Payson High class has stu­dents rid­ing 22 miles


The smooth trail be­gins in Provo and con­tin­ues for 11 miles un­til a point at Lone Peak is reached. The stu­dents rest for a while and then pro­ceed to come back the way they came. In pre­vi­ous years, her classes have biked from Provo to Thanks­giv­ing Point and taken Fron­tRun­ner back. Mrs. Miller’s classes have grown to be too large for the Fron­tRun­ner to con­tain; hence the change in the des­ti­na­tion.

Through­out the se­mes­ter, Mrs. Miller’s classes in­dulge in many sports that re­quire only one or two peo­ple. Th­ese ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude golf, ten­nis, bad­minton, swim­ming, bowl­ing, archery, bik­ing, hik­ing, and any other sport she deems ac­cept­able.

If for any rea­son a stu­dent can­not par­tic­i­pate in the bik­ing ac­tiv­ity, they can choose to join Mr. Archer’s class in a hike to Mt. Loafer.

Parker Han­nifin said this about the bike trip: “It was a pretty long trip, but I got some good ex­er­cise, saw some neat scenery, and had a good time over­all.” Safety was a key in­gre­di­ent to the event, with stu­dents wear­ing hel­mets and heed­ing to the ad­vice from the su­per­vi­sors.

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