ADVENTURE RACING IN
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
THE NEXT RACE IS IN:
WHAT IS ADVENTURE RACING?
Adventure racing is a multidisciplinary individual and team sport that involves navigating an unmarked wilderness course via foot, bike, raft, or rope within a set amount of time. Individuals and teams of two or more racers must navigate to provided checkpoint coordinates (or exact map pins) by hiking, running, biking, rafting, and/or rock climbing. Take a peek through our site to learn more About adventure racing and the Rocky Mountain Adventure Series!
Race participants travel to checkpoint coordinates via a combination of hiking, running, biking, paddling, and/or climbing. Every race requires navigation (without the use of GPS), but not every race will involve every above mentioned activity. See the key below.
BATTLE BY THE BROOK
6, 8,AND 12-HOUR
ADVENTURE ON YOUR OWN TIME
EAGLE COUNTY, COLORADO
8 AND 24-HOUR
SWAN VALLEY, IDAHO
6 AND 24-HOUR
In these uncertain times, RMAS understands the necessity of following guidelines to keep people safe. We are taking all local and federal restrictions into consideration and hope to see you all at our upcoming races. If your have any questions, please Contact Us!
ARTICLES & UPDATES
Check out our blog for the latest and greatest in RMAS adventure racing news. We will be sharing tips, experiences, race updates, and more. Want to stay up to date on the news? Follow us on Facebook!
For every RMAS adventure race that your team completes in a year, points are accumulated and totaled against other teams. At the end of the season, the top 3 teams receive cash prizes!
Any and all assistance is tremendously appreciated and volunteers will get the same swag as racers, plus tons of gratitude from both us and the racers. Volunteering also earns race discounts and points towards the series rankings!