Get ready for the annual Whitefish Legacy Partners Run on the Whitefish Trail on October 9th. The Whitefish Bike Retreat is honored to be hosting the event this year.
Book a room or bunk at the Whitefish Bike Retreat and enjoy some chill time before or after the race with your family and friends!
This family friendly run offers something for everyone…long distances on single track trails and shorter options for families.
The Whitefish Trail Run and Half Marathon takes place in the Beaver Lake Area of the Whitefish Trail. This year, we are excited to offer NEW courses! A half marathon will explore brand new single-track surrounding Dollar and Little Beaver Lake, the 10K+ will loop Murray Lake, the 5k+ will circle the South Beaver Loop, and a two mile family fun run will meander through mature forest. The half marathon and the 5K are run 100% on single-track, while the 10K and family fun run will have some small sections of dirt road.
The 2016 Whitefish Trail Run and Half Marathon is sponsored by Whitefish Therapy & Sport Center and will be hosted at the Whitefish Bike Retreat, a beautiful facility set on 19 acres, offering trailside lodging. Family and friends can gather at the Whitefish Bike Retreat to celebrate with a post-race lunch, local craft beer, and award ceremony.
SLEEP - WAKE - RUN
Just me, myself and I with my bike on a warm sunny Fall day with miles and miles of empty Montana gravel roads having a lite BikePacking day (aka along day ride). It ends with a peaceful soul and a smile on my face.
Fall riding in Montana is our secret season! The Larch Pines are starting to yellow and the colors are starting to pop all over. Soon the dirt will disappear for the white stuff but for now it is time to enjoy the warm sunny dry days and then pamper yourself with the stay in the Retreat Lodge during the colder evenings! Our off-season rates start October 1 so check out the online booking for availability.
The Whitefish Trail is over 35 miles of cross country single track right out the back door of the Retreat waiting to be ridden if gravel roads are not your thing. Looking for some more challenging terrain - Spencer Mountain is calling!