount Tukuhnikivatz (The Place where the Sun Sets Last), is a semi-strenuous hike. The summit is 12,482 feet with great views of the LaSal Range, Canyonlands and Arches. The vertical gain is approximately 2,352 feet with a round trip distance of approximately 4.8 miles (average gain is 984 feet/mile). The expected hiking duration is six hours at a reasonable brisk pace. The hike involves some minor scrambling and very limited exposure.  We will carpool the 45 miles to the trail head. This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Expect cooler temperatures than Park City, light jackets and / or rain gear may be in order. Bring food, lunch, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Six Hiking Essential items. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Fisher Towers Trail 4 hours - 4.4 miles round trip - 670 elevation gain. The Fisher Towers are composed of Moenkopi and Cutler sandstones, and have eroded into many fantastical shapes. The Fisher Towers Trail explores the Fisher Towers, one of the Utah canyon country’s most bizarre landscapes. The area is a maze of soaring fins, pinnacles, minarets, gargoyles, spires, and strangely shaped rock formations east of Moab. The towers, soaring monuments to erosion, are composed of dark red Cutler sandstone topped by harder Moenkopi sandstone and draped with mud curtains. Climbers occasionally scale these mudstone towers (be cautious of hiking directly below a climber!).  Hike leader is Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233).
1861 North US 191 Moab, UT. North of the Colorado River bridge at the Old Mission Store. 6pm Dinner Pasta Jay's. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Sunday 9/25/16 Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Fiery Furnace Hike - The Fiery Furnace is a labyrinth of narrow sandstone canyons and fins. There are no marked trails and the area has suffered resource damage due to increased visitation Fiery Furnace Hike - traditional direction of the ranger led hike - National Park fee and permit required. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
BicycleMountain Bike Moderate Plus 8/2/16Silver Lake Lodge - DVTuesday, August 2nd – Mod+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley, lift served. Apres Bike - Hops on the Hill at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. Join me for the Scott Sports Twilight Ride Series from 4~7 PM. Human powered Mountain bike required. We will be riding the Deer Valley Lifts to ride their downhill trails. Meet at Silver Lake at Deer Valley at 3:30 PM. We will pick up our twilight passes at the Silver Lake ticket office, summer twilight passes are $17. If you have a Deer Valley ski pass you may have a summer day pass, summer twilight pass or passes available with your ski pass. Call Deer Valley to find out what your options are. I plan to ride the following trails: Tidal Wave (new last year – very fun!), Twist and Shout, Homeward Bound, Bermy, Road to Ruby, Flagstaff Loop and Naildriver to name a few. Once we are thirsty, hungry and tired we can attend the Hops on the Hill at the Stein Eriksen Lodge for food, beverage and music. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com.  
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 8/7Rail Trailhead - WanshipLeaders: Terry Polistina 954-294-8813 & Teresa Polistina 954-242-2373 We will ride a 45 mile ride, commencing at the rail trail parking lot in Wanship(see B ride). For tour and/or lunch at High West Distillery (see information below) A riders have the option of riding the 3.5 miles up to High West Distillery or driving up from the parking lot.  Meet at 8:15am for a 8:30am departure.  
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 8/16Basin RecLeader: Ben Koerselman 801-792-9173 This will be an 80 mile loop ride starting at 8:30 from Basin Rec in Kimball Junction. We will ride the frontage road and trail up to Parleys and then take I-80 for 5 miles down to the Mountain Dell/East Canyon exit. Then we will climb to the top of Big Mountain and continue on SR 65 all the way to Henefer where we turn to go back through Coalville, past Rockport, up Brown's Canyon and back to Basin Rec. This will be a good training ride for the NAC Summit Challenge with 4 good climbs and significant distance. We will stop in Coalville (about 2/3 of the way) for lunch if there is interest. If you do NOT want to ride I-80 then contact Teresa Polistina at polistin@bellsouth.net to car pool from Basin Rec to SR 65 Mountain Dell. You can join the group there.  
BicycleRoad Bike C Level 8/10Park City BagelLeader:  Annemarie Ferrari 801-466-1972 Cell 801 706-5117 Meet at P.C. bagel -Pine brook exit at 9:00am. We will ride on Rasmussen Rd. to Highland Dr. - up to the rd that goes to Home Dep. We will turn right and go to Ranch Rd. make a left almost to 224. We will turn on Split Rail trail to Cutter Lane toward 224. Go on 224 to Highland Dr.  under the freeway to Rasmussen back to the P.C. Bagels.    
BicycleRoad Bike B+ Level - 8/19Coalville CourthouseLeader: Robin Reade 860-989-1519 We will ride to the top of Hogback Summit just over the Morgan county line. The ride will start at 8:30 and leave from the Coalville Court House. Ride length approximately 40 miles. Terrain: between Coalville and Henefer, flat and easy rollers, from Henefer to Hogback Summit: 3 miles of gradual climbing followed by 5 more miles of more serious climbing (approx. 5-6 % grade). Elevation gain 1,000' over the 8 mile hill portion. This will be a great conditioning ride for the NAC ride, (the hill is NOT a killer). Lunch at Neena's for those interested.  
BicycleMountain Bike Mod + 8/5Old town transit center Friday, August 5th, 2016 MOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Ride. Let us check out the preservation work that is being done on the California Comstock Mill in Thaynes Canyon and visit the Thaynes Head House. Be prepared to stop and look around these historic structures. Here is how we get there. Meet at the Old Town Transit Center at 8:00 AM to catch the 8:35 AM Empire Pass (Purple). If you miss the bus you miss the ride. The buses are limited to take six bikes per trip to Empire, we may have to split up and meet at the top prior to riding. Get there early to put your bike in the six bike first come first serve staging area. Once off the bus we will ride Mid Mountain trail, Tommy Two Steps, Three Candles, Keystone, Powerline, Spiro and Silver Spur trails ending up at PCMR. If you have driven to the Transit Center you can ride your bike back or take a bus to your point of beginning. **We will ride approximately 13 miles with about 1200 feet of elevation gain. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of basic mountain bike riding skills. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, * *(801-673-5866* <801-673-5866>*), **wd40rider@gmail.com*  
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 8/10Kamas FoodtownLeader: Marvin Kabatznick 203-241-3762 Meet at Foodtown in Kamas (Park on the far west side near subway) for an 8:30AM sharp departure. We will ride to the famous Wolf Creek Pass. Elevation 9485. This is 45 miles round trip.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 8/10Kamas FoodtownLeader: Ira Braun 305-479-0737 Meet at Foodtown in Kamas at 7:45AM for an 8:00AM departure. We will ride the Kamas - Woodland loop. 24 miles.  
BicycleElectric Bike AdventurePedego Electric BikesBack by popular demand! If you missed it the last two years, come see what all the hubub is about because now’s your chance to give it a try. YOU MUST CALL 435.649.6663 TO RESERVE YOUR BIKE. Mention you’re from the Park City Mountain Sports Club. $50 for two hours and we’re going up Empire Pass. Why? Because we CAN!! Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com. Pedego Electric Bikes, 1890 Bonanza Drive, two stores down from Sammy’s Bistro; Don’t forget your helmet. 10:00 am http://www.pedegoelectricbikes.com/dealers/park-city    
BicycleRoad Bike C Level 8/19Coalville CourthouseLeader: Lori Tarmey 954-444-9723 Meet at Coalville Courthouse at 8:45 for a 9:00AM start. We will ride out past Henefer Park (for an extra 4 miles) and back along Echo Reservoir. This is a fairly flat ride of approximately 27 miles.  For those that do not wish to do the extra 4 miles, the 23 mile turn around point will be Henefer Park. Lunch Option:  Take out lunch from Neena’s (Mexican Market) and enjoy it next door at the Pocket Park
BicycleRoad Bike Group Riding Tips and Safety ClinicQuinn's JuctionIf you road bike with the club, this clinic is for you! As our road biking program continues to grow our rides are getting larger. You may or may not have ridden with a club before and there are a number of protocols when riding in a group that we would like to make sure our members are all familiar with. This is primary focused on our B and C level riders but A level riders are encouraged to attend as well. The clinic will focus on group riding etiquette, protocols, and safety techniques. It will not include pace line riding techniques. We will meet at Quinns Jct in the parking lot near the restrooms at 5:45 for a 6:00PM start. Bring your bike and be ready to ride. We will ride over to Richardson Flats road to the Olympic parking lot for hands on training. There is no charge for club members and no donations will be solicited. If you ride with the club or would like to ride with the club, please make every effort to attend. Our instructor will be Pat Casey, USAT, CSCS, USAC, TrainingPeaks Certified Coach. Pat began coaching cyclists in 2012. He brings years of experience being coached as a bike racer, and doing so at a high level of cycling. His primary goal with each athlete is to optimize training in a communicative and dynamic way, injury-free. He holds a USA Triathlon Level 1 and USA Cycling Level 3 Coach’s Certification as well as Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist from the NSCA.  Currently, Pat is a Category 1 Road rider for Canyon Bicycles-Shimano Amateur Elite Racing Team, and plan to race his third season on the National Racing Calendar circuit this coming year. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with his wife Heather, their 3 dogs and 1 cat, Sebastian. Questions can be directed to Bob Johnson at bob@njwest.com  
BicycleMountain Biking - AdvancedOld Town transit centerAdvanced Mountain Bike Ride. Destination  Spin Cycle - Meet at the Old Town Transit Center at 8:00 AM to catch the  8:35 AM Empire Pass (Purple). If you miss the bus you miss the ride. The buses  are limited to take six bikes per trip to Empire, we may have to split up  and meet at the top prior to riding. Get there early to put your bike in  the six bike first come first serve staging area. Do not miss your chance  to ride the twisty, curvy Spin Cycle, what a treat it is! In 2 miles  negotiate 50 plus switchbacks, drop about 1000 ft at an average of 5 degree slope and  a maximum of slope of 18 degrees. This ride has a very high fun factor. We  will ride Mid Mountain trail from Empire Lodge to Deer Crest trail, Outlook  trail, then Spin Cycle returning via a Deer Crest paved road to lower Deer  Valley and then to the Transit Center. Estimated mileage is 10 with an  elevation gain of less than 1000 ft. Human powered Mountain bike required.  This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have a working understanding of  advanced mountain bike riding skills. Knee and elbow pads  recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and  sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the  recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com
BicycleRoad Bike A-Level 8/24Kamas FoodtownLeader: Marvin Kabatznick 203-241-3762 Meet at the Foodtown in Kamas for a 9:00AM departure. We will ride up Weber Canyon and back for a 32 mile ride. Nice ride to loosen the legs in preparation for the NAC ride on Saturday.  
BicycleRoad Bike B LevelWasatch BagelsRide up Parley’s Summit We’ll head down Mcleod Trail (which runs parallel to 224) to the Millenium Trail (which runs parallel to I80), and bike all the way to Summit Park. Paved bike trails for the entire, hilly ride. You’ll be able to say you biked UP the Pass. 22ish miles, with options of turning around at any point (this is an out and back). Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time departure of 8:30. Ellen Sherk, 215.983.9224
BicycleRoad Bike C LevelWasatch BagelsRide up Parley’s Summit We’ll head down Mcleod Trail (which runs parallel to 224) to the Millenium Trail (which runs parallel to I80), and bike all the way to Summit Park. Paved bike trails for the entire, hilly ride. You’ll be able to say you biked UP the Pass. 22ish miles, with options of turning around at any point (this is an out and back). Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time departure of 8:30. Lisa Hunter, 770. 630.2233
BicycleRoad bike B+ Level - CANCELLED!CANCELLEDWe will do Chalk Creek Road up and back. 48 miles but you can turn around at any point Leader: Bob Gruss - 202-236-1743
BicycleRoad Bike B Level - Sept. 20Coalville Court HouseStarting in Coalville at Town hall and riding out to Croyden then loop through Henefer and back up Chalk Creek loop before returning to downtown Coalville.  Approximately 38 miles.
BicycleRoad Bike B-LevelHeber Skate Park 100 SLeader: Trish Domenichetti  251-406-9094 Approximately 30 miles with 1100ft elevation change.  
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 9/7Rotary Glen ParkWe will ride up and down Emigration Canyon, with lunch afterwards at Ruth's Diner!   This is a very popular SLC area bike ride, with a 1300 foot climb over 8 miles to the top of Little Mountain (16 miles round trip).   Meet at 9:15 for 9:30 start (to avoid rush hour) at Rotary Glen Park, at the foot of Emigration Canyon.   From Park City (35-40 minutes), head west on I-80 to Foothill Drive exit, and proceed about 2 1/2 miles to Sunnyside Ave.  Turn right (following signs for Hogle Zoo) and go about a mile to Rotary Glen Park, which is on the right, just past the Zoo and the intersection with Crestview Dr.    Please monitor calendar and club email for possible change to an earlier start if weather forecast calls for very hot temperatures.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 9/9Jeremy Ranch Park and RideMeet at Jeremy Ranch Park & Ride for an on time departure at 9:00 AM This will be a PC loop ride riding primarily on bike paths. Leader: Amanda Norton - cell: 703-229-9875
BicycleRoad Bike B+ Level 9/5Morgan City ParkMonday, Sept. 5 - B-B+ ride to Snowbasin (This ride was postponed due to wind on Friday.) Leader: Robin Reade 860-989-1519 Robin Reade will lead a B -- B+ ride from Morgan's Riverside Park to Snowbasin and back. Arrive early for an on time 9:00 AM departure. Ride is 42 miles with 2,600 elevation gain. Start of ride is rolling. 5 mile hill starts at approx. mile 12, with additional 3 miles of rolling hills to Snowbasin base area. Return terrain after the descent is minimally rolling, almost flat. Questions: Robin Reade 860-989-1519. Moose sightings possible. Travel time from Park City approx. 45 min. From Park City: Take I 80 east. Get on I 84, (follow detour signs to I 84), to Morgan, exit # 103. At end of exit ramp turn LEFT onto Rt. 66 (N. State St.) Proceed approx. 1/2 mile then LEFT onto North 250. Go straight to first stop sign then RIGHT onto East 125. Turn Right immediately into Riverside Park. Park in rear of parking lot near brick building with restrooms.  
BicycleRoad Bike All LevelsCoalvilleCystic Fibrosis ride with Team Benz. Contact Caprice Benz for more information.
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 9/10Oakley town hallRide up Weber River Canyon then ride thru Peoa for total 37 miles.
BicycleMOD+ Mountain Bike RidePetco Parking Lot
We’ll ride in Glenwild, heading up Stealth and coming down Dropout (berms and obstacles – lots of fun). This is a Moderate Plus due to many rocky sections. 7 miles, 900 vertical feet. No dogs. Meet at Petco for an on-time departure of 9:00. Limited parking, so let’s try to carpool. Ellen Sherk, 215.983.9224, ellensherk@gmail.com
BicycleRoad Bike A Level 9/8Quinn's Jct.Park City Neighborhood ride. We will meet at Quinn's Jct near the bathrooms at 9:00 and ride into town and start climbing up the Arie hill and then down through April Mountain to Deer Valley Dr. After circling around past Snow Park Lodge we will climb up Royal Street to Silver Lake and return via the same route and then ride up Main Street. We will descend from the top of Main Street on Marsac Alley and then go down Park Ave toward PCMR where we will circle through the Thaynes Canyon, Bear Hollow and Park Meadows neighborhoods and then return to Quinn's. Approximately 27 miles.
BicycleAdvanced Mountain Bike Riding at Deer ValleySilver Lake, Deer ValleyAdvanced Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley Lift served. Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet at Silver Lake at Deer Valley at 10:00 AM. We will pick up our day passes at the Silver Lake ticket office, summer twilight passes are $42. If you have a Deer Valley ski pass you may have a summer day pass with your ski pass. Call Deer Valley to find out what your options are. I plan to ride the   following trails: Tidal Wave, Twist and Shout, Homeward Bound and Naildriver to name a few. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, 801-673-5866,   wd40rider@gmail.com 
BicycleRoad Bike B minus LevelMidway City ParkFor those of you  “C” riders who are ready to try a ride a little quicker or those finding that the B pace has gotten a bit fast we will lead a B- level pace (12-14 mph, approx) on the Midway/Heber route.  No one will be dropped.  Meet at Midway City Park for 9:30am start.  Approximately 30mi and 1500 ft of elevation. Caryn Harkins and Ann Deutschlander 978-314-0021
BicycleRoad Bike C Level 9/5Morgan City ParkMonday, Sept. 5 - C-level ride (This ride was postponed from Friday due to wind.) Leader: Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233 Meet at Morgan City Park. Directions from Park City: I 80 east to I 84 (follow 84 detour signs) to exit #103. At end of exit ramp turn LEFT onto Rt. 66, (N. State St). Proceed 1/2 mile then turn LEFT onto North 250, proceed to the first stop sign then turn Right onto East 125. Riverside Park is immediately on the Right. Park in back of parking lot near the brick building with restrooms. We will ride on the "Morgan Loop". Ride length is approx. 24 miles with rolling terrain for the first half of the ride and minimally rolling for the second half. Ride passes through beautiful farm land and mostly quiet roads. Arrive early for an on time 9:15 start    
BicycleBike Maintenance ClinicSlim & Knobby - HeberIf you would like to learn more about how to maintain your bike, you are invited to a bike maintenance clinic at Slim & Knobby on Main St. in Heber. 6:00PM. This is open to both road bikes and mountain bikes. Their staff will accommodate any bike questions you may have. This will be a hands on workshop. Contact Barbara Alexander for more information 801-368-8008
BicycleModerate Mountain Bike RidePark City Ice Arena and Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table areaModerate Mountain Bike Ride at Round Valley Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet at Park City Ice Arena and Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table area for an on-time departure of 9:00 AM. The ride will be hilly loops through Round Valley, we will ride approximately 8 to 10 miles climbing close to 1000 vertical feet. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com.
BicycleA-LEVEL RIDE - ALPINE LOOPVIVIAN PARK

Wednesday, Sept, 14 - A-level Road Bike ride - Alpine Loop 

Meet at Vivian Park  at 10:00.

We will ride along the Provo River Parkway (paved trail) and ride up to the Murdock Trail, (a paved trail with lots of road crossings).  We will diverge to the Highland Trail and proceed to the Alpine Loop, Rt. 92.  The scenic ride up will be about 12 miles and 3400 feet of climbing followed by a descent through Aspen Grove, past Sundance to 189 and a short ride on the shoulder of 189 back to Vivian.

From the Park City area Vivian Park is on the left hand side of SR 189, after you pass SR 92 going up to Sundance.

A lunch stop at Sundance is optional.   

Leader - Dave Kennamer (435) 654-3117

BicycleMOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley, lift servedSilver Lake, Deer ValleyMOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley, lift served.  Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet at Silver Lake at Deer Valley at 10:00 AM. We will pick up our day passes at the Silver Lake ticket office, summer twilight passes are $42. If you have a Deer Valley ski pass you may have a summer day pass with your ski pass. Call Deer Valley to find out what your options are. Some of the trails we may ride are: Holy Roller (Green Trail), Tidal Wave (Blue Trail), Twist and Shout, Homeward Bound and Naildriver to name a few. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreenPlease make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor, (801-673-5866), wd40rider@gmail.com.
BicycleMOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike RideSilver Lake Lodge, Deer ValleyMOD+ (Moderate Plus) Mountain Bike Riding from Deer Valley to Park City on the Mid-Mountain Trail. Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet behind the Silver Lake Lodge at Deer Valley at 9:30 AM. NO lift ticket is required. You can park for free in front of the Silver Lake Lodge. We will ride the Mid-Mountain Trail from Silver Lake over to the Park City Mountain Resort. We will take John’s Trail down through the Aspen Trees and connect to the Sweeney switchback Trail. John’s and Sweeneys are single track, downhill trail through the Aspen Trees. The Trees should be turning gold, orange, yellow, and green. The trail ends at Park City and we will take the bus back up to Silver Lake. Mileage is 8.9 miles and elevation gain is 900 feet. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Tim Lanz 214.244.2760 timlanz@yahoo.com
BicycleModerate (MOD) Mountain Bike Ride on the Bobsled Trail at Olympic ParkOlympic Park We’ll ride the Bobsled Trail above the track at Utah Olympic Park. 6 miles; 1,200 feet of vertical; many, many switchbacks on the way up and down. Meet at the parking lot by the refrigeration building for an on-time departure of 10:00 am. The parking area is located just down the hill from the Utah Olympic Park buildings. Head toward the ski jumps on Olympic Parkway, go past the pool and UOP buildings, and then continue down the hill, there is a parking lot just before the gate; Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
BicycleModerate Plus (MOD+) Mountain Bike Riding at Deer Valley, lift servedSilver Lake at Deer ValleyMeet at Silver Lake at Deer Valley at 10:00 AM. We will pick up our day passes at the Silver Lake ticket office, summer day passes are $42. If you have a Deer Valley ski pass you may have a summer day pass with your ski pass. Call Deer Valley to find out what your options are. Some of the trails we may ride are: Holy Roller (Green Trail), Tidal Wave (Blue Trail), Twist and Shout, Homeward Bound and Naildriver to name a few. Human powered Mountain bike required. This is NOT for brand new riders, you must have good mountain bike riding skills and endurance. Knee and elbow pads recommended. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreenPlease make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader Don Winsor; 801-673-5866wd40rider@gmail.com
BicycleRoad Bike B Level 9/26LDS Church - WoodlandsBill and Caprice Benz will lead a B to B+ ride on Monday, September 26th starting at 9:00AM. Meet at the LDS church in Woodland and we will bike up to the Japanese Memorial Monument that is just past Mill Hollow towards Wolf Creek Pass and back. Approximately 25 miles. Spectacular views of Fall colors.
BicycleRoad Bike B+ LevelQuinn's JctLeader: Dave  Kennamer (435) 654-3117 Meet at Quinn’s near the restrooms.  We will take 248 to Brown’s Canyon Rd., to 32 where will continue past the reservoir to Wanship.  From Wanship we will take Hoytesville Rd.  about 5 miles to the LDS Church and cross over 80 to West Hoytesville Rd. and returning.   Approx.  50 miles and 2,000 feet of climbing.  
BicycleMoab Trip 05/05/2017-05/13/2017 Moab, UtahMore details to follow – Click to see a schedule of events. This will be an RSVP event to get an idea of who  will attend and when I will expect to see your smiling face(s) . Please RSVP - to to this link ...... then click on "Sign Up" then "Submit and Sign Up" and enter your information to RSVP. Participants must provide their own transportation and lodging. Make your lodging reservations as soon as possible. Moab is about 5 hours from Park City. Don Winsor for additional information; wd40rider@gmail.com; 801-673-5866).

