Despite COVID hanging over every ones heads this summer, we were still able to put on a small, quality event for forty Grave Diggers! Congrats to all our finishers. So you want to give it a go in 2021? Well on August 14th we will be sending FIFTY runners out on the trail. Stunning views and discomfort await those unlucky souls who choose to take part. This will be an out and back course of 42km plus or (whatever your Garmin says!) Starting at the end of West Spring Creek Road, runners will head up Trail 120 thirteen miles to Trail 444 (Strong Creek) and the only Aid Station. They will do a short clockwise loop to the summit of Roundtop Mountain, collect a coin and continue back to the Aid Station and then back to the finish. The trail is 100% single track with an elevation gain of 5700 feet along the ridge with great views of the lake.
Dig Your Grave is part of the GRIT Series visit http://www.racethewolf.com for more info and to see another great option for your June schedule
Earn your Custom Spade and Hoodie……
Rugged, Raw, Remote. This is the Cabinets of North Idaho. COME DIG YOUR GRAVE
ULTRASIGNUP DOES NOT ISSUE REFUNDS. WE WILL DEFER entries to next year should the race have to be rescheduled/postponed BUT NOT BECAUSE OF PERSONAL INJURY OR PERSONAL CONFLICTS.
As a small event operated in a mountain wilderness area, we have some flexibility and control of several aspects of the race to provide for public and participant safety. At this time race operation plans remain in place and have been be modified:-Entry Cap is set at 50 runners
-We will provide starting procedures to disburse runners on the course immediately.
-Water is provided using only manufacturer sealed water containers provided by race management. Remote water drop with individual bottled water.
Select food items (Chips, pretzels,cold m/ms and bananas pre-bagged for runners. Drop bag with individual food/clothing items provided by runners will be transported to Aid Station at turn around.
First 3 Male/Female Awards.
To Enter Dig Your Grave:
Contact: Mike Ehredt 208-920-3410