Wulfman's CDT-14K Trail Race 2019

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Short review

Every continent except Antarctica has a continental divide. In North America the divide runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to Mexico's Sierra Madre Occidental, and it is generally the line that divides the flow of water between the Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean.

In 1968 a federal plan for the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) was mandated, and today, construction of the CDT is estimated to be 70% complete.

Fourteen Butte-iful kilometers along the CDT between Montana's Homestake and Pipestone passes in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest are complete.  They provide scenic vistas with majestic rock formations. This race along that route celebrates the trail and the memory of one of its greatest local proponents -- the late John "the Wulfman" Wulf, who was the Godfather of Butte's Piss & Moan Runners. The race is run on Summer Solstice Saturday, the anniversary of the Wulfman's final run with his Piss and Moan comrades.

Race proceeds are donated to help build, maintain, and improve trails in southwest Montana and to support local youth runners.  As of 12/31/2018 we have contributed $12,030 for trail related projects, $1100 for local emergency, search, and rescue, and $3000 for youth running programs.

We Piss & Moan Runners promise our best in creating a race experience that is challenging, memorable, and fun for runners of all ages and abilities!!

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Trail Running

Distance:

10K to Half Marathon

Price:

from $28

Organized since 2014

Short review

Every continent except Antarctica has a continental divide. In North America the divide runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to Mexico's Sierra Madre Occidental, and it is generally the line that divides the flow of water between the Pacific Ocean and Atlantic Ocean.

In 1968 a federal plan for the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) was mandated, and today, construction of the CDT is estimated to be 70% complete.

Fourteen Butte-iful kilometers along the CDT between Montana's Homestake and Pipestone passes in Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest are complete.  They provide scenic vistas with majestic rock formations. This race along that route celebrates the trail and the memory of one of its greatest local proponents -- the late John "the Wulfman" Wulf, who was the Godfather of Butte's Piss & Moan Runners. The race is run on Summer Solstice Saturday, the anniversary of the Wulfman's final run with his Piss and Moan comrades.

Race proceeds are donated to help build, maintain, and improve trails in southwest Montana and to support local youth runners.  As of 12/31/2018 we have contributed $12,030 for trail related projects, $1100 for local emergency, search, and rescue, and $3000 for youth running programs.

We Piss & Moan Runners promise our best in creating a race experience that is challenging, memorable, and fun for runners of all ages and abilities!!


2 Trail Running races on 22 June 2019 in Butte

14k

June 22, 2019

The race starts at 09:00

14 km

from $28

14K - Golden Charity

June 22, 2019

The race starts at 09:00

14 km

from $100

Weather for Jun 22, 2019

70.62 °F

Wind: 1.35 m/s.

Partly cloudy throughout the day..

Very Good for running

Past weather

Jun 20, 2015

71.16 °F, wind 3.43m/s

Mostly cloudy until evening..

Jun 18, 2016

65.34 °F, wind 0.59m/s

Mostly cloudy starting in the evening..

Jun 24, 2017

67.6 °F, wind 1.12m/s

Clear throughout the day..

Jun 23, 2018

69.63 °F, wind 5.28m/s

Mostly cloudy throughout the day..

Nov 22, 2019

35.65 °F, wind 2.43m/s

Clear throughout the day..

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