Location Moab, Utah

Leader Don Winsor
BicycleModerate Mountain Bike RideFirst Time lift parking lotTuesday afternoon is supposed to be in the 60s. How about one more ride above town before the weather changes? Meet at the Park City Mountain Resort lower parking lot in front of the “First Time” lift at 1:45 pm. We will take the taxi ride up to Silver Lake Lodge and climb Mid-Mountain trail over to the PCMR, go past the Bonanza Lift on Mid-Mountain and take Spiro back to the PCMR parking lot. Part of the ride will be in the shade, so bring glasses that allow clarity going through the trees. Bring a wind breaker since part of the ride will be downhill. Estimated time is 2 hours to 2.5 hours. Send Tim an email and let him know you are coming. timlanz@yahoo.com 214.244.2760
BicycleModerate Plus (MOD+) Mountain Bike RidePark City Ice Arena and Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table areaWednesday, November 16th – Moderate Plus (MOD+) Mountain Bike Ride – Princess Di. The ride will include - Princess Di (narrow single track), Three Mile Canyon (3 miles of paved road through Promontory) and the Rail Trail (3 miles of gravel)Human powered Mountain bike required. Meet at Park City Ice Arena and Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table area for an on-time departure of 10:00 AM. We will car pool to the trailhead. The ride will be approximately 15 miles with climbing close to 1700 vertical feet. Expect to be out about 4 to 5 hours. Plan on lunch at the top while enjoying the views of Rock Port Reservoir, our ski areas and more. Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Leader(s): Ellen Sherk, ellensherk@gmail.com, 215-983-9224 Don Winsor, wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866
BicycleModerate Mountain Bike RideQuinn's JunctionSki season has not started yet. There is still time to ride your mountain bike. Temperatures will be in the 50s. Sunday 20-Nov at 1:30 pm we can ride the Round Valley Trails at Quinn’s Junction. Meet at the restrooms and be ready to ride by 1:30 pm We will do Rambler, Matts Flats, Somewhere Else, No Where Else, Barrel Roll, Etc. Tim Lanz; timlanz@yahoo.com214.244.2760
BicycleNew Year's Day mountain bike ride in the snow! Empire PassTransit CenterNew Year’s Day Moderate Plus (MOD+) Mountain Bike ride in the snow! – Empire Pass Approximately 2.6 miles round trip with 674 feet of elevation gain. This is a steep out and back ride on Empire Pass Road to Empire Pass. Be prepared for road and weather conditions of the day. Now is your chance to be creative and doctor your mountain bike tires for additional traction. Enjoy the views of Park City and Heber valley at the pass once at the pass.  Meet at Park City Bus Transit Center at 11:30 AM January 1st to ride the 11:50 AM Empire Bus to the start of our ride. We will return to the Transit Center either by bus or coasting down Empire Pass Road.   Bring calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, bike tube, tire levers, pump and sunscreen. Please make sure that your tires are pumped up to the recommended tire pressure. Human powered Mountain bike required.  Don Winsor (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866)  
BicycleLake Tahoe Road Bike tripState Line Lake TahoeRoad Bike Ride around Lake Tahoe - Sunday June 4th While many of us are going to do the road bike event on Sunday, there are many other activities that you can do in addition to OR instead of the bike event.  Sue Johnson will be putting together activities to do while at Lake Tahoe.    The Lake Tahoe bike event around the lake does have some hills and is 72 miles.  There are a number of people who have already reached out to Sue, that want to do their own bike ride about 25 miles.  So if you are interested, please let Sue know.   Road Bike Event at Lake Tahoe (State Line) - Sunday, June 4, 2017.  The registration for the bike event is at:  https://www.bikethewest.com/ambbr-reg.  While you can register to start your ride anytime between 6:00am - 7:30am, many of us have chosen the 7:00am - 7:15am start time.  We all plan on wearing out PCMSC bike jerseys.  (If you do not have one, not to worry, any jersey will be fine.) Many people made overnight reservations around the State Line area (which is the south-east part of the lake), because this is the beginning and the end of the Sunday bike event. If you plan on going, please let Sue know.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Sue Johnson at sue@njwest.com  or (908) 310-6617.  
BridgeBridge - Funcall Karen Alson at 435-783-5299To play bridge with our groups, priority on who gets to play is given to persons who sign up first. To sign up, you must first call the group bridge coordinator, (Karen.) This “fun” bridge group is for less-serious bridge players. You don’t have to be a great bridge player to play fun bridge. This group is very tolerant, but it is not for beginners. Everyone must know how to play bridge to join this group. If you sign up but need to cancel, be sure you find a replacement. If you have any questions or you want to be signed up for a future fun bridge night call Karen Alston at 435-783-5299.
GolfDisc Golf - IntroductionTreasure Mtn schoolDisc Golf Introduction. Now, this is your chance to find out what this is all about. If you can throw a Frisbee, you can throw a disc golf disc. Look at the advantages of Disc Golf: No green fees, walk on tee times, fewer lost discs compared to golf balls (size does matter), and startup cost is much less. We will practice four throwing methods: forehand, backhand, underhand and the overhand (tomahawk) throws. We will meet at 6 PM on the North 40 Playing Fields. Located directly behind Park City's Treasure Mountain Middle school. The same place that the Autumn Aloft (Hot Air Balloons) was this last fall. I suggest you bring: Sunscreen, head gear (hat), sunglasses, water and your throwing arm or two. I will have several discs to try from my disc golf quiver. Contact Don Winsor,801-673-5866, wd40rider@gmail.com  
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GolfDisc Golf at CanyonsRed Pine GondolaWednesday, August 3rd – Disc Golf at Canyons – hike the course. Let’s play an 18 hole disc golf course or just come along for the hike. If you can throw a Frisbee, you can throw a disc golf disc. Look at the advantages of Disc Golf: No green fees, walk on tee times, fewer lost discs compared to golf balls (size does matter), and startup cost is much less. Practice four throwing methods: forehand, backhand, underhand and the overhand (tomahawk) throws. Even if you just want to walk with us you are welcome to do so. The course is a scenic mountain course. You can always help us find a disc that we have thrown. Bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the Red Pine Gondola for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the bottom of the Red Pine Gondola for an on-time departure of 10:30. I suggest you bring: Sunscreen, head gear (hat), sunglasses, water and your throwing arm or two. Discs can be purchased at Wal-Mart, they have a three pack for about $20. The sports store at Canyons base has individual discs for about $20 each. Contact Don Winsor, 801-673-5866, wd40rider@gmail.com  
GolfDisc GolfCanyons gondolaMonday, August 22nd – Disc Golf at Canyons – hike the course. Let’s play the 18 hole disc golf course or just come along for the hike. If you can throw a Frisbee, you can throw a disc golf disc. Look at the advantages of Disc Golf: No green fees, walk on tee times, fewer lost discs compared to golf balls (size does matter), and startup cost is much less. Practice four throwing methods: forehand, backhand, underhand and the overhand (tomahawk) throws. Even if you just want to walk with us you are welcome to do so. The course is a scenic mountain course. You can always help us find a disc that we have thrown. Bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the Red Pine Gondola for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the bottom of the Red Pine Gondola for an on-time departure of 10:30. I suggest you bring: Sunscreen, head gear (hat), sunglasses, water and your throwing arm or two. Discs can be purchased at Wal-Mart, they have a three pack for about $10. The sports store at Canyons base has individual discs for about $20 each. Contact Don Winsor, 801-673-5866, wd40rider@gmail.com
HikeMoab TripMoab, UTDon Winsor is planning an 8 day Moab adventure that will include hiking, including some special hikes, mountain biking, and road biking from May 13-22. Come for all 8 days or for just a few. Click here for a detailed schedule of events: Moab-Week-V5.pdf Contact Don at: wd40rider@gmail.com or 801-673-5866  
HikeSEMI STRENUOUS TO STRENUOUS HIKEANTELOPE ISLAND

Sunday, April 25 - semi-strenuous to strenuous hike on Antelope Island

Meet at Park City Bagels at 8:00 AM

This will be an out and back hike on the Frary Peak trail which is about 3.5 miles from the trail head to the top of the peak with an elevation gain of about 2100 feet.  The first 3 miles is a well maintained trail with swithbacks and is a semi-strenuous hike due to the elevation gain.  The last .5 mile up to the summit is a more challenging, strenuous section that is optional.  However, they have recently cut a new trail to the summit that is much nicer (easier) than the old trail, but still has some exposure.  The hike will take about 4 to 4.5 hours and we will hike at a pace of 2 to 2.5 mph.  Since this is an early season hike, we will stop and regroup every 30 minutes or so.  Dogs are not allowed.

The views of the island and the Salt Lake are spectacular, so bring a snack or lunch to enjoy while looking at the scenery.  There is a grill on the island that serves great buffalo burgers, but we will not know if it is open until a few days before the hike, so check on line to see if it is open.

Meet at Park City Bagels at 8:00 AM to travel to the trailhead, which will take about an hour and a quarter or meet at the trailhead at 9:30.  There is one portable toilet at the trailhead,  so you may want to use the bathroom facilities at the visitors center before going to the trailhead.  Be sure to bring your state park pass.

Leader: Chuck Mollard - cell: 917-881-9022

HikeSEMI-MODERATE HIKE FROM DEER VALLEYPark City Transit Center

SAT, JUNE 25 – EIGHTH ANNUAL HIKE FROM DEER VALLEY TO PARK CITY

Meet by 9:45am at the Park City Transit Center just off Swede Alley.  The first bus to Silver Lake leaves promptly at 10am and only runs every 30 min.  Park in the free parking lot at China Bridge garage a short distance uphill from the transit center.  If you miss the bus, drive to Silver Lake and wait for us by the Silver Lake Lodge.  We will hike up the Mid-Mountain Trail from Deer Valley over to Park City around 5 miles.  Bring a ski trail map so you can try to name the trails we cross and you will be amazed at how different they look in the summer.  It is a semi-moderate hike up & down and in & out of shade and will take about 3 hours.  The elevation gain is less than 500 feet and our hiking pace will be around 1.5 mph.  We will enjoy the flowers and will allow people to take pictures because this is not a hike race.  This is a smell the flowers hike to enjoy.  You look down on Deer Valley at various points and down on Park City.  It is an absolutely beautiful hike and my favorite.  Bring plenty of water and a snack but, sorry, no dogs allowed on the bus or Town Lift.  We will ride the Town Lift down to Main Street and we can have lunch together at Collies.  There is no charge to ride the lift down and be sure to have your camera handy BEFORE getting on the chair.  The views of Old Town are spectacular from the chair and you cannot see them any other way.

Ed Tarmey: (954) 675-4177

Lori Tarmey: (954) 444-9723

HikeLEISURILY HIKE ON MAINPC MUSEUM

May 11 - Leisurely Hike on Main Street

Steve Leonard will lead a leisure walk through historic Main Street with a docent from the Park City museum.

The walk will focus on the buildings and history of the mining era at the turn of the century. Where we now see shops and restaurants was something completely different 100 years ago. Come explore with us.

We will meet at 10 am sharp at the museum where our guide will meet us.

Afterwords, we will be going to the Blue Iguana for lunch.

Cost for the museum tour of town is $5 and lunch entree run about $12, but I've heard that some meals are large enough to share.

We will however, need a count of how many people are planning on coming for the museum and the Blue Iguana. 

Please rsvp Steve Leonard  at leonarsc@gmail.com if you'd like to join us. 

Park at China bridge parking garage on Swede Alley, and take the short walk over to the museum at 528 Main Street.

Leader: Steve Leonard - cell: 801-699-6732

HikeMODERATE HIKE ABOVE CITY CREEKPARK CITY BAGLES

Sunday, May 8 - Moderate Hike

Diane and Paul Schnarr will lead a moderate hike near the Bonneville Trail above City Creek.  The trail is steep for the first 15 minutes then becomes more gentle.  Distance is 4 miles, elevation change is approximately 1,000 feet, duration approximately 2 1/2 hours at a average pace of about 2 mph.  The slopes should be covered in wildflowers as we overlook Salt Lake City.  Bring a snack and hiking essentials. Dogs welcome.

Some will be going to lunch afterwards at McCools so carpool accordingly.

Meet at Park City Bagels (in Quarry Village) at 9:15, or Walmart at 2705 E. Parleys Way, SLC at 9:40, or the trailhead at 10:00.  Trailhead parking is at the intersection of Bonneville Blvd. and City Creek Canyon Rd.  

Diane's cell: 801-502-8202

HikeMODERATE HIKE AT GLENWILDPARK CITY BAGLES

Saturday May 14th - Moderate Hike

Jay Frankenfield and Marion Klaus will lead a moderate hike at Glenwild. The pace through beautiful Glenwild will be moderate at about 2 mph and the hike is approximately 4.5 miles, with an 800' elevation change and a duration of about 2 1/2 hours.

There are sweeping vistas across Swaner Nature Preserve to all the local Park City ski areas.

Meet at Park City Bagels at Quarry Village at 10:00 AM.  Bring a snack and the hiking essentials.  Dogs are welcome.

Questions contact Jay at:  435-901-2744 or Marion at:  801-440-4385.

HikeMODERATE HIKE - RED BUTTE PEAKPARK CITY BAGLES

Thursday, May 26th - Moderate Hike (rescheduled from Sunday, May 22nd)

Bub Carlson and Sheri Thomas will lead two moderate paced hikes up to the Living Room overlooking the U of Utah. For those who want to go further, Sheri will continue up to the top of Red Butte Peak.  

The shorter Living Room hike distance is approximately 4 miles, 1,500’ vertical, at a pace of about 2 mph and duration of 2 hrs.

The longer Red Butte Peak hike distance is approximately 5 miles, 2,200' vertical, and take 3hrs, and the pace will be slightly faster. The Red Butte Peak extension is quite steep and involves some scrambling over boulders and requires good footwear.

Meet at Park City Bagels at Quarry Village at 9:30 AM or at the trailhead immediately north of the Huntsman Cancer Research Center on Colorow Dr. at 10:00 AM.  Bring a snack to eat at the top.  Dogs welcome.

Brunch for those interested. Groups will leave for brunch immediately after each group completes their respective hikes.

Questions:  Bub's cell:  435-729-0408, Sheri's cell:  435-640-9535.

HikeSEMI-MODERATE HIKE COBBLESTONE LOOPPETCO IN KIMBALL JUNCTION

Saturday, May 28th - Semi-Moderate hike

Anke Meek and Robin Reade will lead a semi-moderate hike on the Cobblestone Loop trail.  Cobblestone Loop winds through part of Glenwild and is approximately 4 miles in length, 500' -- 600'vertical and will take about 2 1/2 hours at a pace of about 1.5 mph.

Meet at the Petco parking lot in Kimball Junction at 9:00 AM to carpool to the trailhead due to very limited parking.  NOTE EARLY START TIME!  Dogs welcome.  Bring a snack and hiking essentials.

Questions: Anke's cell 435-901-1084,  Robin's cell: 860-989-1519.

HikeMODERATE HIKE - DUTCH HOLLOWQuinn's Junction

May 13 Moderate 7-mile Hike at Dutch Hollow

Back by popular demand! We’ll have spectacular mountain views as we hike through parts of Dutch Hollow in Midway. This is a State Park, so each car will need to display a State Park pass, or pay a $7 fee. Bring a lunch for the top. Dogs are welcome. 7 miles at an average pace of 2.0 mph, 1,100 feet of vertical, 3.5-4 hours (NOT including the drive).

Meet at Park City Sports Complex in Quinn’s Junction at the restroom building/picnic table area for a prompt 9:00 departure (this building is just past the dog park).

Leader: Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com

HikeSEMI-MODERATE HIKE - FLYING DOG TRAILPARK CITY BAGLES

Meet at Park City Bagel in Pinebrook at 9:00 AM

This will be a semi-moderate up and back hike on Flying Dog Trail above Jeremy Ranch to the beaver pond.  The hike will be about 5 miles, have a 930 ft vertical and take about 2 hours at a pace of about 1.5 mph.  Dogs invited.  Bring a snack.

Leader: Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140

HikeIndependence Weekend Hikes and Bike RidesBrooke's home

Rob & Jeri Brooke are hosting a picnic lunch and will provide brats so they request your send a RSVP to jbrooke@tribalexpressions.com

This potluck lunch will be at the Brooke’s home at the conclusion of the planned activities, which includes a moderate hike, an easy hike, a Mountain bike ride and a B level road bike ride.  The Brooke’s home is located in Jeremy Ranch at 9036 Sackett Drive.  The hosts request you bring a lawn chair and appetizers, salads, sides or desserts to share and BYOB. All activities will start at the Brooke's house at 9:00 so plan on arriving early and leaving you food at the house. Please bring serving utensils for your dish and also items that need to be kept cold in a cooler.

Semi-Strenuous hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 3 to 3 1/2 hours at a pace of about 2.5 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Jeri Brooke – cell: 847-525-5433

Moderate hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 4 hours at a pace of about 2 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Sheri Thomas – cell: 435-640-9535

Easy hike up Flying Dog  This will be a easy, slower paced hike up about 1/3 of the Flying Dog Trail above Jeremy Ranch.  This hike will be about 3 miles, have an 400 ft vertical and take about 3-4 hours at a pace of less than 1.5 mph.  Dogs invited.            Leader: Sue Johnson – cell: 908-310-6617

Mountain bike ride  This will be a Mountain Bike ride from Brooke’s house headed south on the 24-7 trail, linking to Stealth, Glenwild Loop, Cobblestone, and back down Flying Dog.                                                                                                                                   Leader: Rob Brooke – cell: 224-639-3293

Road Bike B level ride  From Rob & Jeri Brooke’s house, we will head down the hill to bike path along Rasmussen Road.  Through the tunnel to Highland Drive and go up Trail side to the Frontage Road past Home Depot.  Follow RT 248 back to Monitor and through Park Meadow to Old Ranch Rd. and back the way we came finishing at the Brooke’s.  Total mileage will be 30 miles with a climb at the end.  This will be at a B level pace.           Leader: Bob Johnson – cell: 908-310-3824

HikeNew self-assessment Know Your Pace hike up PC HillPC Hill
The Club has developed a self-assessment hike that will assist members in determining if they are ready for strenuous hikes, moderate hikes or semi-moderate hikes.
In order to get this program off to a good start, Ellen Sherk will lead a hike up PC Hill on Thursday evening, leaving promptly at 6 pm. Details on this program, including directions to the trailhead, can be found at hiking-know-your-pace  Also, go to hiking-participants-guide-2016 to read the recently developed “Hiking Participants Guide.”

PCMSC urges all members, (especially new members or people who have just arrived from sea level), to participate in this “Know Your Pace” hike. It’s important that you get into a hiking group that is comfortable for you and your fellow hikers.
HikeMODERATE HIKE - GREAT WESTERN TRAILWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Wed, July 6,

Judy Peterman will lead a moderate hike along the Great Western trail from Guardsman Pass to Scotts Peak. The hike will be about 5 miles, have a 1000 ft vertical, and take 3 hours at a pace of about 2 mph.

Since the hike is along the Wasatch Crest the views are stunning. Dogs are not permitted in the Salt Lake watershed. Bring a snack or lunch.

Meet for an on-time departure at 9:00 AM at Wasatch Bagels or at 9:20 at the Guardsman Pass trailhead.

Judy's number is 503-730-5971.

HikeMODERATE HIKE - BRIGHTON BASINWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sat, July 9,

Diane and Paul Schnarr will lead two moderate wildflower hikes up Brighton Basin to Catherine’s Lake, or for those who prefer, a little higher up to Catherine’s Pass.

The hike will be about 5 mi, have a 1500 ft vertical, and take 3 hrs. For those who continue up to Catherine Pass it will be an additional 250 ft and the pace will be around 2 - 2.5 mph.  The group stopping at Catherine Lake will hike at a slower pace.  

Dogs are not permitted in Cottonwood Canyons. Bring a lunch.

Meet for an on-time departure at 9 am at Wasatch Bagels (off Kearns) or at the trailhead at the base of Brighton at 9:45.

Diane and Paul’s number is 801-943-9056 (h) or 801-502-8202 9 (c). 

HikeSEMI-STRENUOUS HIKE - MT WIREPARK CITY BAGLES

 

Sunday, May 19, 2016 - Mt. Wire, a conditioning hike

Meet informally at 9:30 a.m. at Park City Bagels to carpool to the trailhead where the leader will meet you for a 10 a.m. departure. The trailhead is the same one used for the “living room” hike, and is located behind the Pharmacy Research Center, 383 Colorow Dr, Salt Lake City (part of the University campus).

The pace should be 2.2 m.p.h. since this is a conditioning hike for later strenuous hikes. The pace will be brisk with fewer rest stops than moderate hikes. The hike is about 4.7 miles with 2,050 vertical feet gain. The duration should be about two and one-half hours with a snack at the top.  Dogs are welcome. Bring adequate food, fluids and the remainder of the four essentials. There are no unusual conditions. Sorry for the late notice, but the weather appears to be pleasant.

Call the leader David Anderson (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org) with questions.

HikeMODERATE HIKE - THE DIVIDE LAKESWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Wednesday, July 13

Jon Scarlet will lead a moderate loop hike to the Three Divide Lakes in the Uintas. This spectacular route will pass more than 15 lakes. The hike will be about 6 mi, have a 800 ft vertical, involve some bushwhacking, and will take 4 hrs at a pace of about 2 mph. Dogs invited.

Bring a lunch, raingear, and mosquito repellant (or a friend who attracts mosquitoes).

We need to leave early to avoid late afternoon showers in the Uintas, so meet for an on-time departure at 8:30 at Wasatch Bagels. Take the Mirror Lake highway from Kamas, then turn left at the Crystal Lake turnoff about 1/4 mile past mile marker 25.  Continue driving and take the the Crystal Lake TRAILHEAD road. 

Jon’s number is 508-450-1647

HikeMODERATE HIKE - TWIN LAKES TRAIL 7/31WASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sunday, July 31

Mary Laudon will lead a moderate hike up the Twin Lakes Trail at Brighton from Silver Lake, past Twin Lakes,  to Twin Lakes Pass between Brighton and Alta. The hike will be about 5 mi, have a 1000 ft vertical, and take 3 hrs at a pace of about 2 mph.

The views are outstanding.  Dogs are not allowed in Cottonwood Canyons. Bring a lunch or a snack.

Meet for an on-time departure at 9:00 at Wasatch Bagels off Kearns or at the Silver Lake trailhead at 9:30. 

Mary’s number is 314-780-2348

HikeMODERATE HIKE - LOFTY LAKESWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Wednesday, July 20

Howard Kantor will lead a moderate loop hike on the Lofty Lakes loop in the Uintas. This picturesque route will pass 10 alpine lakes. The hike will be about 5 mi, have a 1000 ft vertical, and take 3 hrs at a pace of about 2 mph.

Dogs invited. Bring a lunch, raingear, and mosquito repellant.

We need to leave early to avoid late afternoon showers in the Uintas, so meet at 8:30 at Wasatch Bagels. The trail begins at the Pass Lake trailhead 32 mi east of Kamas, on the left side after you pass both Mirror Lake and Pass Lake.

Howard’s number is 200-8141 (h) and 413-695-0277 (c). 

HikeMODERATE HIKE - JUPITER PEAKWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Saturday, July 23

Jiang Ma will lead a moderate hike from Empire Pass (aka Little Guardsman Pass) to the top of Jupiter Peak (above Puma and Jupiter Bowls at PCM). The hike will be about 5 mi, have a 1300 ft vertical, and take 3 hrs at a pace of about 2 mph.

The views along the ridge and at the top are great.

Dogs welcome. Bring a snack or lunch.

Meet for an on-time departure at 9:00 at Wasatch Bagels, or 9:30 at Empire Pass.

Jiang’s number is 801-915-0487. 

HikeMODERATE & SEMI-MODERATE HIKE - ALBION BASINPARK CITY BAGLES

Wednesday, July 27

Sheree Anshel and Jean Ballinger will lead two hikes through Albion Basin.  Jean’s will be an semi-moderate wildflower hike up Albion Basin to Catherine’s Pass overlooking the Brighton Lakes. The hike will be about 2 mi, have an 800 ft vertical, and take 1 ½ hrs. For those who wish a moderate hike, Sheree will lead a hike to the top of Sunset Peak; it is an additional 1 mi, 650 ft, and 45 min.  There is some exposure from cliffs on the route to the top. 

No dogs allowed in Cottonwood Canyons. Bring a snack or lunch. 

Meet for an on-time departure at 7:30 am at Park City Bagels/Pinebrook or at the Catherine Pass trailhead in Albion Basin at 8:15 (please note time change because parking is quite limited).

Sheree’s number is 214-914-9140 and Jean’s is 317-696-2120.

HikeMODERATE HIKE - HEBER OVERLOOK 7/17WASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sunday, July 17

Jay Frankenfield will lead a moderate hike from Empire Pass/Little Guardsman Pass along a ridge to the south to the Heber overlook and back.  The trail has scenic views of the Wasatch and Timpanogas. The hike will be about 5 mi, have a 1000 ft vertical, and take 2 1/2 hrs at a pace of about 2 mph.

Dogs welcome. Bring a snack. 

Meet at Wasatch Bagels off Kearns at 9:00 to car pool or at 9:30 at Empire Pass.

Jay’s number is 435-901-2744.  

HikeOLYMPIC PARK TRAIL – MODERATE HIKEPetco Parking LotSheree Anshel will lead a moderate hike at the Olympic Sports Park.  Hiking time is 3.5 hours and the length of the trail is about 5 miles with a 1,000 foot elevation gain.  There is a mix of sun and shade on the way up, and nice views of the mountains and the sports park.  Bring a snack to eat, and don’t forget the six hiking essentials. Dogs are welcome. Meet at Petco at 9:00. Parking is limited so will need to carpool. Contact Sheree with any questions: 214-914-9140
HikeGreat Western Trail â�� Moderate HikeWasatch Bagels or Guardsman Pass trailheadSheree Anshel will lead a moderate hike along the Great Western trail from Guardsman Pass to Scotts Peak. The hike will be about 5 miles, have a 1200 ft vertical, and take 3 hours at a pace of about 2 mph. Remember the hiking essentials. Dogs are not permitted in the Salt Lake watershed. Since the hike is along the Wasatch Crest the views are stunning. Bring a snack or lunch. Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time departure at 9:00 AM or at 9:20 at the Guardsman Pass trailhead. Contact Sheree on 214-914-9140 for questions.
HikeSPRING TRAIL in Pinebrook – MODERATE HIKEPC Bagels in PinebrookSheree Anshel will lead a moderate hike along the Spring Trail in Pinebrook on June 6.  The hike will be about 4 miles with an 1100 ft. elevation and take 2- 2.5 hours. There is a mix of sun and shade on the way up.  Please bring a snack. Dogs are welcome. Remember the hiking essentials. Meet at PC Bagels in Pinebrook for an on time departure of 9:00.  Parking is limited at the trail head so we will carpool. Contact Sheree on 214-914-9140 for questions.
HikeModerate Hike - Mormon Flats to Big Mountain PassPark City Bagels, Quarry VillageSaturday, June 11 Donna Sims will lead a moderate hike on Saturday, June 11, 2016 from Mormon Flats to Big Mountain Pass. Distance traveled will be 4 miles one way, 8 miles round trip, with an elevation gain of just over 1,200 feet. This is an out and back hike following the Little Emigration Canyon trail, which includes a portion of the Pony Express, California and Mormon Trails. To car pool, meet in the parking lot of Park City Bagels, Quarry Village, for a prompt 9:00 A.M. departure, In the alternative, join us at the Mormon Flats Historic marker on East Canyon before 9:30 A.M. (take I-80, Jeremy Ranch exit #141, left at the Jeremy Store, right toward the Jeremy Golf course, follow Jeremy Road to the river, stay left on East Canyon dirt road, follow the river for about 3 miles, park on the west side near the Mormon Flat Historic Marker) Dogs are permitted on the eastern watershed. Dogs are NOT allowed in the parking area or west of Big Mountain Pass. Participants will be back at the river by approximately 1:00 P.M. Snacks and water advised. Remember your hiking essentials. Hike Leader Donna Sims – 727-871-2757  
HikeIron Mountain, a semi-strenuous conditioning hike 6/5Wasatch BagelsLeader: David Anderson - 801-599-0618 Meet the leader at 9:30 a.m. at Wasatch Bagels to carpool to the trailhead for a 9:45 a.m. departure. Since this is a conditioning hike for later strenuous hikes the pace will be brisk with fewer rest stops than moderate hikes. The hike is about four miles with 1,900 vertical feet gain. The duration should be 2.5 hours with a snack at the top. Call the leader David Anderson (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org) with questions. Dogs are welcome. Bring adequate food, fluids and the remainder of the essentials. There are no unusual conditions.  
HikeSEMI-STRENUOUS HIKE - LITTLE BLACK MOUNTAINPARK CITY BAGLES

Saturday, June 11 - semi-strenuous hike 

Little Black Mountain via Perry’s Hollow Trailhead

Informally meet at Park City Bagels in Pinebrook for on on-time departure at 9:00 AM to carpool to the Perry’s Hollow Trailhead.  

