2020 HURT 100
The HURT Trail 100-Mile Endurance Run (HURT 100) is an extremely difficult event designed for the most adventurous and extremely prepared (those who possess superior technical trail running skills) ultrarunner. The run, is conducted on trails located on the hills above Honolulu (O‘ahu, Hawai‘i) on the Makiki Trail System. The race is noted for its grueling terrain with 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 weighted lottery selection process. Entry is limited to 125 participants.
Local time: 5:34 PM
- 100 miles over 5 loops, repeating in the same direction (20 miles for each loop with only 13 miles of unique trail per loop due to the out and back sections) 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 loop).
- Wide range of temperature and humidity, with a very high probability of rain.
-Three aid stations per loop.
The HURT 100 runner booklet and maps can be found at http://www.hurt100.com.