Tallahassee Ultra Distance Classic & 50 Mile, 50KWakulla Springs, FL USADecember 10, 2022
PLEASE NOTE: Registration will close at 11:59 p.m., on December 5th. The Tallahassee Ultra Distance Classic is a road race being held for the 41st year at beautiful Wakulla Springs State Park situated just 15 miles south of Tallahassee, Florida’s capital city. A throwback to “the old Florida,” Wakulla Springs State Park is home to the world’s largest freshwater spring and the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge. This park was also the site of the filming of a number of Tarzan movies and The Creature From the Black Lagoon. We offer 50k & 50 mile distances as well as a USATF certified marathon distance, which will be eligible as a Boston Qualifying race. The TUDC will continue to unite some of America’s fastest ul
The Silver Falls Marathon is challenging, but quite possibly the most amazing and beautiful course on the west coast. Features significant elevation gain with mud, rocks, a creek crossing and lots of hills
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The Tecumseh Trail Challenge course provides a demanding route in Morgan-Monroe and Yellowwood State Forests, during the beautiful autumn colors of South-central Indiana.
Name: Nashville Ultra 50K RUCKDate: Oct 21, 2023, 7:00 AMEvents/distances: 50KLocation: Nashville Ultra - October 21, 2023 (ultrasignup.com)Course
The course is paved trails and bike trails that are part of the downtown Nashville Greenways system. There are a couple of points in the downtown section where runners will cross roads with live traffic. There are volunteers at each road crossing to inform you of when it is safe to cross. Traffic is minimal on a Saturday. Check out photos and maps of the greenways at www.nashville/gov/greenways/. Look for Stones Rivers Greenway, Shelby Bottoms Greenway and MetroCenter Levee Greenway.
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The races take place on the Bob Trail at Trap Pond State Park in Laurel, DE. The Trap Pond State Park is located at 33587 Baldcypress Lane, Laurel, DE 19956. The races start on the trail from different locations (please see race start locations on the map in the Parking section below) near the Bald Cypress Nature Center. All four races finish at the same location also near the Nature Center.
This is the original Skyline to the Sea Trail Run. The trail begins at Saratoga Gap, near Castle Rock State Park and descends from the Santa Cruz Mountains to the deep blue Pacific Ocean. Along the way you will encounter amazing views of the Monterey Bay, coastal and redwood forests, lush ferns, chaparral, exquisite sandstone formations, crystal clear waterfalls and the beauty of California wildflowers. This gorgeous venue is not to be missed.
Red Feather Trail JamboreeDate: Sep 22, 2023, 6:00 AMEvents/distances: 95K, 50mi, 50K, 13.6miLocation: 2331 County Rd 68C, Red Feather Lakes, CO 80545 Weekend Events
Friday: 50kmSaturday: 50 MileSunday: Half Marathon
Welcome to the Red Feather Trail Jamboree, a three-day trail running weekend put on by trail runners for trail runners.Come enjoy the clean air and wild spaces of the Red Feather Lakes region in Northern Colorado! Take advantage of the opportunity to explore some new trails on the private land of the Ben Delatour Scout Camp and surrounding National Forest. These courses are especially designed to challenge you yet still be beginner friendly. With miles through moose-heavy forest and fields, streams and rocks, these race routes have something for everyone.Facilities include campgro
One of the top trail 50 Mile Ultra, Marathon and Half Marathon’s in the country. Runners from 30+ states run each year in beautiful Northern Michigan.
Kirkwood’s UltrasDate: Aug 5, 2023, 6:30 AMEvents/distances: 100K, 46mi, 50K, MarathonLocation: Red Cliffs Day Lodge, 1501 Kirkwood Meadows Drive, Kirkwood, CA 95646 Contact name: Troy LimbContact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
T-shirts will be given to all pre-registered runners. All finishers will receive a custom medal and 50 Km finishers will also receive a custom coaster.
The top 3 male and female overall winners of every distance will win an award and race credits to future Coastal races:
You signed up to do this, what were ya thinkin’? Seriously, I’m proud of ya already! You are the the non wimps, those towin’ the line at DWD DEVIL’S LAKE!