(From Park City, take the Foothill Blvd. off ramp, this becomes 5th South. Turn right on 13 East to South Temple, turn right one block and left on Virginia Street to 11th Ave. Turn left onto 11th Ave. and proceed west to Terrace Hills Dr. (at the 11th Ave. Park). Proceed on Terrace Hills Dr. then turn right onto N. Bonneville Dr. and drive to the “T,” Turn left onto Richland Dr. and park near the trailhead.)

The hike proceeds up Perry’s Hollow, crossing a several trails, and proceeds up the ridge. The hike becomes a little steeper as it ascends the peak. This is a nice hike even though it starts in a neighborhood but ends with great views. The round trip distance is 9 miles, elevation gain 3,218”, average gain 804 feet per mile, with a duration of five hours at a pace of about 2 plus mph. There are no special conditions.

Bring lunch, adequate water and the other essentials.

Questions, please call the leader Jeri Brooke, 847.525.5433, jbrooke@tribalexpressions.com.  

HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - GRANDEUR PEAKPARK CITY BAGLES

Sunday, June 19 

Grandeur Peak via West Ridge, a strenuous hike.

Meet the leaders at Park City Bagels in Pinebrook for an on-time departure at 8:30 a.m. to carpool to the trailhead for a 9 a.m. start.

This hike starts in Salt Lake Valley and is steeper with greater elevation gain as compared to the hike to the same peak that starts in Mill Creek Canyon.  

To arrive at the trailhead proceed on I-215 south from I-80 at the mouth of Parleys Canyon and take the 33rd South exit.  At the light turn left proceeding over the freeway on 3300 South which immediately becomes Wasatch Blvd.  Stay on this street going north a few blocks (parallel to the freeway) to its end in the parking area.  

The hike will take about four hours at a pace between 2.1 and 2.5 mph and cover slightly less than five miles and has 3,400 vertical feet elevation gain.  There are no unusual conditions with slight scrambling.

Dogs are welcome. Bring adequate food, fluids and the remainder of the four essentials.

Call the leaders Pam Carlquist (435.513.0597, pcarlquist@gmail.com or Mike Borrelli, 435.649.0313, mtmike13@gmail.com with questions.

HikeLEISURILY HIKE IN GLENNWOOD CEMETERYWASATCH BAGEL IN PCThursday June 23, 9:30 - Glenwood Cemetery Did you know we have a Civil War veteran buried at Glenwood? Let’s do a walking tour of the cemetery, visiting some of the 950 spirits there. Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time departure at 9:30 A.M. to carpool as parking is very limited. Please be prompt. The cemetery is located at the end of Silver King Drive, by Snow Flower Condos. Plan on about 1 ½ hr – 2 hours. Bring water. Any questions please call the leader Donna Sims 727 871-2757, joedonna@gmail.com
HikeLEISURILY HIKE - RUN A-MUCK TRAILTRAILHEAD OFF OLYMPIC PARKWAYLEISURILY HIKE - Run A-Muk Trail Wednesday 6/15 9am 2 mile loop 9 am meet time, please be prompt. Bring your “best Friend” (dog) with you.  A great place for us to do a leisure hike and our buddies to get to know one another.  No dog, come anyway as it’s a nice trail to explore. BRING water for your buddy and yourself. Don’t forget your hiking essentials. The trail is a 2 mile loop with hardly any elevation gain, plan on 1 hour and a half. Directions: Drive up Olympic Parkway .6 miles and the parking lot is on the left. If the lot is full, drive another 30 feet and there is parking on the Right. Leader is Donna Sims 727 871-2757, joedonna@gmail.com  
HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - MT. TIMPANOGOSWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

 Monday, July, 18th 2016 6:30 am - Strenuous Hike - Mount Timpanogos

 Those of you who were not able to attend one of our two Mount Timpanogos hikes last year or just want go on our annual Mount Timpanogos hike, we are pleased to offer it again.

Meet the co-leaders Ellen Sherk, Howard Kantor and Don Winsor at Wasatch Bagels 6:30 a.m.for an on-time departure to carpool to the trailhead.

The hike will commence and finish at the Timpooneke trailhead. The pace will be a bit more relaxed than is typical for strenuous hikes. For those not desiring to summit an option will be to wait at the shelter at Emerald Lake, relax at the saddle (about 7/8th of the way to the summit) or merely return to the trailhead. This option will reduce the hiking distance by two miles to a total of 12.5 miles with 3,210 vertical feet elevation gain. The summit hike has 4,580 vertical feet elevation gain, 14.5 miles total distance and average elevation gain of 632’ per mile. The trip from the saddle to the summit provides some exposure. The snow field may be limited this year and sliding down it will not be an option.

We plan on hiking about two miles per hour, including stops for photographs, observing waterfalls, and hopefully an abundance of wildlife and wild flowers.

Please pack a lunch, plenty of water. The estimated duration for the hike is NINE hours. Please remember to bring the four hiking essentials.

For safety reasons, dogs are NOT allowed on this hike.

The Timpanogos hike is one of the most special experiences and we hope many of the Club members will join us. It should be a great day and lots of fun.

Any questions, please feel free to call or email Ellen Sherk 215.983.9224, ellensherk@gmail.com, Howard Kantor 435.200.8141, hkantor49@gmail.com or Don Winsor 801.673.5866, wd40rider@gmail.com.

 Leaders: Ellen Sherk, Howard Kantor, and Don Winsor

HikeModerate Hike PCMR 6/15PCMR Picnic tablesWe’ll take the Payday lift up and back and spend our whole time hiking the upper trails of PCMR. Bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the chairlift for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the picnic tables by the climbing rock in the plaza, for an on-time departure of 10:00. Please show up early enough to sign in, use the restrooms and get a pass if needed. Sorry, no dogs. Moderate hike; 6 miles; 1,000 feet of vertical; you MUST be able to maintain a 2.0 mph average pace; 3 hours of hiking plus 30 minutes each way for the very sslllloooowwww chairlift; 10:00; Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeModerate Hike Quarry Mountain 6/20Wasatch BageslQuarry Mountain at Sunset; Moderate Hike June 20 Come hike on the second longest day of the year and watch the sunset and the moon rise! We’ll head up Quarry Mountain, the hill with the towers along 224 across from McPolin’s Farm. Incredible views of Snyder’s Mill, Silver Springs, Park Meadows and Thaynes Canyon. We’ll hike up, watch the sunset, and maybe see the moon rise. 3 miles, 700 feet of vertical, 2 mph average pace. Dogs welcome. Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time 7:30 pm departure. Please show up early enough to sign in, use the restrooms and organize carpools. Carpooling is important, as there’s little parking at the trailhead. Flashlights recommended; Jamie Rubin; 203.722.7315; altheafarm@yahoo.com
HikeHike Semi-strenuous Millcreek Canyon 6/25Park City BagelsThaynes Peak, Millcreek Canyon, a semi-strenuous hike, Saturday, June 25, 2016. Meet informally at Park City Bagels in Pinebrook at 8:30 a.m. to carpool to the trailhead where the leader will me you at 9:15 a.m. The trail starts at the parking area as part of the Desolation Trail (it is also the Salt Lake Overlook Trail parking area) at the lower end of the Box Elder picnic area in Mill Creek Canyon. The hike is about 8 miles with 2,800 feet elevation gain. Call the leader David Anderson (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org) with questions. Dogs are welcome in this canyon on odd days. Bring adequate food, fluids and the remainder of the essentials. This should take four to five hours. There are no unusual conditions with slight scrambling near the top.  
HikeHike Semi-strenuous Thaynes Canyon Pass 7/2Park City BagelsThaynes Canyon Pass via Neffs Canyon Trailhead, a semi-strenuous hike, Saturday July 2, 2016, 9 a.m. Informally meet at Park City Bagels in Pinebrook to carpool to the Park and Ride, 3850 South (approx.) Wasatch Blvd. Take the 3300 S. off ramp from I-215, turn left, go over I-215 and turn right onto Wasatch Blvd. The leader will meet you at the Park and Ride at 9:20 a.m. and the group will drive to the Neffs Canyon trailhead.   This interesting hike proceeds up Neffs Canyon to Thayne Canyon Pass and  continues to the junction with the Thayne Canyon trail. If the group is interested we may continue to Thayne Peak (8656’). Round trip length is 7.4 miles with 3,200 elevation gain. Average gain is 862 feet per mile, with an expected duration of five hours. There are no special conditions. Questions, please call the leader David Anderson, 801.599.0618 or danderson@dcalaw.org. Bring lunch, adequate water and the other essentials.  
HikeLeisurely Hike - Gorgoza Pond 6/22Gorgoza PondMeet at Gorgoza Pond (next to the Tubing Hill) on  Kilby Rd. on Wednesday, June 22, at 6 p.m.   This time is by special request from members who work during the day.   We will spend time throwing balls and sticks for our good buddies, into the pond  (or not for non swimming  pups. )  After some swim time,and dog socialization,  we will walk up the trail to the top - to dry out a little - and back down to the pond.  If we so desire, we will retire to Billy Blanco's at Quarry Village for a glass of refreshment and a bite. The distance to walk is less than a mile, with an elevation gain of around 500 feet.  Please use your own inclination for how fast or far to walk, as that is optional.  The trail is a series of switchbacks, also popular with mountain bikers.  We will be careful to let them ride past safely.   There is an alternative, straight trail which is not a mountain bike trail, but which is not as interesting.   Parking is somewhat limited, so some carpooling may be in order, from the Quarry Village lot, near the Park City Bagels.   The parking area is off Kilby Rd. on the east of Gorgoza tube park. It is also possible to park along the road.  Or walk a little farther, from Cedar Drive, on the paved trail.  We are not  starting the walk until everyone wants to start, maybe not until about 6:30.  Please note:  This is a LEISURELY walk.     Leader: Joyce Pearson.joycepearson@mac.com      (435)659-0724.   Recommended essentials: water for people, bug spray.   
HikeModerate HikePCMR Picnic tablesDestinations: Silver King Coalition Mill, Judge Drain Tunnel, Massachusetts Mine site, American Flag Mine site and other interesting places. We will take the Crescent lift for a quick 15 minute ride to the top of Ski Team ridge. Bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the chairlift for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the picnic tables by the climbing rock in the plaza, for an on-time departure of 10:30. Please show up early enough to sign in, use the restrooms and get a pass if needed. Sorry, no dogs. We will hike from the top of the Crescent lift down to the Silver King Coalition Mill, Judge Drain Tunnel, Massachusetts Mine site, American Flag Mine site and other interesting places while on our way back to PCMR. Some our trekking will include walking along some streets in old town. The vertical gain is approximately 500 feet with a round trip of approximately 7 miles. Expected hiking duration is 4+ hours at a reasonable brisk pace. This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Six Hiking Essential items. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
HikeHike Moderate Plus - Upper Trails of PCMRPCMR Picnic TablesUpper Trails of PCMR Part II- Moderate Plus (MOD+) Hike Explore the upper trails at PCMR–different trails than last week. We’ll head over to Shadow Lake to the Jupiter Lift (did you know there was even a lake there?), then wind our way over to the Pioneer and McConkey's lift area. Faster pace than last time, maybe 2.5 mph average (brisk). We’ll take the Crescent lift up, and Payday lift down, so bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the chairlifts for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the picnic tables by the climbing rock in the plaza, for an on-time departure of 10:30. Please show up early enough to sign in, use the restrooms, and get a pass if needed. If you haven’t used your pass yet this summer, please get there early enough to make sure it works. Bring a lunch. Sorry, no dogs. Moderate Plus (MOD+) hike; 10:30; 8-9 miles; 1,000ish feet of vertical; MUST be able to maintain a 2.5 mph average pace (brisk); 4-5 hours of hiking; Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeHIke - strenuous Upper Bells Canyon 7/9Park City BagelUpper Bells Canyon Reservoir, Saturday, July  9, 2016, a strenuous hike.  Meet informally at Park City Bread & Bagels in Pinebrook at 8:00 A.M. (to carpool) or meet the leader at the trailhead at 8:30 A.M. The trailhead is located at 3450 E. Little Cottonwood Road. Take I-215 until you exit as if going to Alta onto Wasatch Blvd. At about 8700 S, at the “Y” intersection ( at the traffic light) turn right, continuing on Wasatch Blvd. Follow the signs for La Caille restaurant. If you go straight you are heading to Alta and have gone too far. About a mile past La Caille you come to an intersection. Turn left on highway 209, Little Cottonwood Road. In a short distance the parking for the trailhead is signed on the right. It is a short walk on a dirt road to the lower reservoir, the trail continues to the falls, which is about 1.5 miles or 1,500 feet from the trailhead. The falls requires a very short walk from the trail but is worth the experience. We then continue up the trail crossing the creek with the trail becoming a bit obscure. Some route finding is generally required, but there are cairns. The upper reservoir has seen better days and does not contain water anymore. We will lunch is this basin with Lone Peak to our immediate west and other peaks close at hand. The hike is just over nine miles with about 4,200’ vertical gain or about 930 feet per mile. We will spend a little over seven hours. Commencing at the falls the hike is very interesting and seldom visited. The lower portion has much more traffic and is not as scenic. Bring perhaps three liters of fluids, lunch, the usual essential stuff.   Contact leader David Anderson with questions (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org). Dogs are not allowed in this canyon.  
HikeHike - Strenuous Notch Mountain trail 7/17Wasatch BagelsDavid Anderson will lead the strenuous version of the Notch Mountain Trail hike in the Uintah Mountains (this should not be confused with the out-and-back hike to the Notch). This will be classified a strenuous hike because of the 12 mile distance and pace. The elevation gain will be slightly less than 1,500 feet and elevation loss of 2,300 feet. We start at the Bald Mountain Trailhead and finish at the Trial Lake Trailhead. The hike will pass several lakes before lunch at Meadow Lake. The return will pass through the Notch and pass other beautiful lakes. Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 AM, and carpool to the trailhead (on the way we will leave a car at Trial Lake). With a brisk pace the hiking time should be five to six hours. Anticipate the possibility of cool weather, showers and bugs. Dogs are invited to participate. For more information contact the leader, David Anderson, 801.599.0618 or danerson@dcalaw.org  
HikeHike - strenuous Sundial Peak 7/23Park City BagelsSundial Peak, Big Cottonwood, strenuous hike, Saturday, July 23, 2016.  Meet informally at Park City Bread & Bagels in Pinebrook at 8:30 A.M. (to carpool) or at the trail head at 9:15 to meet the leader. The trail head is at the bottom of the “S” curve, midway up Big Cottonwood Canyon. This hike will cover about 8.5 miles with 4,220 feet of elevation gain and will require about seven-eight hours. The climb is a fairly steady grade of 1,000 feet per mile. The well-developed trail to Lake Blanche has no unusual features. The hiking above Lake Blanche is perhaps the best in the Wasatch. The route presents rounded rock ribs, talus slopes and some exposure generally without a trail. This area has outstanding scenic beauty and geological attractions. Generally the group stops just prior to the summit, but anyone desiring may proceed the final two hundred vertical feet to summit--this involves exposure. Bring three or more liters of fluids, lunch, snacks, the six essentials. Contact leader David Anderson with questions (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org). Dogs are not allowed in this canyon.  
HikeHike Semi-strenuous Jupiter bowlPCMR Picnic tablesTour of Jupiter Bowl at PCMR. We will take the Crescent lift for a quick 15 minute ride to the top of Ski Team ridge. Bring your 2016/2017 Epic pass, it will get you on the chairlift for FREE (even if you’ve only made a $49 deposit). If you don’t have an Epic pass, day passes are $22. Meet at the picnic tables by the climbing rock in the plaza, for an on-time departure of 10:30. Please show up early enough to sign in, use the restrooms and get a pass if needed. Sorry, no dogs. Once at the top of the Crescent lift we will continue to Shadow Lake, Pinecone Ridge, Wasatch Crest, Puke Hill, Scott’s Pass, Scott’s Bypass, Tri-County Peak, West Face and portions of the Pioneer / McConkey’s lift areas. Returning to the PCMR base area on the Crescent Lift for a relaxing ride down. The vertical gain is approximately 2500 feet with a round trip of approximately 12 miles. Expected hiking duration is 6+ hours at a reasonable brisk pace. This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Six Hiking Essential items. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866). Location: PCMR picnic tables Leader: Don Winsor
HikeModerate Hike - Mt. Stellen 7/15Wasatch BagelLeader: Ellen Sherk 215-983-9224 I know you’ve seen it next to Deer Valley’s Bald Mountain, but have you hiked it? I’ve named it Mt. Stellen. Bring a snack or early lunch; STEEP to get up and down the Mountain; Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 (we’ll try to beat the heat); Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com 5 miles; 1,500 vertical feet; 3 hours; you MUST be able to maintain a 2.0 mph average pace; sorry, no dogs.
HikeMODERATE HIKE - ISLAND LAKEWASATCH BAGEL IN PCWednesday, Aug 3 @ 8:30 AM Sheree Anshel will lead a moderate out and back hike to Island Lake in the Uintas.  This spectacular route is about 1200 vertical, 7 miles and 4-5 hours.  We will cross the beginning of the Provo River on this hike. Dogs invited.  Bring lunch, rain gear, mosquito repellant (or a friend who attracts mosquitoes).  We must leave early to avoid afternoon rain showers in the Uintas.  Please have your restroom visit complete so we can have an on time departure of 8:30 at Wasatch Bagels. The trailhead is near the Crystal Lake campground 20 mi east of Kamas. Sheree’s phone number is 214-914-9140
HikeMODERATE HIKE - ABOVE PINEBROOKPARK CITY BAGLESSaturday, August 6 @ 9:00 AM Annemarie Ferrari will lead a moderate hike above Pinebrook starting at the Spring Trailhead. The hike is about 70% shade with some very nice mountain views.  It is approximately 1000 vertical feet and will take about 2.5 hours. Meet at PC Bagels in Pinebrook at 9:00 AM. Bring a light snack for the trail and we can have an optional lunch afterwards. Dogs are welcome. Please remember the hiking essentials. Please contact Annemarie with any questions at 801-455-1972.
HikeMODERATE HIKE TO CATHERINE'S PASSWASATCH BAGEL IN PCWednesday, August 10 @ 8:30 Howard Kantor will lead a moderate hike from the base of Brighton Ski Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon to Catherine’s Pass. This scenic hike will view three lakes and is about 3.5 miles with an elevation gain of 1200 ft. Dogs are not allowed as the hike is in the Salt Lake watershed. Departure time is 8:30 AM sharp from Wasatch Bagels. Restroom stop should be made prior. Those wishing to meet at the trailhead parking lot should be there promptly at 9:15 AM. Those wishing a shorter hike can divert to Lake Martha and wait for the group to return from Catherine’s Pass. Howard’s phone number is 413-695-0277
HikeMODERATE HIKE - DEER VALLEYSILVER LAKE BEHIND GOLDENER HIRSCHSunday August 14th @ 8:30 AM Wendy Roberts (AKA DVSKIER) will lead a moderate hike from SilverLake in Deer Valley. The hike is about 4.5 miles long with an elevation gain of 1,300 feet and should take about 3 hours. We’ll start @ The Ontario Trail, passing through woods, the rear side of Bald, have gorgeous views of the Jordanelle then back down to SilverLake. There will be two groups, Wendy will lead the faster paced to the top of Bald ( where we can have a snack) and Jay Frankenfield will lead a slower paced group that may not go to the top. Either way, the views are spectacular! Meet @8:30am at Silver Lake behind the Goldener Hirsch. The best part of the day is lunch @ Royal Street Cafe where we will have reserved seating for 20 people. Please contact Wendy by AUGUST 12th @ parkcitywendy@gmail.com or 435-640-2712 to reserve a lunch spot. Officially D.V. does not allow dogs.    
HikeMODERATE HIKE - SUN PEAKCOMMUNITY CHURCH PARKING LOTThursday, August 18 @ 9:00 AM Sheri Thomas will lead a moderate hike on Collins Trail to Rob's Trail in Sun Peak and goes to the ridge overlooking Super Condor at Canyons. The hike will be about 6.4 miles, 1250 ft vertical and take 3.5 hrs. The vertical is mostly gradual, not steep. Dogs are welcome. Meet at The Community Church behind Park City Nursery @9:00am. Sheri’s number is 435-640-9535.
HikeMODERATE TO STRENUOUS HIKE - LAKE BLANCHEMILL B SOUTH FORK TRAILHEADSaturday, August 20 @ 8:30 Chuck Mollard will lead a moderate to strenuous hike to Lake Blanche in Big Cottonwood Canyon. The hike is 6 miles roundtrip, has a 2500 ft elevation gain, and will take about 4 - 5 hours. Since there is considerable vertical, the pace will be moderate. No dogs are allowed in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Bring a lunch which you can enjoy as you overlook Lake Blanche. Meet at 8:30 AM at PC Bagels in Pinebrook or at 9:15 AM at the Mill B South Fork trailhead. Remember the four hiking essentials. Chuck’s number is 917-881-9022
HikeMODERATE HIKE TO JUPITER BOWLWASATCH BAGEL IN PC  Sunday, August 28 @ 9:00 AM Jiang MA will lead a moderate loop hike from Trail head to Scotts Pass up the Great Western Trail, then along Pine Cone Ridge into Jupiter Bowl. The views along the hike are great!  The hike is about 5 mi long, has a 1000 ft. vertical gain, and should take 3 hrs. Bring a snack. are not allowed in the Salt Lake watershed. Meet at 9:00 at Wasatch Bagels or 9:40 at Trail head, a turn on E. Big Cottonwood Canyon Rd, 1 mi below/west of Guardsman Pass (if from Park City, 1 mile after Guardsman Pass towards SLC, before a sharp turn on the left; if from SLC, 1 mile before Guardsman Pass, a sharp turn on the right). Jiang’s number: 801-915-0487. Bring Four Hiking Essentials.
HikeMODERATE HIKE - TOLL CANYONPARK CITY BAGLESFriday, August 26 @ 8:30 AM Jay Frankenfield will lead a moderate hike in Toll Canyon. This is a 7 mile out and back hike to the ridge overlooking Lambs Canyon with about 1,000 vertical feet and it will last about 3.5 hours. If folks are interested, there is a shorter, easier version of the hike that can turn around at the Fairy Tree and be about 500 vertical feet and 2 hours long. This is a gradual hike that is mostly in the shade, and follows a creek until the last half mile climb to the ridge. Because of the August heat, meet at PC Bagels in Pinebrook at 8:30 to carpool to the trail head. Bring a snack or lunch to enjoy at the turnaround. Dogs are welcome and don’t forget the Four Hiking Essentials. Contact Jay with any questions at 435 901 2744 (c) or jfrankenfield@icloud.com .
HikeModerate Hike Lackawaxen LakeWasatch BagelCheck out the lovely Lackawaxen Lake, just below Clayton Peak off of Guardsman Pass. Dogs are welcome. 5 miles, 1,100 vertical feet; Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on time departure of 8:30;  must be able to maintain an average 2.0 mph pace; 3 hours; Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeMODERATEHIKE - ROB'S TRAILROB'S TRAILHEAD

Thursday, July 28 - late afternoon hike

Rob's Trail evening moderate but brisk hike.

