|Ride Name||Run Cut Foot Run!|
|How many days is this ride?||2 days|
|Ride Manager Name||Sarah Maass|
|Ride Manager Phone||(507) 340-7859|
|Ride Distances Offered|
|Ride Distances Offered by Day|
|Ride Camp Description|
|Ride Camp Website||https://www.govserv.org/US/Deer-River/548338471971115/Cut-Foot-Sioux-Horse-Camp|
|Ride Camp Location||Cut Foot Sioux Horse Campground in the Chippewa National Forest.|
58096 Third River Rd
Deer River, Minnesota 56636
|Ride Camp GEO Coordinates||47°33'34.7"N 94°06'37.1"W|
|Directions to Ride Camp|
From Deer River, take Highway 46 north for 22 miles to Forest Road 2171. Follow the signs to ride camp.
|Campground Map Link||https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233827/campsites?&start=0|
|Camp site information|
|Dogs & Generators|
|Camping - additional information|
Watch for updates on our event page on Facebook. We are hoping to reserve the entire campground for this event, and the sites will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
|Nearest Gas Station or Convenience Store||6.3 miles. Max Mini Store, 50758 MN-46, Squaw Lake, MN 56681|
|Nearest Hospital||Essentia Health-Deer River. 115 10th Ave NE, Deer River, MN 56636. (218) 246-2900.|
|On a scale of 1 to 5 where 1 is barefoot friendly and 5 is hoof protection required, rate this trail.||2|
Trails have good footing – grass, dirt, some fine gravel/dirt. Mostly two-track and single-track trails through the woods, and it's fairly flat terrain. Nice easy trail for a first 100-mile!! TRAILS ARE BAREFOOT-FRIENDLY!
|Number of holds for a 50/60|
|Number of holds for a 100|
|Any other information or comments?|
Pre-registration is appreciated for the 100. Let us know via our Facebook event page or private message the ride manager. You can also snail-mail your registration form, or email it.
Saturday evening meal will be hosted by ride management. You'll get meal tickets at registration. NO POTLUCK.
There will be natural water and water tanks along the trail.
The 2nd loop of the “night” LD is in the dark: FUN!!!
This is a great ride to try your first 100! We will help you if you don't have crew, the trails have wonderful footing, no big hills, and trails are obvious and well-marked.