Event: 100 Mile
On this 100 Mile course, you will experience two of the most photographed land features in the country - Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. After traversing the desert sand and slick rock to reach these unbelievable features, the run finishes out with 6 laps on smooth single track around the plateau that the city of Page, AZ is built upon, with jaw-dropping views of Lake Powell.

Runners start with a 5-mile desert traverse on a sandy doubletrack with a little slick rock and a slot canyon mixed in.

Near mile 4, runners will drop into the first slot canyon of the day, at the bottom of which is Antelope Aid Station.

After the aid station, you'll enter a large, very sandy open wash, which you will follow south for about 3 miles to the entrance to the incomparable Upper Antelope Canyon. (This is one of the most photographed slot canyons in the world.)

Navajo guides may be posted along the route, as travel on tribal lands typically requires their presence in order to visit the sacred sites. After passing through the slot canyon, runners will climb over a sand dune and pass through another small slot canyon on the return (since the canyon isn’t wide enough for two-way traffic.) You’ll return to the Antelope Aid station for the second time, then retrace your footsteps back towards the starting line for about 3.5 miles, where you’ll split off from the way you came and head west toward the Horseshoe Bend/Waterholes Canyon leg. Slickrock Aid will be about a mile into the desert after crossing S. Coppermine Rd. The trail to Slickrock Aid is very soft sand. You can expect sand for about the first 12 miles.

From there, runners will traverse another open desert for about 3 miles before reaching the famous Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. An aid station will be set up near the parking lot of this spectacular overlook (Horseshoe Bend Aid).

The next section weaves through slick rock along the rim of the Colorado River, in an area that few humans have traveled which offers views that are beyond words. This section can be very challenging to keep a steady pace due to the constant elevation changes, slick rock, and sand that you will be running through. It does however offer some amazing vantage points of the Colorado River. You might struggle to want to put your camera away.

After crossing back over Hwy 89, runners will fuel up at the Waterholes Aid station before dropping into another gorgeous slot canyon. The aid station is located near the bridge).

After about a mile in the slot, runners will exit and head back towards the city of Page on a long, exposed, and sandy desert traverse which takes you through the Horseshoe Bend and Slickrock aid stations for a second time.

Upon entering Page and climbing up onto the plateau which the city is built upon, the route ties into the smooth singletrack of the Page Rim Trail that you will run 6 times, "washing machine style"(i.e., clockwise, counterclockwise, repeat). The latter 50 miles are locked in on the smooth ten-mile loops of the Page Rim Trail where you'll have aid stations every 5 miles that you'll make repeat visits to. This is a fast and very runnable ten-mile loop with 4 road crossings and spectacular views of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.

The accessibility of this loop trail makes it logistically perfect to plan and prepare for the long night ahead with your drop bags, and for your crew and pacers to support you. And since the Page Rim trail circumnavigates the city of Page, your crew will never be more than a few minutes away from their hotel room or campsite, so you won't have to worry about their comfort.
Price: $360 $270.00 Race Fee
Registration: Price increases to $320.00 after July 31, 2022 at 11:59pm MDT
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Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT July 31, 2022, 11:59pm MDT $360 $270.00 Race Fee
August 1, 2022, 12:00am MDT November 6, 2022, 11:59pm MST $360 $320.00 Race Fee
November 7, 2022, 12:00am MST March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $370.00 Race Fee
Event: 50 Mile
On this 50 Mile course, you will experience two of the most photographed land features in the country- Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. After traversing the desert sand and slick rock to reach these unbelievable features, the run finishes out with a single loop on smooth single track around the plateau that the city of Page, AZ is built upon, with jaw-dropping views of Lake Powell.

Runners start with a 5-mile desert traverse on a sandy doubletrack with a little slick rock and a slot canyon mixed in.

Near mile 4, runners will drop into the first slot canyon of the day, at the bottom of which is Antelope Aid Station.

After the aid station, you'll enter a large, very sandy open wash, which you will follow south for about 3 miles to the entrance to the incomparable Upper Antelope Canyon. (This is one of the most photographed slot canyons in the world).