Meet at the Trailhead which is located on Bear Hollow Drive on the left about 3/4 of the way up to the top of UOP, at 4:45pm for an on time departure at 5:00pm.

There is limited parking at the trailhead so please carpool. The hike is partially shaded and is 4 miles with < 1000ft elevation gain. We will be hiking at a 2.5-3.0 pace. Bring appropriate fluids and four hiking essentials.

For those interested, we will be going to Boneyard after the hike for food and drinks!

Contact leader Teresa Polistina with questions: 954-242-2373, polistin@bellsouth.net

HikeHike - Strenuous Mt. SuperiorPark City BagelsMt. Superior, a strenuous hike, Sunday, July 31, 2015. This is a hike we have not enjoyed for some time and is back by popular demand. We will hike Mt. Superior, across of the road from Alta. Skiers are familiar with the commanding views of this majestic avalanche prone area. This strenuous hike will be after the snow melts, so the only risks will be some scrambling and exposure at we approach the summit. The climb will also extend a short distance to Monte Cristo. There is a dispute as to which peak is which—locals and the USGS map are in disagreement. David Anderson (801.599.0618) danderson@dcalw.org, will lead the hike on Sunday, July 31, 2016. Elevation gain is 2,700 feet to the 11,132 summit; with a duration of about six hours, over five miles. A victory celebration will occur following the hike. Meet at Park City Bagels to car pool at 8:00 AM, or at the Alta Guard Station at 8:45AM, where you will meet the leader. Bring three liters of fluids and the other essentials. Depending upon our timing the wild flowers are perhaps the best of any location near Alta. We also frequently see mountain goats.  
HikeModerate Hike to the NEW Utah Olympic Park TrailOlympic Park
Come check out the new trail above the track at the Utah Olympic Park. The views are incredible! 6 miles (one mile is up the paved road to get to the trailhead); 1,100 feet of vertical. Dogs are welcome, but bring a leash to get them to the trailhead. Meet at the parking lot by the refrigeration building for an on-time departure of 8:30 am. The parking area is located just down the hill from the Utah Olympic Park buildings. Head toward the ski jumps on Olympic Parkway, go past the pool and UOP buildings, and then continue down the hill, there is a parking lot just before the gate. Must be able to maintain an average pace of 2.0 mph pace; Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeMoab WeekendMoabMini Moab weekend will start on Friday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 25th. I'll get it on the calendar and a list of activities soon. Anyone can go early if they want to, I'll be there a few days before.  Don Winsor 801-673-5866 wd40rider@gmail.com
Mini Moab Weekend Meeting Place Time Activity
Friday 9/23/2016 Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Negro Bill Canyon: 4 hours - 4 miles round trip - 330 elevation gain. Morning Glory Natural Bridge, which is 243 feet long and the sixth-longest natural rock span in the United States. Trailhead Location: On Hwy 128, three miles east of junction with Hwy 191. Route Description: From the parking area next to Hwy 128, follow the trail up the left side of the stream. Keep going upstream for about 1.5 miles. Morning Glory Natural Bridge is located at the end of the second side canyon on the right. The trail forks just below this canyon. Follow the trail to the right, cross the stream, and ascend a steep slope. Morning Glory Bridge is located at the end of the trail about 0.5 miles up the canyon from the stream. Do not touch the poison ivy that grows below the pool under the bridge! Poison ivy plants have dark green, shiny leaves with serrated edges in clusters of three. Hike leader is Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Moderate Plus Mountain Bike - The will include Horsethief, Mag 7 and Navajo Trails. Human powered Mountain bike required. State Park fee may be required.  Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. GPS N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 4pm Travel to Arches Visitors Center to get Fiery Furnace permit(s) for the Sunday 9/25/16 hike. All hike participants must watch the Fiery Furnace video and pay the permit fee after viewing. Please bring the exact change. Confusion at the Arches Visitors Center will be minimized if I provide all the permit fees and names as a package. Permit fee is $6 per person unless you have a Senior National Park pass (62+) then, the permit fee is $3. One senior pass is good for one discount, the senior passes are assigned to an individual, not couples. Once the permit is issued no other participants can be added to the issued permit. Permit fees will be refunded if you are cut from the list because of no available permits. Permit fees will NOT be refunded if the park service accepts your permit fee. Maximum participants will be limited to 20. National Parks Fee required to enter Arches.
Rim Village located at 3686 Spanish Valley Drive, Unit P4. N38 31.011' W109 29.089' 6pm TGIF - Take 191 South to MM 120, turn left, then turn left, then turn right onto Meador Drive, turn right into the drive way before the stop sign. Unit P4 is on your right. Bring something to share, a chair and BYOB. Host is Don Winsor (801-673-5866).
Saturday 9/24/2016 Rim Village located at 3686 Spanish Valley Drive, Unit P4. N38 31.011' W109 29.089' 8am Mount Tukuhnikivatz (The Place where the Sun Sets Last), is a semi-strenuous hike. The summit is 12,482 feet with great views of the LaSal Range, Canyonlands and Arches. The vertical gain is approximately 2,352 feet with a round trip distance of approximately 4.8 miles (average gain is 984 feet/mile). The expected hiking duration is six hours at a reasonable brisk pace. The hike involves some minor scrambling and very limited exposure.  We will carpool the 45 miles to the trail head. This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Expect cooler temperatures than Park City, light jackets and / or rain gear may be in order. Bring food, lunch, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Six Hiking Essential items. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Fisher Towers Trail 4 hours - 4.4 miles round trip - 670 elevation gain. The Fisher Towers are composed of Moenkopi and Cutler sandstones, and have eroded into many fantastical shapes. The Fisher Towers Trail explores the Fisher Towers, one of the Utah canyon country’s most bizarre landscapes. The area is a maze of soaring fins, pinnacles, minarets, gargoyles, spires, and strangely shaped rock formations east of Moab. The towers, soaring monuments to erosion, are composed of dark red Cutler sandstone topped by harder Moenkopi sandstone and draped with mud curtains. Climbers occasionally scale these mudstone towers (be cautious of hiking directly below a climber!).  Hike leader is Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233).
1861 North US 191 Moab, UT. North of the Colorado River bridge at the Old Mission Store. 6pm Dinner Pasta Jay's. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
Sunday 9/25/16 Lions Park, at the intersection of 191 and 128. N38 36.137' W109 34.508' 9am Fiery Furnace Hike - The Fiery Furnace is a labyrinth of narrow sandstone canyons and fins. There are no marked trails and the area has suffered resource damage due to increased visitation Fiery Furnace Hike - traditional direction of the ranger led hike - National Park fee and permit required. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
HikeModerate hike-The Rogues of Rob's Wasatch BagelsThere are rogue trails, which you won’t find on any map, all around Rob’s Trail. SUPER steep at the beginning, 1,000 vertical feet in the first mile. Great views at our 1-mile snack stop, then we’ll walk on another rogue trail along the ridge to Olympic Park. 4 miles; 1,000 feet of vertical; dogs welcome, but please bring a leash to get them back to the cars on the road. Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 9:00 for an ontime departure. We should be done by noon. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeModerate Hike -Tour of UtahTransit CenterWe’ll take the Empire bus to the Montage, hike up the road to the switchback, and watch the Tour of Utah riders come flying down from Empire Pass. Then we’ll hike 6 miles to get down off the mountain. Meet at the Transit Center to catch the 1:35 bus. Parking will be a HUGE problem, as the start and finish line are on Main Street, and Main Street will be closed and filled with vendors. Those of you who live on a bus route, take the bus to the Transit Center! Those of you who have to drive, you might want to park at PCMR and take a bus to the Transit Center (it will say “Main Street” and it SHOULD take six minutes to get there). Give yourself plenty of time, because traffic will be a nightmare. I hope to be back at the Transit Center by 6:00. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeHike Moderate Deer ValleySilver Lake - Deer ValleyTeresa & Terry Polistina (954-242-2373) will lead a hike on Silver Lake trail at Deer Valley on Tuesday 8/9. This will be a moderate up and back hike to the top of Bald Mountain for a total of 4 miles with an elevation gain of 1200ft. We will crisscross some of our favorite ski runs, with views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and 360 views when we reach the top. Meet near the Silver Lake Express chair lift for a 3:30pm on time departure. After a bit of exercise we will go to Stein Eriksen for Hops on the Hill. Bring chairs or a blanket to sit on. There is live entertainment at 6:00pm and Stein Eriksen has food and drink for purchase.
HikeHike ModeratePCMR Picnic tablesLet’s check out the preservation work on the California Comstock Mill in Thaynes Canyon and visit the Thaynes Head House. The vertical gain is approximately 1,500 feet with a round trip distance of approximately ten miles. The expected hiking duration is five hours. We will travel at a moderate pace. Meet at picnic tables, close to the climbing wall, at the Park City Mountain Resort Plaza for an 8:30 AM on time departure. As part of the return trip we will take the Crescent Lift down to the PCMR base. Recently Vail has required a wavier to be signed to ride the lift down unless you can show your Epic Pass. Please bring your Epic Pass if you have one. Expect cool temperatures, a light jackets and / or rain gear may be in order. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, lunch, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Six Hiking Essential items. Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).
HikeSEMI-STRENUOUS HIKE - WALL LAKEWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

 

Sunday, August 14, 2016, Wall Lake Loop (extended), a semi-strenuous hike.

This is a walk in the park with a little exploration. Depending upon what counts as a lake, we will pass twenty or more. This is the basic Wall Lake loop hike from the Crystal Lake trailhead proceeding counter-clockwise passing such famous lakes as Lily, Wall, Hope, Twin, Clyde, Booker, Three Divide Lakes, Hidden (yes, it is hidden and requires some wandering in the wilderness), Watson, Linear, Petit, Cliff, Crystal and other no names. Perhaps, nine to ten miles, maybe 1,500’ elevation gain and five-six hours at a brisk pace to get back to the start. Sometimes there is a well defined trail, other times not so much or just no trail. This is a pleasant way to send some time out-of-doors. 

Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 AM to carpool to the trailhead.

Call with questions: David Anderson, 801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org

HikeLEISURILY HIKE - LOST PROSPECTORWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Tuesday, Sept. 2o - LEISURELY HIKE - LOST PROSPECTOR 

We will meet at the Wasatch Bagel in Park City at 9:00 am to carpool to the trailhead. 

This is an leisurely hike and one of my favorites because of the fall beauty.  It was written up in a Salt Lake magazine several years ago as one of the most beautiful hikes to see the fall leaves.  You see all of Old Town Park City, Park City Mountain Resort, and all the way around to Prospector.  It is an out and back hike so you can return at any time.  It is about 2 hours and you will want to plan on taking pictures.  You will see views of Park City that you cannot see elsewhere.  Dogs are welcome. 

Bring plenty of water, a snack, and four hiking hiking essentials. 

Call Kitty at 435-649-3719     

HikeHike Moderate - Deer CrestDeer Crest ParkingLori Tarmey will lead a moderate hike in Deer Valley from Village Trail past the Mountaineer lift to beautiful views of the Jordanelle Overlook to a wooded return on Spincycle. The hike will take approximately 3 hours and is 1000' vertical. Take I40 to Exit 8 Mayflower and turn right toward the Deer Crest Gondola. Parking is on the left 1/4 mile past the gondola parking lot. Spincycle is a very steep descent. Trekking poles recommended. Meet at 8:45 for a prompt 9:00 am departure. Bring a lunch and beverages for a social to follow at Loris house at 9990 Vista Drive, Heber.
HikeHike Moderate - Great Western trailWasatch BagelsSheree Anshel will lead a moderate hike along the Great Western trail from Guardsman Pass to Scotts Peak. The hike will be about 5 miles, have a 1200 ft vertical, and take 3 hours at a pace of about 2 mph. Remember the hiking essentials. Dogs are not permitted in the Salt Lake watershed. Since the hike is along the Wasatch Crest the views are stunning. Bring a snack or lunch.   Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on-time departure at 9:30 AM or at 9:40 at the Guardsman Pass trailhead. Contact Sheree on 214-914-9140 for questions.  
HikeHike Easy ModeratePark City BagelsCANCELLED DUE TO EXPECTED THUNDERSTORMS
HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - GOBBLER'S KNOBWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sunday, August 21, 2016 -  Gobbler's Knob, a strenuous hike

Please join co-leaders Sheri Thomas and John Miller for the hike of Gobblers Knob, the highest peak on the ridge that separates Millcreek and Big Cottonwood canyons.  This hike will start on the Big Cottonwood side at the Butler Fork trailhead (about 8 miles from the bottom or 5 or 6 miles from Brighton),  on the north side of the road.  Elevation gain is 3,213 feet, 7.6 miles round trip (846 feet/mile) and will require about five to six hours at a brisk pace.

Bring adequate food, water and the other items described in the Four Essentials on the club’s website.

Meet the leaders at Wasatch Bagels for a 8:30 a.m. departure or 9:00 a.m. at the trailhead.

Contact the leaders with questions, Sheri Thomas, drtate99@comcast.net435-640-9535, or John Miller, jmiller200725@yahoo.com724-244-3576.

HikeModerate hike to the MontageTransit CenterWe’ll start at the Transit Center and head up the mountain. Then we’ll take some lovely, less traveled trails and head up and across to the Montage (without touching Mid Mountain Trail), where we’ll take the bus back to the Transit Center. Meet outside, in the bus pick up/drop off area at the Transit Center for an on-time departure of 9:00. 6.25 miles; 1,700 feet of vertical; 3.5-4 hours. Sorry, no dogs. Ellen Sherk, 215.983.9224, ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeMODERATE HJIKE - PLANTATION/TAYLOR FORK TRAILWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Wednesday, September 28th. Moderate Hike.

Meet at Wasatch Bagels in Park City at 8:30 for a car pool departure at 9:00

We will be hiking on the Plantation/Taylor Fork Trail off of the Mirror Lake Highway.  We will hike up to the ridge overlooking Wolf Creek pass road.  The distance is about 5 miles, with an option of expanding it to 7 miles.  About 1200’ vertical and at least two and a half or three hours if we take the alternative way down.  The way up is generally shady, and the top is quite rocky.  Pace 2 mph Moderate. Poles are recommended.

Leaders: Linda and Jeff Talling

Linda's phone is 508-241-1693, and Jeff’s is 508-241-1694.  

HikeMODERATE HIKE - LACKAWAXEN LAKEWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sunday, September 11, Moderate Hike

We will hike to Lackawaxen Lake just below Clayton Peak off of Guardsman Pass. Dogs are welcome. 5 miles, 1,100 vertical feet, average 2.0 mph pace; 3 hours out and back.

Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 for an on time car pool departure of 9:00

Bring a snack to enjoy at the lake.

There are some short steep grades so trekking poles are suggested.

Leader: Ed Tarmey 954-675-4177, Emtarmey@comcast.net

HikeHike Strenuous - Christmas MeadowsWasatch BagelsStrenuous Uinta hike—Christmas Meadows trailhead to Kermsuh Lake. The trail proceeds up the Stillwater Fork of the Bear River and branches off to several lakes. We will visit one of the least visited lakes between A-1 Peak and Hayden Peak. It will be a pleasant walk over fourteen miles with 1700 feet elevation gain. The expected duration is seven hours. The trailhead is past A-1 Peak as you are descending from Bald Mountain pass toward Evanston. We will travel at a brisk pace to cover the distance. Please join the leader David Anderson (801.599.0618 or danderson@dcalaw.org) at Wasatch Bagels at 8 a.m. for carpooling to the trailhead. Please call with questions and remember the four essentials.  
HikeHike Moderate - Dog LakePark City Bagels - Pine BrookDan Albano will lead a moderate hike to Dog Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon.  This is a 5 mile out and  back  hike to the lake with about 1,400 vertical feet and it will last about 2.5 to 3.0 hours.   This hike starts out somewhat steeply and becomes a gradual hike that is mostly in the shade.  Meet at PC Bagels in Pinebrook at 9:00 to carpool to the trail head. This is a popular hike and the parking lot fills up. There is a $3.00 per car fee. Bring a snack or lunch to enjoy at the lake.  Contact Dan with any questions at 978 549-5328(c) or dan.r.albano@gmail.com .  Dogs are welcome (as it is Dog Lake) and don't forget the Six Hiking Essentials. This hike starts at the Big Water Traihead. To get to the Big Water Traihead start by getting off of I-215 at 3900 South. Make a left and at Wasatch Blvd make another left. Drive down to 3800 South and make a right. Continue driving up the road as it makes its way up Millcreek Canyon. Drive until the end of the road (about 9 miles) and park at the well marked trailhead.
HikeHike of SilenceWasatch BagelsWe'll hike up Quarry Mountain...silently. This will be a challenge for us, but unless we hike alone, we rarely get to hear the wind in the trees, or the birds chirping in those trees. We can socialize before we start, once we get to the top, and of course once we get down. 3 miles, 500 vertical feet, moderate hike. Dogs are welcome. Meet at Wasatch Bagels for an on time departure of 9:00. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224
HikeSemi-strenuous Hike to the Green Monster Mine in Snake Creek CanyonPark City Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction)History hike to the Green Monster Mine in Snake Creek Canyon The mine is heavy with copper so the surrounding rocks are stained green, hence the name! The hike is about 4.5 miles with 1000 feet elevation gain topping out at 8700 feet. We expect to be out about 4 hours. It is a semi-strenuous hike as the trail is not particularly steep, but relentlessly uphill with no level or slightly downhill breaks. There will be several rest/water stops on the way up to the mine. Meet at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table area for an on-time departure of 9:00 AM or 9:30 AM at the Wasatch Mountain State Park building. Please let us know you will be there so we know to stop and pick you up. Cars will travel on unpaved roads. Hike leaders are Pat Pond 203-257-3150 and Robin Filion 203-257-5379.
HikeModerate Plus (MOD+) hike to Iron MountainWasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive)
Moderate Plus (MOD+) hike to Iron Mountain
We’ll head up Iron Mountain (STEEP and rocky) then walk around Iron Man as we cross all the runs under the Canyons’ Iron Mountain chairlift. 7.25 miles, 1,800 feet of elevation, 4ish hours hiking time. Dogs welcome. Meet in the parking lot at Wasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive) for an on-time departure of 12:01 pm. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeSEMI-STRENUOUS HIKE - 9/11WASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Sunday, September 11, 2016 - Lofty Lake Loop semi-strenuous hike.

Please meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 a.m. for departure.

This hike is the standard loop with a visit to Cuberant Lake for lunch. The hike time should be about five and one-half hours at a brisk pace, perhaps 11 miles with less than 1200' gain. This is a pleasant fall walk visiting the highest lake in the Uintas (10,830'). The trailhead is at Pass Lake, near mile marker 31 from Kamas.

Contact the leader David Anderson with question, 801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org.

HikeMODERATE PLUS HIKE - 9/27PARK CITY BAGLES

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Red Pine Lake - moderate plus hike

Please meet at Park City Bagels at 9:00 am for departure

This is an out and back hike of approximately 7 miles with an elevation gain of 2100ft and starting elevation of 7698ft. The hike will take 4-5 hours so bring a snack to enjoy when we get to the lake which is set amidst a beautiful alpine cirque.  The trail is a steady uphill with some rocky areas and an extra push required the last half mile. There will be glimpses of Pfeifferhorn peak (affectionately known as Little Matterhorn) along the way.

Notes: There is a restroom at the trail-head. No dogs allowed as this is a protected watershed. Bring the hiking essentials which can be found on the club website.

Contact Mary Laudon with questions 314-780-2348 n2mtns@sbcglobal.net

HikeEASY/MODERATE HIKE - 9/17PARKING LOT NEAR PETCO IN KMBALL

Saturday, Sept 17, easy/moderate hike on Cobblestone trail. 

The Cobblestone Loop is a 3.4 mile, moderate extension off the Glenwild Trail. The Loop goes up a shallow side canyon from Glenwild Trail, circles a large hill, and then returns back down the canyon to Glenwild Trail.  Dogs are welcome. 

Meet at 9 at the parking lot near Petco in Kimball Jctn to carpool to the trailhead in Glenwild.

Leader, Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233hunt5994@bellsouth.net

HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - MT. RAYMONDPARK CITY BAGLES

Sunday, September 18 - strenuous hike  Mt. Raymond via Bowman Fork Trail, Millcreek Canyon

Meet at Park City Bagels at 8:15 AM to car pool to the trailhead where the leader will me you.

The trail starts at the southern turnabout (furthest from the main road) in the Terraces Campground, in Millcreek Canyon. The trail crosses White Fir Pass and Baker Springs. Gobblers Knob is directly above. We will proceed to the Desolation Trail and when reaching the ridge between Millcreek and Big Cottonwood canyons, we turn right to summit Mt. Raymond, that will require some scrambling over a few rock fins, then return. Bring the four essentials. The hike is about 9.6 miles with 3,981 elevation gain(829’/mile). This will be at a brisk pace.

Dogs are not permitted in Big Cottonwood Canyon, where we will be to summit Mt. Raymond.

Bring lunch and a minimum of three liters of fluids.

Questions, please call the leader David Anderson, 801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org.

HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - MT. OLYMPUSDPARK CITY BAGLES

Sunday, September 25, Strenuous hike - Mt. Olympus 

Meet at Park City Bread & Bagels in Pinebrook at 8:00 A.M. (to carpool) or at the trail head at 8:30 (exit I-215 at 45th South and proceed 1.9 miles south to 5900 Wasatch Blvd.)

Because the summiting is not dog friendly and portions of the hike are in a Wilderness Area, dogs are not encouraged. The hike covers 6.4 miles with about 4,270 vertical feet of gain (1,334’/mile). Near the top we will be scrambling to reach the summit, which provides exceptional views of Salt Lake Valley.

Bring three liters of fluids, lunch, snacks, the four essentials and much energy.

Contact leader David Anderson with questions (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org).

 

HikeSTRENUOUS HIKE - PFEIFFERHORNPARK CITY BAGLES

Tuesday, September 20, Strenuous hike of Pfeifferhorn

The Pfeifferhorn is the 11,331 feet (3,454 m) triangularly-shaped peak located in the most isolated part of the Lone Peak Wilderness Area of Utah's Wasatch Mountains. This rugged Utah mountain, commonly referred to as the Little Matterhorn, is the fifth-highest peak in the Wasatch Range. The vertical gain is approximately 3,900 feet with a round trip distance of approximately 10 miles. The hike up has an average gain of approximately 780 feet/mile. The expected hiking duration is nine hours at a reasonable pace with plenty of stops for water and snacks. Water recommendation is two to three liters. The hike involves some difficulties such as navigation and scrambling. Warning to be noted is exposure.

Groups are limited to a maximum of 10.  If I have more than the maximum we will break up into two groups or more.

Meet at Park City Bagels, 3126 Quarry Road, Park City, UT for an 8 AM departure. Park City Bagels can be accessed taking the Jeremy Ranch exit off of I-80.  Look for a gathering in the parking lot, we will most likely not be inside. We will carpool the trail head.

This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Expect cooler temperatures up high, light jackets and / or rain gear may be in order. Bring food, lunch, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water and the remainder of the recommended Four Hiking Essential items.

Please contact leader Don Winsor for additional information (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866).

