Second, it has a total elevation gain of more than 15,000 feet, probably surpassing Western States or even Angeles Crest, two of the toughest 100 mile mountain ultras in the West coast.
Third, you run & hike the entire race in 99% technical single or double track trails & fire roads. You’re constantly running up or down.
Lastly, this is mountain (or fell) running at its finest. You reach the next aid station based on your own choice of the most “cost-effective” route. There are no ribbons or markers. You navigate on your own. This is an Ultrahiker event after all.
Are you tough enough for the challenge?
-Andrew Guitarte, Founder & Race Director