The Wasatch Crest is a trail traversing the alpine ridge north of Big Cottonwood Canyon, with broad appeal to mountain bikers in the western US. Classically, mountain bikers will ride this route as a shuttle, requiring inherent logistical complications (2 motor vehicles, two trips, $, etc.) Thanks to installation of the Armstrong (uphill only trail) and a commuter bus between Salt Lake City and Park City, this route is now more accessible, but still on EVEN DAYS ONLY-due to upper mill creek trail rules. This film was captured with the intent of sharing this special mountain bike route with carfree, or SLC valley dwellers with limited access to an automobile. Music provided by Bass Casualty, youtube.com/user/BassCausality. The 902 bus schedule can be found @ rideuta.com/mc/?page=Bus-BusHome-Route902

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