Hike10/01/16 Hike Spring Trail, PinebrookSpring Trail, PinebrookSat, Oct 1: Moderate Hike Spring Trail in Pinebrook. Leader: Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233 We will hike to Emily’s Bench with optional extra loop. Meet at 9:30 in parking lot near PC Bagels in Quarry Village to carpool to trailhead. Dogs welcome. About 4.5 miles
HikeHike Flying DogFlying DogWED, OCTOBER 5, MODERATE HIKE - FLYING DOG TRAIL Meet at Park City Bagel in Pinebrook for an on time departure of 9:30 AM. This will be a moderate out and back hike on Flying Dog Trail above Jeremy Ranch to the beaver pond. The hike will be about 5 miles, have a 930 ft vertical and take about 3 hours at a pace of about 2 mph. Dogs invited. Bring a snack. Leader: Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140
HikeEvening Hike & Dinner at Desolation Trail & OverlookDesolation Trail, MillcreekSunday, October 9, Evening Hike and Dinner on the Overlook. Pam Carlquist will lead a scenic moderate hike along the Desolation Trail in Millcreek Canyon to the Salt Lake Overlook . The hike will be about 4 miles with a 1200-ft. elevation gain and will take 2-1/2 to 3 hours. Bring a potluck item to share and BYOB, with dinner on the Overlook and spectacular sunset views of the Salt lake Valley and the Great Salt Lake. Remember to bring the six hiking essentials. Dogs are welcome. Meet at 4:15 PM at Park City Bagels in Pinebrook to carpool or at 4:35 PM at the trailhead parking lot just east of the Millcreek Inn Restaurant, where there are restrooms. If you have a Millcreek Canyon pass, bring that, although it may not be needed by the time we drive out of the canyon. Plan on a prompt 4:45 PM departure time from the trailhead parking lot so that we can arrive at the Overlook in plenty of time to have dinner and watch the sunset at 6:54 PM. We’ll hike down immediately after that, but bring a headlamp, just in case, and appropriate clothing to stay comfortably warm on top. Contact Pam at pcarlquist@gmail.com or (435) 513-0597 for questions.
HikeHike Toll CanyonMeet PC Bagels, 3126 Quarry RdSaturday, Oct 15: Toll Canyon full distance to top. This is a 7 mile out and back hike to the ridge overlooking Lambs Canyon with about 1,000 vertical feet and it will last about 3 hours. This is a gradual hike that is mostly in the shade, and follows a creek until the last half mile climb to the ridge. Meet at parking lot by PC Bagels, 3126 Quarry Rd, in Quarry Village, for 9:30 departure to trailhead. Leaders: Jeri Brooke 847-525-5433 & Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140
HikeHike Yellow Pine Trail, Mirror Lake HwyYellow Pine Trail, Mirror Lake HwyOct 18. Marion Klaus to lead Yellow Pine trail Uintas.. This will be a moderate hike of 5 miles with 1280 ft elevation gain on the Yellow Pine Trail in the Uintas. A recreation pass or national park pass is required for parking. Dogs are welcome. This is an out and back hike, so if you want a shorter hike, it is possible to turn around at the second bridge for a hike that is just under 4 miles with 945 ft elevation gain. The creek is all along the way to provide water for dogs. Meet at Quinns Junction in parking lot by soccer fields to carpool to trailhead at 9:30am. If you have questions, please call Marion at 801-440-4385. If weather is prohibitive, an email will be sent out by 8am
HikeHike Mormon Trail, Little DellMorman Trail at Little DellWed, Oct 19 Moderate hike The Mormon Pioneer Trail…the OTHER side We’ll head up the Mormon Pioneer Trail from the Little Dell Reservoir area up to Big Mountain Pass. 7 miles out and back, 1,400 feet of climbing, with stunning views at the top (bring a snack or early lunch to enjoy there). Sorry dogs are not allowed on this side of the canyon. Meet in the parking lot at PC Bagel in Pinebrook for a PROMPT 9:00 departure. Should be back by 1:00ish. Ellen Sherk; 215-983-9224 ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeModerate Hike Glenwilde GlenwildeSunday,October, 23 moderate hike at Glenwild: Meet at Kimball junction at Petco 9:30 am. We will carpool to trailhead. The hike is about 4 miles, 1,000 ft elevation. Dogs are welcome. If question call Annemarie at 801-466-1972-cell 801-706-5117.
HikeMODERATE HIKE - SWEENY'S SWITCHBACKS & JOHN'S TRAILFIRST TIME LIFT AT PARK CITY

Wednesday, Sept. 21 - Moderate hike

Lori Tarmey will lead a moderate hike on Sweeny's Switchbacks and John's Trail above Old Town.  This will be about a 5 mile hike to the top of Payday Lift with about 1,200 feet vertical and will take about 3 hours.  The Fall leaves should be beautiful.  

Meet in the parking lot near First Time Lift at PCMR for an on-time departure of 9:30am to carpool to the trailhead on Upper Lowell.  (Parking is limited.).

Bring a snack or lunch to enjoy at the top.  Dogs welcome.Don't forget the Four Hiking Essentials.

Contact Lori with any questions at 954-444-9723 or LATarmey@comcast.net.

HikeModerate Hike Dog LakePark City BagelsDan Albano will lead a moderate hike to Dog Lake in Big Cottonwood Canyon, technically Mill Creek. This is a 5 mile out and back hike to the lake with about 1,400 vertical feet and it will last about 2.5 to 3.0 hours.   This hike starts out somewhat steeply and becomes a gradual hike that is mostly in the shade. Meet at PC Bagels in Pinebrook at 9:00 to carpool to the trail head. This is a popular hike and the parking lot fills up. There is a $3.00 per car fee. Bring a snack or lunch to enjoy at the lake. Contact Dan with any questions at 978 549-5328 (c) or dan.r.albano@gmail.com . Dogs are welcome (as it is Dog Lake) and don't forget the Six Hiking Essentials. This hike starts at the Big Water Traihead. To get to the Big Water Traihead start by getting off of I-215 at 3900 South. Turn right on to Wasatch Blvd. Turn left on to Millcreek Canyon dr. Continue driving up the road as it makes its way up Millcreek Canyon. Drive until the end of the road (about 9 miles) and park at the well marked trailhead.
HikeHike of Silence- Moderate HikeWasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive)
We'll hike up the Rogue Trails around Rob’s Trail...silently. This will be a challenge for us, but unless we hike alone, we rarely get to hear the wind in the trees, or the birds chirping in those trees. We can socialize before we start, once we get to the top, and of course once we get down. SUPER steep at the beginning, 1,000 vertical feet in our first mile. Great views at our 1-mile snack stop, then we’ll walk on another rogue trail along the ridge to Olympic Park. 4 miles, 1100 vertical feet total. Dogs are welcome. Meet in the parking lot at Wasatch Bagels (1300 Snowcreek Drive) for an on time departure of 10:00. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeHike - Semi StrenuousWasatch BagelsDavid Anderson will lead a semi strenuous hike of the Long Lake Loop in the Uinta Mountains. We will leave the loop and explore Duck, Island and Marjorie Lakes, which are off of the loop. There is little elevation gain (less than 1,500 feet) and will take around five to six hours. We will proceed at a brisk pace to cover the distance, perhaps ten to twelve miles depending where we wander. The hike starts and finishes at the Crystal Lake Trailhead. There are no challenging elements to this hike. This is a very pleasant walking area. We should visit around ten lakes and some additional ponds. Meet at Wasatch Bagels at 8:30 a.m. and carpool to the trailhead (mile marker 25.5). Anticipate the possibility of cool or wet weather. Dogs are invited to participate. If snow is possible consider bringing spikes for your shoes and sticks as well as the four essentials. For more information contact the leader David Anderson, 801.599.0618 or danderson@dcalaw.org.  
HikeMOD+ (Moderate Plus) Hike Kimball Junction Petco Parking LotWe'll hike Flying Dog...the whole thing. This is a Moderate Plus (MOD+) hike; 8 miles, 1200 feet of vertical. You MUST be able to maintain an average pace of 2.5 mph. Bring lunch. Dogs welcome. Meet in the Kimball Junction Petco parking lot for an on-time departure of 9:00. We should be back to the parking lot between 1:30 and 2:00. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeCobblestone Trail/GlenwildePetco Parking Lot in Kimball Junction
Cobblestone Trail/Glenwilde
Easy/moderate hike at Cobblestone Trail, 800’ vertical, 4.5 miles, about2.5 hours.
Dogs welcome.  Meet at parking lot near Petco in Kimball Junction at 9:30 to carpool to trailhead. DON'T FORGET TO FALL BACK ONE HOUR SAT NIGHT!!!  Leaders Marion Klaus 801-440-4385, Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233
HikeMoab Trip 05/05/2017-05/13/2017 Moab, UtahMore details to follow – Click to see a schedule of events. This will be an RSVP event to get an idea of who  will attend and when I will expect to see your smiling face(s) . Please RSVP - to to this link ...... then click on "Sign Up" then "Submit and Sign Up" and enter your information to RSVP. Participants must provide their own transportation and lodging. Make your lodging reservations as soon as possible. Moab is about 5 hours from Park City. Don Winsor for additional information; wd40rider@gmail.com; 801-673-5866).

Location Moab, Utah

Leader Don Winsor
Hikesemi-strenuous hike in the woods above BrightonPark City Bagels (Pinebrook)Sunday, November 13, 2016, a semi-strenuous walk in the woods above Brighton. Meet informally at 8:45 a.m., in front of Park City Bagels (Pinebrook) and carpool to the parking area for Silver Lake, Brighton and meet the leader David Anderson at 9:30 a.m. We will pass Silver Lake continuing past Twin Lakes and through a saddle into Solitude Ski Area, near the Black Bess Shaft. We then will follow a trail below a ski lift for a bit, then turning right and returning to Silver Lake. This will have less than 1000’ gain with perhaps 8 miles of hiking requiring 5 hours. There probably will be some snow and may be icy in places so spikes for your shoes and poles may be helpful. I have does this before, but only once, so there will be some route finding. There is nothing particularly challenging about this excursion. Bring a snack, some fluids and the four essentials. Please contact the leader David Anderson (801.599.0618, danderson@dcalaw.org), with questions.  
HikeModerate hike; Yellow Pine TrailQuinns Junction near soccer field bathroomsHike on Sunday on Yellow Pine Trail, approximately 5.2 miles round trip.  Elevation gain less than 1000 ft. Moderate hike with a trail that may require Yak Trax.  Bring a snack and dogs are allowed.  Meet at Quinns Junction near soccer field bathrooms for departure at 9:30, carpooling can be arranged then.  National Forest Pass is required to be displayed on car dash board.  Total time for hike is about 4 hours.  Remember the rules of hiking.  Temperature tomorrow will be in the 40's to low 50's. John Miller; 724.244.3576
HikeSnow Hike, Moderate Plus (MOD+) - Empire PassWasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive)
Moderate Plus (MOD+) Snow Hike We will hike up Empire Pass road to old Empire Pass road then, proceed towards the top of the Empire Lift. After exploring the Empire area of Deer Valley we will return.  The vertical gain is approximately 1000 feet with a round trip distance of approximately 5 miles. Expected duration is 4+ hours at a reasonable brisk pace. Hiking conditions are packed snow, crusted tracked snow and some fluffy stuff. Snowshoes and / or yak trax optional. If we have new snow for this hike then snowshoes and / or yak trax may be necessary. Plan on lunch / snack break at the top weather permitting. Dogs welcome.  SUGGESTED: Avalanche beacon, shovel and probe. Avalanche rescue and CPR training.  Meet at the parking lot by Wasatch Bagel and Grill (on Snow Creek Dr.) for an on-time departure of 11:00 AM; we will return back to the Wasatch Bagel parking area around 3:30 PM.  Expect cool temperatures, layered clothing, gloves, hat(s), sunglasses and sunscreen may be in order. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Snowshoe/X-Country Essentials.  Don Winsor (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866)
HikeYaktrax/Microspike hike, moderateBottom of the Silver Star liftWe'll start on Dawn's Trail and head up to Armstrong. Unless it snows Saturday night, snowshoes are not necessary, but Yaktrax or Microspikes and poles are strongly recommended.  6.4 miles, 1,250 feet of elevation, we should be back to the cars by 12:30. Hiking in snow is VERY different than hiking on dirt trails, so know your ability. Meet at the bottom of the Silver Star lift in Silver Star for an on-time departure of 9:00. Please park in the lower lot. Dogs welcome. Snow is predicted for Sunday, and we will still go out. Ellen Sherk, 215.983.9224, ellensherk@gmail.com
HikeSilver King Coalition Mill Moderate Plus (MOD+) Snow HikeBottom of the Town Lift (by the Bridge Café and GrillSilver King Coalition Mill Moderate Plus (MOD+) Snow Hike Sunday, December 4th 2016 11:00 AM (departure time) We will hike Sweeney Switchbacks Access, South Sweeney and Johns to the Silver King Coalition Mill and return. The vertical gain is approximately 1,200 feet with a round trip distance of approximately 7 miles. Expected hiking duration is 4+ hours at a reasonable brisk pace. Hiking conditions are packed snow, crusted tracked snow and some fluffy stuff. Snowshoes and / or yak trax optional. If we have new snow for this hike, then snowshoes and / or yak trax may be necessary. Weather permitting we will have lunch or a snack break at the Silver King Coalition Mill picnic table before we turn around and head back. SUGGESTED: Avalanche beacon, shovel and probe. Avalanche rescue and CPR training. Meet at the bottom of the Town Lift (by the Bridge Café and Grill) in Park City for an on-time departure of 11:00 AM. This is NOT for brand new hikers, you must have good hiking skills and endurance. Expect cool temperatures, layered clothing, gloves, hat(s), sunglasses and sunscreen may be in order. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Snowshoe/X-Country Essentials. Don Winsor (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866) Location: Bottom of the Town Lift (by the Bridge Café and Grill)  
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group Martha Griffin home1678E Redstone Ave 207-604-0994
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch group Ann Deutschlander home1291 Black rock Trail, 716-472-7461
Knit & Stitchknit and Stitch Group Lyn Nadel Home12547 Deer Mountain Blvd ,305-479-8190
Knit & Stitchknit and stitch group, Home of Jennifer Gurs654 Rossi Hill Drive, 301-467-5778
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group Judy Friedman9191 Upper Lando Lane, Jeremy Ranch847-800-6896
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group Bette Scarlet2792 Four Lakes Dr., PC
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch BlueMoon Alpaca FarmMeet at Dog Park parking lot at Quinn's Junct. 11:30 am. Carpool to lunch at Mirror Lake Diner in Kamas followed by Knit and stitch at Blue Moon Alpaca Ranch  Address: 3535 S 1000 E, Kamas, UT 84036
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group-Caryn Harkins home2776 Four Lakes Drive 978-314-0021 caryn.harkins@me.com
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group- Amanda Norton's home9073 Upper Lando Lane Jeremy Ranch, 703-229-9875 amandanorton1@yahoo.com  
Knit & StitchKnit and Stitch Group- Lisa Bedell"s home3366 Crestline Dr., PC 917-838-4420 lisabedell@gmail.com
SkiSki Lesson 01/10PCMR Top of Bonanza LiftFree lessons, at the blue level will be given by Stan Zionts (a certified PSIA instructor) on Thursdays Jan 10 and Feb 7 (you can do either one or both sessions, so long as there is sufficient space; priority for a second session requested will be lower than the first – so please list which session is your first priority). If there are enough requests for a “light blue” session, Stan will designate one of the sessions as a light blue session. We will meet at 9:30am by the demo center at PCMR near the top of the Bonanza lift both days. Stan is at szionts@buffalo.edu or 716-633-2429. Be sure to give your name, email address, and phone numbers, both home and cell, and whether you are a blue skier or a light blue skier. You must be able to get down blue slopes (easy blues for a light blue session). The number of participants per session will be limited to eight. If you are unable to make a session that you are confirmed for, please let Stan know as early as possible; typically the sessions are popular, and there is a waiting list.
SkiSki PC, Mondays Inside the Miners Camp Restaurant at the bottom of the Silverload liftDon Winsor (801-673-5866) will lead a dbl blue, black, dbl black group including tree skiing and George Zimmer (631-678-1337) will lead a blue, dbl blue group.
SkiSki Canyons, Sundays Inside Red Pine lodge at the top of the gondolaSun, at Canyons: Robin Reade (860-989-1519) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing and Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233) will lead a blue, dbl blue group.  Barry Brodsky (847-997-2003) will assist with the blue, dbl blue group from 2/2 until 3/15.
SkiSki Deer Valley, Mondays The "beach" at Silver Lake in between the restaurant and Sterling lift or inside the Silver Lake Restaurant if you are earlyMon, at Deer Valley: Pris (435-659-6726) and Bill (435-659-6725) Watson will lead blue, dbl blue, black groups including tree skiing.  They will split into as many as four groups to accommodate different ability levels.
SkiSki PC, Sundays Inside the Miners Camp Restaurant at the bottom of the Silverload liftSun, at PC: John Logan (801-243-6833) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing and Bette Scarlet (508-769-6975) will lead a blue, dbl blue group.  Jere (920-946-2744) and Diane Bremer and Howard Carrey (386-527-8401) will be back ups for Bette.
SkiTipsy and Taco Tuesdays Inside the Miners Camp Restaurant at the bottom of the Silverload liftTues, at PC, Tipsy and Taco Tuesdays: Wendy Roberts (435-640-2712), Diane Jamail (713-299-6771),  Ray Naudain (713-494-9145), and Diane Conley (804-239-6141) will lead blue, dbl blue, easy black groups.  If it is a powder day Don Winsor (801-673-5866) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing.  Meet at 10:45. The group will not stop for lunch, but will stop around 2:30 for happy hour at Baja Cantina.  Due to varying circumstances (weather, snow conditions etc) the groups may decide to meet after skiing from 1:00pm on.  
SkiSki PC, Wednesdays Inside the Miners Camp Restaurant at the bottom of the Silverload liftWed, at PC:  John Logan (801-243-6833) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing, Howard Kantor (413-695-0277) will lead a blue, dbl group and Helen Zimmer (631-235-9070) will lead a blue group.
SkiSki Deer Valley, Thursdays The "beach" at Silver Lake in between the restaurant and Sterling lift or inside the Silver Lake Restaurant if you are earlyThurs, at Deer Valley: Vince Gilotti (610-390-1310), Jon Burke (508-243-4712), Bill Mitchell (603-996-1420), Steve Pohlman (435-901-4186) and John Logan (801-243-6833) will lead blue, dbl blue, black groups including tree skiing.  They will split into as many as four groups to accommodate different ability levels.
SkiSki Canyons, Thursdays Inside Red Pine lodge at the top of the gondolaBob (435-565-0443) and Sharon (860-214-8147) Heckman will lead an advanced all mountain group seeking out the best snow for skiers on blues and blacks.  This group will meet at 10:30.  On powder days Frank Traczyk (801-209-9092) will lead a dbl blue, black ski group including tree skiing, and that group will meet at 10:00.
SkiSki PC, Fridays Inside the Miners Camp Restaurant at the bottom of the Silverload liftFri, at PC:  Jay Zorzy (858-761-1680) and Bruce McLeod (916-207-6410) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing, and Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233) will lead a blue, dbl blue group.
SkiSki Canyons, Saturdays Inside Red Pine lodge at the top of the gondolaSat, at Canyons: David Anderson (801-599-0618) will lead a dbl blue, black group including tree skiing.
Snowshoe/YakTraxX-country Snowbasin 1/2/16 Snowbasin Nordic CenterSat, Jan 2   Activity: Moderate cross-country classic skiing or snowshoeing at Snowbasin Nordic Center in Ogden Canyon (Huntsville)—it is an out and back trail with gradual elevation gain as you go out. If skiing, should have experience skiing downhill on cross-country skis.   Leader(s): Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578, Don Twiggs – 860-989-1517, & Robin Reade   Depart/Return: Meet Kathy at 10 am in Kimball Junction in the parking lot by Park City Roaster—1680 W Ute Blvd (across from Smiths); OR meet Twiggy/Robin at 10:15 at the Best Western in Coalville. (Take exit 162 off of I-80 (Coleville Exit), go left at the end of the exit ramp, go over I-80 and to a gas station/Best Western—avoid on ramp onto I-80). Will carpool to Snowbasin, an hour’s drive. Will ski for a couple hours and then have lunch at Snowbasin.  Will return around 3 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water & sandwich/snack; cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles OR snowshoes, YakTrax, hiking poles & waterproof winter hiking boots: cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. No fees to use Snowbasin Nordic Center trails. If snowshoeing, can bring dogs.  
Snowshoe/YakTrax12/31/16 Toll Canyon SnowshoeToll CanyonSaturday, 12/31   Activity: Moderate 3-4 mile Snowshoe or YakTrax Hike in Toll Canyon with climb to Summit vistas.     Leader: Jeri Brooke, 847-525-5433 & Sheri Thomas, 435-640-9535   Depart/Return: Meet at 10:30 am in parking lot by Park City Bagel, 3126 Quarry Rd, Park City, UT   Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions); hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers  
Snowshoe/YakTrax1/20/16 Full Moon Snowshoe2000 Evening Star DrWed, Jan 20   Activity: Apres Ski and Full Moon moderate snowshoe or YakTrax hike up PC Hill home to greet the “almost” full moon. If you will attend the social, RSVP to Debbie DiBiase at: dddib02@aol by January 17. Bring an appetizer or cookies to share.   Leader(s): Debbie DiBiase – 310-995-7037 & Dave DiBiase 213-392-1166   Depart/Return: Meet at 6:00 p.m. at the DiBiase’s home, 2000 Evening Star Drive.  Social 6-7:00 pm. Hike 7-8:30 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax depending on snow conditions; hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. No dogs.   
Snowshoe/YakTrax2/3/16 X-country ski Cedar Hollow TrailCedar Hollow Trail, UintasWed, Feb 3 Brunch at Woodland Biscuit Company, then Moderate and intermediate cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on the Cedar Hollow Trail in the Uinta Mts. Gradual elevation gain on a wide path that leads back into a beautiful wilderness area. Total distance is about 6 miles. The trailhead is off of State Rd 35, past Kamas/Francis/Woodland, across from Beach Creek Rd/mile marker 8; about 3.8 miles beyond the church.    Leader(s): Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578 & Ellen Sherk – 215-983-9224   Depart/Return:Meet at 10 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park). Will return back to Quinn’s Junction by 3:00 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water & snack; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. For moderate skiers: cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles. For Intermediate Skiers: metal-edge backcountry skis, boots, & poles for touring—poles with larger bales & and an adjustable length work best. Skins are not needed. If you have no-wax skis, please apply glide wax to them. No dogs.  
Snowshoe/YakTraxSnowshoe Dutch HollowDutch Hollow, MidwaySat, Feb 6  Activity: Easy Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike at Dutch Hollow in Midway: enjoy the vistas on the 3-mile Burnt Ridge to Sage Loop; followed by lunch at Tarahumara in Midway. Leader(s): Debbie DiBiase – 310-995-7037, dddib02@aol.com & Dave DiBiase 213-392-1166 Depart/Return: Meet at 9:30 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park); return back to parking area around 2:30 pm. Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions) & hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. Can bring dogs.    
Snowshoe/YakTrax2/13/16 Snowshoe Yellow Pine TrailYellow Pine Trail, Mirror Lake HwySat. Feb 13  Activity: Moderate Snowshoeing Hike on Yellow Pine Trail (rather than the Mine Trail—change due to parking/trail access issues) in the Uinta Mts. Will park in the Yellow Pine Trail parking lot located on the left side of Mirror Lake Hiway—just before the fee station, 6 miles up from the right turn in Kamas. There is an outhouse at the trailhead. Will hike for 2.5 hours—including a lunch break on the trail, and conclude with Valentines treats. Will snowshoe in 2 groups—moderate-paced and brisk-paced. Both groups will hike for approximately 2.5 hours, with one group traveling about 2.5 miles (approx. 500 feet elevation gain) and one group traveling about 4 miles (approx. 650 ft elevation gain). Leaders: Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233, hunt5994@bellsouth.net, Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578, kathy.becker.email@gmail.com, and David Maxfield – 801-318-8947.  Depart: Meet at 10:30 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park); return back to parking area around 2:45 pm. For people who drive, there is a $6 Mirror Lake Hiway parking fee (unless you have a National Parks Pass, which must be displayed). Bring your pass if you have one. Carpoolers are encouraged to assist with travel and parking fee expenses.  Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes & hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. Please bring a sandwich and snack to eat on the trail, and a Valentines treat to share after the hike. No dogs.    
Snowshoe/YakTrax2/17/16 Snowshoe Spring Trail, PinebrookSpring Trail, PinebrookWed, Feb 17   Activity: Easy and moderate snowshoe/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions) walk/hike on Spring Trail, in  Pinebrook, followed by lunch at a restaurant in Quarry Village.  Group will be divided into 2 groups—1 at a walking pace that covers a shorter distance, and 1 at a moderate hiking pace that goes further and higher.   Leader(s):  Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233   Depart/Return: Meet at 10 am in parking lot by Park City Bagels in Quarry Village (3126 Quarry Rd); return back to PC Bagel by 12:45 pm   Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions); hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Can bring dogs.  
Snowshoe/YakTrax2/24/16 Snowshoe Wasatch State ParkWasatch Mtn State ParkWed, Feb 24   Activity: Easy snowshoe/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions) hike at Wasatch State Park in Midway, then lunch at Tarahumara in Midway.   Leader(s): Debbie DiBiase – 310-995-7037 & Dave DiBiase – 213-392-1166.   Depart/Return: Meet at 9 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park); return back to parking area around 2:30 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions) & hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Can bring dogs.  
Snowshoe/YakTrax2/2716 Nobletts Creek TrailNobletts Creek, UintasSat, Feb Activity: Intermediate OR Easy/Moderate snowshoe (NOT YakTrax)  outings, Nobletts Trail followed by lunch at the The Biscuit Company in Woodland. 1.Intermediate Snowshoe Hike on the Upper Nobletts Trail: Steady out-and-back hike up a steep trail, rewarded by nice views. Total distance is about 4 miles. Elevation gain is about 600 feet.  2. Easy/Moderate Snowshoe Hike on the Nobletts Creek Trail: Gentle out-and-back hike in a beautiful canyon. Total distance is about 2 miles. The parking and trailheads for each outing are located off of State Rd 35, south of Kamas/Francis/Woodland, at the point where the road closes in the winter. There is an outhouse by the parking area.  Leader(s): Intermediate: Kathy Becker - 435-714-9578, kathy.becker.email@gmail.com & David Maxfield - 801-318-8947. Easy/Moderate: Susan Price - 917- 664-2283, sprice78@yahoo.com & CiCi Compton, 801-455-3689, cicicompton@msn.com  
   Depart/Return: Meet at 9:30 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn's Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park). Will return back to Quinn's by 2:30 pm
 
