The Bradley Club is a salute the hardcore among us. We want to reward anyone who completes the Bradley-Taggart trail loop after this year’s race. Any runner who sends us a picture of themselves from Bradley Lake within 72 hours of the end of the race which includes:
... will join the Bradley Club. Additionally, those runners will get a special medallion to commemorate!
This hike is a 6 mile loop up to Bradley Lake and back down past Taggart Lake, with extremely scenic views of the Tetons, pretty much the whole way. You’ll start at the Taggart Lake Trailhead, then connect with Bradley Lake Trail. You can get detailed directions and stats on this hike on the Trail Run Project website.
Be sure to take your picture at Bradley Lake (at about the 2 mile mark) and don’t forget to bring lots of water!
The Table Club is a salute the hardcore among us. We want to reward anyone who hikes Table Mountain after the race. Any runner who sends us a picture of themselves from the top of Table Mountain within 72 hours of the end of the race which includes:
... will join the Table Club. Additionally, those runners will get a special medallion to commemorate!
This hike is BEAUTIFUL and offers amazing views of the Grand Teton range. It’s a 12 mile round-trip hike that will take about 8 hours to complete. During race weekend, there will likely be some snow toward the top of the trail. Please bring plenty of water and do not act irresponsibly!
If you’re participating in one of the Doubles, or taking part in the Yellowstone Half Marathon, this will be a great hike to do! It’s in Grand Teton National Park, but near the south entrance of Yellowstone!
The same rules and prizes will apply as the Table Club. Any runner who sends us a picture of themselves from Amphitheater Lake within 72 hours of the end of the race which includes:
1. A clear view of your face
2. Your bib with bib numbers clearly visible
3. Your finisher medal in plain view
4. A clear background that shows you actually completed the hike
... will join the Amphitheater Club. Additionally, those runners will get a special medallion to commemorate!
This hike is just under 10 miles round-trip and actually takes you up into the Teton Range. Please bring plenty of water and act responsibly!
The Grand Teton Trifecta is made up of 3 different activities, which focus more on you experiencing the park rather than doing one big hike. You must complete all 3 in order to complete the Trifecta. Same rules as the club hikes apply: take your picture at each of the 3 locations with your bib and finisher medal and send them to us 72 hours after finishing the race. If you complete the Trifecta you will receive a Grand Teton Trifecta pin to commemorate!
The Trifecta is meant to be challenging, but less strenuous. Each section of the three-part challenge is iconic to the park, but doable with children. The three Grand Teton Trifecta activities are:
HEADS UP! Cascade Canyon (1/3 of our usual Grand Teton Trifecta) and some of the area around Jenny Lake are currently closed for rehabilitation. So instead of hiking or taking a shuttle boat to Cascade Canyon, this year all you have to do is visit Jenny Lake! Whether you choose to take a scenic boat tour, or do some exploring on foot, just take a picture at the lake with your bib and medal and we’ll accept it as part of your Trifecta submission!
This is the location where Ansel Adams took his iconic picture of the Tetons in 1942. The overlook is easily accessible from the roadside parking lot located nine miles north of Moose on the main highway. This is easily one of the most beautiful views of the mountain range. You don’t want to miss it!
The last of the three trifecta hikes isn’t exactly a hike. We want you to take the Jackson Hole Tram from Teton Village up to Rendezvous Point. The views on the 15 minute tram ride, alone, are breathtaking. At the top you’ll get an incredible view of the Snake River Valley and Grand Teton National Park and the Gros Ventre Range. It’s amazing!
Be sure to bring your race bib and finisher medal to each location and make sure they’re clearly visible in each picture!