Trailside Area | July 18
Date: Friday, July 17, 2020
Location: Park City Coffee Roasters 1764 Uinta Way, Park City, UT 84098
There will NOT be Packet Pick-Up on Race Day. If you are unable to pick up your packet, please arrange to have someone do so for you during the scheduled packet pick up time. Please email us if you need an exception to this.
ARRIVAL TIME: All runners please arrive in time to be at the start area and ready to run by 8:45am.
START TIMES: Mighty Moose start at 9:00am, Junior Moose start at 9:05am, Mini Moose start at 9:10am
LOCATION: Location is at North Round ValleyTrailhead in the Trailside neighborhood of Park City. Please use this address to navigate to start area: 510 Silver Summit Pkwy, Park City, UT 84098. Signs will direct you to the start/finish area.
TRANSPORTATION: We strongly encourage all runners and spectators to get to the race by riding the free Park City Bus which frequents the Trailside area. Biking or walking to the event is also encouraged as is carpooling.
SAFETY: Safety is first priority for the runners at Moose on the Loose. Racing takes place 100% on dirt and while running on trails, you can expect some ruts, roots, rocks, grass, shade, mud, and other challenges. We have tried to minimize these on our selection of Moose on the Loose courses but some should be expected.
A parent/guardian is welcome to run alongside their little moose during any race for no additional fee. Adults that choose to do so are expected to sign a race waiver.
If for any reason, runners need assistance in making it back to the start/finish area, volunteers placed along the course will be able to radio to the finish area for help.
As runners line up for their respective start time, they will be “checked out.” Once a runner crosses the finish line and the bib tag is recorded, the runner will be “checked in” and will be accounted for. This will help to ensure all runners return safely back to the finish line.
COURSE MARKING: It is of utmost importance to use that the courses are well marked and easy to follow. We utilize both signs staked into the ground, as well as colored chalk to mark all courses. There will also be a volunteer stationed anywhere there is a turn or where the course distance may split.
AID STATIONS: There will be at least one Aid Station on the Mini Moose and the Junior Moose courses. The Mighty Moose course will have at least 2 Aid Stations.
RESTROOMS: Restrooms will be available at the race start/finish area.
CANCELLATION: In the event that a registered runner can not attend, no refunds will be allowed.
In the event that weather prevents the event from taking place, the event will be canceled with the POSSIBILITY of rescheduling; no refunds will be given.
We are proud to partner with Youth Sports Alliance.The Mission of The Alliance is to support sports activities for youth in Summit and Wasatch counties, promoting good sportsmanship and healthy lifestyles through participation, education and competition. A portion of every race entry goes to support YSA and its Mission.