100 Miles – One Day – Trail Ride
Western States Trail Foundation
Help us meet our goal
This past year has been a challenge – fire and snow have greatly impacted our trail and event. To meet these challenges, we’ve set up this campaign with a goal of $25,000. This will directly help offset this year’s unusual costs
Photo: Ron Osborn
July 29, 2023
Tevis Cup Winners
Jeremy Reynolds and
Haggin Cup Winners
Haley Moquin and
Im Hot N Bothered (Freaky)
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.
For information about the work performed on the trail, together with more detail on this year’s reroute.
We are pleased to officially unveil this year’s modified “snow” route! Last winter brought a record amount of snowfall to the Sierras necessitating some trail reroutes to the 2023 Tevis Cup Ride.
Riders will follow a special and spectacular route which still involves many iconic locations.
We’re delighted to present this year’s Tevis Forum – hot off the press and also available online.
To view past issues of the Tevis Forum, they are available going back to 2011.
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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
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.