Wyoming Range 100-Mile Endurance Run


Aug 19, 2022 at 12:00 PM

Wyoming Range 100-Mile Endurance Run

Fish Creek

Jackson WY, 83002


Entry Fee $310
(Lowest or Early Registration)

Prize Money: no


  • 100M

Type: Ultra

Participant Limit: 150

Starting Elevation: 8500

High Point: 11335

Percent of the course on un-paved trails: 100%

First Year of the Event: 2020


A classic point-to-point along the Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail. The Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail (WRNRT) travels north-south for 75 miles through some of the most beautiful high country imaginable. We placed the WRNRT at the heart of the Wyoming Range 100 to offer seasoned ultra-marathoners the opportunity to feel immersed in wilderness while still running a supported race.

With 28,000 feet (8,530 meters) of climbing and an average elevation of nearly 9,000 feet (2,740 meters), you should prepare yourself for a grueling run that rarely offers breaks. The point-to-point course runs south to north and has a slight “downhill” profile. Runners will climb 28,717’ and drop 31,081’ over the 104-mile course — a gain-per-mile of 276’. The course’s high point of 11,355’ comes early, at mile 9.7. The finish line is the lowest point in the course at 6,085’.

The biggest climbs of the race are back-to-back. From the Cottonwood aid station, you’ll climb 3,054’ before descending down to the Greys River aid station, where you’ll start a 3,087’ climb. The Cottonwood climb is only 3.8 miles long, for a punishing gain-per-mile of 812’. It’s all good, though, because most runners will tackle these climbs in the dead of night.

The race has nine climbs over 1,000’.


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Past Event Dates

Held on Aug 19, 2022

Held on Aug 20, 2021

Held on Aug 21, 2020

Event Results