There will be parking at the Gould Community Center start/finish area for all participants but carpooling is strongly encouraged. The Gould Community Center is located a half mile east of the State Forest State Park Moose Visitor Center on the south side of Highway 14.
Local Campground Carpools: We will have several volunteers available at the finish line to help shuttle finishers back to campsites and cabins in the local area (Crags, Agnes Yurts, Ranger Lakes, Gould Cabins, North Park Campground or Yurts, Michigan Reservoir, Bockman). So we would like to encourage as many runners as possible to carpool to the start.
Please use our Never Summer 100k Event Facebook page to post messages to ask for a ride or offer a ride if you have space.
Or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we have enough interest in carpooling from certain campgrounds, we will help facilitate a schedule, meeting location, and additional volunteer shuttles.
Crew Drop Off: If your crew/family will be dropping you off on race morning and does not need to park for the duration of the race, please have them drop you off at the Community Center Entrance and then park at the Visitor Center .5 miles to the West. There is a short connector trail to walk over to the start from the Visitor Center.
**No Parking Anywhere on Highway 14**
From Boulder/Denver (2:30 – 3:00 hours): The Never Summer 100km stages out of Gould, CO, just west of Cameron Pass. Traffic coming from the Denver/Boulder area should take I-25 north to exit 269B (Hwy14/Mulberry Rd) and follow 14/287 until 14 splits west into the Poudre Canyon, a few miles north of Fort Collins. Once in the canyon, it as an approximately 65 mile drive west to Cameron Pass on winding road following the beautiful Wild and Scenic Poudre River. The Gould Community Center is five or six miles past the Pass on the left.
From Steamboat (1:15 – 1:30 hours): Take Hwy 40 & 14 to Walden, then continue on 14 east for another 20 miles to Gould.
From Fort Collins (1:30 – 1:45 hours): Head west on Hwy 14 up the Poudre Canyon. Once in the canyon, it as an approximately 65 mile drive west to Cameron Pass on winding road following the beautiful Wild and Scenic Poudre River. The Gould Community Center is five or six miles past the Pass on the left.
From Laramie/Cheyenne (1:30): Head south towards Jelm on WY 230 and either follow it to Walden and drive east on 14 to Gould, or veer left to Jelm on WY 10/CO 103 (Laramie River Rd) to Hwy 14. Head west to Cameron Pass on Hwy 14; Gould will be 5 or 6 miles past the pass.
Gas and Food
The closest gas station is located in Walden approximately 25-30 minutes west of Gould. Remember to fill up before leaving Fort Collins. There is gas available in Rustic on the way up the canyon but the pumps are not open 24/7.
There are 2 small convenience stores in Gould at the Gould Gift Shops and at Northpark RV. There is also a small store and a couple small restaurants in Walden.