2024 Maah Daah Hey Trailrun Series | Medora - Official Ticket Site of the Medora Musical
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Experience the unique challenge of running on North Dakota’s awe-inspiring MAAH DAAH HEY TRAIL. This event will give every participant an experience they will remember for the rest of their lives. The North Dakota Badlands provide a truly stunning backdrop for one of North America’s most challenging and rewarding stretches of continuous single trail.

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Total Distance
106 miles

Elevation Gain 11,975 Feet

July 26-27 | 6:00 am

Course Record Dalton Struck 19:37:32

Hotel Reservations

After a long day on the Maah Daah Hey Trail, you’ll want a place to rest those weary bones and recharge.

Racers receive an added discount when booking before July 5. See your race registration for more details. 

More To Explore

Burning Hills Singers dressed in red western costumes clap and cheer on the Banjo player in the Medora Musical in Medora, North Dakota.

The Medora Musical

Round up the crew and get riled up to race at the rootin’est, tootin’est show in town. Racers get a discount to the show. See your race packet for more information. 

Explore Historic Medora

Enjoy Theodore Roosevelt National Park, eclectic downtown shops, and endless entertainment and family fun right in downtown Medora.

Food for Fuel

Medora offers a variety of restaurants from steaks fondued on pitchforks, to pizza, ice cream, and more. 

The Badlands Race Series is hosted by LAND.


The Badlands Race Series allows you to experience these beautiful, rugged trails like never before. Races include four unique, all-season races on North Dakota’s Maah Daah Hey Trail, designed for everyone from serious competitors to first-time riders or runners.

For years, North Dakota’s legendary Maah Daah Hey Trail was disappearing due to neglect and a lack of resources. Now each year, LAND volunteers dig, mow, string-trim and prune more than 100 miles of singletrack on the Maah Daah Hey trail system. Learn more about how you can #SAVEtheMDH.