Tour of Utah Announces Host Cities for 2017

Lachlan Morton crushing the final climb to Empire Pass in stage 7 of the 2016 Tour of Utah. Morton would go on to win the stage and the overall win; reclaiming the lead from Andrew Talansky on the last day of the race. Photo by Dave Iltis
Lachlan Morton crushing the final climb to Empire Pass in stage 7 of the 2016 Tour of Utah. Morton would go on to win the stage and the overall win; reclaiming the lead from Andrew Talansky on the last day of the race. Photo by Dave Iltis

January 11, 2017 – The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah today announced the host cities for the 2017 edition. The internationally renowned stage race will be held from July 31 – August 6, 2017 in various locations across the state of Utah.

The host cities for 2017 are:

Stage 1 July 31: Logan to Logan. 

Stage 2 August 1: Brigham City to Snowbasin Resort. 

Stage 3 August 2: Big Cottonwood Canyon individual time trial. 

Stage 4 August 3: South Jordan City to South Jordan City. 

Stage 5 August 4: Davis County Layton City to Bountiful. 

Stage 6 August 5: Heber Valley to Snowbird Resort. Start at Soldier Hollow. 

Stage 7 August 6: Salt Lake City circuit race. 

2016 Race Coverage: See our September 2016 issue.

2017 Race Details:

July 31-August 6 — Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, Various, UT, The Tour of Utah is a UCI 2.HC sanctioned stage race for the top men’s teams in the world. As America’s Toughest Stage Race, the race covers more than 500 miles across Utah, and 52,000 feet of climbing. It is broadcast worldwide on Tour Tracker and is free for spectators., Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah , 801-325-7000, [email protected], tourofutah.com

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