THE 40th ANNUAL TETON MOUNTAINEERING CACHE CREEK TO GAME CREEK TRAIL RUN
$30 PRIOR TO JULY 1. $35 AFTER JULY 1. $40 RACE DAY.
RACE SPONSORED BY TETON MOUNTAINEERING
Cache Creek to Game Creek Trail. Starts in upper lot of Snow King Resort.
The Teton Mountaineering Cache Creek Trail Run race covers approximately 11 miles or 18 k in the picturesque Bridger-Teton National Forest. The race begins at 8 am in the upper Snow King Resort’s parking lot. From there the course proceeds east, up Cache Creek, then climbs up Game Creek Divide (elev. 7,400 ft.) and down Game Creek to the south and west. Total elevation change is roughly 3,000 feet.
Bib and Packet Pick-Up:
Friday, July 10, between 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm at Teton Mountaineering, 170 North Cache, Jackson, WY. Bibs are available and registration open race morning at Snow King Upper Parking Lot from 7 am to 8 am, Saturday, July 11.
18 and under , 19 to 29, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 to 69 , & 70plus.
NEW!!! This year: CUSTOM CAST FINISHER MEDAL to every FINISHER! Designed and provided by ITZ ABOUT TIME.
Runners clothing bags may be dropped at the start area for pick up at the finish line. Mark them clearly.
Because of the need to preserve these lands there is a limit to the number of entries available. Register online. You will be required at packet pick up to sign a release waiver.
The awards ceremony will be held at Game Creek, next to the finish line at 10:30 am. Prizes will be awarded to the top finishers. Raffle prizes and age division awards. A Shuttle will be provided to bring runners back to Snow King that do not have spectators come to the finish
The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce can help answer questions regarding lodging and the wide variety of recreational opportunities that Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and nearby Yellowstone National Park have to offer. (307) 733-3316 Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm MST.
2 water stations are provided along the course. However, due to the back country location and rugged nature of this race, racers are encouraged not to depend on these stations as their sole supply of water. Bring your own water bottle or CamelBak to be sure! Backcountry Etiquette: Runners using food packets, etc. during the race are reminded to carry out all their own trash. Conscientious backcountry travel ensures future access for all of us who enjoy the National Forest Service lands.
SPECIAL THANKS TO Teton Mountaineering making this historic run possible.
Help those that preserve this great trail you are running on. Friends of Pathways promotes sustainable transportation and healthy recreation in Jackson Hole, through maintaining 135 miles of close-to-home single track trails.