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Skeleton Skedaddle & Pumpkin Plod

Sunday, October 24, 2021


Enjoy fall family fun with Run Wild Missoula and UM's Physical Therapy Student Association at the Skeleton Skedaddle 5K & Kids Pumpkin Plod! Join us at Silver Park on Sunday, October 24th.


Registration:

  • 400 Meter Kids Run; Ages 12 and Under
    • FREE!
    • Untimed.  No bib.
  • 5K; All Ages
    Run Wild Missoula members, remember to log into the website to receive a $2 discount

    (through 11:59 PM on Sunday, October 17th only)

    • $15.00 August 5th through Sunday, October 17th
    • $17.00 October 18th through race day via RunSignUp
  • New for 2021 - Opt-In Race T-Shirt!
    • During registration, participants will have the option to add on race swag!
    • Traditionally, this event has not offered race swag.

Race Beneficiary:  Proceeds from this event will be donated to University of Montana's Physical Therapy Student Association to assist students with opportunities to enhance their educational experience.  Participants can also make an optional donation during registration to further help support this organization.

Packet Pickup:

  • Saturday, October 23: 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Run Wild Missoula
  • Sunday, October 24: 9:00 - 10:00 AM at Race Start in Silver Park

Want to Volunteer? Click here for more information

Location: Silver Park; 700 Cregg Lane

Start Times:

  • 400 Meter Kids Run - 10:00 AM
  • 5K - 10:25 AM

Course Information:

5K Awards:

  • Overall winner will be 125th!
  • Top Female
  • Top Male
5K Age Divisions:  14 and Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+

Past Race Results

As outlined in the race waiver & acknowledgement, entry fees are non-refundable, non-transferable and non-deferrable.  To view the RWM race cancellation policy, click here.

Per Run Wild Missoula event policies, dogs are not allowed to participate in the event with the exception of ADA Service Animals.  Service animals must be on non-retractable, 6 foot or less leash.

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Run Wild Missoula acknowledges that we are in the homelands of the Salish and Kalispel people. Today, we offer our respect for their history and culture, for their ancient and continuing presence in this landscape, and for the path they have shown us in caring for this place for the generations to come. 

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