toughest trail in the west
If you are looking for a tried-and-true trail run adventure, look no further. The Wolf Creek Wrangle is infamous for its rough and wild single track, bear sightings, and "Jeff Way" distances. The Jeff Way is the hard way, the cowboy way. If there is a rockslide along the course, it will not be removed-you will find a way over it. If there are tree branches and overgrowth on the trail, they will not be trimmed. You will have to run through it or jump over it. Trails are not groomed and purposefully left wild, for the wild runner. Prepare for the unexpected and know that at the end of the race you will have bragging rights for life. And beer. That's right, nurse your wounds and pride with a cold one or two. You will have earned it. Celebrate your success with us after the race with food and music!
100% of event proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns, and their housing efforts in Sheridan County, Wyoming!
5 Mile I 7 Mile I Half-Marathon I 30K
The Wolf Creek Wrangle Trail Run offers 5 challenging distances for runners and hikers- all designed to show racers the "Cowboy" way of life as they run the west.
Wolf, WY I The Historic Eatons' Ranch
Located 20 miles outside of Sheridan, WY the historic Eatons' Ranch is nestled under the eastern slopes of the Bighorn Mountains. This ranch encompasses 7,000 acres of gorgeous scenery. Run by 5 generations of heritage, Eatons' strives to offer a western experience, and pass on the Wyoming lifestyle.
Saturday, September 21st, 2024
The Wolf Creek Wrangle Trail Run takes place annually on the third Saturday in September, and directly benefits Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns, and their affordable housing initiatives.
Where to stay I Directions
Wolf, WY is the wild west, but visiting is worth the trip. A special discount is offered at Eatons' Ranch for 10k, half-marathon, or 30k distance participants staying the weekend. Accommodations and discount is also being offered at the Best Western Sheridan Center.
Building strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter!
Your participation in the Wrangle directly benefits the construction of affordable housing in Sheridan County (See Below)!