Run for the Braggin' Rights is a low-key, self-supported run in West Bragg Creek. The route is not flagged and participants will need to navigate using written directions and a map. The course is shaped like a 3 leafed clover so that runners can use their car as the central aid station between loops.
The run is designed to be a celebration of the fantastic single-track trails in the Bragg Creek area. Participants are asked to donate to the Greater Bragg Creek Trail Association (braggcreektrails.org), to help support continued growth and maintenance of the trails.
This run takes place in the mountains. There are long, continuous climbs, wildlife and very limited cell-phone reception. You are responsible for your own safety. Be prepared.
3 loop, clover-leaf format
Very hilly, ~7500-12,500 feet in 50 miles
Substantial rocks, roots and/or ruts
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