These routes we created are adventurous, gorgeous, challenging, and TRASHY! HAVE NO FEAR.....our races are wild and crazy with food and free beer for all our runners, loud music, high energy volunteers, and memories for a lifetime!
TRASH those trail legs on many of these trails that will be raced on for the first time with us! This is our first year moving this race to the Muddy Mountains, Bitter Springs. This is just a 25 minute drive North of North Las Vegas. Exit #75 off the I-15. The terrain is varied, with wide groomed trails and challenging single-track. The views are spectacular of mountains, valleys, and ravines! Race directors and Military/Veterans are ALWAYS steeply discounted. Thank you for your service! You never know the surprises we will have waiting around each corner for you! We are known for putting on lively and energetic races and always have a great time with our runners.
Start times are as follows:
50 Miler - 7AM
50K - 7AM
Marathon - 7:30AM
1/2 Marathon - 8 AM
10K - 830 AM
5K - 9 AM
We have an "early start" option for the 50M and the 50K if you choose, message us.
From the intersection of the I-95 and the I-15 Freeway in Las Vegas, drive north on the I-15 for approximately 32.8 miles.
Take Exit #75 (Valley of Fire Hwy)
Turn right and drive 3.11 miles.
Continue straight on dirt road. Do not follow paved Hwy to left.
Drive 2.7 miles on dirt road to staging area on right.
These will be passed out for each distance, male and female, 1st through 3rd!
Race shirts and medals for all runners!!
At staging area 1 hour before race start time.
Remembering Darrell Henry 1970-2016
"Darrell started running about 20 years ago because he was overweight, out of shape, and beginning to have health problems. It was a chore, but it became an addiction and his passion. He was diagnosed with cancer and Familial Adenomatous Polyposis in 2012. He had numerous procedures and surgeries following his diagnosis and each time he would ask his doctor how soon it would be before he could run again. Running kept him motivated, sane, and happy – not to mention tolerable to all those around him! He ran every day that he was able to and even on days that he had chemo. He ran on days that he was carrying a chemo infusion pack on his back. He ran for endurance, not for time. He said running, as well as his life, was about quality over quantity". -Misty Henry
His ashes were carried by his friend, Annette Schultz, as she ran the 2017 "Trail Trashed", his last race. Darrell's ashes were scattered by his family in the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area after the race, on Sunday, March 5th, 2017. We will miss Darrell. He is gone, but will never be forgotten.
We will always remember you Darrell, as being "CHEW TOY TOUGH"!
If we are forced to cancel or postpone the event, runners will receive a transfer to any Triple Dare Running event. No refunds will be issued.
Local time: 1:58 AM