Race the Wolf | 52km / 26km / 8km

June 27-28, 2020 // Schweitzer Mountain Resort // Sandpoint, Idaho


Race the Wolf ultramarathon and trail race series includes three distances: 52km and 26km events on June 27, and an 8km trail race on June 28, 2020. 

Located at Schweitzer Mountain Resort, our course naturally boasts steep climbs, really fun single track and some super fast two-track. Not to mention the epic views: they stretch from Lake Pend Oreille to Montana and the Canadian border. This is North Idaho's rugged, scenic beauty at its best. You won't be disappointed!

52km // 6929'

This is extreme Schweitzer Mountain running! Burly climbs, fun single track, some xc and a little service road thrown in to test your speed, with amazing views in all directions. The new ultramarathon 2020 course will challenge and excite you!

26km // 4062'

Shorter, but definitely not lesser! This trail race is classic Schweitzer, boasting the big climbs, fun trails and killer views of the 52k, at half the distance. Don't be fooled, though - it's tough!

8km (5mi) // 710'

Not feeling the longer races? Want to go shorter and faster? This course will not disappoint! Get a taste of Schweitzer Mountain's best single track. It's fast and fun running through subalpine forest with stunning lake views!

Whether you stay slope-side at Schweitzer or in downtown Sandpoint, don't hesitate to add a couple of extra recovery days to your visit. You won't regret it!


Sandpoint, Idaho is one of the Northwest’s best-kept secrets. Situated on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, between the Selkirk and Cabinet Mountain Ranges, Sandpoint is a mountain sports mecca. We are proud to be called America's "Most Beautiful Small Town" by USA Today/Rand McNally. Sandpoint is located 50 miles north of Coeur d’Alene and less than two hours from Spokane International Airport. Come to relax, compete or spend time with the family. It’s the perfect destination.



Schweitzer Mountain resort map

Summer is both adventure- and construction season here in North Idaho. Race day parking and overnight, fully contained camping is in the Gateway Lot.  Use this map to find your way around Schweitzer Mountain Resort's village and parking lots. It's about a 5-10 minute walk to the starting line - leave yourself some extra time.