Navajo guides may be posted along the route, as travel on tribal lands typically requires their presence in order to visit the sacred sites. After passing through the slot canyon, runners will climb over a sand dune and pass through another small slot canyon on the return (since the canyon isn’t wide enough for two-way traffic). You’ll return to the Antelope Aid station for the second time, then retrace your footsteps back towards the starting line for about 3.5 miles, where you’ll split off from the way you came and head west toward the Horseshoe Bend/Waterholes Canyon leg. Slickrock Aid will be about a mile into the desert after crossing S. Coppermine Rd. The trail to Slickrock Aid is very soft sand.

From there, runners will traverse another open desert for about 3 miles before reaching the famous Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. An aid station will be set up near the parking lot of this spectacular overlook (Horseshoe Bend Aid).

The next section weaves through slick rock along the rim of the Colorado River, in an area that few humans have traveled which offers views that are beyond words. This section can be very challenging to keep a steady pace due to the constant elevation changes, slick rock, and sand that you will be running through. It does however offer some amazing vantage points of the Colorado River. You might struggle to want to put your camera away.

After crossing back over Hwy 89, runners will fuel up at the Waterholes Aid station before dropping into another gorgeous slot canyon. The aid station is located near the bridge.)

After about a mile in the slot, runners will exit and head back towards the city of Page on a long, exposed, and sandy desert traverse which takes you through the Horseshoe Bend and Slickrock aid stations for a second time. Upon entering Page and climbing up onto the plateau which the city is built upon, the route ties into the smooth singletrack of the Page Rim Trail. This is a fast and very runnable ten-mile loop with 4 road crossings and spectacular views of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.
Price: $265 $230.00 Race Fee
Registration: Price increases to $255.00 after July 31, 2022 at 11:59pm MDT
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Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT July 31, 2022, 11:59pm MDT $265 $230.00 Race Fee
August 1, 2022, 12:00am MDT November 6, 2022, 11:59pm MST $265 $255.00 Race Fee
November 7, 2022, 12:00am MST March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $280.00 Race Fee
Event: 55K
On this 55K course, you will experience one of the most photographed land features in the country, Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. After traversing the desert sand and slick rock to reach these unbelievable features, the run finishes out with a single loop on smooth single track around the plateau that the city of Page, AZ is built upon with jaw-dropping views of Lake Powell.

Runners will head directly to Slickrock Aid station which is about 2 miles into the race. The trail to Slickrock Aid is very soft sand. From there, runners will traverse the open desert for about 3 miles before reaching the famous Horseshoe Bend of the Colorado River. An aid station will be set up near the parking lot of this spectacular overlook (Horseshoe Bend Aid).

The next section weaves through slickrock along the rim of the Colorado River, in an area that few humans have traveled which offers views that are beyond words. This section can be very challenging to keep a steady pace due to the constant elevation changes, slickrock, and sand that you will be running through. It does however offer some amazing vantage points of the Colorado River. You might struggle to want to put your camera away.

After crossing back over Hwy 89, runners will fuel up at the Waterholes Aid station before dropping into gorgeous Waterholes Slot Canyon, a favorite of most runners in past years.

After about a mile in the slot, runners will exit and head back towards the city of Page on a long, exposed, and sandy desert traverse which takes you through the Horseshoe Bend and Slickrock aid stations for a second time. Upon entering Page and climbing up onto the plateau which the city is built upon, the route ties into the smooth singletrack of the Page Rim trail. This is a fast and very runnable ten-mile loop with 4 road crossings and spectacular views of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam.
Registration Limit: 46 spots left.
Price: $215 $180.00 Race Fee
Registration: Price increases to $205.00 after July 31, 2022 at 11:59pm MDT
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May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT July 31, 2022, 11:59pm MDT $215 $180.00 Race Fee
August 1, 2022, 12:00am MDT November 6, 2022, 11:59pm MST $215 $205.00 Race Fee
November 7, 2022, 12:00am MST March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $220.00 Race Fee
Event: Half Marathon
The Trail Half Marathon runs around the slick rock formation that the starting line is next to, then links up onto the Page Rim Trail which the city of Page is built upon. The runners will complete a single loop. The Page Rim Trail is smooth singletrack. This is a fast and very runnable ten-mile loop with 4 road crossings and spectacular views of Lake Powell and Glen Canyon Dam. It then returns to the starting line via the more direct route that the other race distances will use to get up onto the mesa.

