Spring Runs

Spring Runs

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Reuss, Dave

Published May 2011- Check our EVENTS CALENDAR for updated dates. 

There’s no better way to shake off the cobwebs of hibernation than to ditch the treadmill, head outdoors, and compete. Lace up your shoes and come run this spring—check out winddrinkers.org or runmt.com for updates and more information on most races.

33rd Handicap Run – 5.4, 3, or 1.1 miles. Run with a handicap time determined by results of February’s Froze Nose Run.

Wounded Warriors Project, Helena – 10k, 5k, 1 mile; masochists can run all three. Proceeds benefit woundedwarriorproject.org.
Grizzly Peak Adventure Race, Red Lodge – ski 2.5 miles, bike 6.5 miles, run 2.5 miles, and drink as many pints as you can in Sam's Tap Room at the finish.
Peaks to Prairie, Red Lodge – this locally famous adventure race includes a run, bike, and paddle. Solo and team events.
33rd Back from Bridger – distances of 17.5, 12.5, 9.7, 7, and 3 miles. Starts at Bridger Bowl.

Baldy Blitz – run to the top of Baldy and back. Usually plenty of snow!
Don't Fence Me In, Helena – 30k, 12k, and 5k trail runs; fundraiser for the Prickly Pear Land Trust.
Peets Hill Hustle – a varied 5k through Bozeman. 522-9087.
24th Frank Newman Marathon and Relay – the hardest way to get to Livingston.

Lewis and Clark Marathon – 26.2 miles; ends at the MSU stadium. lewisandclarkmarathon.com.
Wulfman's Continental Divide Trail 14k, Butte – this point-to-point, singletrack race runs from Pipestone Pass to Homestake Pass. buttespissandmoanrunners.com.

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