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 Iron Mountain Jubilee

Endurance Ride and Ride & Tie

                         August 27-28, 2021

                        Cripple Creek, Virginia

                                                    at Triple C Horse Camp

4104 Cripple Creek Road, Cripple Creek, VA

 

 Looking forward to seeing all of our endurance friends at the 2021 Iron Mountain Jubilee!!! COVID restrictions in Virginia have been lifted so we have no additional rules expect to use common sense!

 

 LOCATION-  4104 Cripple Creek Road, Cripple Creek, VA. 

See Entry & Information page for downloadable directions!

 

 

The Iron Mountain Jubilee

is a challenging but very doable and enjoyable mountain endurance ride. You will be riding primarily the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail and the Iron Mountain Trail with several connecting trails. Terrain is mountainous with several long climbs

interspersed with level areas for moving out.  Footing ranges from good to rocky. Hoof protection required for the longer distances. 

All vet checks will be in camp. Water will be available but it is  hauled in so please come with your water tanks full. 

Iron Mountain Jubilee Endurance Ride and Ride & Tie

 

 Sanctioned by AERC, SERA, ECTRA, SEDRA, R&T Assoc 

Friday, August 27 25/55 mile rides and Saturday August 28- 25/50 mile  rides.

 

 

Vet- In begins on Thursday afternoon, August 26 for Friday's ride. 

Come ride with us! 

You'll be camping at beautiful Triple C! See Entry & Information page for directions and general information.

 The ride is dedicated to the memory of Garrie Bates. Proceeds  from the ride will benefit  the Back Country Horsemen of the Virginia Highlands Trail Fund to be used on the trails and the Garrie Bates Memorial Fund to benefit junior and young riders. 

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Make a vacation of it!

 

There are many things to see and do in the area including biking or riding the New River Trail, Virginia Highlands Horse Trail (this one is in the ride!), canoeing or kayaking and fishing (license required) on the New River and many more attractions. You'll find more information on our links page.