Due to COVID-19 this race is being put on pause until 2021.
If you are looking for a safe, fun (and legal) way to get back on the trails together, visit the Running is Not Closed trail series.
Stay safe and healthy my trail friends!
This is the toughest race in our series!! The 50k is actually a 58k, and very tough. Total mileage is 36 miles. Be prepared for the toughness of this route.
For each of the run in the series you will have two aid stations along your routes that you will hit on your “out and back” courses. These aid stations will be zero contact aid stations. Runners are not allowed under any circumstances to touch anything. You must enter the minimal aid station, open your own pack or bottle, and the volunteer will pour water or electrolyte for you while the volunteer wears gloves. This volunteer will put on a clean pair of gloves every 20 mins. There will be no food or cups. Just water, Fluid electrolyte, GU gels and GU waffles, and ice. Ice will only be touched by the volunteer using a scooper. This scooper will be replaced with a clean scooper every half hour. These aid stations will be incredibly minimal and follow all safety and sanitary rules.
The route is an out and back, and ran 100% on trails. The 58k will have two aid stations total. The 30k will have one aid station. Only 58k runners may have drop bags. You will see your drop bag at mile 18 (aid station and turn around spot).
These runs are low key grassroots events that are meant to be fun. Running in the fresh air on trails is the best medicine for all of life’s stressors, and we want to give you that gift. These races are inexpensive, and just meant to be a fun way to legally and safely get back out on the trails again together.
No Parking information available at this time.