BOLDERBoulder Summit Challenge –
benefiting those impacted by the Marshall Fire


BOLDERBoulder is partnering with Strava to bring a new “in run” segment challenge which benefits those impacted by the Marshall Fire. You can run it, walk it, jog it, just participating makes you a winner because for every person who completes the segment using the Strava app, they will donate to the Marshall Fire Fund. You must record it as a “RUN!”


What to do before race day:
Download the mobile app for iOS or Android or create an account at


Join the BOLDERBolder Summit Challenge: Once you have the App open, click on “Groups,” then “Challenges” (you can narrow them down by clicking on Run). Then look for the BOLDERBoulder Summit Challenge in the Strava Challenge Gallery. Click the JOIN button. Make sure you familiarize yourself with the Official Challenge rules!


What to expect on race day:
The easiest thing to do is use Strava to record your entire 10K via your GPS device or with the app on your phone. The Summit Challenge will be marked on the the course by orange Strava banners (the beginning and ending of the challenge, which is approximately 1 mile in distance at the course summit). Once you’ve completed the segment, save your activity and it will automatically count towards this Segment Challenge. Whether you walk it, jog it, run it or race it, all completed and recorded segments will be counted! 

You must record it as a “RUN.” 
Here’s a link to the support page on how to change an activity


How do I get my activities to show up on Strava?
Use the Strava app to “Record” and “Save” your 10K, which automatically uploads your activity – it’s simple! Check out the Getting Started Guide


If you already have a dedicated GPS device or use a different fitness platform you can sync your ​activities to your Strava account. Find out what devices and services Strava supports here.

Join the BOLDERBoulder Club on Strava too!


Download the Strava App

Look for our challenge name under Groups and Challenges in the app.

iOS or Android