Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019

The Franklins

1331 McKelligon Canyon Road

El Paso, TX 200K, 200 Miler

Registration closes: Tue, Feb 5 @ 12:00AM

Registration Details

Registration for the 2018 event opens 1/14, 2018 at 4PM CST

There will be no lottery. First applicants to register will get in. 250 spots are available in the race. Register early for guaranteed entry!


If you would like to pay by mail or paypal or need assistance, please message the race director at rob@trailracingovertexas.com

In many cases we can offer payment plans. Email the director for details if you need a payment plan.
For more information on the event please visit our website http://www.trailracingovertexas.com/the-franklins/

RACE GUIDE-->http://www.trailracingovertexas.com/s/Franklin-200-Trail-Description.docx

There is a $10,000 Guaranteed Prize Purse for Men/Women $3000 for 1st, $1500 for 2nd and $500 for 3rd.

Description

The 2019 event will be Feburary, 6-10th 2019

200 Miler
203.3 miles and up to 108 hours on the Southern Most tip of the Rocky Mountains. You will traverse both the South and North Franklin mountain on your journey.

Start to South Sunset pavilion = 12.3 mile opener; 4070 ft. of climb.

Then the five 38.0 mile loops with ~9400 ft of climb each.

Loop #1 total: 50.3 miles; 13,400+ ft.

Loop #2 totals: 88.3 miles; 22,800+ ft.

Loop #3 totals: 126.3 miles (202.4 K); 32,200+ ft.

Loop #4 totals: 164.3 miles; 41,600+ ft.

Loop #5 totals: 202.3 miles; 51,000+ ft.



200K
126.3 Miles (203K) and up to 107 hours on the Southern Most tip of the Rocky Mountains. You will traverse both the South and North Franklin mountain on your journey.

Start to South Sunset pavilion = 12.3 mile opener; 4070 ft. of climb.

Then the five 38.0 mile loops with ~9400 ft of climb each.

Loop #1 total: 50.3 miles; 13,400+ ft.

Loop #2 totals: 88.3 miles; 22,800+ ft.

Loop #3 totals: 126.3 miles (202.4 K); 32,200+ ft.



The Franklin mountains is the only state park that is within the city limits here in El Paso Texas. The race begins at the Mckelligon Canyon (Park HQ) south of Transmountains and traverses to the North side which is the Tom Mays Unit. The race runs from 5000' to the peak of 7192' and you will be able to see both New Mexico and Mexico along the journey.



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