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Frozen First

November 8, 2014

The mission of the Wilson Creek Frozen 50k is to offer a unique, winter running experience on the stunning Wilson Creek trail system in January. Runners will traverse the Reynolds Creek gorge and summit Wilson Peak while braving the elements and enjoying the scenery and wildlife viewing opportunities. These trails showcase southwest Idaho at its finest. We aim to share in this beauty with outdoor enthusiasts during a time of year when most people are watching the weather from the warmth of their homes. If you are looking for an epic adventure, you will not be disappointed.
The 10 M loop contains ~2200′ of elevation gain and the 20 M loop contains ~4900′ of elevation gain for a total ~7100′ of elevation gain for the 50k. The 50k is a combination of the two loops. The 5 mile has 788′ of elevation gain and is not too technical.
Filmed with
Canon 70D, 18-55mm lens
Canon T2i
Go Pro Hero 2

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