Saturday July 29th 2017
9 am start
Participation benefits the Gene Upshaw Memorial Cancer Center & ASC Training Center Programs!
Congratulations to 2017 King of the Mountain: Brian Gregg and Queen of the Mountain: Lenka Sterling
First man and first woman to cross the finish line win $150!
Professional Photos by Capture the Moment
Thank you to all the amazing volunteers and participants. It was a beautiful day. Thank you to the great sponsors and to Squaw-Alpine for letting us host another great event. We will post a link for race photos as soon as we have one.
Race Registration options:
Register Online Now at Active.com
Volunteer & get a free tram ride
We need help at registration, at feed stations, and at High Camp. Please signup here if you can help.
Through July 28th: Register in person at Tahoe Mountain Sports (Safeway Plaza, Truckee) Open 10am-6pm (Cash or Check only. No credit cards.)
July 28th 4 – 7 pm: Registration & Bib pick up at The Village at Squaw Valley
July 29th 7:00 am – 8:15 am: Registration & Bib pick up at The Village at Squaw Valley
First 200 registrants receive a special race gift. Go register at TMS today!
No mail in registration!
Parents or legal guardians must sign and submit waivers for minors.
Please contact Race Director Meg Seifert with questions email@example.com
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For the past 36 years, on the first Saturday of August, hundreds runners and hikers have made the annual pilgrimage to the top of Squaw Valley to enjoy a great workout with stunning views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra. Starting at the base of Squaw Valley USA (6200’), the course climbs the 3.6 mile Mountain Run to High Camp (8200’) where awards, raffle, music, light refreshments & beer from Fiftyfifty brewery in Truckee are provided. Participants can choose to RUN or take a more leisurely pace and HIKE, or Nordic walk (hike with poles). For the less energetic – let the cable car do the 2,000 foot elevation gain & join TINS knowledgeable guides for the beautiful FLOWER WALK on easy rolling terrain.
You can buy a Squaw Mountain Run Tech Shirt or Head Sweats hat for $20 at the race registration at Tahoe Mt. Sports or at Squaw. Sorry, we don’t take any pre-orders. We will have lots of different colors to choose from in Men’s and Women’s sizes and a few kids sizes. First come first serve.
Flower Walk with Tahoe Institute for Natural Science
For the less energetic or those inclined to learn more about nature! – Signing up for our Flower walk gets you a tram ride up to High Camp (tram ticket included in your entry) & a knowledgeable guide, Michelle Witte, from TINS, to show you what and where the best flowers are. The blooms are usually spectacular this time of year. As a participant you are also entered into the raffle and get a souvenir beer mug. Registration is the same as the race – just check the flower walk option on the reg form & check in at the flower walk/spectator tickets table to get your free cable car ticket. The group will meet Michelle at the bottom of the Tram and take the 9am tram up to the top together.
Help fight Cancer
For many the event has become a way to celebrate life following personal struggles with cancer or in memory of a loved one who may have been less fortunate.
There will be a flag at registration for those who wish to sign, and write names of loved ones. The flag will be carried up by a volunteer participant and we will hold a short prayer ceremony at the Awards ceremony.Twenty percent of funds raised from The Squaw Mountain Run are donated to The Tahoe Forest Health System Foundation to fund programs and services for cancer patients at the Gene Upshaw Memorial Tahoe Forest Cancer Center. In the last six years since Auburn Ski Club took over the event – we have raised over $25,000 to support these efforts.
- Transport of your spare clothes up to High Camp (bring a compact bag (labeled with your name) for your gear
- 2 Aid stations on the course (first one with just water, second with water, Heed & Hammer Gel to fuel you for the last push to the finish)
- Brad Henry Mugs for the top 3 men and top three women overall
- Awards for the uphill competitors – top 3 places in 10 year age categories.
- All participants entered in the raffle for some great prizes from Salomon and our other supporters
- All participants receive a souvenir beer glass at the finish line.
- Live music & light refreshments & beer at High Camp
- Discounted tram ride to High Camp for spectators
- Prayer flag at the awards to honor those who have lost their lives to cancer
- Free cable car ride back down
- Souvenir Salomon Tech shirts available for purchase on a first come basis beginning at reg
Discounted Cable Car rides to High Camp are available for friends and family at bib pick up before 8:30am (cash or check only – payable to Auburn Ski Club. No Credit cards please). Rates from 2016 are (2017 prices should be close):
- Adults – $20
- 5-18yrs – $15
- 4 & under – free
Volunteers get a free ride! – Please contact us ahead of time if you can help.
If you are interested in finding lodging for this event go to: www.GoTahoeNorth.com
Running Festival 2017
July 29th- August 5th
We are hosting a summer trail running festival. It will start with the Squaw Mt. Run and finish with the Sierra Crest 50K on August 5th. There will be many fun events to attend during the week, so come enjoy a week of running and outdoor fun in the Truckee/Tahoe area.
Calendar of Events:
July 29th: Squaw Mt. Run
August 3rd: Sierra Crest Trail preview and bib pick up at the race start Tahoe Donner
August 4th: Happy Hour at Tahoe Mt. Sports from 5pm-6pm. At 6pm there will be a race question and answer session with the race directors.
August 5th: Sierra Crest 30 and 50K
A Big Thanks to our Sponsors:
Come out and support Brad Henry at his amazing annual pottery show December 4, 5, & 6 2017 from 10-6 at his studio in Glenshire.
PAST RESULTS AND PHOTOS
For all results questions please email the race director Meg: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos from the event can be found at Macbeth Graphics
2015 Results: Squaw Mt Run 2015 Results
The 2014 photos were taken by Mark Nadell and can be found at his website .