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DIFFICULTY
4
SCENERY
5
PRODUCTION
5
SWAG
4
The StoneMan Marathon and Hisega Half runs from the historic Hisega Lodge to Dakota Point and back on a scenic, challenging dirt & gravel course. Drop 800 feet in the last two miles for a fast finish and enjoy lunch & a cold beverage or two with your friends while … MORE
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    bioprofsd FIRST-TIMER '17

    This was truly a trail marathon. Most of the course was run on single track on the Centennial Trail of the Black Hills. The trail first followed Brush Creek with … MORE

    This was truly a trail marathon. Most of the course was run on single track on the Centennial Trail of the Black Hills. The trail first followed Brush Creek with beautiful wildflowers and wild raspberries, then climbed hill after hill through Ponderosa Pine forest, riparian zones, and the open meadows of the Bald Hills of the Black Hills National Forest. Total elevation gain was approximately 4,500 feet. Aid stations were located an average of 3.5 mile intervals. There was plenty of swag, although the medals were small, which isn’t surprising for a trail marathon. There was great food and beer at the finish, which was a plus.

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    4
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    4
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