Welcome to the
Utah pages of Cyclepass.com. I forgot to
mention canyons in the title. Without the multi
colored canyons, at the beginning and end of many
cycling climbs, Utah just wouldn't be Utah. The
state has an incredible variety of landscapes that
lend themselves to exploration by bicycle. Besides
the arid south, there are alpine climbs in the
Wasatch Range. But most of the highest elevation
differences are found in the high, green plateaus
of central and south central Utah, which lead back
down to the canyons - again the amazing red,
white, sheer maze of canyons.
start, here are some completely paved
summits can be accessed through the following map:
of Utah Summits and Passes
pages are in two distinct formats. Some pages
contain elevation profiles, maps, and
descriptions. The group of pages in this longer
format changes from time to time. Besides the
favorites above, there are some more in:
All pass/ summit pages can also be accessed
through the following tables. If there is
description, it is listed in the navigation bar on
the left side.
Utah has so many more riding possibilities than
just the handful of busy resort towns. The
following maps divide the state into quads and
then list the summits for each quad. These are
used in the navigation bar to see which summits
are close by.
Needless to say that there are many, many more
summits. A page like this can never be complete.