100 Miles – One Day – Trail Ride
Western States Trail Foundation
BE PART OF THE WESTERN STATES TRAIL RECONDITIONING PROJECT
Help WSTF recondition the historic trail.
We have a big task ahead of us
and really need your help.
Photo: Ron Osborn
July 29, 2023
Virtual Tevis Cup 2023
Entries now open! This year’s Virtual Event starts on Wednesday, April 19th – and will run for 100 days until Sunday, July 30th, 2023* – as the riders of the Traditional Tevis Cup are finishing their own physical journeys** under the Tevis Moon!
(* natural disasters-permitting
Tevis Ride Management is keeping a close eye on the snow level and snowpack at elevation. At this point we are still planning to use the traditional trail on the published date.
As a back-up plan, we are considering an alternate start/route – similar to the start/route used in 2017.
Entries for this year’s Ed Ride (July 7th-9th) are live! The Ed Ride is aimed at riders wishing to participate in the Tevis Cup Ride in the future. This year, riders will enjoy a night ride to Michigan Bluff to eat ice cream; complete the CA Loop on Saturday, followed by speakers in the afternoon; then ride the Canyons from Robinson Flat to Chicken Hawk on Sunday. This year auditors are also welcome for the Saturday afternoon speakers.
Hit that Bucket List!
Is this your year to cross the mountains, to check that epic Tevis Cup One Hundred Miles One Day Ride off of your bucket list?
Is it time for you to traverse the Western States Trail that was used by the indigenous people, then the gold-seekers, and eventually Wendell Robie many years later?
New Tevis Official Facebook Group
Get social with us! Trail to the Trail is your OFFICIAL resource for all things Tevis! Discussion, resources, knowledge-sharing and connections for riders, crews and fans of the annual 100-Mile One-Day Tevis Cup Ride. Join the OFFICIAL group hosted by the Western States Trail Foundation to help you on a successful journey along your personal…
Rule Changes for 2023
Riders entering the 2023 Tevis cup should be aware of the following rule changes, approved by the Tevis Board of Governors. Failure to comply with the rules governing the ride may result in disqualification from the ride or disqualification from future rides. Let’s all play fair for the safety and comfort of our equine partners…
Trailwork Update – March
The trail between the Patent Road Fire Break (westward extent of the fire) and Dardanelles Creek is now clear and in good shape.
Find out more about what got done – and come join us in the canyons in April and May.
March 5th Trail Work Day Cancelled
Due to large amounts of snow, the upcoming trail work day has been regretfully cancelled. At this point, the March 11th/12th days are also in question because the weather pattern looks like it will last another week or so. Please check the website closer to the event.
Trail Work Days – New Dates
Western States Trail Stewardship has announced five days in March and April to do dirt and rock work on the trail after the Mosquito Fire. This work will be done on either CA Loop (west of Foresthill) or in El Dorado Canyon (east of Michigan Bluff).
Tevis Cup Winners
Gabriela Blakeley and
LLC Pyros Choice
Haggin Cup Winners
Christoph Schork and
VA Blizzard of Ozz
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All donations will go towards the WSTF Mission of Preserving the legacy of the Western States Trail (for all users), Staging the annual Tevis Cup Ride, and Sponsoring Endurance Horse Welfare Studies to better understand our equine athletes.
Official Ride Photographers
Check out the fantastic images captured by professional photographers during The Ride.
For more photographs taken by volunteers on course check out our Flickr TEVIS Feed.