B2B is an amazingly scenic point to point trail run on the southern most section of the Pacific Crest Trail in the state of Washington. The race takes runners through North West old growth, across creeks and waterfalls, through huckleberry fields, to 360 ° Vistas of the Cascade Mountains, and finally descends around the shoulder […]
Are you ready for an ultra challenge? Run the scenic mountain and valley trails between two North Carolina landmarks – Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock. Take on the 50k or 50 mile course and see how far you can push your body and mind.
This is one of the most well supported trail ultra runs […]
A trail run on the Longleaf Horse Trail in the De Soto National Forest just south of Laurel. 50 Miles, 50 Km, or 20 Km. Gently rolling pine forest, mostly single track with some double track logging roads. Packet pickup, Prerace meal, announcements, and door prizes at race headquarters Friday night. Post race meal on-site […]
The Forest Glen Preserve is a beautiful beech-maple and oak-hickory forested Nature Preserve. The race will coincide with peak fall foliage. The race is a fundraiser for the Vermilion County Conservation District Foundation and all registration fees go directly to the Foundation. The 5-mile course wanders along streams and the Vermilion River. The course is […]
50k & 20 Mile Trail Run
5m, 10m, Half-Marathon, 20m, 50k
50k and 100k race on a short track (1,5k/lap). 2 times Austrian chamapionships have been here. IAU “Silver Label” in 2010 an 2011, now “Bronze Label”
2012 new: Selection Race for the IAU World Trophy 50k final
Challenging and scenic 50K course on fire roads and trails in mountainous terrain with spectacular ocean and valley views. Fully stocked aid stations approximately every 3-6 miles. T-shirts; finisher medals; complimentary light lunch. 19th Annual. A Road Runner Club of America Championship Race.
Challenging and scenic 25K course on fire roads and trails in mountainous terrain with spectacular ocean and valley views. Fully stocked aid stations approximately every 3-6 miles. T-shirts; finisher medals; complimentary light lunch.