2018 50/20 Orem - Utah National Parks Council
2018 50/20 Orem - Utah National Parks Council


2018 50/20 Orem - Utah National Parks Council
Date/Time
Registration Begins
6/4/2018 1:00 AM
Last Day To Register
9/10/2018 5:00 PM
Location
4400 W Center St
Provo, UT 84601, US
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***Registration, on this site only, is closed. For Late Registrations please use link below: 

Late Registration Link

Utah National Parks Council 50/20

Covering 50 miles in 20 hours!!!

September 14th - 15th

Start times begin from 3 pm - 6:30pm 

at the Utah Lake State Park, Provo River Trail Head

Cost:  $15.00 per person ($25 after September 7, 2018)

The late registration fee of an additional $10.00 will apply after September 7, 2018. Late registration will begin Saturday, September 8th at 1:00 am, using the link below (or at the starting area the day of the event):

Scouts & Young Women ages 12 and up

Cubs may complete the first 25 miles if accompanied by an adult (Adults with Cubs do not need to register unless completing the full 50 miles.)

Parents and leaders are welcome too.

You may run or walk if you wish

You will receive an event T-shirt to wear during the 50/20 course, and if you complete the course within 20 hours you will receive a quality key chain (that will be a reminder for years) and will say on it—“I CAN DO HARD THINGS” 

If you register by September 7th, you will be guaranteed a T-shirt.  After the 7th we cannot guarantee you will receive the shirt.

 

2018 Utah National Parks Council 50/20 Flyer

50-20 Route Map 2018

Aid Stations and Distances for Stakes

Tips and Helps for the 50/20

Powerpoint Presentation

OBJECTIVES

*     Build confidence and determination as our youth prove to themselves that they can ‘DO HARD THINGS'
*     Build stronger relationships in their families and quorum.
*     Help our youth follow the example of the Savior in courage, determination, and finishing.

This is about staying power and determination.  Being able to keep going when it gets tough and hard------ is what this is all about.  Be tough and endure it well and remember that “YOU CAN DO HARD THINGS"


September 14th and 15th The Utah National Parks Council is sponsoring a great event called the 50/20.  It is 50 miles in 20 hours and you can make it by walking all the way if you wish.  You can come one or come as a group.  We will be starting on the 14th from 3-6:30 p.m. at the Utah Lake State Park at the Provo River Trailhead, walking on that trail to the mouth of Provo Canyon, where we will walk west and connect onto the Murdock Canal Trail almost over to the Alpine Highway and back.  Participants will have a wrist band put on them at that time and they will return along that same path.  Along the way there will be 22 aid stations, with professional medical personnel, that will have water and advice for the participants.  Those stations are also where parents and others can join in the walk, support, feed, and aid their youth in this event.   Restrooms and commercial business are along the path for use and refreshment.  We encourage groups to do it together, but doing it individually works as well.  Parents and leaders of boys are more than encouraged to participate (all or part way) with your youth.  For the back half of this event, that support will make all the difference in the world.  Those completing the event within the the 20 hours will receive a quality key chain.

 

Late registration will begin Saturday, September 8th at 1:00 am, using this link below (or you can late register at the starting area the day of the event):

Late Registration Link

If the 'Register' button below is not showing, use the Late Registration link above or late register at the starting area the day of the event.

Cost
$15.00 per Participant
Late fee
After 9/7/2018 a fee of $10.00 will apply.
Cancellation Policy
Refunds will be fully issued if you cancel your registration no later than August 10, 2018. After August 10th no refunds will be issued. To cancel & receive your refund, please contact Utah National Parks Council office at 801-437-6222