The 7 stage hosts/venues were announced on January 11. Organizers of the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah announced today the dates and host venues for the 2017 edition of the week-long men’s professional cycling race known as “America’s Toughest Stage Race.”
Scheduled for July 31-Aug. 6, the Tour of Utah will begin in Logan and conclude in Salt Lake City. Daily stages include four first-time hosts in Brigham City, Big Cottonwood Canyon, South Jordan City and Layton; challenging climbs in the Wasatch Range around Snowbasin Resort; a flag-waving sprint finish in Bountiful; and the traditional Queen Stage from Heber Valley to Snowbird Resort.
Stage 4 welcomes South Jordan City as a first-time Tour of Utah host community on Aug. 3. The race passed through the area last year but it will have an official designation as a start and finish line for a circuit race. Davis County will be home for Stage 5 on Aug. 4 with the start in new host Layton City and the finish in Bountiful, marking the third straight year for the location just north of downtown Salt Lake City.
|2017 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah|
|1||Monday, July 31||Logan|
|2||Tuesday, Aug. 1||Brigham City to Snowbasin Resort|
|3||Wednesday, Aug. 2||Big Cottonwood Canyon|
|4||Thursday, Aug. 3||South Jordan City|
|5||Friday, Aug. 4||Layton to Bountiful|
|6||Saturday, Aug. 5||Heber Valley to Snowbird Resort|
|7||Sunday, Aug. 6||Salt Lake City|