Cancelled
Saturday, Sep 21, 2024 @ 8:00 AM

Indian Lake Ultra

8183 WI-19

Cross Plains, WI 12 Hour, 6 Hour

Registration Closed Thu. May 2, 2024 @ 12:00 AM

Cancelled Event

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. FULL refunds for anyone registered will be processed in the coming days (6/2).

Race Details

12-Hour Race
The 12-hour race will be a total mileage event. Each runner will complete a 4.1 mile loop. The runner who completes the most distance in the 12 hours will be the winner.

6-Hour Race
The 6-hour race will be a total mileage event. Each runner will complete a 4.1 mile loop. The runner who completes the most distance in the 6 hours will be the winner.

Loop must be fully complete, before the cutoff, for the 4.1 miles to be added to your total. Runners who do not make the cutoff, before the time limit, will not have that loop considered. No partial loops will be counted.

About

About Indian Lake County Park
At 791 acres, Indian Lake County Park is one of Dane County’s largest parks. The main entrance is located on STH 19 about two miles west of US 12. Halfway Prairie Wildlife Area, a county public hunting area located immediately north of the property, offers additional recreational opportunities.

Trails provide access around the entire lake and offer hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and foraging. One winding trail leads to a historic chapel built in 1857, located on a hilltop with a breathtaking view of the lake and surrounding valley. A section of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail also winds through the park. The park includes a sledding hill with access to a log cabin warming house. A reservable timber frame shelter was built using trees that were sustainably harvested from county properties. Official youth groups can reserve the group camp for outings.

An unfenced off-leash dog park is located next to the small boat launch on the west side of the lake and can be accessed from the parking lot at the west entrance. The use of gas motors is prohibited on Indian Lake – electric motors are allowed.

County staff worked with the Ice Age Trail Alliance to create a virtual tour to help visitors learn about the park’s natural landscapes and history. Download the free StriveOn! app, create an account and once you are at the park open the Think Outside-Indian Lake Segment under Trails. Click EXPLORE to activate the engagement points along way. Check out these instructions (PDF) for full details.

This park is supported in part by the Friends of Indian Lake County Park.

Aid Station

Start/finish Aid Station

There will be a single aid station are the start/finish line. Aid station food and hydration product will be available throughout the entirety of the event for athletes.

Aid Station Food Options

Turkey, ham and/or cheese tortilla rollups
PBJ
Fruit: Bananas
Chips
Candies
Pickles/juice
Noodles
Coffee
More…
Athlete crew will have access to the aid stations for the purposes of fueling and hydrating their athlete(s). Crew should refrain from using the aid station product if they are not running in the event.

Start Time and Cutoffs

Start Time and Cutoffs
The race will begin at 8am Saturday.

Cutoffs
There are two cutoffs. 2pm for the 6-hour race and 8pm for the 12-hour race.

Awards

There will be a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place award for each gender category for both the 6 and 12 hour events.

Event's current local time: 3:10 AM CT
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