Old Gabe and Blanket Chief are both nicknames for Jim Bridger who lived in the wild west from 1822 (age 17) until 1867. He discovered Salt Lake, South Pass and the current pass for I-80 going into Salt Lake City. He explored the Gallatin Valley area and trapped in the area in the 1840’s. He has lots of things named for him including the Old Gabe 25K/50K and the Jim Bridger Trail Run (10 miles, generally the week after the 25K/50K).
All profits go to the Bozeman Track Club (only available XC running team for middle schoolers).
For more info and race registration: http://www.chickadesigns.com/Runs/Gabe/OGRaceinfo.html
Thank you to our patients who share their success stories with us. The following update is from a Bozeman patient of ours who recently completed rehab with Jason following knee surgery. After her surgery and rehab, she completed demanding hikes in the Highland Mary Lakes and Grand Turk regions in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. She writes to Jason "...Again, my thanks for your persistence and ability to prescribe what was needed." Congratulations to D.H. for taking on these demanding long-distance hikes with elevations up to 12,400 feet! May her inspiring endeavor be an inspiration to others and especially, you, as well!View more testimonials from Excel PT clients »