PARK CITY, Utah — For the seventh year in a row, Main Street will be filled to the brim with participants lining up to re-claim the title of the World Record for longest shot ski for Park City. The event put on by Park City Sunrise Rotary Club and High West invites 1,360 shot-takers on Saturday, Oct. 21, at 2:00 p.m. to participate in the World Record setting event.
Breckenridge’s current World Record of 1,350 participants was set in January 2022. The Denver Post reports the current World Record “shot-ski, which is unofficial (and not tracked by the Guinness Book of World Records), was 2,401 feet in length and was accomplished with 1,350 shots of Breckenridge Broncos bourbon, according to the distillery.”
The illustrious title of the ski town with the World Record for longest shot ski has changed hands several times between Breckenridge and Park City over the last 7 years. Park City is ready to bring the record back home.
“We are so grateful to our generous community who help make the beloved Park City Sunrise Shot Ski™ such a fun, memorable event year after year,” said Park City Sunrise Rotary Club member Connie Nelson. “Together, we’re aiming to break last year’s records and raise $50,000 to support our local grant programs and fuel big ideas from our innovative, resourceful Park City residents.”
Tickets to participate in the shot ski have sold out and a reminder that from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. : parking and vehicles will be removed from upper Main Street (between Heber and Treasure Mountain Inn) on Oct. 21.