Course Maps/Aid Station Information

60/30 Kilometer Course Map and Profile

60K/30K Aid Station Chart


When we measure the course, we use live data from our trail marking sessions. The data you see on our maps is painstakingly close to what we actually traverse when we are out on these trails.

60K/30K Interactive Course Map

Where Will I Get Lost?

  1. Top of the First Climb: the trail you need descends to the left, after you crest the high point. The wrong trail is extremely easy to follow, and descends to the right.
  2. Top of the Second Climb: Elk like this area and may eat the ribbons. This is not uncommon.
  3. Surprise Valley: There is no trail. If you lose the trail, just keep heading uphill. The valley is not wide, and you should be able to spot other runners on the correct path. We will mark this section heavily.
  4. Betty Lake: Once you get close to the outlet of Betty Lake, the clear trail that continues going downhill is easy to follow. Take a hard right and go uphill over the saddle between Betty Lake and Goat Lake.
  5. White Mountain Climb “Hell Hill:” There are many game trails on this portion. The trails made by people have dashes cut into the trees. Animals may eat the ribbons in this area too.

Age Group Records

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