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THE 18M AND 100M ARE FULL
NO ENTRY FEE REFUNDS AFTER MARCH 31, 2024
All entries are NON-TRANSFERABLE. We have a substantial waitlist of runners waiting to get into the event. If you cannot make it, your spot will go to a wait-listed participant.
A PICTURE ID is required to pick up YOUR race packet. We DO NOT allow someone else to pick up a packet for a participant that is not present. Please email email@example.com to make special arrangements to pick up a packet outside scheduled times.
Official hydration on course is TAILWIND. If you use chews, gu, bars, or any other nutrition, you will need to carry it as it is not furnished by the race.
Bighorn Trail Run is a "cupless" race. All participants are required to start with something to hold hydration products.
Parking regulations are in affect at Dryfork, Sally’s Footbridge, and JAWS. Please follow all parking rules set forth by race organizers and aid stations. There will be designated parking areas and a walk required to access these aid station.
Due to limited space in the tent, each 100 mile runner is allowed 1 CREW member with credentials in the JAWS Aid tent with them. Credentials will be provided upon entry. CREW and Pacers will not be allowed to wait inside the tent for their runner. We do our best to provide shelter, a camp fire, and information for CREW and Pacers outside the main Aid Station Tent. Please do not give the VOLUNTEERS enforcing these rules a hard time. Come prepared to wait in freezing temps. We recommend winter gear such as warm boots, coat, gloves and winter hat.
CREW /PACER vehicles are prohibited on Tongue Canyon Road and River Road ONCE THE 100M RACE HAS BEGUN. All access to Homestretch and Tongue River Aid Station must be on foot or bike.