Join us for the 4th Annual Mountain Warfare Training Challenge, a challenging
10K off-road run with obstacles such as tire course, low crawl, five-foot
wall climb, and tunnel crawl.
high-altitude event! Along the course there will be five water points
with personnel staged at each. Race individually, within your age division,
or as a member of a three-person team.
Your entry includes:
t-shirt to all entrants
to top finishers
dinner the night before the event
This is the only event of this kind that has ever been open to civilians
at the center.
2009 RESULTS: INDIVIDUAL TEAM
2008 RESULTS: INDIVIDUAL
2007 RESULTS: INDIVIDUAL
2006 RESULTS: INDIVIDUAL
2005 RESULTS: INDIVIDUAL
• Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center
• Toiyabe National Forest
• 21 miles northwest of Bridgeport, CA
• Reno, NV
• Lake Tahoe, CA
• Mammoth, CA
Lowest course elevation:
• 6,800 feet
Highest course elevation:
• 7,800 feet
Average daytime temperature in May:
Established in 1951 specifically to provide mountain and cold weather training for replacement personnel bound for Korea, this intense training ground is one of the Corps' most remote and isolated posts, and one of its most difficult training grounds. The Center is located at 6,762 feet, on 46,000 acres of the Toiyabe National Forest, 21 miles northwest of Bridgeport, California and 100 miles south of Reno, Nevada. Temperatures here can reach as low as 20 degrees, and snow accumulation can reach depths of up to 8 feet.