The Peak Series

In true Discrete style, the Peak Series is redefining what mountain running is all about. Starting from the base of a world-famous ski resort, you’ll rally up windswept ridges and glacial cirques to towering peaks, power down a quad-burning descent, and break the tape into a festival of live music, food, drink, and vendor tents. The elevation is serious but the mileage is manageable, and the race is as hardcore as you want it to be--beat the pros down to earn legend status and cash prizes, or enjoy the views and let the challenge be its own reward.

EVENTS

Deer Valley

June 24th, 2017

The Peak Series kicks off at Deer Valley Resort. Runners will be treated to views of Park City, Heber, Jordanelle State Park, before descending back to the vendor village, complete with music, food, beverage, and announcer to root your fellow competitors though the finish area, celebrate the mountains!

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Alta Ski Area

July 15th, 2017
 
The Discrete Peak Series returned to Alta Ski Area with a 7.2 mile/12k, course that includes 2,545 ft of climbing. The event blossom at the base of Albion Lodge, we tangled with an awesome loop, the summit featured Mt. Baldy, descended back down to Albion Grill with 312 heartfelt runners. Vendor village hummed with music demo's from Salomon, Goal Zero, Maverick and many more. Push Peaks!
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A-Basin, CO

July 29th, 2017
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Alyeska, AK

August 12, 2017
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Snowbird

August 26th, 2017

Final stop brings us back to Little Cottonwood Canyon for our race at Snowbird Resort.  The 8.9 mile course with 3,599 ft of climbing brings participants up to Hidden Peak via Peruvian Gulch, to the base of Mineral Basin, before ascending Sugarloaf Pass on the way to Mt. Baldy.    Runners will finish up just in time for live music, food, and drinks at Snowbird’s Oktoberfest!

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REGISTER NOW TO RECEIVE A DISCRETE SNAPBACK

In it for the swag? You don’t even have to win to get kitted out; each competitor will receive a limited-edition Discrete snapback at each event, so your headwear game will be as on point as your mountain running skills.



TESTIMONIALS

OUR SPONSORS

CHALLENGES / AWARDS

EQUAL WORK, EQUAL PAY

Everyone’s running the same course, so the Peak Series is doing the logical thing and paying out the same prizes. The winner of each race gets $500, both overall series winners take home the same, and the top three finishers in the Expert and Sport divisions will score a package of killer gear after every race.



GOPRO PEAK FREAK

Cash prizes, gear giveaways, and bragging rights are all worthy rewards for putting yourself through the Peak Series wringer, but if you’re the first one to reach the summit, you’ll also take a home a GoPro Hero4 camera. The fastest guy and gal each get one, so make sure your shoes are laced up right and your legs are ready for the starter’s pistol.



POWERED BY GOAL ZERO

Keeping our footprint small is as important as keeping stoke high, so Discrete has teamed with Goal Zero to ensure that the Peak Series uses 100% solar energy to ensure the event runs as cleanly as you do; no fossil fuels, no carbon emissions, no nastiness. 



PROBAR: MIDDLE OF THE PACK AWARD

The Peak Series is about more than winning. It’s about testing yourself, bagging some peaks, and having a hell of a time, and in that spirit, PROBAR is sponsoring the Middle of the Pack Award. Every race, the runner who finishes squarely in the middle of the field will receive a handsome, and tasty, reward to fuel them on their next adventure.