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Format

Relay Format

Each team will begin the relay at an assigned start time between 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Friday, April 17th. Each team will take an average of 24 hours to complete the relay. Teams consist of 4 or 8 members and will run a collective 128 miles as a team. There are three different trail loop courses with varying distances that individuals will run to finish the relay, which each team member completing 16 miles after running all three loops. There is a predetermined order that runners will complete these loops. Each team will only have a single runner on the trails at any given time. Just remember that runners must wear headlamps when running at night.

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To complete a trail loop, you will run under the finish structure and into the transition tent to hand off the bib belt. The runner scheduled next will be waiting in the transition tent for the bib belt so they can hit the next trail loop on the schedule. After you finish your leg, take some time to relax and recover at our “Tent to Trail Hangout,” an entertainment-filled lakeside camping experience that will have you feeling refreshed and ready to get back on the trails!

Divisions

8-person Divisions – Open

  1. Men’s
  2. Women’s
  3. Co-ed – A co-ed team must consist of a minimum of four female runners. A team can have up to seven female members and still be a co-ed team. A team that has 1-3 female members is considered a male team.

8-Person Divisions – Masters (40 years of age and up)

  1. Men’s
  2. Women’s
  3. Co-ed – A co-ed team must consist of a minimum of four female runners. A team can have up to seven female members and still be a co-ed team. A team that has 1-3 female members is considered a male team.

4-Person Divisions

  1. Men’s
  2. Women’s
  3. Co-ed РA co-ed team must consist of two or three female runners. A team that has 1 female member is considered a male team.