Sunday, July 13, 2014
Race starts at 8:30 a.m. at the top of the Beartooth Pass.
The Beartooth Run is Montana's classic hill climb road race, and this year, it has a new 10K course at 10,000-ft elevation on the top of the scenic Beartooth Pass. The new "10 at 10" course (see map) showcases awesome views from the top of Line Creek Plateau, including the prominent Bear's Tooth, which the area was named after. Along with its amazing vistas, this course is all above 10,000 feet, making it one of the highest road races in the United States. Runners can choose between a 5K and 10K distance.
This is one of Montana's finest road races with it's amazing views and challenging course. Though we encourage all runners to strive to challenge themselves, you'll find that the 10k at 10,000 isn't your typical community "fun run." Note that there isn't a walking category, (though many runners end up walking) and that there is a time limit on this race of 1 hour at 50 minutes.