Sat March 14 - Sun March 15, 2020
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One of the most photographed places in the country, Antelope Canyon is a sacred region for the Navajo people. From the spectacular Horseshoe Bend to the mesmerizing Waterholes Canyon there is something uniquely breathtaking around every turn.
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100 Mile

$350 $250 03/14 - 03/15 6:00AM MDT - 12:00PM MDT Registration Opens June 7, 2019 at 8:00am MDT
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50 Mile

$250 $200 03/14 5:45AM MDT - 8:45PM MDT SOLD OUT!
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55K

$200 $150 03/14 7:00AM MDT - 7:00PM MDT SOLD OUT!
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Half Marathon Trail Run

$150 $100 03/14 7:30AM MDT - 12:30PM MDT SOLD OUT!
$2000 fundraising commitment

100 Mile Charity Bib

$350 $0 03/14 - 03/15 6:00AM MDT - 12:00PM MDT
10 spots left. Registration Opens June 7, 2019 at 8:00am MDT
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50 Mile Charity Bib

$250 $0 03/14 5:45AM MDT - 8:45PM MDT
10 spots left.

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55K Charity Bib

$250 $0 03/14 7:00AM MDT - 7:00PM MDT
10 spots left.

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Half Marathon Trail Run Charity Bib

$150 $0 03/14 7:30AM MDT - 12:30PM MDT
10 spots left.

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Additional race information can be found at https://vacationraces.com/ultras/antelope-canyon/.

Description

This is a stunningly beautiful early season race through the spectacular Arizona desert landscape. The Antelope Canyon region is one of the most photographed places in the country and a sacred place for the Navajo people. From the spectacular Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River to the mesmerizing Waterholes Canyon there is something uniquely breathtaking around every turn. The run finishes on smooth singletrack around the plateau that the city of Page, AZ is built upon, with jaw-dropping views of Lake Powell.

Detailed Individual Course Descriptions »

Note: Most of the information here is the same as it was for the 2018 event and should remain relevant for 2019 but remains subject to change. The minor changes that you can expect to see in 2019 are:

  1. Washing machine style loops for the 100 miler
  2. A milder approach and descent up onto the Page Rim trail
  3. Lake Powell aid station will be moved to a location that eliminates the out-and-back to get there.
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