Course Description

Course Description

-50M and 50K are run completely on dirt, rock and sand -100M is run on dirt, rock, and sand with 6 miles of pavement (along Colorado River) -located entirely on BLM land, nestled between Arches National Park and Canyonlands -3 well-marked trail courses: single loop trail routes for 100M & 50M, out-and-back trail route     for 50K -scenery/geological features include spires, arches, towering monuments, slickrock, sand     dunes, river, and a view of the beautiful Rocky Mountains in the distance    -secluded, less toured area -several spots along the trails that are easily accessible by car for family and friends to take     photos and cheer runners on or crew for a runner -aid stations located approximately every 11 miles for 100M & 50M, every 8 miles for 50K;     more aid stations may be added as volunteer base expands (when more aid stations     are added, the change will be reflected on the website); unmanned water stations will be     located between aid stations -aid stations will be supplied with Hammer products including: Heed, Hammer Gel,     Endurolytes, and Perpetuem -pacers allowed at ~50 miles for 100 mile run -drop bags will be allowed at aid stations
Price
Slickrock 100 Mile Single Loop Before August 1, 2011 = $150 After August 1, 2011 = $175 30 hour finish line cut off Slickrock 50 Mile Single Loop Before August 1, 2011 = $85 After August 1, 2011 = $110 Last Aid Station at Mile 40 (13 hour cut off at this station) 16 hour finish line cut off The Upgrade: You can sign up for the 50M race and upgrade to the 100M before August 1st -Sign up for the 50M ($85) and pay a $75 upgrade price for a total of $160 for the 100M -Signing up for the 50M guarantees a hold for your place in the 100M if you choose to upgrade
Slickrock 50K Out & Back Before August 1, 2011 = $55 After August 1, 2011 = $65 Last Aid Station at Mile 23 (5 hour cut off at this station)  8 hour finish line cut off
After registration, participants will recieve detailed directions to Jug Rock start (~15 miles NW of Moab) location in packet

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