Tour 100M

Tour 100M

Jug Rock to the Lost World:  Mile 0-5  Your race starts at the Jug Rock camping area

You will begin your race on an ATV trail called Dubinky Wash

This section is soft dirt and sand for 3-4 miles

You will then turn onto Dubinky dirt road which heads toward Coffin Rock

There will be an unmanned water station at this point

 

The Lost World:   Mile 5-8

In this section you will be running on a shelf rock at the bottom of a large monument

This section is a mixture of slickrock and sand

At the end of this section you will reach your first aid station

 

 

Ten Mile Canyon Area:  Mile 8-11

In this section you will again be running on areas of sand and rock

At the end of this section you will be coming to Ten mile Canyon and an unmanned water station

 

50K Turn around Section:  Mile 11-15.6

This section  heads to a dirt road

The dirt road is where there will be a full service aid station and the 50 K runners will turn around  Look for the interesting rock formations in the north  100 Milers will continue through to the next section

 

Crystal Geyser  Mile 15.6 -20 This section is mostly Jeep trails passing between strange rock formations and canyons At the end of this section there will be an unmanned water station

 

Sand Dunes

Mile 20-27

This section is almost completely sand dunes; this area is like the Sahara Desert

There will be a full service aid station at the end of this section

Dees Pass

Mile 27-32

This section contains a lot of single track going over Dees Pass; this area is mostly dirt and has some          interesting rock formations There is an unmanned water station at the end of this section

 

Blue Hills

Mile 32-39

This area is known as the Blue Hills; this is a lunar landscape with meandering singletrack

The end of this section is on Blue Hills Road, which can be accessed with 2 wheel drive for spectators

 

 

 

 

Tusher Canyon

 

Mile 39-43

This section is fairly wide open and flat, with dirt and rock Jeep roads

There will be an unmanned water station at the end

 

Wipe Out Trail

Mile 43-51

This is one of the most viually stunning areas of the course

The trails used will be Tusher Canyon and Wipe Out Trail

There will be a lot of slickrock to run in this section and monuments to view

At the end of this section will be the pacer pick-up and drop bag access There will also be a mandatory medical check for 100 milers

 

Gemini Bridges  Mile 51-60

This section starts with a fairly flat dirt area that goes onto Gemini Bridges Trail

This area will be dirt and rock and has some fantastic views to the south

There will be an unmaned water station at the end

Golden Spike

Mile 60-65

You will be going onto Gold Bar Trail on this section and to Golden Spike

There will be a lot of rocks to climb in this area

There will be a full service aid station at the end

 

Poison Spider Mesa

Mile 65-74

This will be a difficult climb up rocks on Golden Spike

This will top out on Poison Spider Mesa for an incredible full moon view overlooking the canyon below

 

As you crest the mesa, you will see the Colorado River and a beautiful view of the canyon

There will be an unmanned water station at the end

 

Potash Road

Mile 74-77

This section is called Potash Road; you will be running on a paved road at this point, but the gorgeous views          of the Colorado River and the surrounding canyon will sooth your desire to get your feet back on          the soft sand and dirt        There will be an aid station at the end of this section

Colorado River

Mile 77-82

You will be coming off of Potash Road and into Long Canyon; it is a 4WD road with amazing views

There will be an unmanned water station at the end.

 

Long Canyon

Mile 82-89

This will be by far the most difficult climb of the course

You will be climbing 2000 ft in just a few miles!

This canyon is often referred to as the “Alice in Wonderland Canyon” as the canyon walls seemingly close          in on you at Pucker Pass

There will be a full service aid station at the end of this section

 

 

Final Stretch

Mile 89-100

It is all downhill from here, with views of the canyons below and one final unmanned water station at Mile 95 You will see the finish line in the distance as you race towards your victory!

 

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