Day 1 (Sept.12): Baker, Montana
Day 2 (Sept.13): Bowman, North Dakota
Day 3 (Sept.14): Belle Fourche, South Dakota
Day 4 (Sept.15): Sundance, Wyoming
Day 5 (Sept.16): Chadron, Nebraska
Day 6 (Sept.17): Sterling, Colorado
Series dates: Monday, September 12-Saturday, September 17, 2016
Race times: All races in this series begin at 6:30AM Mountain Daylight Time.
Packet pickup: Sept 11, 4-6PM; Triangle Park, Lakeview Drive, Baker MT. Free pasta dinner, 4-6PM at Triangle Park
Race day packet pickup/registration: One hour before start time on race day, at the start line.
Early Start: No, all races begin at first light.
Average temps: Low 43/High 77
Time limit: None. We have a “no runner left behind” policy, and we happily stay until the final finisher crosses the line. Walkers are always welcome!
Pets/strollers: Pets are not allowed, for the safety and comfort of our runners/walkers; you’re welcome to bring a stroller if you have small children.
Group dinners: See individual states’ pages for times, dates, and locations.
Discounts: $10 discount to active military, as well as members of any club that will list these events on their calendar. (Active.com requires a code to receive discount, which you can find on the club’s site or by contacting us.) We also offer a discount for local participants; contact us for details.
Travel: Rapid City, SD is the closest airport. All driving distances between races are under 200 miles per day.
Food/aid stations: Due to our unique multi-loop course setup, we have one giant “aid station,” with more food and drink than you could ever need! Ask anyone who’s run at least one of our races; we’ve got everything from fruit to jelly beans to sandwiches, water to Gatorade to hot coffee, and everything in between. Way more than just Goo and bananas (although the banana smoothies really hit the spot on hot days)!
Registration information is below. You may do any number of races; special medals are awarded to those who complete all six!
- Travel distances/times between race locations:
- Day 1 (MT) => Day 2 (ND): 47 miles, 0:50
- Day 2 (ND) => Day 3 (SD): 117 miles, 1:52
- Day 3 (SD) => Day 4 (WY): 41 miles, 0:42
- Day 4 (WY) => Day 5 (NE): 190 miles, 3:01
- Day 5 (NE) => Day 6 (CO): 166 miles, 2:49
What about the bling?
We all know that’s the best part! Every participant (full or half marathon) will receive one t-shirt and other fun goodies.
All finishers will receive a separate medal for each day; in addition, we give a special medal to those who complete all races in a series.
We even give a special award to each person participating in his or her first full or half marathon!
The best part: The famous caboose, given to the final finisher of each marathon and half marathon!