  Wear/Bring: Water & snack; snowshoes; hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. No dogs on the Intermediate Upper Nobletts outing. Can bring dogs on the Easy/Moderate Nobletts Creek outing, but please note that the hike is on a narrow trail adjacent to a creek.
Wear/Bring: Water & sandwich/snack; snowshoes; hiking poles; waterproof winter hikng boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Can bring dogs, but please note that the easy group hike is on a narrow trail adjacent to a creek.        
Snowshoe/YakTrax3/12/16 Snowshoe Shingle Creek TrailShingle CreekSat, Mar 12   Activity: An “end-of-season” easy, moderate, and fast-paced afternoon snowshoe/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions) hike on the Shingle Creek Trail in the Uinta Mts, followed by dinner and a live band at the Notch Pub along Mirror Lake Hwy; (Sunset is at 7:30 pm); At the trailhead, people will divide into 3 groups: an easy group hiking at a slower pace and covering about 4 miles; a moderate group hiking at a steady pace and covering about 6 miles, and a fast-paced group hiking at a brisk pace and covering about 8 miles. Appreciate RSVPs to xctrysnowshoe@gmail.com for dinner by Wednesday, March 9.  People can go on the trip and return to Park City after hiking—but it is more fun to stay for dinner/dance.   Leader(s): Debbie DiBiase – 310-995-7037, Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233, & Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578   Depart/Return: Meet at 3 pm in the parking lot by Wasatch Bagel & Grill (1300 Snow Creek Dr); return back to Wasatch Bagel around 9 pm. For people who drive, there is a $6 Mirror Lake Hiway parking fee (unless you have a National Parks Pass, which must be displayed). Carpoolers can assist with this cost.   Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions); hiking poles; waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Also bring a change of clothes for dinner and dancing at the Pub. Can bring dogs—but not into the restaurant.
Snowshoe/YakTraxFeb 21 16 Full Moon SnowshoeJordanelleSun, Feb. 21: Soup Dinner and Full Moon Snowshoe. RSVP to polistin@bellsouth.netby Fri, Feb 19  Activity: Après Social and Easy Full Moon Snowshoe at the Jordanelle Reservoir. This will be a 2.5 mile out and back hike with 300 ft elevation gain on the way back. We will leave from the Polistina's and hike out to a point on the Jordanelle Reservoir. Leaders: Teresa Polistina 954-242-2373, polistin@bellsouth.net and Terry Polistina 954-294-8813. Depart/Return: Meet at the Polistina's (9970 Vista Dr, Heber City—use Google Maps) at 5:30 pm for some nourishment before a moonlight hike. Teresa will make soup and hot spiced wine. Please bring a small appetizer, side, or dessert to share. Will start snowshoeing around 7:00 pm and finish by around 8:30 pm.  Wear/Bring: Water; snowshoes/YakTrax (depending on snow conditions), hiking poles, & waterproof winter hiking boots; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. No dogs.  
Snowshoe/YakTraxSnowshoe/YakTrax Hike, ModerateWasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive)Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike: Tuesday, December 13 We will hike around April Mountain, starting in Solamere area. Trails include Lost Prospector and Masonic. This moderate 3.5-4.0 mile hike begins with a 600 foot elevation gain, then levels into rolling moderate terrain. With the new snow coming in next few days, we anticipate we might be breaking trail. Bring a hearty snack and drink. Dogs allowed but please bring a leash, in case of wildlife encounters. Meet in parking lot at Wasatch Bagels & Grill (on Snowcreek Drive) for a 9:30 departure. Will return by 1:00. Leaders: Debbie and Dave DiBiase, 310-995-7037, and Lisa Hunter, 770-630-2233
Snowshoe/YakTraxPOSTPONED -Almost Full Moon Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike and Apres Hike Social-POSTPONEDHome of Debbie and Dave DiBiase

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, DUE TO THE INCOMING SNOWSTORM

    “Almost Full Moon” Evening Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike and Apres Hike Social Greet the Almost Full Moon with a hike up PC Hill and view the city lights. The loop hike is about 2-1/2 miles with a short neighborhood walk to North 40 and the hike start. Elevation gain is about 500 feet.   Bring a headlamp if you have one; water, hiking poles, snowshoes/yaktrax (conditions will dictate what equipment we’ll need). Sorry, no dogs.
  • Meet at: Home of Debbie and Dave DiBiase, 2000 Evening Star Drive, Park City (Park Meadows area)
  • Time: Meet at the DiBiase’s house for an on-time departure of 5:30 p.m. We will hike until about 7:30. Then join us for Apres Hike Social back at the house.
  • Bring: Appetizer or cookies and your libation. Hot Cider will be provided.
Leaders: Debbie DiBiase (host) 310.995.7037, dddib02@aol.com, and Ellen Sherk 215.983.9224 ellensherk@gmail.com
Snowshoe/YakTraxModerate and Semi-Strenuous Snowshoe/ Yak Trax hike on Yellow Pine Trail in the Uinta Mountains.Quinn's Junction Sports ComplexActivity: Moderate and Semi-Strenuous Snowshoe/ Yak Trax hike on Yellow Pine Trail in the Uinta Mountains. Where/ time to meet for carpooling: Quinn's Junction Sports Complex parking lot by bathrooms above dog park. Meet for a 9:00 am on time departure. Participants will have a choice between a steady or brisk-paced hiking group, hiking for approximately 2.5 hours, covering between 3-5 miles. The trail is an out and back and begins with a gentle but steady incline and becomes steeper the further you go. Elevation gain will be between 500-700 feet. Leaders: Lori Tarmey 954-444-9723.  LATarmey@comcast.net; Stacie Hogan 954-309-4513.  staciesue@yahoo.com
Snowshoe/YakTraxSnowshoe/Yak Trax HikeQuinns Junction Sports Complex parking lotSnowshoe/Yak Trax Hike: Easy 3 mile loop (depending on snow conditions) on gentle trails by the Daniel’s Summit Lodge, elevation gain less than 500 feet. Daniels Summit is located on Hwy 40, approximately 30 miles past Heber.   Join us for an optional group lunch at the Daniels Summit Lodge Pole Grill. Where/time to meet for carpooling:  Quinns Junction Sports Complex parking lot, by the bathrooms, above the dog park.  Meet for a 9:00 a.m. ontime departure.  Will return around 12:30 (if not staying for lunch); or 1:30, if staying for lunch. Bring: Snowshoes and/or Yak Trax (conditions will dictate equipment needs), poles, water, snack.  Dogs allowed Leader(s): Debbie DiBiase – 310-995-7037, dddib02@aol.com , Dave DiBiase – 213-392-1166,  Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233
Snowshoe/YakTraxExploratory Snowshoe Moderate Plus (MOD+)Park City Bagels (Pinebrook)Exploratory Snowshoe Moderate Plus (MOD+) Do you have a sense of adventure? Come explore a few trails in Summit Park. I haven’t had a chance to preview this, so I can’t give you an accurate distance or elevation. 5-7 miles, 1,000-1,500 feet of elevation, 3-5 hours. Dogs are welcome. This is rated MOD+ because of the pace, conditions, terrain, and the fact that I didn’t preview it. Know your fitness level, this is not for new showshoers. Bring a lunch to eat on the trail. Meet in the parking lot of Park City Bagels (Pinebrook) for an on-time departure of 9:00. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
Snowshoe/YakTraxSemi-strenuous to strenuous Snowshoe Hike to Shingle CreekKamas FoodtownSemi-strenuous to strenuous snowshoe hike February 5, departing parking lot of Foodtown grocery store in Kamas (park in western side of parking lot). On-time departure of 8:30 am, car pooling is required. Hike will be about 2.5 miles in snow with our own route and trail breaking. Elevation change will be about 600 ft. Hiking time is 3 hours. Dogs are allowed, providing they can deal with 12 to 18 inches of snow. The route will include up and down mountain terrain. Bring an energy snack, water, dress for outside conditions in which there is a significant amount of excercise. Since we'll be breaking trail, bring some type of eye protection such as glasses or goggles. Photo ops are everywhere. John Miller;  jmiller200725@yahoo.com.
Snowshoe/YakTraxModerate and Semi-Strenuous Snowshoe/Yak Trax hike on Yellow Pine Trail in the Uinta MountainsQuinn's Junction Sports Complex parking lotModerate and Semi-Strenuous Snowshoe/Yak Trax hike on Yellow Pine Trail in the Uinta Mountains. Where/ time to meet for carpooling: Quinn's Junction Sports Complex parking lot by bathrooms above dog park. Meet for a 9:00 am on time departure. Participants will have a choice between a steady or brisk-paced hiking group, hiking for approximately 2.5 hours, covering between 3-5 miles. The trail is an out and back and begins with a gentle but steady incline and becomes steeper the further you go. Elevation gain will be between 500-700 feet. Leaders: Lori Tarmey (moderate leader) 954-444-9723. LATarmey@comcast.net; Diane Conley (semi-strenuous leader) 804-239-6141 conleyfd@gmail.com
Snowshoe/YakTrax“Full Moon” Evening Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike and Après Hike SocialHome of Debbie and Dave DiBiase“Full Moon” Evening Snowshoe/YakTrax Hike and Après Hike Social Greet the Full Moon with a hike up PC Hill and view the city lights. The loop hike is about 2-1/2 miles with a short neighborhood walk to North 40 Fields and the hike start. Elevation gain is about 500 feet.   Bring a headlamp if you have one; water, hiking poles, snowshoes/yaktrax (conditions will dictate what equipment we’ll need). Sorry, no dogs. Date: Saturday, February 11
  • Meet at: Home of Debbie and Dave DiBiase, 2000 Evening Star Drive, Park City (Park Meadows area)
  • Time:   Arrive at 6:00 for an on time 6:30 hike departure. We will hike until about 8:00. Then join us for Après Hike Social back at the house.
  • Bring: Appetizer or cookies and your libation.  Hot Cider will be provided.
Leaders/Hosts: Dave DiBiase 213.392.1166 and Debbie DiBiase 310.995.7037, dddib02@aol.com
Snowshoe/YakTraxSemi-strenuous to strenuous snowshoe hike to Shingle Creek, UintasParking lot of Foodtown grocery store in KamasSemi-strenuous to strenuous snowshoe hike February 19, departing parking lot of Foodtown grocery store in Kamas (park in western side of parking lot). On-time departure of 8:30 am, car pooling is required. Hike will be about 2.5 miles in snow with our own route and trail breaking. Elevation change will be about 600 ft. Hiking time is 3 hours. Dogs are allowed, providing they can deal with 12 to 18 inches of snow. The route will include up and down mountain terrain. Bring an energy snack, water, dress for outside conditions in which there is a significant amount of excercise. Since we'll be breaking trail, bring some type of eye protection such as glasses or goggles. Photo ops are everywhere. John Miller; 724.244.3576;  jmiller200725@yahoo.com.
SocialUniversity of Utah Women’s Gymnasticsthe Huntsman Center Field HouseUniversity of Utah Women’s Gymnastics Friday, March 4th PCMSC’s annual visit to watch the Lady Utes is always a big hit. Every year we sell out our allotment of 36 tickets. This year we will watch the Lady Utes on Friday, March 4th, at 7:00 PM at the Huntsman Center Field House against the University of Florida Gators. Dinner beforehand is at 5:15 PM at the Red Robin Restaurant, across from Foothill Village, at 1313 Foothill Drive (telephone 801-582-0632). The University of Utah is perennially one of the top-ranked gymnastics teams in the U.S., and they have been NCAA Champions nine times over the last 35 years (second only to Georgia’s ten championships). Utah has led the NCAA in attendance 26 times and holds all attendance records – season average and individual meet. Last year against Georgia, Utah set the new NCAA record with an overflow crowd of 15,552. In their opening meet on January 7th, Utah beat #1 ranked UCLA 195.7-195.3 and is now ranked #3. Our March 4th opponent, Florida, is the new #1 ranked team. To sign up for our PCMSC event, call Charlie Hawker at the number below. There is an absolute limit of 36 tickets at only $4.00 each. Deadline to pay for tickets is Friday, February 25 – cash or checks payable to Charles Hawker and mailed to him at 6450 Crest Mount Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84121. First come, first served! When the 36 tickets are gone, we can’t purchase any more. For more information or to sign up, call Charlie at 801-272-1411 evenings, 801-584-5261 days, or email at hawkercd@aruplab.com.
SocialTGIF - Potluckat Rob & Jeri Brookes9036 N. Sackett Drive847.525.5433
SocialTHANKSGIVING POINT TULIP FESTIVALMeet at Smiths parking lotWe have planned a day trip to the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival on Friday, April 20, 2012. We are not able to schedule a bus for this outing so it will be a carpool. The plan is to leave from the Smith's parking lot in Kimball Junction at 10:00 am sharp and to return around 4:00pm. You may stay later if your carpool wants to attend later events.  Also, please give the driver money for gas. The entrance fee to the park is $9 for seniors and $10 for adults that have not yet achieved their senior status. You will be responsible for paying the entrance fee when we arrive at the park. The Thanksgiving Point schedule for the day follows: FRIDAY, APRIL 20 • 12 noon: Garden Tour (back patio of Garden's Visitor Center) • 1 pm: Gardening Demo - Weed Control (Creek Garden) • 2 pm: Musical Performance by CrosStrung (Waterfall Amphitheater) • 4 pm: Gardening Demo - Tomatoes (Garden Path Greenhouse) • 5 pm: Gardens Tree Tour (back patio of Garden's Visitor Center) http://www.thanksgivingpoint.com/calendar/events/tulipfestival/index.html Please contact Kitty at kittyimskier@aol.com for more information and to let her know if you are coming. Kitty Imdahl, Winter Sports Director, Park City Mountain Sports Club
SocialDogs & SudsCity ParkWhen: Friday, June 17 at 6:00 PM Where: City Park, Park City (Old Miner's Hospital) What: BBQ Picnic with the Club providing all the food for only $10.00 per person To clear up some confusion on the activity.  We do not wash your dog and the only suds you will find will be in the beer you bring.  What we do is have a lot of fun at the annual BBQ with great brats,  sausages, baked beans, salads and desserts! We will provide lemonade and water. Otherwise, please BYOB. Being that all the food must be purchased in advance, please send your check for $10 each to be included on the list.  You must have paid in advance to receive a wrist band at the entrance. There are many jobs that still need volunteer help, signup now to help at this fun event. Unfortunately, we need to limit the numbers at the event and must have your check by Monday, June 13, so sign up now! Send a check made out to PCMSC for $10/ea to Lita Hoffmann, 2549 Silver Cloud Court, Park City, UT 84060. We hope to see you there to kick off the beginning of summer. Any questions email Judy Peterman at petermanjudy@gmail.com or Lita Hoffmann at litahoffmann@comcast.net
SocialTGIF - Molly Blooms Restaurant and Pub1680 W. Ute Blvd., Kimball Junction435.645.0844
SocialTGIF Tarahumara380 E. Main St., Midway, UT435.654.3465 info@tarahumara.biz  
SocialTGIF Butcher's Chophouse & Bar751 Main Street435.647.0040 butcherschophouse.com
SocialTGIF The Mustang890 Main Street, Park City435.658.3975 www.mustangparkcity.com
SocialTGIF Ruth's Chris Steak HouseHotel Park City 2001 Park Ave.435.940.5070
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Golf Club8770 North Jeremy Road, PCTGIF @ Jeremy Ranch Country Club, 6 p.m. Located at 8770 N. Jeremy Rd., PC 84098 In the Pier Room 435-649-2700
SocialTGIF NO TGIF HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SocialTGIF Good Thymes Bistro1456 New Park Blvd. #15 Kimball Junction/Redstone435.615.7090
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Golf Club8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City, UT 84098TGIF @ Jeremy Ranch Country Club, 6 p.m. Located at 8770 N. Jeremy Rd, PC 84098 In the Pier Room 435-649-2700
SocialTGIF Jupiter Bowl, the Lift Bar1090 Center Drive, Park City, UT 84098 (435) 315-2170,Kimball Junction/Redstone 1090 Center Drive, Park City
SocialTGIF Potluck at the Pohlman's1942 Evening Star Drive, PC, UT435.901.4186
SocialTGIF - Potluck David Lerner's7913 Gambel DrivePotluck at David Lerner’s, 7913 Gambel Drive - Pinebrook Park City 703-829-0681
SocialHALLOWEEN PARTY - The Christian Center1283 Deer Valley Dr, Park City, UT 84060Halloween "Spooktacular" at the Christian Center of Park City The party will start at 6:00 PM This will be a Pot Luck dinner and BYOB Scour your closets and/or costume stores select a costume.  There will be prizes awarded for various categories of costumes. SEE YOU THERE - IF YOU DARE!!
SocialHOLIDAY PARTYMarriott Hotel on Sidewinder
SocialTGIF Windy Ridge Cafe1250 Iron Horse Dr.,PC 84060, 435-647-0880
SocialTGIF: Potluck at Bill and Pris Watson's home 3070 Snowcloud Crc., PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Marvin Kablatznick's home7015 Canyon Dr., PC 84098, at the top of Pinebrook
SocialTGIF Rock and Reilly's427 Main St., Park City 435-655-2926
SocialTGIF Sushi Blue1571 Redstone Center Drive, Park City #140 at 5-7 p.m. 435-575-4272
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Rob & Jeri Brooke's 9036 Sackett Dr., PC 84098
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Chuck & Paddy Mollard's, 2100 Bear Hollow Dr, Park City 84098
SocialTGIF - Cicero's Ristorante 306 Main St. Park City
SocialTGIF - Ghidotti's 6030 N. Market Street, Park City 435-658-0669
SocialTGIF - No Name Saloon, 447 Main St., PC
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Lisa & Carl Jordan's home, Park Meadows, PC3082 Fairway Hills Court, PC 84060
SocialNO TGIF - Happy 4th of July
SocialTGIF - Jupiter Bowl Lift Room, 1090 Center Dr., PC 84098 435-776-3005
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Rich & Cherie Meeboer's, 6055 Trailside, PC 84098
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Bub Carlson's 790 Parkview Dr., PC 84098
SocialTGIF - The Crescent Room at Ruth Chris, 2001 Park Ave., PC 84060, 435-940-5070
SocialTGIF - Fuego's Pizzeria, 2001 Sidewinder, PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Park City Broiler, 1300 Snow Creek Dr. PC 84060 801-414-6944
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Margaret and Terry Riley's home12841 Slalom Run, Deer Mnt., UT 84036
SocialTGIF - Wasatch Brew Pub250 Main St., Park City 84060
SocialTGIF - Daly's Pub or Burgers & Burbon at the Montage (TBD)9100 Marsac Ave, PC, UT 84060
SocialTGIF - Park City Chinese and Thai1776 Park Ave #6 (near the theater)
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Sam (Elizabeth) Wilkerson's home2915 American Saddler, PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Potluck, co-hosted by Lisa Hunter and Karen Halverson 3325 Crestline Dr., Park City 84060
SocialTGIF - Jordanelle BBQJordanelle State Park

HOT FUN IN THE SUMMER

JORDANELLE STATE PARK - COVE 1 PAVILION

FRIDAY, July 17

  PCMSC has reserved "COVE 1" (instead of “Beach 1”) pavilion at the Jordanelle State Park from 8:00 AM until 10:00 PM. You are welcome to come anytime that fits your schedule.  The club will fire-up the grill and set tables, plates, utensils and napkins by 4:00 PM.  Bring whatever you would like to cook on the grill, your beverage of choice and a dish to share.  There will be water available. We hope some members will bring their boats, kayaks, canoes, SUPs, etc for fun on the water.  The Jordanelle marina offers a variety of watercraft rentals.  Their number is 435-615-7397. We look forward to seeing you at the Jordanelle for “Hot Fun in the Summer”. If you have any questions, please contact Paddy Mollard at 435-214-7567.
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Bill at Pris Watson's home3070 Snowcloud Circle, PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Potluck at the Park Edge Condominium ClubhousePark Edge off 248
SocialTGIF Flanagan's on Main438 Main St., PC 84060
SocialWinter Sports Kickoff/CelebrationSun Peak Clubhouse
SocialTGIF - Potluck at the Jaworski's3740 Wagon Wheel Way, Pinebrook
SocialTGIF - Potluck at John & Linda Miller's home
SocialTGIF - Volunteer appreciation dinner: BY INVITATION ONLY
SocialTGIF Jeremy Country Club Pier Bar The Pier Bar at Jeremy Country Club, 8770 N. Jeremy Rd., PC 84098 435-649-2700
SocialTGIF - The Spur Bar352 Main St. PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Red Rock Brewing1640 Redstone Center Drive, Park City, UT 84098 (435) 575-0295
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Barry and Linda Leaventon's2761 Estates Dr., PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Mike & Yvette Gallagher''s 5720 Browns Canyon Road, 84061
SocialTGIF - Good Karma1782 Prospector Avenue, Park City, UT 84060 (435) 658-0958
SocialTGIF Jeremy Country Club The Pier Bar, Jeremy Country Club, 8770 N. Jeremy Rd., PC 84098, 435-649-2700The Pier Bar, Jeremy Country Club 8770 N. Jeremy Rd. PC 84098 435-649-2700
SocialTHE BASHYARROW HOTELSee Social page
SocialTGIF - Summer Sport KickoffSun Peak Club HouseThere will be a “summer sports kick-off potluck” TGIF on Friday, April 10 at the Sun Peak Club house starting at 6:00 PM.  This is a BYOB event and participants are requested to bring a dish to share.  The purpose is to get together and hear from the various summer activities coordinators as to what is planned for 2015. Also, the coordinators will be looking for leaders for the various events, so please be ready to make a contribution to the success of the Club by volunteering.  
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Ellen & Chuck Well's home3798 Solamere Dr., PC 84060
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Barb LeMarrec's home2045 Mahre Dr., PC 84098
SocialTGIF - Potluck at Tom and Judy Miller's home836 River Birch Ct. , PC 84060
SocialHike Carb PartyFuego BistroLet’s carb up for our Sunday Timp hike. Saturday, July 25, 6:00; Meet at Fuego Bistro, 2001 Sidewinder Drive, Park City. RSVP by the 23rd to ellensherk@gmail.com; 215.983.9224
SocialTGIF - Flanagans on Main438 Main St., PC 84060; 435-649-8600
SocialTGIF - Winter Kickoff at Cole Sport Resort CenterCole Sport at PCMR Resort Center, Park City, UT 84060 435-649-4600
SocialHoliday PartyMarriot @ Sidewinder

