Each finisher will receive an Iconic Red Devil Medal, shuttle transportation to and from the start/finish, fully staffed aid stations and plenty of food and hydration products at the finish. We partner with Chelan County Mountain Search and Rescue to provide course support and they are the non-profit beneficiary.
Race Shirts are available for purchase, online-only, as part of registration checkout.
Mile Post 111 Brewing Company in Cashmere will once again offer discounts to racers for food and beverage after the race.
The 50K had its inaugural debut in 2018 to rave reviews, returns again to start and end at Sandcreek Trailhead and includes the Red Devil, Red Hill, Devil’s Gulch and Mission Ridge trails to form an incredibly challenging 7,200 ft of climbing to challenge even the most seasoned trail runner. We will have two fully staffed and supplied aid stations on the 50K course, one of which you will pass twice at mile 9 and 26, the other you will pass at mile 17. There will be a water only self serve station at mile 5. At mile 9, 17 and 26 \we will have the usual Ultra running fare, to include PB and J sandwiches, pickles and pickle juice, water, electrolyte drink, cookies, candy, pretzels, fruit, gels, etc… Watch for our Llama friends at mile 17!
The 25K — also a loop with the start and finish at Sandcreek Trailhead — includes the Red Devil, Red Hill and Devil’s Gulch single track trails, features close to 4300 feet of elevation gain and is the first 9 miles of the 50k course. One water only, self serve station at mile 5 and a fully staffed aid station at mile 9. We will have the usual Ultra running fare, to include PB and J sandwiches, pickles and pickle juice, water, electrolyte drink, cookies, candy, pretzels, fruit, gels, etc…
The out-and-back 10K, which also starts and ends at the Sandcreek Trailhead, and is on well-maintained logging and forest service roads, has an elevation gain of 1,000 feet. One water/electrolyte station, which you pass twice as the course is out and back.
Cut Off Times
50k Cut off times: Our cut off times are generous and allow for people to run the course. You will have to be able to move at an average of 3-3.5 mph to make the cut-offs. We reserve the right to pull you off the course if you are behind these times. At Mile 9 and 26 (Devils Gulch Trailhead) is an extraction point where runners can be shuttled back to the start/finish area if injured or do not meet the cutoff criteria. Here are the cut off times:
Local time: 4:41 AM
Mile 9 (Devils Gulch TH): 3 hours
Mile 17 (Henley’s Camp): 6 hours
Mile 26 (Devils Gulch TH): 8 hours
Finish Line: 10 hours