Saturday, Apr 3, 2021

SISU 24 Hour Ultra

82x8+26 Three Points

Flintridge, CA 100 Miler, 24 Hours - Team, 24hrs

Registration closes: Thu, Apr 1 @ 12:00AM


The Race

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Southern California Ultra Runner's Grand Prix Series

SISU ENDURANCE is proud to announce the SISU 24 is a qualifying race as part of the Southern California Ultra Runner's Grand Prix Series!
Participating Races include - Orange Curtain 50k/100k, Sycamore Canyon 50-100K, Griffith Park Trail, Old West Trails 50k, Run4Kids 12H/24H/100M, Santa Barara Nine Trails, Old Goat 50, Oriflamme 50, SISU 24, Leona Divide, PCT 50, Born To Run, Nanny Goat, Holcomb Valley, Black Mountain, Harding Hustle, AC100, Kodiak 100, Bulldog Ultra, Noble Canyon, Rocky Peak, Lake Hodges


About the Race

SISU ENDURANCE presents one of the most unique events on the planet. 24 hours to run any distance you like, including the opportunity to achieve one of the toughest 100 miles anywhere! We start deep in the Angeles National Forest - Camp Eaton. You are encouraged to come Friday and set up your base camp. We highly encourage renting a cabin space for only $50. Your cabin space is available as long as you need to be there from Friday morning to Monday for those catching a late flight! It includes bunk bed (bring your sheets), clean/dry space for transition/food, showers, bathrooms, and all dorm have A/C or heating; depending on the weather. Cabins are optional, however most athletes will take advantage of this one of a kind opportunity! Cabins are available on the SISU website at and may be viewed here You may also bring your own tent and find your space and camp for the weekend! Bring the entire family, crew, or friends – all extra support team are free and encouraged! Saturday morning the race starts. 100 mile runners go out first, then Individual and team 24 hour runners follow shortly after(100 milers start at 5am, 24 hour racers start at 8am) . The race ends Sunday, 24 hours later for team and individual, and there is a 35 hour cutoff for 100 mile athletes(4pm). If an individual or an individual of a team achieves 75 miles during the course of their 24 hour race, they may elect to carry on.

This race is self-supported. You have a base camp. We encourage everyone to be festive and creative with your camp. We will have movies as well as arts and crafts for the family! There are multiple loops all leaving from base camp. The longest distance is 15 miles, and the shortest to a beautiful lake is 5 miles. Every time you head out you check in at the head table which is at the multiple purpose room at Camp Eaton. You choose which loops you want to do, and how many you desire! There are also challenges through the 24 hours if you desire such as midnight yoga, and community service. At the end points are earned by your miles as well any extra challenges you do. You are never far from base camp and your gear/fuel/food. There will be hot food for sale at base camp! The mood is festive with lights, movies, crafts, and onesies. You may encounter bears, cats, deer, and other wildlife but they are your SISU neighborhood friendly wildlife friends, so bring your camera!

3 Registrations
24 Hour Solo – as many miles as you like
24 hour Team – Teams of 3. You may run together or individually. Your team points will be totaled between all three athletes
100 Mile – 35 hour cutoff. This is a very tough 100. Last year brought our first finisher with over 19,000 ft. total elevation gained.

1. 3 Points to Silver Mocassin (Blue) – 5.5 miles
2. Lake Trail (Yellow) – 6.10 Miles
3. Pacifico Mountain Road 3N17 (Pink) – 11.1 Miles
4. Silver Moccasin to Chilao (Orange) – 12 Miles
5. Pacific Crest Trail PCT (Red) – 15.25 Miles
Trail Points
1. PCT – 16 pts
2. Silver Moccasin to Chilao Trail – 13 pts
3. Pacifico Mountain Road 3N17 – 11 pts
4. Lake Trail – 6 pts
5. 3 Points to Silver Mocassin – 5 pts
1. Eggs – Pink- 3 Pts
2. Lake Swim – 3 Pts
3. Cryptogram – 2 Pts
4. Midnight Yoga – Basketball court – 5 Pts
5. Angeles Crest Wildlife
a. 1 Point – picture of paw print from a deer, bear, or cat
b. 2 Points – Picture of a Snake, Bear, Deer, Red Velvet Ant, Newt, Owl, Bobcat or Fox, Hawk or Vulture
*Only score once per animal*
6. SISU Service – 4 Pts
7. Zip Line – 3 Pts (If available)
8. Top 3 times per trail (1,2,3 points per trail)

Trail and Camp

We are trail runners and love this community. SISU is very proud to offer this race at an extremely cost effective price point. Included in your registration is 3 days of camping! Cabin stays are the most popular and fun choice(available at , or you may set up your own tent and camp. You are highly encouraged to bring the entire family and friends. If you would like a pacer they are allowed at all times, completely up to you. They just cannot assist with your race other than moral support. We want you to be able to race and share with those important to you a great weekend! All family/friends/crew are at no additional cost to you!

This event will take place at Camp Eaton, a special place deep in the Angeles National Forest. Following one of the most beautiful drives in all of California up the CA-2/Angles Crest Hwy Camp Eaton is 2 miles past Newcomb’s Ranch. Newcomb’s Ranch is a storied roadside cabin and a destination spot for a hot meal from travelers across the Country. Camp Eaton is an amazing camp complete with cabins, showers, A/C-Heaters, Swimming pool, and so much more. Your stay for the weekend will make this event unlike any other you do!!

There will be food for sale, but please bring what you need and enjoy for the weekend.
Camp Eaton is located at
82x8+26 Three Points, California
Pearblossom, 93553


Custom Wood Round Medal – all participants. You may engrave it with your name and bib number
Engraved Clock – Top 3 Male
Top 3 Female
Top 3 Teams (Each Team Member)
Custom Buckle – 100 Mile Finisher
SISU Spirit Award – Person with the most SISU Spirit!
SISU Miles – Most miles earned in the 24 hour period
If anyone achieves 100 miles in a 24 hour period, they earn the Custom 24 SPIKE!


SISU is very proud of the experience and our swag. Our athletes all receive Injinji Socks, Honey Badger supplements, Trail Toes Foot Care, as well as much more!

Required Gear

Required Gear:
Hydration Pack or bottles
Food for 24 Hours
Index Card
Ink Pad

Recommended Gear:
Sleeping Bag
Bug Spray
Toilet Paper
Heavy Jacket
Cookware (no open flames however propane stoves are allowed)
GPS or phone

Refund Policy

1. Please read the entire information provided in the catalog. Make sure you know what you are signing up for.
2. We do realize that things can come up and keep you from making the race:
A. A 60% refund will be allowed within in the first 45 days of your payment.
B. Post 45 days we will allow you to transfer to the next year for a fee of 50% of your registration.
3. We DO NOT allow substitutions or transfers. The registration is only good for the person that registered. Teams may switch team members for a fee of $10. However we do not allow substitutions or transfers of solo registrations.
4. Finally if you do not show up and fail to arrange for a deferment that is a DNS. This will be a total forfeit of you entry fees.
5. There are no exceptions to these rules.

*If the event is postponed due to event venue or other circumstance out of the race's control all registrations will be forwarded to the following year. If that date does not work, they will be forwarded to the year after that. If neither of those options work for you, you may gift your entry to any athlete of your choice. Simply contact the RD - Daren at There will be no refunds in this case as the event is not cancelled and things happen outside of the event's control*

Local time: 2:57 AM


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