We’ve been a polishin’ the course up and y’all is in for a dandy good time! Course info is up on the web site now. It might not make much sense to ya but not to worry, when we say go, just follow ribbons till ya finish!
2:30 PM – 7:30 PM we’ll be serving up fine local fare! So, you 10K, half marathon, marathon and fast 50K folks can finish, go freshen’ up, then join us for post race food and fun. 50 milers will finish right into the party!
Kendall Mountain Marathon & Half-Marathon is an awesome run. The course follows the Kendall Mountain jeep roads to within a 250-foot scramble to the summit. Ascend from 9,318 feet to 13,066 feet atop Kendall Mountain; Descent follows same course. �gK2�� Double runners will pass through Memorial Park before heading back up for their second trip up the mountain.
The perfect midsummer road trip trail run! Just north of Madison lies Devil’s Lake, an area of amazing geological, ice age creation, the perfect backdrop for an adventure run that includes “The most dramatic aid station location in the world!”
Alpine LoopSilverton, Colorado50 Kilometer and Marathon (~26.7 Mile) loop in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. The course follows the “Alpine Loop” jeep roads past the ghost mining towns of Howardsville, Eureka, Animas Forks and Gladstone. High point is California Pass at 12,930 feet! The 8 mile out and back race will take you to Howardsville for a taste of the Alpine Loop.
Online Registration for the 2023 event closes on Monday, July 3th at Midnight.
The half marathon course is a scenic, hilly loop, mainly on dirt fire roads. The ridge-line views look down upon scenic Lake Chabot, surrounding grassy slopes, and eucalyptus groves. Mt. Diablo and San Francisco Bay are visible along the route. There will not be any support or water stations, so we recommend bringing your own hydration. The 10K loop is what we like to call figure 8. You will have one little loop of the Ten Hills Trail then into a bigger loop on East Shore Trail along the beautiful lake. The 5k (3.1 miles) course is an out and back that has gentle rolling hills and consists mostly of paved surfaces.
New this year, the New River Gorge 50k! Travelling the same course as the Half Marathon, the 50k also has a scenic out and back along the rim of the gorge. With nearly 6,000 ft. of elevation gain and loss on single track trails, the 50k is a course that will push you…but the views will be worth it. The rhododendron tunnels, high passages along the rim, breathtaking vistas, and historic forests perfectly represent West Virginia as Wild and Wonderful!
Explore the National Park Trail System with this challenging yet scenic course. The trail surface consists primarily of dirt and gravel. Take in stunning views of the New River Gorge Bridge on Dalton Trail and gaze at the gorge below while running over Kaymoor Top!
Mt Umunhum UltrasDate: Jun 10, 2023, 5:00 AMEvents/distances: 52mi, 50K, Marathon, 30KLocation: 19535 Mockingbird Hill Lane, San Jose, CA 9512 Contact name: Troy LimbContact email: email@example.com
For those of you unfamiliar with Brown County, Indiana, the terrain will bring you shock and awe! Vicious 600’ ridges, breathtaking natural beauty and wicked trails abound. Gnaw Bone is about one mile out of Nashville, IN, an artisan community with over 200 galleries. A picture postcard of a town and definitely worth a visit, just 3 miles from the race start.
All entries include a custom technical gender specific fit t-shirt and finisher medal (Finisher medal will be a handmade laser cut steel)! Overall awards to first male and female in all distances. Age group awards 3 deep in all 5 year age groups for all events!
Home of the the world’s most difficult 10K. Expect double your road time and triple the effort!
Note: The other race distances, 5K, 13.1M, 26.2M, 50K, and 50M are … We might say, &l
All races start at Horseshoe Meadows Road and include plenty of up and down and a few creek crossings. The first third of the course runs mostly uphill on fairly steep jeep roads and trails contouring below the mighty Sierra Nevada Mountains, including Mt. Whitney. 50 mile and 50k runners have additional climbs to the Tuttle Creek Trailhead and along Hogback Creek. A steady 9-mile descent on a wide graded dirt road leads to the north end of the famed Alabama Hills. Winding and rolling Movie Flat Road takes runners southbound through this unique geological formation of huge rounded oblong rocks. The marathoners and 50k runners split at roughly mile 22 and 28 respectively from the 50-mile course and head downhill to the finish in Lone Pin
New for 2022, we are pleased to welcome Ian and Emily Torrence of Flagstaff Running LLC – race directors of the Flagstaff to Grand Canyon Stagecoach Line 100-Mile ultra and many other iconic events – as the race directors of our event.
