Have an adventure with us at Curt Gowdy State Park! Formerly known as Granite State Park and a favored camping area for the Comanche, Pawnee, Crow, and Shoshone Indians searching for bison, and now named after the Wyoming native and famous sportscaster, the park features three reservoirs and seven sections of varied landscape offered up from the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains. The rolling hills, granite outcroppings, low-lying meadows, varied flora, and abundant fauna create a perfect location for this mid-level adventure race!
The morning of the race, we'll give each team and soloists a map with checkpoints and a list of "Rules of Travel." Racers, as a soloist or as a team, will be provided a map and specific rules of travel and will have up to 10 hours to complete the adventure race. Sound like your kinda fun? Well, saddle up!