Course Maps

When the Bear 100 was first conceived, Leland hoped for a point-to-point run from Logan to Bear Lake. Regulatory hurdles prevented this from happening for many years. Because of your stewardship over your forest, the Wasatch-Cache/Uinta National Forest, along with the Caribou National Forest, have granted permission for the point-to-point course originally contemplated.

Here is the detailed map for the 2021 Edition of The Bear 100

** There is a significant change to the course at Mile 49.  The Tony Grove Aid station will not be accessible for 2021 due to construction.  The Twin Creek Aid station (and re-route) will be used for this year only.  Crews will NOT be allowed at Twin Creek.  Pacers will need to start at Temple Fork (or RHF) and continue to Franklin Basin.  No pacer swap is allowed at Twin Creek. We recognize this is inconvenient and not ideal. However, it is the only way we could allow the course to cross through the gorgeous Tony Grove and White Pine areas. We have retained 98% of the original course by making this re-route. This re-route did add about a mile and half to the course.

** The finish line moved up the road about 3/4 of a mile to a new location.  For 2021 it will finish at Bear Lake Lodge Rentals (681 Fish Haven Canyon Rd, Fish Haven, ID 83287).  This will make the overall mileage close to 101 miles for 2021.

This map supersedes all other maps listed below.  But the other maps below provide an alternative view that may be easier to print. Just be warned, they do not not show the exact course correctly.

Thanks to Chris here is a link to Google Maps of the course Bear 100 Course in Google Maps

Thanks to Wayne Moore, for creating a multi-page PDF of the entire Course

Course Map

The maps are best viewed outside of your browser in a stand alone viewer, like Microsoft Windows Picture and Fax Viewer. To save the maps to your hard drive and view them in a viewer, either download the compressed images or each individual image.

Detailed Course Maps can be downloaded individually following steps:

  1. Click on the thumbnail to open the large map;
  2. Right click on the map after it loads;
  3. Choose “save image as” and then save it where you want it on your hard drive.
  4. You can then open it in your viewer by clicking on it in Windows Explorer or Mac Finder.

NOTE: the maps are very detailed and very large. You can zoom in on them in your viewer with great detail.