Overall Rating
Overall Rating (2 Reviews)
5
(2 Ratings)(2 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
5
SCENERY
5
PRODUCTION
5
SWAG
4
The Ed Anacker Bridger Ridge Run is one of the most technical trail runs in the United States. In 2012, Runner’s World Magazine named the Ridge Run one of its top 31 trail races in the country, giving it the title of “Most Raw Exposure.” In 2013, Outside Online named … MORE
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    dalmx416 REPEAT RUNNER '19

    Everything about this run is fantastic! Scenery, race production, communication, and the swag, to name a few; however, this has to be on your bucket list for the incredible volunteers … MORE

    Everything about this run is fantastic! Scenery, race production, communication, and the swag, to name a few; however, this has to be on your bucket list for the incredible volunteers and camaraderie that come with this run. Hundreds of volunteers hike up to the ridge – at 9,600 feet in one location, about 8,800 in the other – to provide food, water, and incredible support & encouragement. Most notably, a group of volunteers pack a keg – A KEG OF BEER – up 4 miles and 4,000 feet vertical gain to give runners a “pre-decent chug,” if you will. This is one race that needs to be on every trail runners bucket list. It’s incredible!

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    dalmx416 FIRST-TIMER '17

    This is a race that should be on everyone's bucket lists. It is INCREDIBLY challenging with >50% of the course being unrunnable for the average runner. However, the views from … MORE

    This is a race that should be on everyone’s bucket lists. It is INCREDIBLY challenging with >50% of the course being unrunnable for the average runner. However, the views from the top of the ridge are second-to-none, and the volunteers who hike to the top of the toughest peaks are incredibly supportive and encouraging. Without them, I guarantee many people would not finish the race. Make sure you stick to a regimented training plan leading up to the race as it will wear out even the most seasoned legs! Well worth the time an effort!

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    5
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    5
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    3
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