Join us for the Dodo Dash 5k Fun Run @ Sugarhouse Park Saturday, September 30th, 2017 All proceeds benefit Parley's Trail! Free T-Shirt for first 100 registrants, $20 gift card for all paid participants, and free whole dessert certificate from the Dodo Restaurant for each team/group registered and dressed in a common theme (costumes, same t-shirts, hats, etc.). Race start 9 am | kids race 8:30 am  Kids 8 and under = FREE registration  Youth 9-14 = $10 registration Team/ Group (4 or more) = $22 registration registration site: https://runsignup.com/Race/UT/SaltLakeCity/DodoDash

Join us for the Dodo Dash 5k Fun Run @ Sugarhouse Park Saturday, September 30th, 2017

All proceeds benefit Parley's Trail!

Free T-Shirt for first 100 registrants, $20 gift card for all paid participants, and free whole dessert certificate from the Dodo Restaurant for each team/group registered and dressed in a common theme (costumes, same t-shirts, hats, etc.).

Race start 9 am | kids race 8:30 am 

Kids 8 and under = FREE registration 

Youth 9-14 = $10 registration

Team/ Group (4 or more) = $22 registration

registration site: https://runsignup.com/Race/UT/SaltLakeCity/DodoDash

Get Involved

The Parley's Rails Trails and Tunnels (PRATT) Coalition welcomes volunteers to get involved with building Parley's Trail at any capacity. You can get involved with:

  • Planning and Trail Design
  • Service Projects along the Trail
  • Fundraising Efforts
  • Making a Personal Donation
  • Join our Mailing List

The Board of Directors meets on the second Wednesday of every month from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM at the Salt Lake County Government Complex (south building, 4th floor, room S4006), located at 2001 S. State St., in Salt Lake City. Board meetings are open and anyone is invited to attend. 

Thank you for visiting the Parley's Trail site. We hope you have enjoyed your experience on the trail and will consider donating below. 

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Parley’s Trail is a community driven project, supported by an outstanding group of volunteers, businesses and government officials. It has been an honor working with those who care so passionate about this amenity.
— Juan, PRATT Board Chair