Enjoy 240 miles of beautiful terrain as you travel through desert, canyons, slick rock, and two mountain ranges — all while surrounded by Canyonlands and Arches National Park.
28,893′ of ascent, total elevation change 57,756′
238.2 miles, begins and ends in Moab, Utah
Just one huge single loop, with no repetition. Fully marked course with reflective ribbons and signs
4 Sleep Stations with full aid, hot food, medical, and crew access
14 full aid stations with hot food, medical, and more
Starts and ends at Moab Valley RV Resort: Sun Outdoors Arches Gateway, 1773 N Hwy 191, Moab, UT 84532
In tradition with true grassroots-style events, you are only allowed to use what you bring with you or what you can find along the route.
50k, 25k, or 10k!
Land Ho was added for our many pirate friends that prefer to explore the Gravel Seas by foot instead of by bike.
Almost 100% gravel and dirt roads, this will be an adventure like no other. Fully self-supported like our other events, runners will navigate the Nebraska gravel seas with aide stations provided by the Gravel Worlds crew.
50k (31~miles) 2,000~ Ft of Elevation
25k (~16 miles) 1,000 Ft of Elevation
10k (~6 miles) 400 Ft of Elevation
Choose between two stage race distances or build your own event by selecting your preferred distance each day. Achieve your goals at the Golden Ultra. Whether you’re aiming for your first 13 km, vertical challenge, half marathon, or ultra-marathon, we’ve got all the options on beautiful trails right from the Town of Golden.
Hosted over 3 days, the Golden Ultra incorporates two stage races (Half Pint & Full Pint) and their component days into one big mountain trail running festival. Runners can choose between either stage race and any of the individual single-day distances.
The “Full Pint” consists of a vertical kilometer, a 60 km ultra, and a 22kms Half Marathon on the final day (Sunday). We have named this race the “Blood, Sweat, Tears”
The “Half Pint” consists of a 3km hill climb, a 30 km second day, and a nice “easy” 13 km to finish off your weekend on dirt. We call this the “Climb, Conquer, Cruise”
KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge is a two-day fun-fest that includes mountain biking and trail running. No, it’s not a duathlon. KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge is so much more than that! Where duathlons combine the two events into one day, KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge gives you a full day for each event.
If you only want to do the mountain biking on Saturday or just the trail running on Sunday, you can! There are shorter courses and longer courses, and for you competitive masochists that both bike and trail run, you can participate both days for maximum pleasure. Bring your A-game to the full donkey and you just might qualify for The Iron Donkey Award. Really… who wouldn’t want to be an Iron Donkey?
Official KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge Souvenir Tee
Fully stocked food and refreshment table in the transition area
Well marked routes
Junior Mixed Gender, Ages 12-15
40+ Men (age 40 or older as of Race Start)
40+ Women (age 40 or older as of Race Start)
This course runs through the beautiful Medicine Bow National Forest. It is a scenic hilly out-and-back course beginning at 8,700 feet and dropping to 8,000 feet at the 35k turnaround. The races are on mostly dirt and gravel roads (100% for the Half and 77% for the Marathon). The weather can vary with temperatures ranging between 40-60 degrees Fahrenheit. The course closes at 4:00 pm. Note: All clothing and personal items left on the course or at the finish will be donated to charity.
The 5k course is run on a trail, weather permitting. In the event of inclement weather, the 5k will be run on the regular road.
This is considered one of the most beautiful marathons in Wyoming.
The MS50 is held the first Saturday in March each year on the Longleaf Horse Trails in the DeSoto National Forest just south of Laurel, MS.
The race was moved from Leland, MS to its current location in 1996 by Carl Touchstone, a local dentist and accomplished ultra runner.
The Prevea Health Run Away to the Bay is traditionally a 55-mile relay race. We will be celebrating 11 years of running away to the bay on April 15, 2023!
Starting on the shores of Lake Winnebago in Menomonee Park in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, runners will head north along the lake towards the Fox Cities before crossing the countryside of Calumet County and finally entering the Fox River Trail just north of Forest Junction. Runners will stay on the trail until reaching the waterfront finish line on The City Deck, in Downtown Green Bay.
We invite you to join us in our 11th year of Run Away To The Bay!
150 miles doesn’t come easy. It’s challenging. It’s tough. But you’re tough too. The Buck Fifty will build a lifetime bond with your teammates and will show you just how strong you really are. With beautiful views running through 3 state parks this is a race you’ll never forget.Hardrock 100 is an ultramarathon race that takes place in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. The race – approximately 102 miles long – has 33,197 feet of climb and 33,197 feet of descent for a total elevation change of over 66,300 feet. The average elevation is over 11,100 feet. It is not for the weak. The race was first held in 1992 and has been held annually (except for a few years due to snow, fire, and Covid) since then. The race starts and ends in the town of Silverton, Colorado, and includes several major climbs, including Handies Peak (14,048 feet), Engineer Mountain (13,860 feet), and Mount Sneffels (14,150 feet). The race is known for its scenic beauty as well as its difficulty. Runners follow a course that is a giant loop and either go clockwise or counter-clockwise each year, depending on the race director’s choice. It is considered to be one of the most challenging ultramarathon races in the world due to its high altitude and rugged terrain. You’ll have to wade knee-deep in ice-cold streams, cross snowfields, climb rocky areas that require the use of your hands, and may be caught above the treeline in extreme thunderstorms. Oh, and due to the high altitude, you may battle altitude sickness and possibly edema. Sound fun? The race is limited to only 146 runners each year and entry is determined by a lottery of over 2000 applicants. The cut-off time is 48 hours with about 25% of all starters being unable to complete the race. If you are an ultrarunner looking for a challenge, then this is one race you must consider adding to your bucket list.
Running from the rim of the Grand Canyon to the summit of the Grand Staircase you will discover new strengths and lifelong friends running in the remotest part of America.
The Grand to Grand Ultra course covers approx 171 miles (275 km) spread over 6 stages in 7 days.
Participants will encounter a mix of desert and other terrains including hard-packed sand, soft sand, sand dunes, forest trails, red rock climbs, rocky roads, and slot canyons. The starting line is situated at a remote location on the north rim of the Grand Canyon with breathtaking vistas at an altitude of 5344 feet (1629 meters). Campsite 1, which is your campsite on the evening before the start of the race, is close by.
The finish line is on the summit of the Pink Cliffs of the Grand Staircase and provides participants with a rewarding view back over the course that you will have just completed. From an altitude of 8698 feet (2651 meters), look back over the cliffs and enjoy the most amazing panoramic landscape of your journey framed by hoodoos and two billion-year-old rock formations
Throughout the course, you will trek by geological mesas, buttes, and cliffs and enter into a series of unique canyons, hollows, and valleys. Part of the long stage will have you cross the majestic coral-pink sand dunes. One special highlight is when the course takes you into an isolated slot canyon. Keep an eye out for wildlife and flora along the route including the endangered California Condors, big horn sheep, mule deer, and unique cacti.
Be prepared for a unique experience that few people on earth will ever see, never mind hike and run through.