COURSE DETAILS

The Mountains to Sea Trail 100 Endurance Run is designed for speed and agility.

All distances will travel the same out-and-back course heading west from headquarters. The 50 & 100 mile courses will include an additional out-and-back heading east, with turnarounds corresponding to each total distance. Along the scenic course, runners will experience beautiful views of Falls Lake, crossing several bridges and often running right beside the lake.

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31 miles

An out-and-back loop with a little tour of the Rolling View grounds

1,800' elevation

Mostly skirting the lake, this segment is built for speed

3 aid stations

One station half way (visited twice), one at the turnaround

50 miles

Two out-and-back loops in opposite directions from base camp

3,100' elevation

Including a little more alone-time and a creek crossing

2 additional aid stations

Swing by headquarters, and another one you'll see twice

102 miles

Two out-and-back loops in opposite directions from base camp

7,000' elevation

Much of the course is rolling, but it adds up over distance

7 aid stations

Plenty of support along the way, with additional help at road crossings

TRAIL WORK/VOLUNTEER REQUIREMENT FOR RUNNERS

Due to COVID 19 and the short timing between registration and race day, the trail work requirements have been cancelled for this year.

In the coming years, 8 hours of trail work or volunteer participation at a 100 mile ultra will be required.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Details on how to participate, get involved, and gear up.

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For Runners

The race packet includes everything you need to know.

  • Race rules & pacer info
  • Terrain & local Wildlife
  • Pre-race agenda
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Course Map

Get a feel for what the course has in store for you.

  • Map of race path
  • Aid station locations
  • Section distances
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For Volunteers

We have a variety of volunteer opportunities including:

  • Race headquarters
  • Road crossings/aid stations
  • Course sweepers
Race Time

5:00am on Mar 20, 2020

36 hour time limit for 100 mile

Volunteer for this year's race

If you have interest in helping in this year's race please let us know. We need volunteers in a variety of capacities, including the following:

1Race Headquarters
Race headquarters will be busy for the entire race and we'll need help with set up, packet pick up, and many other tasks.
Support runner safety and care by assisting with road crossings, traffic management, and nutritional or medical care.
After the runners clear sections of the course, we'll need folks to clean up trash and make sure runners are all accounted for.

Please fill out our contact form and race director Jonathan Frey will send you details and schedules on how to get involved.

Paying it forward

A portion of the proceeds from the MST 100 will be donated to Healing Transitions and the Friends of the Mountains to Sea Trail. As you prepare for the MST 100, the following opportunities may be of interest:

  • 1
    Bolster your training and community impact by participating in the Oakwood24 beginning December 19, 2020. No better way to get in an easy, fun-filled 50 miler before the end of the year. Follow this link to find out more details.

  • 2
    We will be hosting a couple training runs on the MST 100 course some time in January and February of 2021. Check back here for dates and times.
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