Aug 22-25, 2019
Snowbasin Resort, UTAH
The ultimate endurance weekend has been created. We rent a private mountain and setup a luxury basecamp including glamping tents, curated food and beverage plus bands and entertainment. Each all inclusive ticket provides daily training programs, elite coaching and entry into a community of like-minded individuals.
The scenic Wasatch mountains play host to a new category of endurance event. You will have 36 hours to climb the mountain as many times as you can. Take the gondola down. Repeat.
Each hike is 2.3 miles long and gains 2,310 vertical feet. Summit Snowbasin 13 times and you’ve climbed the equivalent of Mt. Everest. 29029.
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2019 Utah Single Entry$3,995.00 for 1 month SOLD OUT
2019 Utah Tent for TWO$10,495.00 for 1 month SOLD OUT
A: The elevation at the base of Snowbasin is 6,391 feet. Each hike to the summit is 2.3 miles, covering 2,310 vertical feet.
A: 13 times is the number of hikes to the summit of Snowbasin to achieve the vertical equivalent of Mt. Everest, which is 29029 ft. Please refer to the Elevation Chart to learn about the number of hikes required to achieve the vertical equivalent of each of the 7 summits of the world.
A: The registration fee for an all inclusive single entry is $3,995. A payment plan of $745 per month (6 months) is available.
A: Nothing is for sale at 29029. Your ticket price includes everything you need to train, attend, sleep, eat, drink and party for 3 nights and 4 days.
- Entry to the a limited capacity exclusive endurance event
- Full training plan with coaching calls and daily workouts
- 3 nights accommodations in a luxury glamping tent
- All food, beverage, alcohol (vegan, vegetarian and gluten free diets accommodated)
- All event swag
- Massage therapy, Norma-tec recovery boots and stretch therapists
- Private Facebook group and community building with 29029 peers
- Speakers and experts discussing mindset and wellness and training plans
A: Our endurance coach provides a tiered training program from beginners to endurance junkies. Various training methods include hiking, strength training, incline work on a treadmill or hill repeats, jogging, and mobility exercises. Cross training is also suggested, such as swimming, biking or walking.
A: Yes, to all of the above. Please let our team know if you have any special requests at the time of registration.
A: There are 3 aid stations on the mountain. We will provide water and beverages that include electrolytes and caffeine as well. Nutrition options will range from a large variety of gels, bars, and chews, fruit and whole food choices, pretzels, dried fruit, and an abundance of other options choose from. A participant once compared the aid stations to the same experience as walking down an aisle at Whole Foods. 29029 will distribute a more thorough list in the athlete’s guide prior to the event
A:29029 will pair you with 2 others of the same gender. Each person will have their own single bed.
A: No, this is the total time available to hike. The challenge will begin at 6am on Friday and will end at 6pm on Saturday. You will be able to take the gondola down the mountain the entire 36 hours.
A: Check in will be at approximately lunchtime on Thursday. We will have speakers that will discuss mindset and wellness, among other topics. The challenge will begin at 6am on Friday and will end at 6pm Saturday. There will be a closing ceremony, followed by some music and cocktails. Departure is mid morning of Sunday of the event. The exact itinerary will be finalized several months before the event.
Yes, spectators are allowed to attend 29029. Spectators are able to cheer for participants at the base of the mountain and can ride down the gondola as well. Spectators are not allowed to hike on the mountain, in the tents, or in the dining areas. Meals as well as the speakers are for participants only.
A: The closest airport is Salt Lake City, which is approximately a 1 hour drive from Snowbasin.
A: 29029 will distribute a suggested packing list before the event. This will provide the best recommendations of what to pack. Wearing layers is recommended, as are comfortable trail shoes or hiking boots. Trekking poles are also highly recommended. The one item that you are required to bring is a headlamp for hiking at night for safety reasons.
A: The average high at Snowbasin Resort in August is 80 degrees F, with an average low of 44 degrees.
I woke up feeling extremely grateful (and a little sore) this morning. I have never truly felt stronger mentally or physically. Thank you for absolutely the best, most soul-stirring event I have ever participated in. There is something very unique and special about the group of people the event brought together. Definitely made a difference in my life.- Marc Skalla
Just wanted to give you a tremendous high five and a pat on the back for putting on a phenomenal event this weekend. It was over-the-top incredibly well run and a badass event that slayed us all.
I’m so elated (the word doesn’t do the emotion justice) that I finished. I don’t see myself as a “real athlete” and this weekend might have changed my perception ;-). It was life changing for me and I hope I stay on this high for a very very long time. I feel so accomplished and proud. Thank you for what you did to create an event that allowed me to feel this way.- Susie Schnall
I was BLOWN away by the quality of the event, and the people helping to coordinate it all.
The attitudes of everyone helping to make it all work were incredible, uplifting and full of great energy that made a big difference to the athletes involved.
Every detail that you all thought of (from the branding wall to the spray paint wall, the tents, the food, etc)… was just amazing.- Lindsay Wojciechowski
You are amazing. Your team is amazing. The entire 29029 event and experience was amazing. Well done.
You and your team’s positive attitude made a HUGE difference in the experience of 29029. A genuine smile and a few words of encouragement can make that next excruciating step just a bit more manageable. I want to personally thank you for 29029. This was my re-entry to endurance athletics after a five-year pause (young family and launched our company). This was the first time our children got to see their Dad set a goal, suffer through the process and complete the goal. This is such a powerful life lesson and one that is hard to replicate.
It was a gift spending time around so many kind and positive people. With out a doubt the most upbeat, positive, and well organized event I’ve ever been to. Also, thanks for the awesome boost of energy you gave us all after each climb. It did not go unnoticed and was much needed. That was a serious challenge, but a blast to climb.