Gaseous elemental mercury (GEM, Hg) emissions are transformed to divalent reactive Hg (RM) forms throughout the troposphere and stratosphere. RM is often operationally quantified as the sum of particle bound Hg (PBM) and gaseous oxidized Hg (GOM). The measurement of GOM and PBM is challenging and under mounting criticism. Here we intercompare six months of automated GOM and PBM measurements using a Tekran (TK) KCl-coated denuder and quartz regenerable particulate filter method (GOMTK, PBMTK, and RMTK) with RMCEM collected on cation exchange membranes (CEMs) at the high altitude Pic du Midi Observatory. We find that RMTK is systematically lower by a factor of 1.3 than RMCEM. We observe a significant relationship between GOMTK (but not PBMTK) and Tekran flushTK blanks suggesting significant loss (36%) of labile GOMTK from the denuder or inlet. Adding the flushTK blank to RMTK results in good agreement with RMCEM (slope = 1.01, r2 = 0.90) suggesting we can correct bias in RMTK and GOMTK. We provide a bias corrected (*) Pic du Midi data set for 2012-2014 that shows GOM* and RM* levels in dry free tropospheric air of 198 ± 57 and 229 ± 58 pg m-3 which agree well with in-flight observed RM and with model based GOM and RM estimates.