Double Dip starts at 9 a.m.; Single Dip starts at 9:30 a.m. at Riverbowl East Field, University of Montana
LATEST UPDATE FROM THE RACE DIRECTOR! The Pengelly Double Dip long course is FULL. The long course is capped at 200 due to our U.S. Forest Service permit. There is still plenty of room in the Single Dip.
Questions? Contact Race Director Kevin Twidwell.
Double Dip: A tall half marathon. 2700 ft of elevation gain. Very challenging and always worth it! The Double Dip is limited to 200 participants. SOLD OUT!
Single Dip: A short and sweet 10K. Best view in town! There is no participant limit on the Single Dip.
The Single Dip is part of the RWM Spring Race Challenge Series.
The official drink is HEED. Other Hammer products will be provided on the course.
Each participant will get a sweet Pengelly Double and Single Dip growler.
Early starters can begin at 8 a.m., but they will not receive an official time.
Individual Registration: Double Dip, $30; RWM members, $28. Single Dip, $23; RWM members, $21.
Race Day Registration: Double Dip, $35; RWM members, $33. Single Dip, $28; RWM members, $26.
Click on the map above for an interactive version
The organizers of PENGELLY DOUBLE AND SINGLE DIP would like to thank the following for their gracious support in organizing this event: Lolo National Forest, The Nature Conservancy, the University of Montana and Missoula Parks and Recreation.
The Pengelly Double and Single Dip is a Run Wild Missoula event.
Thank you generous 2013 sponsors.
Kelly Webster, 1:53:57, 2012
Kiefer Hahn, 1:34:36, 2011
About Dave Pengelly
The Double Dip run would have been a favorite event for Dave because it combined many of the things he adored: Mount Sentinel, where he had hiked since early childhood; strenuous outdoor activity; and an opportunity to enjoy, tease, and probably harass his beloved friends. Throughout his life Dave poured his incredible energy into enjoying the outdoors, especially the mountains and all manner of mountain sports. He loved to share those passions with his many friends, family members, and his younger brother in the Big Brothers and Sisters program. He also supported various organizations that fought to preserve his favorite wild areas. Dave died June 13, 2003, in a mountain climbing accident in the North Cascades in Washington. The speakers at his memorial service, without design, presented a combined sermon on Dave's message to them, a message reinforced by the Double Dip run: get out there and live!
The race began as a fund-raiser organized by the staff of the Missoula Youth Homes. The race is now organized by Run Wild Missoula, which encourages entrants to contribute generously to Missoula Youth Homes.