Aid Stations

We have experienced aid station captains and volunteers ready to help you at our nine aid stations. Food and drink will look a bit differently than in the past. To reduce contamination for both volunteers and runners, all food will be served by our aid station volunteers. Just tell them what you want and they will serve you up with snacks. For drinks, all runners will be asked to hold their bottles or bladders and volunteers can fill you up with water or electrolyte.

There will be no disposable cups on the course, so please bring your own to use at the aid stations.

While all of our aid station captains and volunteers are awesome, keep in mind that three of the stations are remote hike-ins (well, four really, because you visit the Twins twice). That means the water and supplies were carried in, either by backpack, horseback, or powered wheel barrows.

Course Profile

NumNameMilesNextCutoffDrop BagsCrew AccessParkingToiletsCaptain
A1Gold Lake7.45nono, but can meet runners just past AS on Waldo Lake RdyesPeter Hatton, CORK
A2Fuji Mtn.12.42.5yesdiscouraged, FS road & 1/4 mile hikeadequatenoJonathan & M Marshall(WPSP)
A2Fuji Mtn.14.95.6
A3Mt. Ray20.56.6yesyes, roadjust N of Trailhead on Rd. 5897 on W side of roadporta pottiePatrick Mucker (WPSP)
A4The Twins27.14.9noyes, 1.5 mi. hike0.3 mile N of trailhead @ road to Shadow BaynoDevin Jenkins (WPSP)
A5Charlton Lake325.21:00pmyesyes, road 4290lotsporta pottieKen Ward & Tia Gabalita
A6Rd. 429037.27.52:15pmyesyes, washboard FS roadside of roadnoLewis Taylor
A7The Twins44.75.24:30pmnoyes, 1.5 mi. hikesame as first timenoJim Hutchison (WPSP)
A8Maiden Peak49.95.1nodifficult, 3.0 mi. hikeTrailhead on Gold Lake Rd.noDon Elting & Crystal Kelley (Backcountry Ski Patrol)
A9Maiden Lake557.5nononoCraig Thornley
Finish62.59:00pmyesyesski areayesLaurie Thornley

See Crew Driving Instructions.