This run is a 17.1 mile point-to-point mountain race. It is held in the San Juan mountains of Colorado, participants run on a route that connects the towns of Ouray (7810 ft.) and Telluride (8750 ft.) The Imogene Pass Run is held on the first Saturday after Labor Day. As most know this is a questionable time of year for... Read More
Expect a rocky start and an even rockier finish in this Colorado crusher. Boasting some of the steepest climbs and deepest mud pits in all of North America, Tough Mudder Colorado is a challenge as harsh and rugged as the surrounding mountain terrain. At the end of this Tough Mudder you’ll have one thing on your mind: What the ‘hill’... Read More
The Black Squirrel Half Marathon is 13.1 miles with close to 2,000 feet of vertical gain. This is a very doable race with the terrain being dirt, hills, and rocks. This is a great race with some very scenic views.
Participants either solo or in teams go along an unmarked course plotting checkpoint locations using UTM coordinates and maps. Each race includes some or all of the following: Mountain Biking, Kayaking, Trail Run/Trek, Rappel, Tyrolean, Orienteering/Navigation, Skate/Scooter. This series is a lot of fun. It’s challenging but over 95 percent of the participants finish the entire course.For information on the... Read More
Nielson Challenge: 1st Saturday of every month This race is a two mile run on the dirt paths in North Monument Valley Park. It’s a great race for all levels of runners. The race is based on your established handicap. Every time you run, your time goes into a computer and a handicap time is computed for your next race.... Read More
All races will be SELF-TIMED ONLY. The run starts 20 minutes before the walk. The time clock will be clearly visible at the finish line. Walkers are asked to let runners go first. The course closes at 10am. The Family 1K walk starts after the 5K walk. Registration begins April 20th
The 4th annual Wacky W! It is a is a one-day cycling event to encourage fitness, fun, and fundraising. There are 4 rides to choose from, and the funds from each registration will benefit Douglas County Schools. The WackyW is great way to get out on your bike and enjoy a Sunday in Colorado! The ride begins at Rocky Heights... Read More
The FFR starts in Idaho Springs, participants go to Georgetown, and then climb up to the summit of Guanella Pass. Runners then after the decent runners go over Georgia Pass to Breckenridge. Participants then end up on bike paths traveling through Frisco over to Copper Mountain. Runners then make their way over the third pass, Fremont Pass to Leadville. After doing a... Read More