Friday, Sep 7, 2018 @ 9:00 AM
This Event Took Place Fri. Sep 7, 2018

This Race Sells Out

Race is SOLD OUT. If you want to run the race, get on the waitlist. Last year all runners go in off the waitlist. Register for waitlist by clicking on the register button in green on this page. The waitlist is moving fast and everyone on the list will likely get in so please signup for it if you want a chance to run.

Learn about the Triple Crown of 200s here:

WAITLIST: Entering the waitlist does not obligate you to accept entry when chosen. You will not be charged an entry fee until you accept the entry via email. When selected, you will receive an email. You may then choose to "accept" or "decline" the entry. If you accept, then you will be in the race! If you decline, you will not be charged.

The Tahoe 200 is a Hardrock 100 Endurance Run and UTMB Qualifier

The Race is Presented by

Altra Running!

Registration Details

Registration for the 2019 event opens Nov. 7, 2018 at 9am PST

There will be no lottery. First applicants to register will get in. 250 spots are available in the race. Race sold out in 2 weeks last year. Register early for guaranteed entry!

If you would like to pay by mail or paypal or need assistance, please message the race director at
In many cases we can offer payment plans.
For more information on the event please visit our website


The 2019 event will be September 13-17

205.5 miles and up to 100 hours around the largest alpine lake in North America. Welcome to the Tahoe 200!

The Tahoe 200 is the first and only 200 mile single loop mountain trail race in the United States! The event has 40,200 ft of climbing. This incredible route circumnavigates the sparkling, clear blue waters of Lake Tahoe from the Tahoe Rim Trail. The race occasionally detours off the TRT to explore aspen meadows, rock gardens of giants, small and impossibly blue lakes, thick canopied forests, and long ridge lines with stunning views of Lake Tahoe. The course is nothing less than magical.

Local time: 1:29 PM


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