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Driving distances from nearest major cities:
Portland, ME - 20 Miles
Portsmouth, NH - 70 Miles
Boston - 125 Miles
NYC - 335 Miles
Closest Airports to Event Property:
Portland International Jetport - 23 Miles
Portsmouth International Airport at Pease - 75 Miles
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport - 115 Miles
Boston Logan International Airport - 123 Miles
Hotels near Event Property:
How are racer camp spaces assigned?
Camp spaces are assigned based on order of registration. The earlier you register, the closer your space will be to the start/finish area. Space #1 is always reserved for the previous year's winner.
Can I change my camp space to be next to a friend?
We can likely change your camp space to be closer to a friend as long as we receive your request early enough, but we cannot guarantee that it will happen. Additionally, we cannot move either of your spaces up, only back. For example, if you are #5 and your friend is #100 and you request to be closer to each other your friend will stay at #100 and you will be changed to #99 while everyone ahead of you will be moved up one space.
Unfortunately, we cannot host camping at the race venue the night before the race. Racers and spectators may stay for the duration of the event on the racers’ assigned camp spaces.
Will there be parking allowed on the property?
When racers arrive on Saturday morning they may drive into the race venue and unload their gear. After doing so they must drive across the street to the Pineland Farms campus. There they will find ample parking for the weekend.
Weather Information for September in Maine:
Expect daytime temperatures anywhere between 65 and 80 degrees and overnight lows around 45 degrees. We have only experienced rain once in the 7 year history of this event, but runners should plan accordingly. Maine September overnight temperatures combined with rain could be potentially hazardous for runners still on course.
Are there age restrictions for this event?
While we do not have age restrictions in place, we ask that you use your discretion. We ask that any minors who sign up have an adult on site throughout the duration of their run.
Are spectators allowed?
Spectators are not only allowed, they are highly encouraged.
Will food and beverage be provided?
Light “ultra” snacks and water will be provided but racers are ultimately responsible for their own nutrition and hydration and should not rely on race organizers for their fuel.
What is the course like?
You can expect wide, well groomed double track trails and a small field section. There are no road sections in this course. Check out Strava for more details:
Can I bring my camper/RV?
Unfortunately we cannot allow campers or RVs at the race venue. If you arrive with a camper and it can fit in a regular vehicle space at the Pineland campus across the street you may park it there, but accessing it during the race will not be possible for racers.
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