A south to north route, seven first-time host cities, and a 9,800 ft start all are in store for this year’s Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah.
The race, which will run from August 6 to 11, is a six-day, UCI 2.1-rated professional stage race covering 534 miles with 38,500 vertical feet of climbing.
2013 Tour of Utah Route
|Pre-race August 5, 2013||Cedar City|
|Stage 1: August 6, 2013||Brian Head to Cedar City|
|Stage 2: August 7, 2013||Panguitch to Torrey|
|Stage 3: August 8, 2013||Ritchfied to Payson|
|Stage 4: August 9, 2013||Salt Lake City|
|Stage 5: August 10, 2013||Snowbasin to Snowbird|
|Stage 6: August 11 2013||Park City to Park City|
An expanded tour
“We’ve always had our eye on expanding the Tour to the southern part of the state, and with great fan, sponsor and community support, we’ve been able to do that. Our fan base provided solid crowds every day last year, and we attracted widespread audiences watching the race live on FOX Sports Network and on the web with TourTracker.
The Tour of Utah generated $14 million in direct economic impact for the state in 2012 and our race expansion is expected to have an even greater impact.
From Cedar City to Park City, we appreciate the support of all our 2013 host cities and look forward to the biggest year yet.”
– Steve Miller, President of the Tour of Utah