As is the case every year, our team of super experienced, super supportive volunteers from the Lone Pine Community, along with Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce Staff and Board Members, will be out in force to support the runners. Also supporting the event is Chris Kostman of the Badwater races. If you or your family or friends would like to volunteer at the race, please contact us!
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Dust Bowl Phenomenon
he Dust Bowl was a period of severe dust storms that greatly damaged the ecology and agriculture of the American and Canadian prairies during the 1930s; severe drought and a failure to apply dryland farming methods to prevent the aeolian processes caused the phenomenon. The drought came in three waves, 1934, 1936, and 1939–1940, but some regions of the High Plains experienced drought conditions for as many as eight years.
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All races start on Saturday. Sunday 13.1M, 26.2M and 50K start at 8am
100 Mile - 9:00a
100 Kilometer - 9:15a
50 Mile - 9:30a
50 Kilometer - 9:45a
Marathon - 10:00a
Half Marathon - 10:15a
All races must be completed by Sunday at 3:00pm. You will need to leave on your last 5 mile loop by 12:00pm on Sunday.
Marathon: 7am Start time
The Marathon runs along the paved Lovell Canyon Road for roughly 11 miles twisting and turning covering rolling and gradually uphill terrain. At mile 11 marathoners will turn around and run 2.1 miles out and back along the same paved road, before returning to this same aid station. You will turn around again and return the 11 paved miles back to the finish line. The course is very easy to follow and will be well marked. 8 hour time cut
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Crazy Desert Trail RaceDate: Mar 4, 2023, 6:00 AMEvents/distances: Crazy Desert Trail RaceCrazy Crazy Desert Trail RaceDate: Mar 4, 2023, 6:00 AMEvents/distances: 100K, 50K, 25K, 10KLocation: 3900-2 Mercedes Road, San Angelo, TX 76901Contact name: Dennis HallContact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for a long distance trail run that’s not too taxing, the paths and gently rolling hills of McDowell Mountain Regional Park are perfect. Aid stations are about 5 miles apart, so bring a water bottle. Eight hour time limit.
BOSTON QUALIFIER!!! Ozark Mountain Ridge Runners is not for profit organization run by runners for runners.The Frisco Railroad Run is hosted by OMRR and local area sponsors. Have a question? Have a suggestion? Need more information? We are happy to help. Email us at OMRRClub@gmail.com and we will be happy to assist you!
Our event is LIVE and In person however, if you desire a virtual option, we have that for you as well. You will receive the shirt and medal mailed to you after the event.
CourseAll races are on the Frisco Highline Trail, ALL distances are USATF certified - Marathon is a Boston Qualifier!
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Run around a beautiful 5 mile loop at the Greenway Park Trails during the week between Christmas and New Years!
While the weather has proven to be unpredictable, it does average between 50 to 80 degrees. There will be two aid stations set up, one at the start/finish line and one halfway through the park at the turnaround.
For the ninth year in a row, Savage Racing will be hosting the 12th Savage Seven Challenge in Ocala, Florida! It is the perfect way to finish off the year with 7 Marathons, Half Marathons or 50K race. For the 2021-2022 Challenge, we will start the SEVEN day challenge on December 27, 2021 and end on January 2, 2022. We will also be hosting a race on December 26, 2021 called “The Ghost of Savage Seven.”
The Dallas Marathon is a nonprofit organization with a focus on promoting health and physical fitness through running events and related activities. Established in 1971, the history of the organization encompasses tremendous growth and produces what has become Dallas’ largest and Texas’ longest running marathon, the BMW Dallas Marathon, as well as several other weekend event options including a Half Marathon, 50K Ultra Marathon, 2-person half marathon relay, 5-person marathon relay, 10K, 5K, the Friday Night Lights Mile and various Kids Races.
