All participants are required to use the shuttle to and from Bohart Ranch parking to the start of the race and from the finish line. There are no exceptions. The Forest Service has been very clear about NO parking at either the start or the finish.If you are coming from out of town then you should take the East Main street exit (#309) from I-90 and proceed west on Main. At the fourth stop light (Rouse street approximately 1.5 miles) you will take a right (north) on Rouse. There will be a sign there that says Bridger Bowl Ski area. From there you will continue to drive north for approximately 17 miles until you reach the Bohart Ranch sign where you will take a left. Someone will be there.
Packet pick-up will take place at Bozeman Running Company on Thursday July 3rd from 12:00 – 7:00 PM and Friday July 4th from 10:00 – 5:00 PM. All participants must pick up their packets on July 3rd or 4th. THERE WILL BE NO PACKET PICK-UP ON RACE DAY. If you do not pick your packet up by Friday July 4th, you will not be able to participate in the race.
Awards will be presented to the top three overall male and female finishers. One award will be presented to the first Master finisher (45+) for both male and female participants. There will be no “double-dipping” for awards. For example, if you are the second female finisher but also the first master finisher, you will be awarded the second place award and the first master award will go to the next finisher. There will also be several raffle prizes.
This race wouldn’t be possible without volunteers. We need volunteers to run aid stations and help with set up and logistics. If you would like to volunteer please contact the Race Director.
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