This is a Trail Racing Over Texas Event
Franklin Mountains State Park (Tom Mays Unit)
Sat February 9th - Sunday February 10th
100M, 100K, and 100K Relay
The Lone Star 100 is a rugged, unforgiving mountain race located in the Southern most tip of the rocky mountains in El paso, Texas. The city is a wonderful blend of culture, history and amazing mountains. All of the races will be located in the Franklin Mountains State Park (Tom Mays Unit off of Transmountain Road). The 100 mile race is 3 loops of 33.7 run washer style where you switch directions each loop for a total of 100.2 miles with 20,000 ft of gain and 20,000 ft of descent. The 100k is 2 loops of 32.7 run washer style as well with 14,000 ft of gain and 14,000ft of descent. The 100 Miler will have a 36 hour cutoff and the 100k will have a 35 hour cutoff. The relay teams may only exchange runners at the start finish area.
Friday February 8th
12:00 pm - 7:00 pm Packet Pickup @ Start Line of The race, Tom Mays Unit, Upper Sunset Parking Lot
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Racers Meeting (Not Mandatory, but you should go) @ Upper Sunset Parking Lot
Saturday February 9th
4:00 am - 7:00 am Packet Pickup @ Upper Sunset Parking Lot
5:00 am 100 miler Race Start @ Upper Sunset Parking Lot
6:00 am 100k Race Start @ Upper Sunset Parking Lot
Sunday Feb 10th
5:00 pm Cutoff @ Upper Sunset Parking Lot
There is a 36 hour cutoff for the 100M and 35 hour cutoff for the 100k.
24 hour cutoff is the HARD cutoff to start your last loop for 100 miler/100k.
Every Runner Recieves
* Custom Finishers Award
* Your Choice of Race Swag
Relay will get Long Sleeve Tech Shirts, 100k/100M will get Outerwear
* Outstanding Volunteer Support
* Full Aid Stations
* Chip Timed Race
Local time: 6:38 AM