The Yellowstone – Teton Endurance Race
2012 is the inaugural running of the 100 and 50 mile road races along the spectacular road that traverses Yellowstone National Park along the beautiful scenic by-way to the doorstep of Grand Teton National Park. The dates for the race are October 6 & 7.
The 100 mile course will start just outside West Yellowstone, with the 50 mile course starting along that route. Both courses will follow the stunning Yellowstone-Teton Scenic Loop and end in Driggs, ID.
Are you an Endurance Runner?
Registration fees are $95 for an individual in the 50-mile run, $195 for an individual in the 100-mile run and $750 for a team in the 100-mile relay. Register online at the Dreamchasers Outdoor Adventures website; they are the host of the event.
By the way, there is a new relay division this year! Put together your own dream team of runners to cover this scenic course. You can have as many people on your team as you want up to a maximum of 6.
Endurance Race Rules & Regulations
Race Directors: Lisa Smith-Batchen and Dave Carder
Race Start: West Yellowstone, Montana
Race Finish: Driggs, Idaho
Pre-Race meeting: required for all runners. 7:00 PM Friday (location TBA). 5:30 AM Saturday (at race starting lines): for those arriving late on Friday.
Course Description: The 100-mile race starts in West Yellowstone and the 50-mile race starts at mile 51 of the 100-mile course. This is a road race that primarily follows the beautiful Scenic By-way from Yellowstone National Park to the doorstep of Teton National Park.
Have you visited Yellowstone or the Grand Tetons before?
We would like to hear about your past travel experiences in these beautiful National parks.
Lodging near the Grand Teton Races
If you are thinking about visiting the Yellowstone/Teton area, for the endurance races or anytime of the year, consider one of our fine Yellowstone area bed and breakfasts for you accommodations.