The fifth running of the Pebble Creek Mountain Race will be held on June 23, 2018, at 1pm. This grueling course rises 1950 vertical feet in only 2.6 miles starting at the lodge and ending at the top Skyline chair lift. Participants will walk/run back to the bottom. Awards and raffle to follow.
Cost: $20 (after June 20: $30)
Proceeds from this race support the Pocatello Cross-Country Ski Foundation and help to maintain excellent cross country skiing at Pocatello’s Mink Creek Nordic Center where half of the grooming throughout the season is done by volunteers. The money raised goes towards gas and maintenance of the grooming equipment purchased by the Foundation.
Pebble Creek’s annual Wildflower Festival will follow from 3pm to 10pm. In addition to live music, there will be food and local brews. The Sunshine lift will be running for those wanting to ride up and hike down through the abundant flowers. The hillside just above the deck provides a perfect view of both the performers and the sunset. Proceeds from the Festival support the Pebble Creek Ski Patrol. You can purchase tickets for half price if you buy them when registering for the race.
On-line Registration at: imathlete.com
Or mail your registration to:
172 Hyde Ave.
Make checks payable to: PXCSF
Here are the results from the 2017 running of the Pebble Creek Mountain Run:
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Here are the results from the 2016 running of the Pebble Creek Mountain Run:
The 2015 Pebble Creek Mountain Run was a great success! Despite the brutally hot temperatures, we had a total of 32 participants (10 more than last year) and at least 10 people who registered the day of the event! And only one DNF. In short, we had a great group of really tough runners come out this year.
The Sunshine Run (1.65 miles) was canceled due to lack of interest but the Skyline run (2.6 miles) went on as planned.
The men’s winner was Luke Nelson with a time of 27:33 and the women’s winner was Melissa Merrill with a time of 36:17. Mellissa also set the women’s course record and won a $25 gift card to the Bridge.
We managed to raise about $800 this year.
Thanks to all of the volunteers that helped out:
Roger and Patricia Schmidt
And our sponsors:
Pocatello Running Co.
Barrie’s Ski and Sports
East Fork Bikes
The Sand Trap
And of course, thanks to Pebble Creek and the Pebble Creek Ski Patrol for allowing us to have the event!
Email Troy Neu firstname.lastname@example.org or 208-251-9910
Snake River Hotshots were a little over an hour from running chainsaws to the start line to claim 5th through 13th placesPXCSF President Randy Anderson and Pebble Mt Run organizer Troy NeuPXCSF Members Lance Roberts, Troy Neu, Roger Schmidt, Terri Neu, Randy Anderson, Todd Nunan, Valerie Gil and Dave Roy
The second running of the Pebble Creek Mountain Race will be held on June 28, 2014, at 2pm. Runners can choose either the Sunshine Run for 1250 vertical feet over 2.5 km, or the Skyline Run for 1950 vertical feet over 4.25 km. After the race, runners can return to the Lodge via the Sunshine Lift (this is the lower of the two lifts, so Skyline runners will have to make their way back down to the Sunshine Lift). Awards and raffle to follow. The event will end at 5pm.
Cost: $35 (after June 1: $40) Proceeds from this race support the Pocatello Cross-Country Ski Foundation. Entry fee includes entrance to the Wildflower Festival.
Pebble Creek’s annual Wildflower Festival will follow from 5pm to 10pm. In addition to live music, there will be food and local brews. The Sunshine lift will be running for those wanting to ride up and hike down through the abundant flowers. The hillside just above the deck provides a perfect view of both the performers and the sunset. Proceeds from the Festival support the Pebble Creek Ski Patrol.
On-line Registration at https://ultrasignup.com/register.aspx?did=27493
Or snail mail a paper copy: 2014 Mt Run Registration Form (June 8 Update)
If you have any questions email Race Director Troy Neu at email@example.com
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