Pumpkin Run

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Run Wild Missoula is excited to announce the 24th annual Pumpkin Run will be held on Saturday, October 19th! 

 

Registration:

  • 400 Meter Kids Run; Ages 12 and Under
    • Fee: $4.00; discounts do not apply
  • 5K; All Ages
    Run Wild Missoula members, remember to log into the website to receive a $2 discount

    (through 12:00 PM on Thursday, October 17th only)

    • $15.00 through 12:00 PM on Thursday, October 17th
    • $17.00 after 12:01 PM October 17th through race day via RunSignUp

Packet Pickup:

  • Friday, October 18: 3:00 - 6:00 PM at Run Wild Missoula
  • Saturday, October 19: 9:00 - 10:00 AM at Race Start in Silver Park

Who's Registered?  Click Here

Location: Silver Park; 700 Cregg Lane

Start Times:

  • Kid's Dash - 10:00 AM
  • 5K - 10:24 AM

Course Information:

  • Kids Dash: On the dirt trail within Silver Park
  • 5K Course Map: Run along the river on the Riverfront South and Milwaukee Trails

5K Awards:

  • Overall winner will be 199th - the last prime number before 200!  A close call considering that 197 is also a prime number.
  • Top Female
  • Top Male
5K Age Divisions:  14 and Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70

Race Beneficiaries:  Proceeds from this event will be donated to the below organizations.  Participants can also make an optional donation during registration to further help support these causes.

  • Muscular Dystrophy Association:  Since 1950, we have spearheaded efforts to transform the lives of Montana kids and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS, and related neuromuscular diseases.  We fund groundbreaking research for promising treatments and provide families with the highest quality care from the best doctors in the country.  Our care clinic is located in Billings.  Your donation helps our Montana kids and adults with muscular dystrophy live longer and grow stronger.
  • University of Montana Kless Revolving Energy Loan Fund: a student-initiated, student-funded loan program that supports energy and resource conservation projects on the UM campus.  Each semester since Fall 2009, UM students have supported KRELF with an opt-out sustainability fee.  The purpose of KRELF is to finance projects that promote resource conservation, waste reduction, and environmental projects at UM, as well as capture financial and energy savings and foster student involvement in sustainability efforts.
Past Race Results

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