July 22-25, 2021RMEF Mountain Festival
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Join us outside for the RMEF Mountain Festival July 22-25, 2021 in conjunction with the Total Archery Challenge at Canyons Village in Park City, Utah.

Mountain Festival Events include: 2021 World Elk Calling Championships, presented by Sportsman's Warehouse; live music, seminars from outdoor industry pros, live podcasts and more at the Mountain Festival Live Stage sponsored by Leupold; nightly After Parties; Mountain Festival vendor booths and interactive experiences and much more!

We'll also be keeping the spirit of Elk Camp alive with an online auction. Help RMEF raise funds to further our mission of ensuring the future of elk, other wildlife, their habitat and our hunting heritage. An Auction preview is coming soon!

World Elk Calling Championships
presented by Sportsman's Warehouse

Who is the world's best? Contestants will try to out-bugle, out-bark, out-mew and out-chirp the competition to find out.

Compete in one of six divisions: Professional, Men's, Women's, Voice, Youth (11-17 years old) and Pee Wee (10 years old and under).

New in 2021, the Professional and Men's divisions will be double-elimination! No entry fees and competition is open to any qualifying person.


Mountain Festival Live Stage
presented by Leupold

Daily live stage programming! Seminars, podcasts, live music and more. Check back for the schedule soon.


Nightly After Parties

Join RMEF in Canyons Village for nightly After Parties! Come relax with friends and enjoy some good food and live entertainment. Details will be announced soon.


Mountain Festival Vendors

Come check out the best gear from top outdoor brands!
View the current exhibitor list below:

SHOP RMEF
RMEF Membership & Raffles
RMEF Great Elk Tour
Traeger
Bass Pro Shops/Cabela's
Eberlestock
onX
Danner
Davis Tent
Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls
Shoot Like A Girl
Alps OutdoorZ
Gerber
Mathews
Nosler
QuietKat
Sportsman's Warehouse
Pack Wheel
Kuiu
YETI
Leupold
Fiocchi
Black Rifle Coffee Company
Montana Knife Co.
goHUNT
Sitka
Badass Gear
Badlands
Solomon
Bakcou
MTN OPS
Jakt Gear
Nock On Archery
Sorinex

PSE
Argali Outdoors
Mystery Ranch
Schnees
Kings Camo
Sheep Feet Outdoors
Bow Spider
Peak Refuel
Hanwag NA
Klean Freak
Easton/Sevr
Cedarside
Vuni Gear
Uncharted Supply
Outdoor Group
That's Bowhunting
Black Ovis
Crispi
Prime
Kifaru
Hoyt
Scheel's
Protracker
Flexmark Outdoors
Huntin' Fool
Pnuma Outdoors
Xpedition Outdoors
HHA Sports
Off the Grid
Bear Archery
Trophy Ridge
Rock Ridge
Tactacam
Wilderness Physical Therapy


Elk Camp Online Auction Preview

Dozens of high-quality items, hunts and trips will be available for bid during the Elk Camp Online Auction. Auction will be open during the RMEF Mountain Festival, July 22-25, 2021. Check back for a preview of auction items soon.


Mountain Festival Hotel Information

Discounted rates for RMEF Mountain Festival & Total Archery Challenge Attendees

RMEF is happy to offer room blocks at three properties within Canyons Village at a reduced rate.

Grand Summit Hotel
Room rates range from $149-$199 (plus 13.32% tax and $15 resort fee)

Silverado Lodge
Room rates are $134 (plus 13.32% tax and $10 resort fee)

Sundial Lodge
Room rates are $139 (plus 13.32% room tax and $10 resort fee)
The Sundial Lodge rates do not include daily housekeeping service. It can be added to your reservation for an additional fee.

Reservations

Call the Canyons Reservation Department:
Reference Group Code: CF1RM21
1.855.332.1601


Travel Information

Airport Shuttle
Park City Shuttle is an independent shuttle provider offering one way or round trip transportation between Canyons Village and the Salt Lake City International Airport. You can check out their services, pricing and make reservations at parkcityshuttle.com or by calling 435.658.2227, ext. 13

High-Altitude Sickness Warning
The base of the resort is 6,800 feet above sea level. Some people may experience symptoms associated with high altitude. Symptoms may include headaches, dizziness, nausea, loss of appetite, restless sleep, fatigue and loss of energy or shortness of breath.

Hydration is the best way to help your body adjust to high altitude. Generally the low humidity at altitude keeps the air dry, so you should drink twice as much water as you would at home. Also remember to protect your skin. With every 3,000' increase in altitude, UV levels rise by 10-12%.