THIS IS AN RSVP EVENT - NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR

 We invite you to join us for a festive evening of wonderful food, friends and fabulous entertainment from the “Countdown” band organized jointly by the New Comers Club and Park City Mountain Sports Club. Place: The party will be held on Friday, December 4, in the ballroom of the Marriott Hotel located on Sidewinder Drive.  Our celebration begins by mingling and enjoying libations during the Cocktail Hour.  We then move to the tables for a served dinner followed by dancing to live music Time: 6:30 to 7:30 pm – Cocktail Hour with a full (Cash) bar.  Wine may be purchased by the                 glass at $8.00 or bottle at $27.00.  No credit cards will be accepted. 7:30 pm – Dinner After Dinner until 10:30 pm – Dancing, etc. etc. etc. Menu: Salads: Chef’s choice mixed greens or spinach salad Entrée: 1. New York strip steak with fig demi, or 2. Salmon with cucumber dill cream, or 3. Eggplant parmesan Sides:  Chef’s selection of rice or potatoes and seasonal vegetables Dessert: Decadence cake Beverages: Coffee, Iced Tea, Hot Tea included.  Other beverages available for purchase Parking: Included in the underground parking area under the hotel Make Your Reservation Now: Don’t delay registering for what will surely be the best party of the season for $55.00 per person.  Make your check payable to “PCMSC” and mail to Chuck Mollard, 2100 Bear Hollow Drive, Park City, UT 84098.  Please note your choice of the main course on the note section of your check. Contact Paddy Mollard with questions at 435-214-7567 or email paddymollard@gmail.com We are sorry, but no reservations will be available with a postmark later than November 25 and we are not able to give refunds after November 30, 2015.
SocialNo TGIF-Happy Holiday
SocialTGIF-The Spur Bar352 Main St. PC 84060 435-649-6449
SocialTGIF - O'Shuck's - 6:00O'Shuck's Bar & Grill 427 Main St, PC 435-645-3999
SocialTGIF-Winter Sports Kickoff ColeSport PCMR PlazaWinter Sports Kickoff, Friday, Nov 20, 6-8PM Our Winter Sports Kickoff TGIF is on Friday, Nov 20, 6-8pm, and will be hosted by Cole Sport at the Park City Mountain location, at the skating rink level of the PCMR plaza.  Cole’s will provide light appetizers from High West Distillery, plus white & red wine, and beer! We will present our proposed schedule for snowshoe and cross country ski events to be held on most Saturdays and Wednesdays, December through March, as well as our downhill skiing schedule that Bub manages. In addition, Cole’s encourages members to bring their skis that night for a tuning on their new tuning equipment at a special price of $49, a discount from their regular price of $65.  Ski specialist JP will be available to tune your skis that evening, plus describe their new equipment and other ltuning specials, and Dude will be available to discuss boot fitting. 
SocialTGIF at Krystyna Kaminsky's home340 Hollyhock St. ,Glenwild 954-328-6456
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Country Club8770 N. Jeremy Rd, Park CityTGIF @ Jeremy Ranch Country Club, 6 p.m. Located at 8770 N. Jeremy Rd, PC 84098 In the Pier Room 435-649-2700
SocialTGIF Bill and Pris Watson3070 Snowcloud Circle PC,84060 435-659-6725
SocialTGIF Linda and John Miller8861 Jeremy Point Ct., Jeremy Ranch,84098
SocialTGIF Lisa Jordan3082 Fairway Hills Ct.,PC 84060,832-754-2311
SocialTGIF Susan and Rich Parker13193 Slalom Run, Deer Mountain,84036, 802-878-7426
SocialApres Ski - Barb Hylander and Herb Lichtenstein's home8904 Jeremy Point Ct in Jeremy RanchApres Ski Party at Barb Hylander and Herb Lichtenstein’s home, anytime after 2:30. Bring an appetizer and BYOB. Herb’s number is 410-868-5758 and address is 8904 Jeremy Point Ct in Jeremy Ranch.
SocialApres Ski - Bray and Bill Mitchell's home1249 Hailstone, Heber CityApres Ski Party at Bray and Bill Mitchell's home anytime after 2:30. Bring an appetizer and BYOB. Bray’s number is 603-410-7546 and the address is 1249 Hailstone, Heber City UT
SocialApres Ski - Carole Wade's home1435 W. Silver Meadows Drive #45, Park CityApres Ski Party at Carole Wade‘s home, anytime after 2:30. Bring an appetizer and BYOB. Carole’s number is 435-513-2202 and address is 1435 W. Silver Meadows Drive #45, Park City
SocialTGIF- Howard and Anna Lea Kantor4859 Silver Springs DR,PC, 84098, 413-695-0277
SocialTGIF Snow Park LodgeDeer Valley Ski Resort 2nd floor Snow Park Lodge, Base of Deer ValleyPlease note time change
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Golf Club8770 N. Jeremy Rd, Park CityTGIF @ Jeremy Ranch Country Club, 6 p.m. Located at 8770 N. Jeremy Rd, PC 84098 In the Pier Room 435-649-2700
SocialBash - Dinner & DancingMarriot Hotel located on Sidewinder DriveWe invite you to join us for a fun evening of wonderful food, friends as we elect our Club's newest Board Members followed by...DANCING!!!! Place: The Bash will be held on Friday, March 4, in the ballroom of the Marriot Hotel located on Sidewinder Drive. Our Bash begins by mingling and enjoying libations during the Cocktail Hour. We then move to the tables for a served dinner followed by a brief meeting to elect our new Board Members. Followed by dancing to DJ Cory Time: 6:30 to 7:30 pm - Cocktail Hour with a full cash bar (sorry, no credit cards). Bottles of wine will be available for purchase $27. 7:30 pm - Dinner After dinner there will be a brief meeting and election. After Election until 10:30 - Dancing, etc. etc. etc. Menu: Salad: Caesar salad Entrée: 1. New York Strip Steak with fig demi, or 2. Utah Trout with Mango Salsa, or 3. Portabella Mushroom Sides: Chef's selection of rice or potatoes and seasonal vegetables Dessert: Carrot Cake Beverages: Coffee, Iced tea, Hot Tea included. Other beverages available for purchase Parking: Included in the underground parking area under the Hotel Make your reservation now! Don't delay registering for what will be a fabulous PARTY for $45.00 per person. Make your checks payable to "PCMSC" and mail to Lita Hoffmann, 2549 Silver Cloud Court, Park City, UT 84060. Please note your choice of the main course on the note section of your check. Contact Lita Hoffmann with questions at 415-595-8880 or email litahoffmann@comcast.net
SocialTGIF Potluck Kathy and John Ritter22 Ashley Ct. 203-258-4878
SocialTGIF Potluck Home of Judy List and Bret Beusing12557 Deer Mountain Blvd 84036,908-229-0346
SocialTGIF Potluck home of Wendy Roberts1474 Meadows Connection PC 84098,,435-640-2712
SocialIndependence Weekend Hikes and Bike RidesBrooke's home

Rob & Jeri Brooke are hosting a picnic lunch and will provide brats so they request your send a RSVP to jbrooke@tribalexpressions.com

This potluck lunch will be at the Brooke’s home at the conclusion of the planned activities, which includes a moderate hike, an easy hike, a Mountain bike ride and a B level road bike ride.  The Brooke’s home is located in Jeremy Ranch at 9036 Sackett Drive.  The hosts request you bring a lawn chair and appetizers, salads, sides or desserts to share and BYOB. All activities will start at the Brooke's house at 9:00 so plan on arriving early and leaving you food at the house. Please bring serving utensils for your dish and also items that need to be kept cold in a cooler.

Semi-Strenuous hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 3 to 3 1/2 hours at a pace of about 2.5 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Jeri Brooke – cell: 847-525-5433

Moderate hike up Flying Dog  This loop hike will be about 8 mi, have an 1100 ft vertical, and take 4 hours at a pace of about 2 mph.  Dogs invited.                                 Leader: Sheri Thomas – cell: 435-640-9535

Easy hike up Flying Dog  This will be a easy, slower paced hike up about 1/3 of the Flying Dog Trail above Jeremy Ranch.  This hike will be about 3 miles, have an 400 ft vertical and take about 3-4 hours at a pace of less than 1.5 mph.  Dogs invited.            Leader: Sue Johnson – cell: 908-310-6617

Mountain bike ride  This will be a Mountain Bike ride from Brooke’s house headed south on the 24-7 trail, linking to Stealth, Glenwild Loop, Cobblestone, and back down Flying Dog.                                                                                                                                   Leader: Rob Brooke – cell: 224-639-3293

Road Bike B level ride  From Rob & Jeri Brooke’s house, we will head down the hill to bike path along Rasmussen Road.  Through the tunnel to Highland Drive and go up Trail side to the Frontage Road past Home Depot.  Follow RT 248 back to Monitor and through Park Meadow to Old Ranch Rd. and back the way we came finishing at the Brooke’s.  Total mileage will be 30 miles with a climb at the end.  This will be at a B level pace.           Leader: Bob Johnson – cell: 908-310-3824

SocialJordanelle PicnicJordanelle State Park, Cove 1 pavilion Hot Fun in the Summer  PCMSC has reserved “COVE 1” pavilion at the Jordanelle State Park from 8:00 AM until 10:00 PM. You are welcome to come anytime that fits your schedule.  The club will fire-up the grill and set tables, plates, utensils and napkins by 4:00 PM.  Bring whatever you would like to cook on the grill, your beverage of choice and a dish to share.  There will be water available. We hope some members will bring their boats, kayaks, canoes, SUPs, etc for fun on the water.  The Jordanelle marina offers a variety of watercraft rentals.  Their number is 435-615-7397. The park now requires a parking fee: $10 per car, age 62 and over is $5 per car, or show your State Park Annual Pass. We look forward to seeing you at the Jordanelle for “Hot Fun in the Summer.” If you have any questions, please contact Kate Loman at 630-240-7481.
SocialLast day to RSVP to Tour of Hoytsvilleleave message on home phone 435-336-3377 OR e-mail: readetwiggs@allwest.net     Questions: call home phone
SocialTGIF- State Rd. Tavern in KamasState Road Tavern,970 N. State Rd. 32, Kamas, UT 84036
SocialTGIF Potluck Home of Tracey and Dave Marshall12578 N. Slalom Run Way, Deer Mountain508-404-0513
SocialTGIF Home of Caryn and Michael Harkins2776 Four Lakes Dr., PC 978-314-0021
SocialTGIF- Grub Steak Restaurant2093 Sidewinder Dr., PC 435-649 -8060
SocialTGIF Park Edge ClubhouseHosted by Steve Leonard 801-699-6732 and Steve Schusler 603-303-1803  
SocialTGIF OP Rockwell Cocktail Lounge268 Main Street ,PC435-615-7000
SocialHALLOWEEN PARTYSUN PEAK CLUB HOUSE

HALLOWEEN PARTY - Sun Peak Recreation Center Friday, October 28, 2016 -  6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Halloween “Spooktacular” at the Sun Peak Club House

Please RSVP to attend – go to this link …… and click on the signup now to RSVP. Please limit to a maximum of 2 people.  The party is for Park City Mountain Sports Club members only and the clubhouse is limited to 100 people max, hence the need for RSVP.

The party will start at 6:00 PM

This is a Pot Luck dinner and BYOB, bring a dish to share and your own drinks

Scour your closets and/or costume stores select a costume.  There will be prizes awarded for various categories of costumes.

SEE YOU THERE – IF YOU DARE!!

Location:    Sun Peak Club House, 1950 Bear Hollow Drive, Park City

The Sun Peak Club House is located on Bear Hollow Drive, across the street from the Park City Community Church.  Bear Hollow Drive is off Route 224 next to Park City Nursery.

SocialHOLIDAY PARTY - DINNER - DANCEMARRIOTT ON SIDWINDER

Make Your Reservation Now for the Annual Holiday Party!

December 3, 2016

This is a RSVP event - No tickets will be sold at the door

We invite you to join us for a festive evening of wonderful food, friends and fabulous entertainment organized jointly by the New Comers Club and Park City Mountain Sports Club.  The band this year is the "Jersey Street Band"

Place:

The party will be held on Saturday, December 3, in the ballroom of the Marriott Hotel located on Sidewinder Drive. Our celebration begins by mingling and enjoying libations during the Cocktail Hour.  We then move to the tables for a served dinner followed by dancing to live music

Time:

6:30 to 7:30 pm - Cocktail Hour with a full (Cash) bar (no credit cards accepted)  Wine may be purchased for $8.00 per glass or $27.00 per bottle.  Utah law prohibits taking alcohol into or out of the premises.

7:30 pm - Dinner

After Dinner until 10:30 pm - Dancing, etc. etc. etc.

Menu:

Salads: Spinach salad

Entrée: 1. Braised Beef Shoulder w/Au Poivre sauce, smashed potatoes & seasonal vegetables

             2. Seared Salmon w/Mango sauce, gluten free rice & seasonal vegetables 

             3. Parmesan Encrusted Eggplant w/Marinara sauce, penne pesto & seasonal vegetables

             4. Shrimp Scampi over linguini, seasonal vegetables

Dessert: NY style cheesecake w/Raspberry sauce or scoop of vanilla ice-cream

Beverages: Coffee, Lemonade, Hot Tea included. Other beverages available for purchase

Parking:

Included in the underground parking area under the hotel

Reservation:

Make Your Reservation Now!  Don't delay registering for what will surely be the best party of the season for $55.00 per person.  Make your check payable to "PCMSC" and mail to Chuck Mollard, 2100 Bear Hollow Drive, Park City, UT 84098.  Please note your choice of the main course on the note section of your check.

Contact Paddy Mollard with questions at 435-214-7567 or email paddymollard@gmail.com

We are sorry, but no reservations will be available with a postmark later than November 25.  Also, we are not able to give refunds after November 29, 2016.

SocialWinter Kick OffTBDWe'll kick off the winter season with a TGIF pot lock. Once you RSVP, you'll find out the location of the event. Please RSVP to attend – go to this link...and click on the signup. If you're bringing a guest, please RSVP for yourself and one guest only.  Sign up will close down as soon as we have 80 people, so sign up soon. Please honor our RSVP system, names will be checked at the door. The party is for Park City Mountain Sports Club members only and the clubhouse is limited to 80 people, hence the need for an RSVP. This is a Pot Luck dinner and BYOB, bring a dish to share and your own drinks. For questions please contact Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com  
SocialMoab TripTBDTGIF- More details to follow This will be an RSVP event – RSVP details will be provided at a later date. Participants must provide their own transportation and lodging. Make your lodging reservations as soon as possible. Moab is about 5 hours from Park City. Don Winsor for additional information; wd40rider@gmail.com; 801-673-5866).
SocialMoab Trip 05/05/2017-05/13/2017 Moab, UtahMore details to follow – Click to see a schedule of events. This will be an RSVP event to get an idea of who  will attend and when I will expect to see your smiling face(s) . Please RSVP - to to this link ...... then click on "Sign Up" then "Submit and Sign Up" and enter your information to RSVP. Participants must provide their own transportation and lodging. Make your lodging reservations as soon as possible. Moab is about 5 hours from Park City. Don Winsor for additional information; wd40rider@gmail.com; 801-673-5866).

Location Moab, Utah

Leader Don Winsor
SocialApres Ski - Bray and Bill Mitchell's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Carole Wade's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Sheree Anshel and Dean Fogel's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Herb Lichtenstein and Barb Hylander's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - (this is now full) Pam Carlquist and Mike Borrelli /Super Bowl PartySorry, this Apres Ski Party is now FULL. If you did not already RSVP, you cannot attend.  This is an RSVP Party with a limit of the first 40 people to respond.  Pam Carlquist and Mike Borrelli will host an après ski Super Bowl party, pot luck and BYOB at Pam’s house—2148 Twilight Ct. in Park Meadows. Come one; come all (if you're one of the first 40, of course)! This party is for everyone, with a Serious Super Bowl Room for those wishing to watch the game undisturbed; a Non-Serious Super Bowl Room for those wishing to talk at times during the game but NEVER during the ads; and a Non-Super Bowl Room, complete with roaring fire and music (and no TV) for those wishing only to socialize! The Super Bowl begins at 4:30 PM, but SLC skiers and others needing a place to go before the game are welcome to stop by anytime after 3:00 PM. Please RSVP to Pam at her email address: pcarlquist@gmail.com
SocialApres Ski - Location TBDThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Bill Silliman's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Marianne Birch-Insen and Frank Traczyk's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Ann and Steve Turner's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Margaret and Terry Riley/St. Patrick's Day PartyThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Wendy Robert's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Location TBDThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Bette and Jon Scarlet's homeThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Location TBDThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialApres Ski - Sid Hughes and Duane Karren/End of Season PartyThe specific details of the party (time, location) will be found on the skiing website under the weekly ski events and will be sent to all members every Friday in weekly email blasts.
SocialTGIF - Home of Bill & Pris Watson 3070 snowcloud circle, Park city
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Golf Club8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City
SocialTGIF - O'Shucks Pinebrook
SocialTGIF Jeremy Ranch Golf Club8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City
SocialTGIF - Home of Pegg & Richard Hislop3024 American Saddler Dr, Park City
As a courtesy to our host please remove your shoes after entering the house. Bring slippers if you wish.
  All TGIF gatherings are BYOB Please bring a sizable dish to serve 8-10 people and your own serving utensils.
To assist our hosts, we request you take home all leftovers and empty bottles or cans.To assist in parking car pooling is strongly recommended, particularly in winter months. For additional information, we invite you to review the TGIF guidelines under the TGIF tab on our website.
SocialTGIF O'shucks Pinebrook8178 Gorgoza Pines Rd.435-658-0233
SocialTGIF-Potluck Home of Krystyna Kaminsky340 Hollyhock St. Glenwild, PC 84098 954-328-6456  
SocialRepeal DayWasatch Brew Pub
83 years ago, December 5th 1933, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt acknowledged the Utah delegation vote to repeal the 18th amendment to the constitution. At 5:32 P.M. on that evening, Utah gave a 3/4 majority to the states ratifying the 21st amendment, bringing Prohibition to an end.
This Monday, I humbly invite all members of the Park City Mountain Sports Club to meet me at the top of Main Street, in front of the Wasatch Brew Pub, to recall the storied history of Utah in relation to Prohibition, to recall some of Park City’s noteworthy alcohol antics, and to raise a glass or two in celebration of Repeal Day! Please Join me Monday, December 5th at 5:30 P.M.
SocialTGIF - O'Shucks Pinebrook8178 Gorgoza Pines Rd Park City
SocialTGIF - Flanagan's on Main438 Main St, Park City
SocialTGIF - The Spur352 Main Street Park City
SocialTGIF - Home of Bill Silliman222 East Countryside Circle, Park City
Directions to Bill Silliman's home: 222 E. Countryside Circle.
Do NOT follow your GPS once you get to Starview.  It will put you on the wrong side of Starview which is an upside down U.
Take the left or right off Highland onto Starview.
Do NOT take the first left which is Countryside.  Take the 2nd left which is also Countryside.  I am the 6th house up on the right.  It will be after my corral with all the Christmas lights on it.
A long ranch style home.  Bring slippers or just take your shoes off.  Bill has moved the snow off the side of the road with his tractor, so you should be able to park easily on either side.  435-659-6680
 
SocialTHE BASHMARRIOTT HOTEL ON SIDEWINDER
Make Your Reservation Now for THE BASH! Saturday, March 11, 2017 This is an RSVP event - No tickets will be sold at the door We invite you to join us for a fun evening of wonderful food, friends as we elect our Club's newest Board of Directors followed by...DANCING!!!! The dress code is “casual”!   Place: The Bash will be held on Saturday, March 11, in the ballroom of the Marriot Hotel located on Sidewinder Drive. Our Bash begins by mingling and enjoying libations during the Cocktail Hour. We then move to the tables for a served dinner followed by a brief meeting to elect our new Board of Directors. Followed by dancing to DJ Cory Time: 6:30 to 7:30 pm - Cocktail Hour with a full cash bar (sorry, no credit cards). Bottles of wine will be available for purchase at $27.   There will be served appetizers. 7:30 pm - Dinner After dinner there will be a brief meeting and election of directors After Election until 10:00 - Dancing, etc. etc. etc. Menu: Salad: Caesar salad Entrée: 1. Surf and Turf – NY Strip with fig demi & Grilled                               Shrimp Skewer 2. Parmesan Encrusted Eggplant with Marinara Sauce Sides: Chef's selection of rice or potatoes and seasonal vegetables Dessert: Chocolate Decadence Cake Beverages: Coffee, Iced tea, Hot Tea included. Other beverages available for purchase Parking: Included in the underground parking area under the Hotel Make your reservation now! Don't delay registering for what will be a fabulous PARTY for $45 per person. Make your checks payable to "PCMSC" and mail to Lita Hoffmann, 2549 Silver Cloud Court, Park City, UT 84060. Please note your choice of the main course on the note section of your check. Contact Lita Hoffmann with questions at 415-595-8880 or email litahoffmann@comcast.net (note there are 2n's in Hoffmann) We are sorry, but no reservations will be available with a postmark later than March 2 and we are not able to give refunds after March 7, 2017.
SocialKnit and Stitch-Home of Linda Haessler7772 Pinebrook Rd l.haessler@comcast.net 435-609-1939      
SocialKnit and Stitch - Home of Tracey Marshall12578 N.Slalom Run Way, Deer Mountain 508-404-0513 traceyamarshall032@gmail.com
SocialTGIF - State Rd Tavern, Deloria CenterState Rd Tavern, Deloria Center, Upstairs, KamasPlease note 6:30 start time
SocialNo TGIF this week
SocialTGIF - Bald Eable Room at Snow Park at Deer ValleyBald Eable Room at Snow Park, Deer Valley Ski ResortPlease note 3:00 pm start time
SocialNo TGIF this week
Special EventsBobsled World CupUtah Olympic Park
Bobsled World Cup, January 16, 5:00
Come cheer on the U.S. Men's 4-Man Bobsled Team as they compete against athletes from around the world at Utah Olympic Park. We'll meet at 5:00 in the museum parking lot and walk up to curve 12. There should be more open curves for the cameras, so we may walk up and down the track to find the best vantage point. FREE. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
Special EventsSUMMER ACTIVITIES KICK-OFFChristian CenterThere will be a Summer Activities Kick-Off dinner starting at 6:00 PM at the Christian Center which is located at 1283 Deer Valley Drive.  The Club will supply hamburgs and hot dogs and members are asked to bring other dishes to share.  This is a BYOB event. The purpose of this meeting will be to introduce the Summer Activities scheduled for the 2016 season, introduce the activity coordinators, review hiking and biking Participant's Guidelines and solicit member input.  As a result, there will be a short business meeting starting at 6:15, followed by dinner, libations and fun informal discussions.
Special EventsINLINE SKATE - INTRODUCTIONQuinn’s Junction Dog Park parking lot

Inline Skating – We Know You’ve Waited Too Long

We understand how deprived you all feel about not skating enough in Park City.  So the Club’s skating therapists are here to help. PCMSC will start its Inline Skate Program on Monday, June 13.  Follow this link for skating tips and info on where to get skates.

For our first skate we’ll meet at the Quinn’s Junction Dog Park parking lot on June 13 at 6:30 PM. We’ll get to know each other, talk over and practice inline skate techniques and skate the paths there. If the group would like we’ll do the rail trail for a total distance of just under 10 miles at a pace comfortable for the group (perhaps 5-10 miles per hour). The whole event should last 1-2 hours.

If you want skate the rail trial and the moderately hilly paths around Quinn’s Junction you should have good stopping skills and be comfortable skating at a 5-10 miles per hour pace. While there will be no formal instruction, some of the more experienced skaters can go over some maneuvers.

 If you have questions from now till we meet contact Jon Scarlet  scarlet202@comcast.net cell 508 540 1647.

Special EventsTimpanogos Hike Carb Loading PartyMangiaTimpanogos Hike Carb Loading Party Let’s carb up for our Monday Timpanogas hike. Sunday, July 17, 6:00; Meet at Mangia, 1300 Snow Creek Drive, Park City (next to Wasatch Bagel); ellensherk@gmail.com; 215.983.9224
Special EventsINLINE SKATE - McCLOUD CREEK TRAILWASATCH BAGEL IN PC

Wednesday Aug 24, Inline Skate

Jon Scarlet will lead an inline skate on the McCloud Creek Trail.

Meet at Wasatch Bagels in PC. Be ready to roll out at 9AM.

Pace 8-12 mph. Distance 7 miles (double that if the group wants). Good speed control and stopping skills are needed. Helmet and wrist guards required. Other protective gear recommended. Time will be 1-2 hrs depending upon the route we choose. Route is mostly flat, has a few moderate hills and a couple of bumpy wooden bridges.  

Jon’s number is 508 450 1647.  Call with questions on the skate or if weather is questionable. We can meet earlier to go over some skating/stopping techniques if requested.

