Last week ENVE invited the public out for an end-of-season outing on the famous Wasatch Crest trail in Park City, Utah, and picked up the shuttle tab. The Crest starts from the top of Guardsman Pass, which sits between Big Cottonwood Canyon and Park City Mountain Resort. It follows the ridgeline (or crest) down 1400 feet of descent, before dropping down either into Millcreek Canyon or the Canyons at Park City Mountain Resort. It is an epic ride that anyone visiting the Salt Lake City area should experience.
With so many trail variations coming off of the Crest, each group ended up choosing a slightly different route. Some took the Crest trail down to the Canyons, riding 14 miles and descending 3,400 feet. Others elected to take the trails at Park City Mountain Resort, which are equally fun and challenging.
Everyone enjoyed the breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains, which were fully showing their fall colors. Aspen trees were blazingly red and yellow from the summit back to the base. Pizza from local’s-favorite Davaza’s was the perfect post-ride dinner.
After last week’s success, ENVE will be expanding the program so we can reach more areas and see more people. Stay tuned for details on future events via email and Instagram.