COURSE & COURSE SAFETY
Please note the new start/finish line location, the 10K line-up, and the 5K corrals. It is HIGHLY recommended that you cross Kagy at the crosswalks.
The course is coned and marked very well, but it is open to traffic. There will be volunteers and certified flaggers at most intersections. Please remain on the right side of the road unless otherwise directed. Because the course is open to traffic, we recommend that all participants wear bright clothing to improve visibility.
We ask that all faster participants yield right of way and go around when overtaking slower participants.
Participants should be aware that the 5K and 10K courses merge at the intersection of Wagon Wheel and South 3rd. Please follow volunteer instructions and run in the correct channel to avoid unnecessary congestion.
Parking is available at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, and MSU Police Department. Parking is NOT permitted at the Museum of the Rockies or on South 7th Ave to the south of Kagy Blvd. Kagy Blvd will be closed between South 11th and South 3rd. Expect traffic delays for parking. It is a good idea to arrive early in order to enjoy complimentary snacks, hot beverages and socializing!
Parents can sign up children for the Kids’ Run either by registering children online (transaction fee may apply) or registering in person at the Museum of the Rockies on Thanksgiving morning.
IMPORTANT: Parking is prohibited in the Museum parking lot. There will be a barrier at the Museum entrance and vehicles will not be able to enter.
Requests for reasonable accommodations must be submitted at least 4 weeks prior to Huffing For Stuffing by filling out our contact form.
For handcycle and wheelchair entrants, it is the participants’ responsibility to provide a manually operated wheelchair or handcycle that is fully functional and properly maintained. It is strongly recommended that all handcycle and wheelchair participants wear a helmet. Due to the course being open to traffic, a flag (at least 5’ off the ground) and/or flashing light(s) on each wheelchair or handcycle is recommended.
A portion of the course is a trail system with some potentially sharp and icy corners. Participants are strongly encouraged to participate with someone willing to help maneuver the course should assistance be required.
For handcycle and wheelchair entrants, it is the participants’ responsibility to provide a manually operated wheelchair or handcycle that is fully functional and properly maintained. Handcycles and racing wheelchairs are expected to abide by the equipment rules and guidelines of the International Paralympic Committee.