Resort to Rock 50K, 32K, & 10M - August 13, 2022
Registration opens on Dec 1sh - Click here or on the Ultrasignup image to register.
Click here for a map of the 50K course
Click here for a map of the 32K course
Click here for a map of the 10 Mile course
Click here for complete turn-by-turn written directions for the 50K, 32K, and 10M.
Saturday, August 13, 2021
50K - 6 am start
32K - 7 am start
10M - 8 am start
Resort to Rock is being held almost entirely on single-track trails at the beautiful Bogus Basin Ski Resort. This race offers three distances: a 50K, a 32K, and a 10-miler. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Ridge to Rivers Trail System.
All three courses start and finish at Simplot Lodge. The cutoff for all three races in 4PM. The 50K course will start off on the Nordic trail then run beautiful single track down around Stack Rock and back through the Start/Finish line where the 32K and 10M start. All three courses leave on Deer Point, hit Around The Mountain and eventually make it to Pioneer Lodge. The 10-milers will complete their race going back to the Start/Finish Line at Simplot Lodge while the 32K and the 50K wind their way around the mountain traversing the mountain on both the front and back side. They will both make a fast finish on Shindig where their friends and spectators will be able to cheer them on as they make their way to the Finish Line party.
The 10M has approx 1257’ elevation gain and is all on single track. It has 2 aid stations. This is a loop course, introducing even the beginning trail runner to some great single track without too much technical terrain.
The 32K has approx 3200’ elevation gain, 4 aid stations, and several great places for spectators to cheer you on. The 32K does all of the 10M course but adds Mahalo and Mores Creek trails. ; The runner will traverse the front and back side of the resort taking in the spectacular views. Almost all of this course is on single track showcasing the beautiful trails and views at Bogus Basin Ski Resort.
The 50K has approx 4636’ elevation gain, 8 aid stations, and several great places for spectators to cheer you on. The first 18.1 miles is an out and back course out to Stack Rock. The second almost 9 miles is another loop on the Bogus Basin Ski Resort then the runner will traverse the front and back side of the resort taking in the spectacular views. Almost all of this course is on single track showcasing the beautiful trails and views at Bogus Basin Ski Resort.
Click here for turn-by-turn directions for the 50K, 32K, and 10M.
All aid stations will be stocked with water, an electrolyte drink, and typical ultra food. In an effort to reduce waste and help keep Bogus Basin a litter free area this is a cupless race so please bring a collapsible cup or something similar to use at the aid stations.
You must be at least 18 years old to participate in the 50K unless approved by race director. Race director approval is required before anyone under the age of 15 signs up for the 32K or 10M.
Awards will be given to the top 3 overall male and female finishers.
50K: $85 thru Feb 28; $95 thru July 4; $105 thru Aug 10; $115 on Race Day
32K: $55 thru Feb 28; $65 thru July 4; $75 thru Aug 10; $85 on Race Day
10M: $30 thru Feb 28; $40 thru July 4; $50 thru Aug 10; $60 on Race Day
Registration fee includes great schwag and a special finisher item. Online registration will remain open until Wednesday, Aug 10, 2022 (midnight). There will be race day registration. No refunds will be provided, including in the event of a cancellation outside of the organizers control.
SPECIAL NOTE: Be sure to sign up by July 23rd to guarantee your post-race schwag.
Packet Pickup will be at The Pulse Running and Fitness Shop Thursday and Friday August 11th and 12th 11am-6PM. You will pick up your packet only - Bibs will be picked up on race day along with your chip starting one hour prior to your race.
Packet Pickup will also be available race morning starting one hour prior to your race.
In accordance with the rules of the Ridge to Rivers Trail System and U.S. Forest Service, only a limited number of runners will be allowed on the trails in order to maintain the integrity of the trails and the wildlife in the area. Therefore, runners will not be allowed to have crew members on the trails. Non-racers will be allowed at easily accessed aid stations at the start and finish of the race.
The Pulse Running and Fitness Shop operates under a Special Use Permit on the Boise National Forest under the USDA