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MOUNTAIN-TO-MEADOW 2014

Half Marathon and 5K FunRun

Discover the beauty and history of Lolo Pass on the Montana-Idaho border! Proceeds will benefit visitor programs at the Lolo Pass Visitor Center (see this letter from the District Ranger for how funds were used from the last race). Runners and walkers welcome. Check out our mention in Great Races, Incredible Places (p 156).

Details at a Glance:

Date: June 28, 2014
Start Time: 7:30 a.m., Pacific Time.
Start Line: Lolo Pass Visitor Center.
Registration Deadline: June 25, 2014
Course Type: Dirt or gravel backroads
Signup Limit: 400

 

Registration: $27 (Kids 12 & under FREE)
Includes medals.
Commemorative Shirts: $13 ea.

Register Now

The event will begin at the Lolo Pass Visitor Center (elev. 5225) on Highway 12, at the Idaho-Montana border. The half-marathon winds for 13 miles through forests of Engleman Spruce and White Pine, with dramatic views of the Bitterroot Mountains in the distance. Both the 5K run (out and back) and the 13-mile loop will pass Packer Meadows, a historical site along the Nez Perce and Lewis and Clark trails. After the race, two certified massage therapists will be available for massages. Be sure to check out our Facebook page, FAQs Flyer, Course Map (topo), Google Directions Map, Area Camping and Recreation Info, Flickr photo galleries, and online store.

Got more questions? Email runlolopass (at) discovernw.org.

Mountain-to-Meadow 2014 Registration

(One registration per transaction please.)
$27.00  
 
Runner's Full Name:
Shirt Size:
Event Type:
Age (on race day):
Gender:
Female
Male

Please Thank Our Sponsors:

The Runners Edge Lochsa Lodge Lolo Hot Springs
Lodge at Lolo Hot Springs Bitterroot Valley Bank Great Harvest Bread Co.
Harvest Foods Hunter Bay Killgore Adventures
Lolo Dentistry Mountain Press Publishing Lumberjack Saloon
  Sign Pro  

Race Results for Prior Years

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2014 Birthday Celebration!

The Wilderness Act of 1964 is 50 years old! We will celebrate this historic occasion with special race medals, logo shirts, and interpretive programs on the day of the race. Hooray!

Camas: The Beauty and History

Camas

Often in full bloom during the run, camas are one of the most beautiful sights in the Lolo Pass area and of great cultural significance to the Nez Perce Indians as a food source. Behold their striking blueness in Packer Meadows, where there are so many of them, they look like a lake!

Read more about the nature and culture of the area in the Nez Perce - Clearwater National Forests Visitor Guide.

Topo and Elevation Maps

Wondering what kind of course you'll be running? Check out these topo and elevation maps.

Topo Map

Elevation map