2019 HURT 100
The HURT Trail 100-Mile Endurance Run (HURT 100) is a very difficult event designed for the adventurous and well-prepared ultrarunner. It is conducted on trails located in the hills above Honolulu (O‘ahu, Hawai‘i). The race is noted for its grueling terrain and for a uniquely scenic course, offering views of the O‘ahu coastline as well as the Pacific Ocean. Participants for the event are chosen via a lottery selection process. Entry is limited to 125 participants.
Local time: 4:45 AM
- 100 miles over 5 laps (partial out and backs) in a semi-tropical rain forest.
- 99% single-track trails, 1% asphalt.
- Nearly 25,000 feet of elevation gain and loss over the 100 miles.
- Moderately packed soil surface generously interspersed with roots, rocks, puddles, and mud wallows.
- Very narrow trails passing through forest, along exposed ridges, and past vertical embankments.
- 20 stream crossings (four per lap).
- Wide range of temperature and humidity, with a high probability of rain.
-Three aid stations per lap.
The HURT 100 runner booklet and maps can be found at http://www.hurt100.com.