Race the Wolf 25k takes place Saturday July 6, and is part of Skyrunner USA, the new National Series of the International Skyrunning Federation. We're proud to belong to a class of the toughest trail races in the United States. All USA series participants can earn points to win an entry to the MIGU RUN Skyrunner World Championship race.
Starting line is at the Clock Tower in the Schweitzer Mountain Resort Village. Proceed straight up to the Nature Trail, following flagging and signs back down to Upper Grr, Huckleberry Hill, Cloudwalker and the service road. Follow signs and taping for Lap 1 as you will cut a few switchbacks. Arrive at Outback (7.5 miles to Aid Station 1).
Continue following flagging up Little Blue Ridge to the ridge. Go left at the T-bar and follow the ridge to the Sky House (9.85 miles to Aid Station 2).
Follow signs and taping for Lakeside Chutes loop. Arrive back at Sky House (12.45 miles and Aid Station 2). Follow signs down Bear Grass for four miles to the finish line. 4:00pm cutoff
Distances to aid stations: Start to Outback 7.5mi, Outback to Sky House 2.85mi, Sky House to Sky House 2.6mi, Sky House to finish 4mi
Finish line cutoff: 4:00pm
Chip timing & results
Course support: Athlete support stations with water, sport drink, food, gels. Self-support between stations. Medical support on course.
Awards: 1-3 overall and 10 year age group
Finisher awards: Athletes receive a high quality long sleeve shirt, custom finish award, and post race party food and beer at the finish line
Packet Pickup: Friday July 5, 5:00-7:00pm at Schweitzer Mountain Resort
Pre-race Briefing: Friday July 5, 6:30pm. Course presentation, athlete q&a, pre-race pasta dinner ($12)
Late Packet Pickup: Saturday July 6, 6:30-7:30am
Fees: $75 through race day
Refund policy: No transfers to other participants. Transfer to lesser distance race at no fee through race day. No refunds after 5/1
Join the pack and #runsky with us! Race the Wolf 25km skyrace takes place Saturday, July 6, 2019. Don't miss it!
All of the big climbs and views at half the distance. This course covers much of Schweitzer Mountain on summer (and winter!) routes, plus runners tag the side country favorite, Big Blue Mountain.