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EVERY runner MUST enter Lottery/Selection Application first.
If you didn't receive Bridger Ridge Run Acceptance email, you can't register for the race!
The number of runners, is limited by the permit we receive from the US Forest Service. There are over twice as many applicants as there are available spots in the race. Unfortunately not everyone who applies will get in. A system has been developed by the selection committee that supports hardworking volunteers, local non-profit organizations, and still gives everyone that applies a chance to participate.
The Ed Anacker Bridger Ridge Run is one of the most technical trail runs in the United States.
In 2012, Runner’s World Magazine named the Ridge Run one of its top 31 trail races in the country, giving it the title of “Most Raw Exposure.” In 2013, Outside Online named the Ridge Run one of its Top 10 Bucket List trail runs in the WORLD.
The Ridge Run is 19.90 miles of brutal climbing and descending, complete with unstable footing, unpredictable weather, and, of course, miles of exposure along the ridge line of the Bridger Mountain range.
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