*Note - the half marathon distance does not run through slot canyons. We recommend booking a tour before or after the race.
Price: $160 $115.00 Race Fee
Registration: Price increases to $140.00 after July 31, 2022 at 11:59pm MDT
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May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT July 31, 2022, 11:59pm MDT $160 $115.00 Race Fee
August 1, 2022, 12:00am MDT November 6, 2022, 11:59pm MST $160 $140.00 Race Fee
November 7, 2022, 12:00am MST March 11, 2023, 6:00pm MST $165.00 Race Fee
Event: 100 Mile Charity Bib
Accomplish more with a charity bib for this event! Engage your friends and family to raise a minimum of $2,000 in support of a nonprofit of your choice and your registration fee is waived.

New this year, YOU choose whether the funds you raise go to support one of the WP community partners or an organization that matters to you when you sign up for a charity bib.

Please understand that by signing up for a charity bib, you are making a serious commitment to raise the amount you agreed to. If you are not able to meet the minimum fundraising amount by the week of the race, you will be required to pay the difference. All donations are final.
Registration Limit: 20 spots left.
Price: $360 $0.00 Race Fee
Registration: Registration ends March 10, 2023 at 6:00pm MST
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May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $360 $0.00 Race Fee

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The race fee is waived if you set up a fundraiser with a minimum of $2,000 donations.

Event: 50 Mile Charity Bib
Accomplish more with a charity bib for this event! Engage your friends and family to raise a minimum of $1,500 in support of a nonprofit of your choice and your registration fee is waived.

New this year, YOU choose whether the funds you raise go to support one of the WP community partners or an organization that matters to you when you sign up for a charity bib.

Please understand that by signing up for a charity bib, you are making a serious commitment to raise the amount you agreed to. If you are not able to meet the minimum fundraising amount by the week of the race, you will be required to pay the difference. All donations are final.
Registration Limit: 18 spots left.
Price: $265 $0.00 Race Fee
Registration: Registration ends March 10, 2023 at 6:00pm MST
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Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $265 $0.00 Race Fee

Fundraiser Entries

The race fee is waived if you set up a fundraiser with a minimum of $1,500 donations.

Event: 55K Charity Bib
Accomplish more with a charity bib for this event! Engage your friends and family to raise a minimum of $1,250 in support of a nonprofit of your choice and your registration fee is waived.

New this year, YOU choose whether the funds you raise go to support one of the WP community partners or an organization that matters to you when you sign up for a charity bib.

Please understand that by signing up for a charity bib, you are making a serious commitment to raise the amount you agreed to. If you are not able to meet the minimum fundraising amount by the week of the race, you will be required to pay the difference. All donations are final.
Registration Limit: 17 spots left.
Price: $215 $0.00 Race Fee
Registration: Registration ends March 10, 2023 at 6:00pm MST
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Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $215 $0.00 Race Fee

Fundraiser Entries

The race fee is waived if you set up a fundraiser with a minimum of $1,250 donations.

Event: Half Marathon Charity Bib
Accomplish more with a charity bib for this event! Engage your friends and family to raise a minimum of $1,000 in support of a nonprofit of your choice and your registration fee is waived.

New this year, YOU choose whether the funds you raise go to support one of the WP community partners or an organization that matters to you when you sign up for a charity bib.

Please understand that by signing up for a charity bib, you are making a serious commitment to raise the amount you agreed to. If you are not able to meet the minimum fundraising amount by the week of the race, you will be required to pay the difference. All donations are final.
Registration Limit: 19 spots left.
Price: $160 $0.00 Race Fee
Registration: Registration ends March 10, 2023 at 6:00pm MST
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Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
May 6, 2022, 8:00am MDT March 10, 2023, 6:00pm MST $160 $0.00 Race Fee

Fundraiser Entries

The race fee is waived if you set up a fundraiser with a minimum of $1,000 donations.

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