Bear Lake Finish Line
Maple Trees at Bear 100
Bear 100 Mountain View
Aspens at Bear 100
Trees view
Trail Running
Mountain Valley View
Mountain View
Trail view of Beautiful Cliffs
Trail View of Mountain Terrain
Tony Grove Aid Station

Welcome to the Bear 100 Mile Endurance Run

A Cool, Autumn Loop Through the Pines, Golden Aspen and Red Maples
100 Miles • 22, 518' of climb • Max Elevation 9043' • Min Elevation 4860'• Avg Elevation 7350'

Race Director

The race director for the BEAR 100 is Leland Barker
Phone (435) 563-3647
Email  bear100man@hotmail.com

Paul Butkovich

Paul Butkovich was a great friend to ultrarunning in Utah and California, and to the Bear 100. Both he and his little Jack Russell terrier, his constant companion, Altheia will be sorely missed.

Paul Anthony Butkovich Obituary: View Paul Butkovich's Obituary by The Park Record

Race Registration is online only. Registration is capped at 300 runners.

The race begins at the mouth of Logan Dry Canyon, right near Logan, Utah. There are dozens of hotels within five minutes of the start. Logan is a medium-sized university city with all the amenities you need, including an outdoor/running shop. It is a two hour drive from the the Salt Lake City International Airport.

2015 Race Date: September 25-26 2015
Entrant cap stays at 300 runners then a wait list will be started.
We no longer offer rollovers for drops but will still offer a partial refund until 9-15-15 at 12am

Registration ends at Noon September 20, 2015
Registration starts on October 1, 1014

Race fees  $210 12-1-14 through 5-31-15
                $230 06-1-14 through 8-31-15
                $250 09-1-14 through 9-15-15

Shuttle service from finish to start increases to $20 per runner

All other prices remain the same.

Drop bag size limitation

(all aid stations expect finish line): 15and 20 inches in length, 5 to 10 inches in width and 8 to 10 inches deep Finish line drop bag size limitation:20 inches long, 10 inches wide and 10 to 12 inches deep.

Dog limitations

Under NO Circumstances are dogs allowed at the finish area. Runners and crews ignoring this rule are subject to disqualification. Please don't jeopardize the race using this facility and leave the dogs at home.

Why a Friday Race?

Many runners ask why the Bear 100 begins on a Friday. There are several reasons. First, many participants and volunteers (radio operators, scout troops at the aid stations) are latter-day saints ("Mormons") and find it difficult to participate on a Sunday. Second, Saturday recreationists and ranchers have less of an impact when the field is spread out on Saturday morning. Finally, for those traveling from long distance, taking Thursday and Friday off is easier than taking off Friday and Monday. If you like or dislike our Friday start, let us know. phil@phillowry.com

Awards

All entrants will receive a beautiful t-shirt with a distinctive design. Finishers receive an engraved plaque indicating the date of the event and their finish time and place. They also receive a belt buckle reflective of their time: a Black Bear buckle for times between 30-36 hours, a Grizzly Bear buckle for times between 24-30 hours, and a Wolverine buckle for times under 24 hours. Winners, in addition to the items above, will receive large custom-engraved pine plaques documenting their accomplishment.
*capped at 300 runners

September 25-26 2015
Friday/Saturday Race

Utah to Idaho Map
Black Bear 30-36 Hour Belt Buckle Wolverine under 24 Hours Belt Buckle
USATF Sanction Event 2014