Running the marathon in Dallas highlights the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods, entertainment districts and iconic Dallas landmarks. Tens of thousands of spectators join in BMW Dallas Marathon Day – the second Sunday of December – lining the streets and neighborhoods to cheer on participants in a race that i
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to run Raleigh’s Hometown Race! The 15th annual Pendo City of Oaks Marathon is returning on November 7, 2021 with a distance for everyone. Tour the City of Oaks on foot and enjoy a post-race party.
Recognized for impeccable organization on a scenic course managed by the US Marines in Arlington, VA and the nation’s capital, the Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the US and the world. Known as ‘the best marathon for beginners,’ the MCM is the largest marathon in the world that doesn’t offer prize money, earning its nickname, “The People’s Marathon.”
Tackle the Potowatami & Crooked Lake Trails with us as we celebrate 35 years of trail! The course is neither flat nor fast, but it is a beautiful loop with constant hills through Michigan’s Pinckney Recreation Area. A Michigan Recreation Passport is required for entry into the park. A portion of each entry fee will be donated to the John Rogucki Memorial Fund.
Brought to you by Trail Run Events ~ Awesome races in beautiful places ~ Run through the mountains and canyons of Rocky Peak, famous as a movie ranch and outdoor location shooting for movies and television productions such as Star Trek, Fort Apache, The Lone Ranger and The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. This race has stunning mountain and ocean views and challenging climbs… an ultra runners dream!
Jangover Night Runs 75K, 50K, 25K, 15K, 7K trail run
September 25, 202175K | 50K | 25K | 15K | 7KMcDowell Mountain Regional ParkFountain Hills, AZCome experience the beauty of McDowell Mountain Regional Park on an array of fun and fast courses at the Javelina Jangover Night Runs. The 25K, 50K, and 75K take runners on the entire Pemberton Trail that the Javelina Jundred in October uses as well.
This race is part of the 2021 Insomniac Night Trail Run Series with events all across the state of Arizona. Join us and “Carpe Noctem” to “seize the night”!
This course gives 26.2 runners some of the most scenic wilderness views anywhere! For the marathoner looking to ditch the pavement and get a trail run fix without taking off their beloved road running shoes, Priest Lake gives all the scenery of a trail race with lush cedar forests, lakeshore running, and big mountain views, but on compacted dirt forest road. Enjoy the scenery and focus on your run, not technical trail. Priest Lake has become a destination run for marathoners across the nation looking for an Idaho marathon to make their 50 state goal. An annual favorite for our Marathon Maniac friends!
Commencing at an elevation of roughly 4500 feet, runners will experience high desert vegetation to include Joshua Trees, Pinion-Juniper, Mountain Rose, Sagebrush, and a relatively lush Toiyabe National Forest not commonly associated with Las Vegas. The road twists and turns thru the canyon; a true treasure of the Spring Mountains N.R.A. enjoying temperatures ~10 degrees cooler than the Las Vegas Valley, under the late summer nighttime sky.
Spectators are an important part of any race- they give you that boost of energy when you need it most, encourage you when you’re feeling low, and can pep you up to fly into the finish line! Calico Racing wants you and your spectators to have a fun and safe experience.
There are two different half marathon races. The Half Marathon (& 10 Km) on Saturday starts in Susanville and goes out and back using only the last quarter of the full marathon route. The Express Half Marathon on Sunday does the second half of the full marathon. You will be bused to a remote start.
General DWD Course Information: The footing (What footing?) is rocky, muddy (a few river crossings) and loose in places. The trail is not maintained (non-existent) in some areas. We love this stuff and hope you do too.
Is the trail as tough as advertised? Yes and No. It’s no run down a nature trail (but at times it is just that), you will get wet and muddy. You won’t get swept down stream in any whitewater. Some big hills but no supplemental oxygen is needed. Our descriptions are a disclaimer. All in all, a great run in a beautiful environment…with stupid spots.
By the way….when you’re out on the trail and you see