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Read why our participants love MammothMarch

“Thanks for all the water at the aid stations! Thanks to all the hikers who had kind words to say about Miller (furry friend) on the course! And thanks for giving him his own medal and finisher certificate!
He has his own medal rack that his new MammothMarch medal will hang on! That for being a great dog-friendly event!” 
- Libby

"This experience has taught me so much about my hiking journey as well as living life in general.

We are a lot stronger than we know. Love this event, see ya next year!"

- Steven Dillard

“This was my first organized hike and the vibe and the people were so dope and the whole atmospheric bliss of the outdoors was euphoric.

I will be participating in many more and just so you all know, we’re MammothMarch family now.”

- Corey Bennett 

“I would like to thank all the organizers and volunteers for their superb efforts. Job well done, this was a great event, it was truly a pleasure.

Hope to see you around on the trails. Remember, own your hike and don’t let the hike own you.”

- Dan Rini

“I loved the camaraderie and the support and banter between everyone! Hiking in honor of my son… he’s celebrating his first heavenly birthday today.

Thanks for watching over me and riding shotgun Caleb”

- Theresa Cope

"I want to thank the Mammoth March for such a wonderful event on Oct 3.  

About 3 years ago I had to basically give up on trail events and distance. I had a hip replacement in 2019 and through great care, I was able to complete this event in about six hours on the trails that I love at the age of 70.      
You all ROCK"    

- Libby White

“My first MammothMarch with my 18 year old, his son and his girlfriend.

The lesson was you are going to face many challenges in life and use this as a reminder that you are stronger than you think and keep pushing forward till the end.”

- Debbie Hodges 

" I have zero complains about this March.

We all got to experience what I think is rare in this time in the world we live in; which is humanity being happy while accomplishing something very physically hard on the mind and body"

- Jay R Bee

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