Smokey Bear Run
Welcome to the Smokey Bear
Run / Walk Website!
Please join us at beautiful Bass Lake, California on Saturday, September 23, 2017 for the Smokey Bear Run / Walk. This year's event proceeds will go back to our local community.

We are celebrating the 30th year of the race.

Please come early, Road 222 will close 7:15 9:40 a.m. towards the Forks and Millers. If you must leave the race early (soccer season!) please park on the north end; this will allow you a means to exit prior to the road reopening.

Photos taken are available for viewing and free download at Ploen Photo.

We look forward to seeing you at the race!

Click for larger photos2016 Smokey Bear Run

2016 Smokey Bear Run

2016 Smokey Bear Run

 

Registration: 6:45 a.m.-7:45 a.m.
at Recreation Point, Bass Lake

Special Event
 7:40 a.m.

7:45 a.m. Kids' Race
1/2 mile (Ages 9-12)

7:55 a.m. Kids' Race
1/4 mile (Ages 5-8)

8:05 a.m. Kids' Race
1/8 mile (Ages 2-4)
parents allowed

8:30 a.m.
10K Run
NO WALKERS


8:35 a.m.
2 mile Run / Walk

Wheelchairs starts
one minute ahead of runners.

Please note change in race times.

 
The 2017 Smokey Bear Run / Walk was a success! We want to thank all our sponsors and support staff!

A special "Thank you" to our race participants! We hope everyone had a great time, as we did!

The Mountain Area Runners organization is a non-profit 501(c)(3) group and your donation is tax-deductible. Our Federal Identification number is:
27-2734062.



Sponsor: Sierra Telephone

Chukchansi Gold

2017 Overall Winners

10k Run
Stephen Waite (35:47.9) and Katie Burns (45:36.3) are back-to-back winners of the 10K race at the Sept. 23rd Smokey Bear Run / Walk at Bass Lake. Burns finished 19th overall from a field of 106 men and women in the 10k.

2-mile Run
The men's 2-mile race was won by Fresno's Ricky Flores (10:55) and women's 2 mile winner was Hannah Beaumont (16:15.3), of Coarsegold.  This is her 2nd year in a row.

2-mile Walk
The 2-mile walk men's division was won by Fresno's Jim McCall (21:31:6) and women’s winner was Amanda Von Raeder of Mariposa (27:59:8).

 


 

Note: Smokey Bear is a trademark and service mark
of the U.S.Forest Service and may not be used without
applying for a license from USFS. See USFS Website for details.