A beautiful (and difficult) trail run through the mountains in SE Wyoming. The course is 10+ miles out and back (5+ up/5+ dn) on jeep roads with a total elevation change of 2000+ ft. Course begins at 7600′ and tops out over 9600′ at the top of Jelm Mountain.
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Read what runners from previous years’ races have to say about their Jelm experiences:
Nick Clark wrote about his 2009 race and Lane Eskew had a nice entry about his race in 2011. There are also Ragan Driver’s latest two write-ups from 2012 and 2011, and Kyle Schmidt detailed his race in 2013.
Aid Stations and course support:
There will be three aid stations, located at approximately mile 3, mile 5.5 (mountain top), and mile 8.5
There will be a port-a-potty at the start, and plenty of sagebrush and trees along the course.
Course Map and Profile:
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