Special EventsIntermountain Ski Council Sun Valley TripSun Valley, ID Intermountain Ski Council Rendezvous Sun Valley, ID January 8-15 2017 For questions, Call Lisa Hunter 770-630-2233 If you are looking for roommates. Paul Markowitz, president of ISC will coordinate a rooming list. pmarkowitz@cableone.net Kids Ski Free Program to your group. For every paying adult with a minimum three night stay at any accommodation type at a resort - one child 12 and under skis free. Wine and Cheese ice breaker Saturday evening Get your group together to register for the trip. Everyone who calls in for a reservation should identify themselves as being part of the “Intermountain Ski Council 2017 Trip” this way our reservation agents know what group rates we’ve set up to book them at. Individual Call-In A first night’s room, fees and tax deposit must accompany the individual’s Reservation Request Form, or is due at time of booking to guarantee the reservation. Online lodging reservation procedure is available upon request. The Sun Valley Resort Guest Reservation line is 1.800.786.8259 or reservations@sunvalley.com LIFT TICKETS One Day $60.00 2-of-3 Days $113.00 3-of-5 Days $164.00 4-of-6 Days $213.00 5-of-7 Days $260.00 6-of-8 Days $305.00 SEASON: WINTER 2016-2017 GROUP RATES INTERMOUNTAIN SKI COUNCIL SUN VALLEY LODGE Lodge Premier King - LPK $234.00 Lodge King Suite - LKS $270.00 Lodge 2 Queen Suite - L2QS $294.00 Lodge Terrace Suite - LTS $407.00 Lodge Celebrity Suite - LCS $683.00 SUN VALLEY INN: (single or double occupancy) $143.00 Inn Traditional Queen $155.00 Inn Traditional 2 Doubles $191.00 Deluxe (king-sized bed) $203.00 Deluxe ( 2 queen-sized beds) $275.00 Junior Suite ( king-sized bed) $275.00 Family Suite ( 1 queen & 2 twin beds) $443.00 Inn Parlor (1 king-sized bed) $443.00 Three Bedroom Inn Apartment DELUXE LODGE APARTMENTS: $143.00 Lodge Apartment Hotel Room $239.00 Lodge Apartment Suite (Up to 2 people) $287.00 Two-bedrooms (up to 4 people) $390.00 Three-bedrooms (up to 6 people) STANDARD SUN VALLEY CONDOMINIUMS: Atelier, Cottonwood Meadows, Snowcreek, Villagers I & Villagers II $155.00 Studio (up to 2 people) $167.00 One Bedroom (up to 2 people) $215.00 Atelier 2-bedroom (up to 4 people) $215.00 Two Bedroom (up to 4 people) $251.00 Three Bedroom (up to 6 people) $275.00 Four Bedroom (up to 8 people) MANDITORY 6% RESORT FEE AND 12% LODGING TAX APPLIES PER UNIT PER NIGHT ON ALL ROOM TYPES After a day on the slopes, take a dip in Sun Valley Lodge’s swimming pool or hot tub or relax in the sauna
Special EventsAvalanche Awareness SeminarRed Rock Brewery, 1640 Redstone Center Drive, Park CityAvalanche season is quickly approaching, those of us who like to play in the snow should be aware of avalanche dangers. An Avalanche Awareness Seminar event will be held at Red Rock Brewery. For questions but not to register: Don Winsor, wd40rider@gmail.com801-673-5866  Details below:  Red Rock Brewery will be hosting the Avalanche Awareness Seminar. In no way a substitute for an AIARE 1 Avalanche course, UAC 101 Avalanche or equivalent course(s). This seminar is designed to be the groundwork for your continued avalanche education. Not much science, no warnings to stay out of the mountains, no formulas to memorize. In two hours you will see the destructive power of avalanches, understand when and why they happen and how you can have fun in the mountains and avoid avalanches. 100% FREE to Attend - No registration required Class Provider: White Pine Touring/AIARE/PC Cats 435-649-8710 or shouse@whitepinetouring.com.    
Special EventsLuge World CupUtah Olympic ParkLuge World Cup, December 16th and 17th Come cheer on the U.S. Luge team for a World Cup at Utah Olympic Park. Bring your cow bells, your flags, your cameras, wear your red, white and blue, and support these athletes from all over the world. A good place to stand is curve 12, but since this is a World Cup, there should be more open curves for the cameras, so walk up and down the entire track to find the best vantage point. I will probably be at the finish dock, where the athletes get off the ice. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224;  ellensherk@gmail.com. Friday, December 16, 5:30pm-10:30pm 3:30–Doubles 6:00–Men   Saturday, December 17, 1:25pm-6:00pm 11:25–Women 2:10–Sprint Cup        
Special EventsLuge World CupUtah Olympic ParkLuge World Cup, December 16th and 17th Come cheer on the U.S. Luge team for a World Cup at Utah Olympic Park. Bring your cow bells, your flags, your cameras, wear your red, white and blue, and support these athletes from all over the world. A good place to stand is curve 12, but since this is a World Cup, there should be more open curves for the cameras, so walk up and down the entire track to find the best vantage point. I will probably be at the finish dock, where the athletes get off the ice. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224;  ellensherk@gmail.com. Friday, December 16, 5:30pm-10:30pm 3:30–Doubles 6:00–Men Saturday, December 17, 1:25pm-6:00pm 11:25–Women 2:10–Sprint Cup
Special EventsKnow Before You Go Free Awareness Talk1 Victory Lane, Park City, UT - Home of the US Ski and Snowboard TeamKnow Before You Go (KBYG) free avalanche awareness talk. Avalanche season is upon us, those of us who like to play in the snow should be aware of avalanche dangers. Here is an educational event held at the PC MARC. Here's the details: Not much science, no warnings to stay out of the mountains, no formulas to memorize. In one hour you will see the destructive power of avalanches, understand when and why they happen and how you can have fun in the mountains and avoid avalanches.
DateWednesday, December 14, 2016 -
Time: 6:00 - 7:30 pm
Provider: Utah Avalanche Center (UAC)
Price: Free (No registration required)
Location: USSA Center of Excellence (Home of US Ski and Snowboard Association)
Address: 1 Victory Lane, Park City, UT
Directions from Park City
Drive east on SR 248 (Kearns Blvd.)
Just prior to US 40, turn left at stop light onto Round Valley Drive
Turn left onto Victory Lane (second left)
The Center of Excellence will be visible directly in front of you
Special EventsFirst Aid, CPR and AED CertificationPC MARC - 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UTFirst Aid, CPR and AED Certification First Aid/CPR Course: Our certified National Safety Council instructors will assist you in learning and completing this NSC First Aid and CPR course. This course is great for a first time certification and those looking for a renewal. Date: Monday, January 9, 2017 Time: 5:30 – 10:00 pm Price: First Aid - CPR (Standard Fee): $60.00 Location: PC MARC – Party Room Address: 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT, 84060 Contact: Park City Recreation 435-615-5400 Enrollment: Max Count 20, Min Count 5
Special EventsKnow Before You Go Free Avalanche Awareness Talk1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UTKnow Before You Go free avalanche awareness talk. Avalanche season is upon us, those of us who like to play in the snow should be aware of avalanche dangers. Here is an educational event held at the PC MARC. Here's the details: Not much science, no warnings to stay out of the mountains, no formulas to memorize. In one hour you will see the destructive power of avalanches, understand when and why they happen an12d how you can have fun in the mountains and avoid avalanches. Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm Provider: Utah Avalanche Center (UAC) Price: Free to the Community Location: PC MARC – Party Room Address: 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT, 84060 Contact: Park City Recreation 435-615-5400
Special EventsSnow SculptingRob and Jeri Brooke's home
PCMSC club members are invited to Jeremy Ranch on Sunday, January 1st, at 1:00 P.M. to sculpt piles of snow! Your host, Rob Brooke, will present a brief snow sculpting seminar, demonstrate techniques for packing, forming, and finishing. All skill levels are welcome to create everything from simple snowmen, or women, to monumental size polar bear.
We will ignite our fire pit for warmth, Jeri will serve hot chocolate, hand tools will be provided. Meet at 9036 Sackett Drive with your snow boots, warm jackets, gloves and ideas for your very own snow sculpture!
Special EventsFirst Aid, CPR and AED Certification1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UTFirst Aid, CPR and AED Certification First Aid/CPR Course: When an emergency happens, make sure you know what to do. Our certified National Safety Council instructors will assist you in learning and completing this NSC First Aid and CPR course. This course is great for a first time certification and those looking for a renewal. Date: Monday, February 13, 2017 Time: 5:30 – 10:00 pm Price: First Aid - CPR (Standard Fee): $60.00 Location: PC MARC – Party Room Address: 1200 Little Kate Road, Park City, UT, 84060 Contact: Park City Recreation Front Desk at 435-615-5400 Enrollment: Max Count 20, Min Count 5 Instructors: This course meets national safety standards. This is not a PCMSC activity, it is a PC MARC Activity. I believe the information and skills obtained from this class may be useful to our club members, I encourage member participation.  
TennisTennis Mixed-doubles PC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Mixed-doublesPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Mixed-doublesPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Mixed-doublesPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Mixed-doublesPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Mixed-doublesPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 12 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Stacy Hogan by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   staciesue@yahoo.com or:  954-309-4513. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Round RobinPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
TennisTennis Round RobinPC MarcMixed-doubles tennis round robin. This is not an instructional program. Must be at least a 3.0 player. The first 16 to sign up are in. Others will be put on a wait list. Cost: $5.00. Please be paid and ready to play 15 minutes before our start time. Bring your racquet, new balls and drink. Proper tennis shoes required. Contact: Lori Tarmey by 4:00pm the Friday before each round robin if you want to play:   LATarmey@comcast.net or: 954-444-9723. *If weather is questionable please contact Lori prior to the start of play. **For those interested we will meet somewhere for drinks +/or dinner after.
X-Country SkiX-country Snowbasin 1/2/16 Snowbasin Nordic CenterSat, Jan 2   Activity: Moderate cross-country classic skiing or snowshoeing at Snowbasin Nordic Center in Ogden Canyon (Huntsville)—it is an out and back trail with gradual elevation gain as you go out. If skiing, should have experience skiing downhill on cross-country skis.   Leader(s): Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578, Don Twiggs – 860-989-1517, & Robin Reade   Depart/Return: Meet Kathy at 10 am in Kimball Junction in the parking lot by Park City Roaster—1680 W Ute Blvd (across from Smiths); OR meet Twiggy/Robin at 10:15 at the Best Western in Coalville. (Take exit 162 off of I-80 (Coleville Exit), go left at the end of the exit ramp, go over I-80 and to a gas station/Best Western—avoid on ramp onto I-80). Will carpool to Snowbasin, an hour’s drive. Will ski for a couple hours and then have lunch at Snowbasin.  Will return around 3 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water & sandwich/snack; cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles OR snowshoes, YakTrax, hiking poles & waterproof winter hiking boots: cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. No fees to use Snowbasin Nordic Center trails. If snowshoeing, can bring dogs.  
X-Country Ski1/9/16 Wasatch State Park X-countryWasatch Mtn State ParkSat, Jan 9   Activity: Moderate cross-country classic skiing on the Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course in Heber, then optional lunch Midway.   Leader(s): Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233   Depart/Return: Meet at 10 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park); return back to parking area around 2:00 pm. Also can meet at the Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course in Heber at 10:30 am. Wear/Bring: Water & snack; cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. No fees to use Golf Course trails. No dogs.  
X-Country Ski1/30/16 x-country ski Jeremy RanchJeremy Ranch ClubhouseSat, Jan 30   Activity: Easy and moderate cross-country skiing—classic or skate skiing on groomed trails at Jeremy Ranch, followed by followed by après beverage.   Leader(s): Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233   Depart/Return: Meet at the Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse at 1:30 pm and ski for 2 hours.   Wear/Bring:Water & snack; classic or skate skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Trail pass is $12; senior 65+ is $6. No dogs.  
X-Country Ski2/3/16 X-country ski Cedar Hollow TrailCedar Hollow Trail, UintasWed, Feb 3 Brunch at Woodland Biscuit Company, then Moderate and intermediate cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on the Cedar Hollow Trail in the Uinta Mts. Gradual elevation gain on a wide path that leads back into a beautiful wilderness area. Total distance is about 6 miles. The trailhead is off of State Rd 35, past Kamas/Francis/Woodland, across from Beach Creek Rd/mile marker 8; about 3.8 miles beyond the church.    Leader(s): Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578 & Ellen Sherk – 215-983-9224   Depart/Return:Meet at 10 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park). Will return back to Quinn’s Junction by 3:00 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water & snack; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. For moderate skiers: cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles. For Intermediate Skiers: metal-edge backcountry skis, boots, & poles for touring—poles with larger bales & and an adjustable length work best. Skins are not needed. If you have no-wax skis, please apply glide wax to them. No dogs.  
X-Country Ski2/20/16 X-country ski, Daniels SummitDaniels SummitSat, Feb 20   Activity: Easy and intermediate cross-country skiing on forest service land just past Daniel’s Summit Lodge—on Hiway 40, past Heber, followed by lunch at the Lodge Pole Grill. Trail parking is on the left, about a mile past the Lodge. The easy group will be skiing along mostly flat, wide trails. Intermediate skiers will be skiing on narrow trails with steady climbing and a descent. Intermediate group need experience skiing on un-groomed trails with elevation gains and descents.   Leaders:Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233, Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578 & Ellen Sherk – 215-983-9224     Depart/Return:Meet at 9 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park). Will return back to Quinn’s Junction by 2:30 pm.   Wear/Bring: Water & snack; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. For moderate skiers: cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles. For Intermediate Skiers: metal-edge backcountry skis, boots, & poles for touring—poles with larger bales & and an adjustable length work best. Skins are not needed. If you have no-wax skis, please apply glide wax to them. No dogs.
X-Country Ski3/5/16 X-country Smith & MorehouseSmith & Morehouse, UintasSat, Mar 5  Activity: Moderate and intermediate cross-country skiing into the Smith & Morehouse Campground and Reservoir in the Uinta Mts—an area known for wildlife that make their home there. A moderate-paced group will ski 4-5 miles. A faster-paced group will ski 7-8 miles. Both groups will have a picnic lunch at the Reservoir.  Leaders: Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233, hunt5994@bellsouth.net, Ellen Sherk – 215-983-9224, ellensherk@gmail.com, & Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578, kathy.becker.email@gmail.com  Depart/Return:Meet at 9 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park). Will return back to Quinn’s Junction by 2:30 pm. Vehicles will travel to Oakley, then up Weber Canyon and park at the top where the road is closed for the winter.  Wear/Bring: Water & lunch; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. Cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles. Metal-edge skis are helpful, but not needed. If you have no-wax skis, please apply glide wax to them. No dogs. .     
X-Country Ski1/16/16 Xcountry ski UintasBeaver Creek Trail, Pine Valley Winter Trail, Uintas

Sat, Jan 16 – NOTE: This is not a ski lesson. Participants should have experience using their equipment on the terrain as detailed below.  Activity: 2 outings – A Moderate and an Intermediate cross-country skiing outing in the Uintas Mts—approximately 2.5 hours on the trail, including a lunch break. Both groups will park in the North Fork parking area—about 6 miles past the fee entrance station, at Milepost 11.5. There is an outhouse at the base of the parking area. 1.) Moderate skiers will classic ski 3-4 miles at a relaxed pace on the Beaver Creek Trail. The trail is wide, machine-packed snow—no classic tracks. Moderate skiers need experience skiing on wider trails similar to Round Valley—some elevation gains and descents. 2.) Intermediate skiers will classic ski at a steady pace about 6 miles on the Pine Valley Winter Trail—begin/end on Beaver Creek Trail. Intermediate skiers need experience skiing on un-groomed, narrow trails with trees and frequent elevation gains and descents.  Leaders: Moderate: Kathy Becker – 435-714-9578, kathy.becker.email@gmail.com & Lisa Hunter – 770-630-2233, hunt5994@bellsouth.net; Intermediate: David Maxfield – 801-318-8947, david.maxfield.email@gmail.com & Ellen Sherk – 215-983-9224, ellensherk@gmail.com.  Depart/Return:  Meet at 10:00 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building/picnic table (above the dog park) and return back to parking area around 2:30 pm. For people who drive, there is a $6 Mirror Lake Hiway parking fee (unless you have a National Parks Pass). Bring your pass if you have one. Carpoolers are encouraged to assist with travel and parking fee expenses. Wear/Bring: Water & sandwich/snack; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/toe warmers. Moderate Skiers: Classic skis, boots, & poles. Intermediate Skiers: Metal-edge backcountry skis, boots, & poles—larger bales and an adjustable length work best. No skins. If you have no-wax skis, please apply glide wax to them. No dogs.

X-Country Ski1/29/17 XC Ski Beaver Creek TrailBeaver Creek TrailOn Sunday, Jan 29, Marion Klaus (801-440-4385) & Lisa Hunter (770-630-2233) will co-lead an advanced beginner x-country ski outing on Beaver Creek Trail. Meet time is 10AM at Quinns Junction parking lot by restrooms to carpool to trailheads on Mirror Lake Highway. Bring National Park passes, one per car at trailheads We will carpool to trailhead on Mirror Lake Hwy.  We have a Plan A & Plan B according to weather report and grooming report. Plan A:  Carpool up Mirror Lake Hwy to Yellow Pine parking area, on left, just before pay station area on right.  Then we will leave half the cars there, and continue to carpool to North Fork parking, past 10 mile marker, on right.  From there, we will x-country ski Beaver Creek Trail on a rolling groomed trail, about 150' elevation gain, then about 500' of downhill runs back to Yellow Pine, about 6.2 miles. Plan B:  If grooming has not been done at North Fork Beaver Creek area, we will x-country ski on the Beaver Creek Trail from the Yellow Pine area, out and back, about 4 miles Dogs Welcome!!
X-Country SkiClassic Cross Country Ski lessonWhite Pine Touring Nordic CenterOne hour Classic Cross Country Ski lesson at White Pine Touring Nordic Center Date: Friday, December 16,  2016 11:00 AM (lesson time) Cost: $50/person (Rental, Lesson and track pass), or $35/person (Lesson and track pass) You must RSVP to attend – go to this link …… and click on “Sign Up” then “Submit and Sign Up” and enter your information to RSVP. Please limit to a maximum of 2 people. Please cancel if you cannot attend to make room for others. Minimum class size is five and maximum is 15, hence the need for RSVP. So you want to learn how to Classic Cross Country Ski? Let’s take a lesson to get the basics or to refine your current skills. Meet at the White Pine Touring Nordic Center, 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive (Intersection of SR 224 and Thaynes Canyon Drive) on-time lesson of 11:00 AM. If you are renting equipment arrive at least 30 minutes early before lesson time. If you have your own equipment arrive at least 15 minutes before lesson time. Expect cool temperatures, layered clothing, gloves, hat(s), sunglasses and sunscreen may be in order. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Snowshoe/X-Country Essentials. Don Winsor (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866) Location: 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive (Intersection of SR 224 and Thaynes Canyon Drive)  
X-Country SkiSkate Ski LessonWhite Pine Touring Nordic Center, 1541 Thaynes Canyon DriveOne hour Skate Ski lesson at White Pine Touring Nordic Center Date: Friday, January 13,  2017 10:20 AM (lesson time) Cost: $50/person (Rental, Lesson and track pass), or $35/person (Lesson and track pass) You must RSVP to attend – go to this link …… and click on “Sign Up” then “Submit and Sign Up” and enter your information to RSVP. Please limit to a maximum of 2 people. Please cancel if you cannot attend to make room for others. Minimum class size is five and maximum is 15, hence the need for RSVP. So you want to learn how to Skate Ski? Let’s take a lesson to get the basics or to refine your current skills. Please feel free to tip your instructor(s). Meet at the White Pine Touring Nordic Center, 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive (Intersection of SR 224 and Thaynes Canyon Drive) on-time lesson of 10:20 AM. If you are renting equipment arrive at least 30 minutes early before lesson time. If you have your own equipment arrive at least 15 minutes before lesson time. Expect cool temperatures, layered clothing, gloves, hat(s), sunglasses and sunscreen may be in order. Bring food, calorie packed snacks, plenty of water, and the remainder of the recommended Snowshoe/X-Country Essentials. Don Winsor (wd40rider@gmail.com, 801-673-5866) Location: 1541 Thaynes Canyon Drive (Intersection of SR 224 and Thaynes Canyon Drive)
X-Country SkiXC Skiing in Round ValleyQuinnâ��s Junction Round Valley trailhead mapXC Skiing in Round Valley Classic xc ski or skate ski, you pick. We’ll start off together, but with all the different abilities we may have, we’ll probably soon be separated. And that’s okay. Come ski at your own pace, on whatever skis you want to use. We’ll regroup at 12:30 and go to the hospital for lunch. Dogs welcome, but you must have a leash to get back and forth to the leash-free areas. It will be bitterly cold Sunday morning, so dress appropriately. Meet at 10:30 at the Quinn’s Junction Round Valley trailhead map. Ellen Sherk; 215.983.9224; ellensherk@gmail.com
X-Country SkiXC Nordic Ski and LUNCH at Jeremy Ranch Jeremy Ranch, 8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City, UTPlease arrive early to rent your skis. We will carpool to the ski trail at an on time departure time of 10:00. We will ski until noon. There will be an après ski lunch for $10 per person at noon! RSVP: Please email Sheree at slanshel@gmail.com if you plan to attend both ski and lunch. We will need to let Jeremy Ranch know our ski and lunch numbers. Leaders: Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140 and Jeri Brooke 847-525-5433. Activity: Easy and moderate cross-country skiing—classic or skate skiing on groomed trails at Jeremy Ranch, followed by $10 après lunch.   Level: go your own level since this is a circular course Leader(s): Jeri Brooke, 847-525-5433  & Sheree Anshel, 214-914-9140  Depart/Return: Meet at the Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse for on time departure of 10:00 am and ski for 2 hours.    Wear/Bring: Water & snack; classic or skate skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers.  Fees: Trail pass $6 if under 65 years ($5 if 65+). Rentals $22.50 skate or classic Lunch $10 No dogs  Please check the calendar for any updates or cancellations.
X-Country SkiXC Skiing at Round Valley-ModerateWasatch Bagels (1300 Snow Creek Drive)Bub Carlson will lead a moderate cross country ski group at Round Valley for both classic or skate skiers.  Dogs are welcome.  We will start from the Sunnyslopes Trailhead, but since it is difficult to find, we will meet in the parking lot of Wasatch Bagels off Kearns at 10:00.  We will ski a large loop and will return by 12:00.  There are hills on the course and it is regularly groomed.  No fees.  The outing will be cancelled if there is a big snow. Bub’s number is 435-729-0408.
X-Country SkiCross Country ski at Soldier HollowQuinns Junction Sports Complex parking lot

Wednesday, January 18th let's Cross Country ski at Soldier Hollow! 31K of trails of which we will plan to do a 5k loop on the easy stuff and if we want more after we can do a different loop for another 3K. Should be groomed and nice with very slight elevation gains, so all in all a moderate outing. $10 buckaroos for the young-ins and $5 for seniors. If you wish to rent equipment ($20), they will accommodate, just show up a little earlier to have that all squared away.

Leader: Mary Laudon 314-780-2348

Depart/Return:  Meet near the restrooms at Quinn's junction for car pooling and signing your life away. Please be there by 9:30 am for an onetime departure of 9:40.  Or meet us at Soldier Hollow club house at 10am.

Wear/Bring: Water & snack; classic or skate skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. 

Lunch: There are many options if desired

Pets are allowed on a minimum 6' leash so I will leave mine at home*:( sad

Please check the calendar for any updates or cancellations.

X-Country SkiWasatch State Park Nordic Classic and Skate skiQuinn's Junction Sports Complex parking lotWasatch State Park Nordic Classic and Skate ski Date:  February 16 from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Activity:  Groomed, Moderate 4 mile cross-country classic and skate skiing on the Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course in Heber, followed by lunch at Zermatt hotel.  Please let leaders know if you plan to stay for lunch so tables can be set when we arrive. Cost:  $3 to ski plus $7 per car for parking if no state park pass.  Suggest carpooling with someone who has a state park pass so the $7 parking fee is waived (up to 8 people per car). Equipment:  Rentals are available at the state park but they are limited.  Therefore you are advised to rent in Park City.  Please bring cash to pay for all fees. Leaders – Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140 and Robin Snow 858-205-5186 Depart/Return:  Meet for an on time departure of 10 am at Park City Sports Complex (Quinn’s Junction) at the restroom building (above the dog park); return back to parking area around 2:00 pm.  Also can meet at the Wasatch Mountain State Park Golf Course in Heber at 10:30 am. Wear/Bring: Water & snack; cross-country classic skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers.  No dogs. Location
:  Wasatch Mtn State Park in Heber Leader
s Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140 and Robin Snow 858-205-5186.
X-Country SkiXC Nordic Ski and LUNCH at Jeremy RanchJeremy Ranch Clubhouse

XC Nordic Ski and LUNCH at Jeremy Ranch

Please arrive early to rent your skis. We will carpool to the ski trail at an on time departure time of 10:00. We will ski until noon. There will be an après ski lunch for $10 per person at noon! RSVP: Please email Sheree at slanshel@gmail.com if you plan to attend both ski and lunch. We will need to let Jeremy Ranch know our ski and lunch numbers. Leaders: Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140 and Jeri Brooke 847-525-5433. Activity: Easy and moderate cross-country skiing—classic or skate skiing on groomed trails at Jeremy Ranch, followed by $10 après lunch. Level: go your own level since this is a circular course Leader(s): Jeri Brooke, 847-525-5433  & Sheree Anshel, 214-914-9140 Depart/Return: Meet at the Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse for on time departure of 10:00 am and ski for 2 hours. Wear/Bring: Water & snack; classic or skate skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Fees: Trail pass $6 if under 65 years ($5 if 65+). Rentals $22.50 skate or classic Lunch $10 No dogs Please check the calendar for any updates or cancellations. Location Jeremy Ranch, 8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City, UT Leader Sheree Anshel & Jeri Brooke
X-Country SkiXC Nordic Ski and LUNCH at Jeremy Ranch Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse

XC Nordic Ski and LUNCH at Jeremy Ranch

Please arrive early to rent your skis. We will carpool to the ski trail at an on time departure time of 10:00. We will ski until noon. There will be an après ski lunch for $10 per person at noon! RSVP: Please email Sheree at slanshel@gmail.com if you plan to attend both ski and lunch. We will need to let Jeremy Ranch know our ski and lunch numbers. Leaders: Sheree Anshel 214-914-9140 and Jeri Brooke 847-525-5433. Activity: Easy and moderate cross-country skiing—classic or skate skiing on groomed trails at Jeremy Ranch, followed by $10 après lunch. Level: go your own level since this is a circular course Leader(s): Jeri Brooke, 847-525-5433  & Sheree Anshel, 214-914-9140 Depart/Return: Meet at the Jeremy Ranch Clubhouse for on time departure of 10:00 am and ski for 2 hours. Wear/Bring: Water & snack; classic or skate skis, boots, & poles; cross-country ski pants & jacket; hat; face/neck buff; mittens; hand/foot warmers. Fees: Trail pass $6 if under 65 years ($5 if 65+). Rentals $22.50 skate or classic Lunch $10 No dogs Please check the calendar for any updates or cancellations. Location Jeremy Ranch, 8770 Jeremy Rd, Park City, UT Leader Sheree Anshel & Jeri Brooke