11 Miles to Paradise | 9:00am (Race Start) | May 19th, 2019

Registration Opens at 8am on Feb 12th

This 10.6 mile race runs through Lolo National Forest along a scenic & rolling single-track trail that parallels the mighty Clark Fork River outside Paradise, MT. Nutritional supplements from Hammer Nutrition will be provided at our halfway aid station and at the finish line. Each participant will receive a stylish 11 Miles to Paradise T-shirt,  bus shuttle to race start, chip timing, finisher medal, snacks at the finish line and an option for post race massage!

Testimonials from 11 Miles to Paradise:

“I wanted to thank you for all your work in making 11 Miles to Paradise such an enjoyable event. What a great place for the after race festivities too! This is definitely one we will put on next year’s calendar.”

Carolyn Mirich

“From registration, to the finish line, to the soak at Quinn’s Hot Springs, it was spectacular!”

Daniel Carney

Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support of this event!

Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort:

We are excited to have such a great race venue as Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort.  Please visit their website at www.quinnshotsprings.com to learn more about what they have to offer! 190 Hwy 135, Paradise,  MT 59856 | 406-826-3150

Lost? Need directions to Quinn’s? From Missoula:

  • Take 1-90 West
  • Take Exit 96 to merge onto MT-200 W/US-93 N (27.3 Miles)
  • Turn left at MT-200 W (30.7 Miles)
  • Turn left at MT-135 E/State Route 135 E (2 Miles)
  • Quinn’s Hot Springs will be on the left!

Sapphire Physical Therapy is a physical therapist-owned and operated PT clinic specializing in running injury treatment and prevention. They offer progressive PT treatments which are based on science and proven on the trails. To say Sapphire PT supports trail running events and the Montana running community is an understatement. Owner and clinician, John Fiore is a serious endurance athlete and gets what it takes to lead an active and injury free lifestyle. If you need the tools to stay healthy, rebound from injury or prevent further injuries, Sapphire PT in Missoula is the place to go!

This race is held on Lolo National Forest Lands and is permitted through the Superior Ranger District.