Overall Rating
Overall Rating (2 Reviews)
4
(2 Ratings)  (2 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
2.5
SCENERY
4.5
PRODUCTION
4
SWAG
4.5
The Trail Rail Run will have options of a 50 Mile team relay, 50 Mile Hand Cyclist or individual race lengths of 50 Mile, 50K, 30K, 12K, or 5K. The various race lengths begin along the abandoned Northern Pacific Railroad and Milwaukee Railroad grades tracking from Mullan, Idaho and ending … MORE
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    shane_bird FIRST-TIMER '18

    50 Mile relay spanning two States! Grouse views during my leg, just over 8 miles. Rough ground, but the views made up for it. Race was nicely done as far … MORE

    50 Mile relay spanning two States! Grouse views during my leg, just over 8 miles. Rough ground, but the views made up for it. Race was nicely done as far as relay setup.

    DIFFICULTY
    4
    PRODUCTION
    3
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    4
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    bioprofsd FIRST-TIMER '17

    I really enjoyed this mostly downhill 53K. The first part of the course was an out and back which went up and over a railroad trestle and then through a … MORE

    I really enjoyed this mostly downhill 53K. The first part of the course was an out and back which went up and over a railroad trestle and then through a tunnel. The rest of the course was a gradual downhill along the St. Regis River. There were plenty of well-stocked aid stations spaced an average of 4 miles apart, with an opportunity to have a drop bag at about the half-way point. I wore a well-used pair of trail shoes for the first half, but switched to my more comfortable road shoes at the half-way point. At two of the aid stations, we had to take a detour into one of the small towns, which added an extra two miles to the “50K.” The 50K finishers received a custom Fruit-of-the-loom hoodie and the 50 mile finishers were given a Patagonia Houdini jacket. All finishers received a finisher’s award consisting of a railroad spike with an engraved plate commemorating the finish. There was plenty of food and free local beer at the finish which was at a city park. It is one of the few ultras in Montana that isn’t just for the advanced ultrarunners.

    DIFFICULTY
    1
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    4
    SWAG
    5

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