November 18 - 20, 2022

Tierra Redonda Mountain Trail Run

8029 Lynch Canyon Road

Bradley, CA 48 Hour, 24 Hour, 21 K, 10 K

This Event Took Place Sun. Nov 20, 2022

Tierra Redonda Mountain Trail Run

Tierra Redonda Mountain Trail Run

November 17-19, 2023

Smith Ranch, Bradley California

Information and Registration




Everyone is welcome. Family friendly. Dogs on leash welcome. Camping is free. Bonfire every night. Live music Friday and Saturday nights.




Let’s run!

Trail Running on a private cattle ranch. This event features a runnable 5km, 10km, 20km, 24 hour and 48 hour run on a 10km, 100% dirt, single track trail, loop course. Big views, moderate climbs, mild temperatures and well stocked aid stations. Awards for all finishers and special handcrafted trophies for top male and female in each event.




Let’s camp!

Spend up to three nights on the Smith Ranch at no additional charge. Motorhomes, RVs, vans, trucks, cars and tents are all welcome. Camping is first come, primitive, no hookups or amenities. No fee and no reservations required. On-site camping available Thursday through Sunday.




Live music and bonfires!

Group bonfire every night starting at dusk. Special musical guests include Chad Hinkle and the Old Orcutt Single Mic Band, Adam Lopez and Doc Oliver.




Adam Lopez is an Americana Troubadour who has worked with the Who’s Who in American roots music. He has shared the stage and studio with an impressive cast of musicians including Lloyd Green, Wayne Moss, Deke Dickerson, Big Sandy, Bill Kirchen, Dale Watson and many more. As a songwriter, he reaches fans of folk like John Prine, Steve Earle, Taj Mahal and Merle Haggard. His warm soulful voice and guitar picking style blends into a seamless recipe of classic country, folk and blues that will have you dancing and singing along.




Doc Oliver is a singer/songwriter from small-town Orcutt in Santa Barbara County, CA. After dropping out of college, Doc joined the US Navy and deployed a few times to Afghanistan. He was medically retired in 2013 and later joined the US Forest Service as a Wild-land Firefighter. The central theme of Doc's music comes from true stories and experiences in war, coming home from war, and all that life has to offer.




Thursday, November 16

12:00pm  - Ranch opens to overnight camping

5:00pm - Campfire activities




Friday, November 17

7:00am - Runner Check In opens

8:00am - 48 hour start

6:00pm - Bonfire and live music with Adam Lopez




Saturday, November 18

7:00am - Runner Check In opens

8:00am - 24 hour, 20km, 10km, 5km start

6:00pm - Bonfire and live music with Doc Oliver




Sunday, November 19

8:00am  - 48 hour and 24 hour events end

12:00pm - Ranch closes

Event Schedule

All events will start and finish at the Smith Ranch Cow Camp staging area.

12:00pm Thursday, November 16 - Ranch opens to overnight camping
8:00am Friday, November 17 - 48 hour start
8:00am Saturday, November 18 - 24 hour, 20km, 10km, 5km start
8:00am Sunday, November 19 - 48 hour and 24 hours events end
12:00pm Sunday, November 19 - Ranch closes

Onsite Camping

Camp with us on the ranch!

12:00pm on Thursday, November 16. Ranch opens to campers.
12:00pm on Sunday, November 19. Ranch closes to all participants.

Onsite camping is included in your registration fee.
Friends and family are welcome.
Car camping, tents, motorhomes, RVs, etc.
No reservations required.
Sites available on first come basis. There is plenty of space.
Primitive, dry camping. There are no hook ups and no amenities.

Course

5km - One single direction loop - 100% dirt, ranch road and single track trail. 302 feet of vertical gain per loop. https://caltopo.com/m/FAM9T

10km One single direction loop - 100% dirt, ranch road and single track trail. 585 feet of vertical gain per loop. https://caltopo.com/m/FAM9T

20km Two single direction 10km loops - 100% dirt, ranch road and single track trail. 585 feet of vertical gain per loop. https://caltopo.com/m/FAM9T

24 Hour - Multiple 10km loops - 100% dirt, ranch road and single track trail. 585 feet of vertical gain per loop. https://caltopo.com/m/FAM9T

48 Hour - Multiple 10km loops - 100% dirt, ranch road and single track trail. 585 feet of vertical gain per loop. https://caltopo.com/m/FAM9T

Aid Stations at approximately every 2 miles

Event's current local time: 2:07 AM PT

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