Notes/updates: Due to circumstances out of our control (the Forest Service changed their mind), we are unable to run the Kirkwood to Strawberry Ultra Trail Challenge course, including the 100 miler. The race will now start at Strawberry and offer 100K, 50M, and 50K distances. Current registered runners will be rolled over to the new course and event. We’ll update this page to reflect the new course shortly.
|Date:||August 10, 2019|
|Race Distances:||100K, 50M, 50K|
|Start Time:||6:00 AM|
About the Race
More info to come shortly.
50K – $150
50 Miler – $175
100K – $225
|Online registration: Open now on UltraSignup.|
Register by US Mail: Print a form and mail to us.
Active military receive a 15% discount. Entry fees are non-refundable unless the event is cancelled.
- 5:00 AM — Registration opens
- 5:45 AM — Trail briefing
- 6:00 AM — Start of all races
|Volunteers are needed to help with aid stations.|
Everyone who helps out gets a free future race! Plus: Groups, take over an aid station! Contact email@example.com
All runners receive a medal for finishing the race.
Results are posted here after the race.
Pacers are only allowed for the 100K distance. Pacers must be at least 18 years of age and sign a waiver form prior to participating.
More details to come.
Directions, Parking, Transportation
Here is the Google Maps link to Strawberry Lodge.
Parking is available at the Strawberry Lodge. Do Not Park In Front of the Strawberry Lodge. Please park On Strawberry Ln on either side but always allow enough room for all traffic to get through—especially any emergency vehicles.
Race Day Parking in the Strawberry Lodge Area. If you have reserved lodging at the Strawberry Lodge obviously on Saturday and Sunday you can park in front of the Lodge.
The Strawberry neighborhood is safe. We will not have any overnight security so we are not responsible for your vehicle or belongings.
Camping is available at the Lovers Leap Campground. Also in the surrounding Strawberry Lodge Area are numerous areas to camp in the woods that should be OK. No permits required but you may want to call the US Forest Service in Camino, Calif. on Eight Mile Rd to confirm.
*Please note that headphones will not be allowed on the course. This will be a disqualifier.