Bogus 50/50 - Saturday, October 3, 2020
Registration is open for the 2019 Bogus 50/50. Click here to register.
Saturday, October 3, 2020
50 Mile 5 am start
50K 6 am start
15 Mile 9 am start
The Bogus 50/50 event includes 3 distances including Boise's first 50 Mile, a 50K and a 15 mile. All three distances start and finish in the Fort Boise parking lot. The 50 Mile is a race almost entirely on single track that includes some of Boise's best trails including Dry Creek and Around The Mountain. The 50K distance is a great course in the lower Boise Foothills, it takes you on a great run of varying terrain and beautiful single track. The 15 mile distance will include the first and last part of the 50K course. It's a great course for the novice trail runner as well as a fast course for the more avid runner. These races feature one of the best trail networks in the West.
The 50 Mile course winds it's way from the lower foothills up to Bogus Basin and back using some of the most beautiful trails in the state. The 50 Mile has an elevation gain of approximately 10,919 feet. Click here to see the written course directions and here to see the course profile. Click here to see the Aid Station and drop bag locations for the 50 Miile. The 50 Mile has 2 cutoffs, they are both hard cutoffs. The first is approx mile 29.5-Simplot Lodge Aid Station at 1PM and the 2nd is at Mile 47-8th Street/Motorcyle Parking Aid Station at 5PM.
The 50K course gives area ultrarunners a close-to-home venue for a trail ultra and showcases the tremendous natural resources of the Boise foothills for visitors. The 50K has an elevation gain of approximately 6611 feet. Click here for written course directions and here for the course profile. Click here for the Aid Station and drop bag locations for the 50K course. The 50K has a cutoff at mile 22 aid station at 2pm.
The 15 Mile uses the first and last part of the 50K course. This will be great for spectator viewing and cheering! The 15 mile has an elevation gain of approximately 2688 feet. Click here for written course directions and here for the course profile. Click here for the Aid Station locations for the 15 Mile course.
All courses include multiple uphill and downhill sections. The terrain is of moderate difficulty, providing a challenge to runners, but not too hard for first-timers. This is a green race so you will need to bring a collapsible race for the aid stations. No refunds will be provided, including in the event of a cancellation outside of the organizers control.
Packet Pickup is at The Pulse Running and Fitness Shop on Friday Oct 2 11-6.
Be sure to get signed up by September 21st to be guaranteed race schwag!
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Ridge to Rivers Trail System to help maintain the spectacular trails in the Boise foothills. No Refunds. You can sell or transfer your bib, just send an email to the Race Director.
The Pulse Running and Fitness Shop operates under a Special Use Permit on the Boise National Forest under the USDA