Taking place in the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest, this will be an epic adventure you don't want to miss! Bristlecone Events and Triple Dare Running are hosting a solo or relay race option in gorgeous Lee Canyon, Mt. Charleston.
There are 3 loops to run; (this is approximate mileage) loop one 5.64, loop two 8.2, and loop three, 4.3 miler. All loops must be completed by each team member. The team member will finish 1 loop and then tag out to the next runner until all 3 loops by all 3 runners are completed. This totals 19.23 miles per person! 57.69 miles total per team! All loops will be ran counter clockwise, 5,8 then the 4 mile loop.
Registration fees - The amount shown is for the full team. It comes out to around $80 per person (early entry).
Only the team captain may pay for the full team online.
We will have free unlimited Craft Keg Beer for all runners over 21 years of age. Non runners may pay a $5 donation to drink.
-3 points for the 38 miler
-1 point for the relay
-1 point for the 19 miler
Relay - 57.69 total miles - 6am
Solo Ultra - 38.45 miles - 6:30am
Solo -19.23 miles - 7am
1/2 Marathon - 7:30am
10k - 8am
5k - 8:30am
9PM CUTOFF TIME FOR ALL DISTANCES
There is dispersed camping around the staging area. Free of charge and 1st come, 1st serve. This is absolutely gorgeous and the smell of pine is all around! We will have fresh hot coffee, pancakes, eggs, and fruit Saturday morning for any runners that are hungry! We will BBQ hot dogs and burgers Saturday night and will have different food throughout the day. The race directors and crew will be camping out Saturday night and having a ton of fun after the race. Please consider camping and getting to know us! The fire will keep us all warm and who knows, there might be Irish coffee/cocoa and smores!!
This is about a 45 minute drive from the strip. From downtown Las Vegas, drive 30.3 miles north on Highway to 95 to Lee Canyon Road. Turn left onto Lee Canyon Road and drive approx. 12.3 miles. Turn right into Blue Tree Group Camp. Staging area will be down the 2nd left turn.
GPS: 36.3617, -115.635
The elevation is around 7,500 feet and the temperature for early June is around 69°/38°Farenheit.
Local time: 5:17 PM
Surrounded by wildflowers, gorgeous trees, and wildlife. The fresh crisp air is a nice escape from the city. You might see our local White-Tailed Antelope Squirrel, Black-Tailed Jackrabbit, Kit Fox, Palmer's Chipmunk, Burrows, Desert Tortoise, Mule Deer, and possibly wild horses.