Running Experience 

JULY 25, 2020



Join us for a three day running experience in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming!

Check in on Friday at the Mountain Trail Series headquarters between 3-5pm to get your shirt and swag bag. Join us at 5:15pm at the Teton Boulder Park for a paced warmup run (3.5 miles/mixed terrain) followed by post run yoga in the park at 6pm.  Then head back to your hotel or shower at the headquarters before joining us at 7:30pm for a healthy dinner of mixed pasta's and salad. Enjoy a beverage, socialize, listen to our runners panel pro tips, but remember....Get to bed early!

Wake up Saturday morning and join us from 7-9am for a light breakfast of coffee, tea, bagels, fruit and other snacks. Decide which pacing group you would like to join for the 13.1 mile trail run. There are three options: 1:45, 2:10, 2:30. Each group will be paced by a designated runner. Remember, if you choose a faster pace and fall behind you will be picked up by the next group. The 1:45 group will start at 9:15, the 2:10 group at 9:30, and the 2:30 group at 9:45. A detailed map will provided at check in. The route will not be marked but a pacer will be sweeping the route at a 2:45 pace. 

The route will leave from town and head out towards the Cache Creek drainage before climbing to Jackson's world renowned skyline trail. The route consists of long rolling sections, a few steep uphills, some steep down hills, and is 95% off road, mainly on single track.  There will one support station along the route. 

Enjoy a post run chair massage and yoga at the finish.  At 1pm will will host at post race barbecue with traditional offerings along with salad and vegetarian options. Take some time to explore the town of Jackson before joining us for an old fashioned pub crawl starting at 6pm at the Snake River Brewery. Wear your Mountain Trail Series shirt and the first round is on us.  Enjoy live music and socializing with all your new friends. 

Sleep in a bit on Sunday before joining us at 10am for one last 3.5 mile hangover run. Then relax back at the park before heading out for your next adventure. 



  • 12-2pm 

  • Registration includes a Tri-Blend race shirt, finishers medal, and aid station support

  • Your registration email will contain important info regarding ordering your race shirt

July 25

  • Packet pickup @ Snow King Resort (400 E Snow King Ave) 

  • Race start 9AM (Timed by Web Scorer)

  • Race(s) start @ Snow King Resort (400 E Snow King Ave)

  • No cutoff time: Walkers welcome!

  • Celebrate your run with a free beverage (beer or soft drink) and snacks at the finish line!

  • Runners can shower in the Mountain Trail Series condo @ Snow King resort

Run For A Cause

Course Stats

You don't want to miss this spectacular run on Jackson Hole's world famous Skyline trail!

The race begins @ Snow King resort. You traverse the front side of Snow King mountain to access the beautiful Skyline trail. You climb on the Skyline trail for several miles before dropping down to the Cache Creek drainage.  From there you run down the Cache Creek trail before the final ascent back to Snow King resort. Views of the Tetons, wildlife, wild flowers, and not a single piece of pavement on the entire route.

A portion of each registration from each racer and an overall donation from Mountain Trail Series will be given to the Montana Food Bank School Pantry program.​ 

The mission of the School Pantry Program is to supply food and community assistance to students and families who are in need at school. There are several ways to reach students in need of food assistance. In schools where a BackPack Program is not the right fit, or additional resources are needed, School Pantries can fill the gap for students.

We feel this foundation is doing critical work to help children who are dealing with hunger. You can help support the cause by donating to the Montana Food Bank. All donations go directly to the Food Bank.

Thank you for your support.



 1/2 Marathon

  • Course Map

  • Distance 13.6 Miles

  • Total Ascent/Descent: 2,496 feet/2496 feet (Loop)

  • Lowest Point 6541 feet 

  • Highest Point 8,159 feet

  • Uphill 5.93 miles 

  • Downhill 6.93 miles 

  • Flat .84 miles 

  • Steepest Uphill +24% 

  • Steepest Downhill -23.2% 

  • Longest Uphill 1.62 miles 

  • Longest Downhill .73 miles

  • Aid Station Support @ top of Snow King (mile 2: after steep climb) and @ Cache Creek trail (mile 8) (Hammer products, hydration, gels, fruit, snacks)