DIRECTIONS TO THE START / FINISH – DUTCH HENRI HILL
The Silver Rush 50 MTB course starts and finishes at the base of Dutch Henri Hill, located just below Colorado Mountain College on Highway 24 South.
From the intersection of Harrison and 6th (stop light in the middle of town):
- Go south for 1.2 miles on Harrison/Hwy 24
- Pass USFS building on right, CMC sign on left
- Arrive at start /finish
PARKING AT THE START / FINISH
Parking is located at the Colorado Mountain College. NO Parking is allowed on either side of Highway 24 or Lake County 41. If you park along these roads, you will be ticketed and towed. There are parking attendants on staff for the Silver Rush 50 and there is no charge to park. Overflow parking is located at the Community Park/Rodeo Grounds parking areas located just west of the Intersection of McWethy and West 6th Street. Please use the crossing located on the Mineral Belt Trail to cross Highway 24. Colorado State Patrol will be monitoring pedestrian travel for safety.
NO PARKING at businesses including Urgent Care, Hotels, etc.
The best place to view your athlete during the Race is at one of the Aid Stations. There are two aid stations along the course: Printer Boy (mile 14.5 & 35.3) and Stumptown (mile 24.4).
Directions to Silver Rush Aid Stations
All directions start from the intersection of Harrison and 6th (stop light in the middle of town):
Printer Boy (39°13’37.74”N, 106°15’2.69”W)
- Drive east on 6th for 0.4 miles
- Turn right (south) on Hazel St, go 0.4 miles
- Continue on S. Toledo/County Rd-2
- Follow pavement for 3.3 miles to aid station
Stumptown (39°15’8.93”N, 106°13’59.82”W)
- Drive east on 6th for 0.7 miles
- Turn left at Fryer St, go 300 yards
- Turn right at County Rd-3, go 2 miles
- Slight right at County Rd-3B, go 0.7 miles
SPECTATOR FOOD & BEVERAGE
Food will be available for purchase near the finish line. There are also numerous fantastic restaurants in and around Leadville offering everything from hearty home cooking to gourmet dining. Click here for more information on Dining in Leadville.