The Sundance 
10K, 30K & 50K Trail Runs

 Thanks to the Stutzman's for keeping Sundance alive! We hear the 2015 race will include the longer distances again...

SEPTEMBER 13, 2014

*Note date change!

The race is a GO! Byron & Heidi Stutzman came to the rescue - woohoo! This year will ONLY be the 10K course with race day registration only as the USFS had to rush the permit through. Next year will hopefully be a return to multiple distances. Byron & Heidi are posting info to our weekly email and Facebook pages so stay tuned for any other updates...

Here is the latest from Byron...

"Sundance Trail Run has a permit so we are full go!!
Date - September 13th  
Registration - 8:30-10:00am at Reuter Parking Lot (Race day registration only due to short notice)
Start - 10:00am
Distance=10K (out and back course up and down Reuter Springs Trail)
 
The Reuter parking lot is just above Reuter Campground up Warren Peak Road. For those of you have not been here, take the west(3rd if coming from the east) exit, turn right/west on Highway 14, approximately 1 mile turn right onto Warren Peak Road and stay on Warren Peak Road until you reach the start. See you there!"
 
Sundance Beer Festival (http://www.sundancebeerfestival.com/) is that afternoon and they have donated 20 tickets to our race! Come and spend the day. See their site for the 11 participating breweries.
 

September 27, 2014
 
The Sundance Trail Run is an annual 10K, 30K and 50K held in the Bear Lodge Mtn.'s near Sundance, WY.  New for 2013 & a huge success, was the 30K in addition to the very popular 50K. Everyone always has a great time in Sundance!

Find more info about the 10,30 & 50K's and registration on their web site.

Climbing from 5600 to 6200 feet, the Sundance Trail Run is NOT for the oxygen challenged!




Check out the course, courtesy of Garmin Connect.



Sundance 10K, 30K & 50K races are Trail Runner magazine 2013 Trophy Series qualifiers.

Sundance Trail Runs 2012


Don't miss the next run in the BHRC Trail Running Series, a new course To HELL ( canyon ) & BACK

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