Hardrock 100

Gina Lucrezi elected to Hardrock Board

Hardrock would like to extend a warm welcome to Gina Lucrezi as a new member of the Hardrock Board! Gina is Director of Trail Sisters and a strong advocate for trails, equality and the environment. She has been elected to a 3 year term.

Photo Credit: Cassie Scallon



Hardrock Snow Report - Jan 2020

The snow season has begun in the Hardrock high country. As you can see (on this chart), as of the first of the new year, there is a nice base of snow. I took a look for myself in early December and confirmed that Silverton was under the white stuff with a 15 foot high ridge of plowed snow in the middle of Greene Street. Let's see what the season holds.

-Charlie Thorn, Course Director Emeritus

CONGRATULATIONS to this year's Joel Zucker Memorial Scholarship winners!

We are awarding a record $30,000 this year, thanks to all of your generous contributions.

This year's awardees:
Jacee Lawrence
Miranda Hall
Megan Levine
Hannah Dekay
Gerardo Acosta
Derrick Zanoni
Marley Roberts
Talitha Coombs

The Hardrock Hundred Endurance Run awards college scholarships to Silverton High School seniors and seniors from the San Juan region who have a connection to the run. Scholarships are also available to former recipients who are continuing their undergraduate education.

Donations are Appreciated!
To donate online:
Go to the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado
http://www.swcommunityfoundation.org/
Click on the "DONATE" button in the upper right.
Click on the "Add special instructions to the seller" and enter "Joel Zucker Scholarship".

If you want to mail in a check, make it out to "Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado" and make sure to enter "Joel Zucker Scholarship" in the memo line. Mail it to:
Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado
PO Box 1673
Durango, CO 81302

Hardrock 100 At a Glance

100-mile run with 33,050 feet of climb and 33,050 feet of descent for a total elevation change of 66,100 feet with an average elevation of 11,186 feet - low point 7,680 feet (Ouray) and high point 14,048 feet (Handies Peak).

All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service.