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Joining Pam Clark, second from left, after a Jerome Hill Climb more than two decades ago is Jim Bostwick, left, long-time Mingus cross-country and track coach and winner of the Jerome Hill Climb, and long-time local runner Romano Scaturro, right, his wife Patrice and their child Guilianno after one of the 29 races that Clark has run.

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Verde Valley resident takes on Jerome Hill Climb for 30th year

Some people run up the four mile hill, some people walk up it, and you may even see some people crawling up the hill during the Jerome Hill Climb on Sunday. The race consists of a challenging course that starts at the Jerome Historical Museum and runs through the Jerome streets until it continues onto a dirt road past the Gold King Mine ending with a gorgeous view of Sedona.

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Verde Valley resident takes on Jerome Hill Climb for 30th year

Some people run up the four mile hill, some people walk up it, and you may even see some people crawling up the hill during the Jerome Hill Climb on Sunday. The race consists of a challenging course that starts at the Jerome Historical Museum and runs through the Jerome streets until it continues onto a dirt road past the Gold King Mine ending with a gorgeous view of Sedona.