Experience the spring-fed meadows, massive rocks of Pikes Peak granite, and sweeping views of Colorado’s most spectacular mountains in the inaugural Great Divide Ultra. This 50k, 25k and 10 mile event takes place entirely on the beautiful rolling meadows of Mueller State Park. The course is 100% single/double-track trail and will reach the highest and most scenic point within the park. 

Race Information:

50k, 25k, 10 Mile

Saturday, September 11th, 2021

Race Day Schedule:

  • 6:30 AM: 50k Packet Pickup

  • 7:00 AM: 50k start

  • 7:15 AM 25k and 10 Mile Packet Pickup

  • 8:00 AM: 25k start

  • 8:30 AM: 10m start

  • 5:00 PM: Course closes

We will be barbecuing for the post race meal. Vegetarian options available.

Maps, Elevation Profiles, Aid Station Charts:



The 50k consists of two clockwise loops. The out-and-back to the top of Grouse Mt. will be run when first arriving at the Grouse Mt. Aid Station. 

Elevation Range-9,189' to 9,858' Total Elevation gain-4,562' 

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The 25k consists of one clockwise loops. The out-and-back to the top of Grouse Mt. will be run when first arriving at the Grouse Mt. Aid Station. 

Elevation Range-9,189' to 9,858' Total Elevation gain-2,281'

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10 Mile
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The 10 mile consists of one clockwise loop.

Elevation Range-9,281' to 9,743' Total Elevation gain-1,607'

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All aid stations will be well stocked with electrolyte drink, sweet and salty snacks, fruit, and soda. The Grouse Mt. Aid Station will also be cooking bacon, quesadillas and potatoes!

Event Information

Pack Pickup:

  • Friday, September 10, 2021

  • 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM

  • Location: TBD

  • Saturday- Beginning at 6:30 AM

Registration closes on September 9th, 2021. All registrations includes;

  • Custom Trucker Hat

  • Gender Specific race shirt

  • Well stocked aid stations

  • Beautiful and easy to follow course

  • Post-race meal

Register online via Ultrasignup

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Colorado Springs: Head west on Highway 24 for 25 miles then turn left on CO Highway 67 South. Continue for 3.8 miles and then turn right into Mueller State Park. Parking for the event will be 1.5 miles along the main road on the right. On the morning of the race, all runners will be greeted at the entrance of Mueller State Park and directed towards parking.

Travel and Lodging:


Colorado Springs Municipal Airport: Colorado Springs has the closest and most convenient airport. It takes about 55 minutes to drive from the airport to the event. 


Denver International Airport: The Denver airport is not as close as the Colorado Springs airport, but will usually offer better flight options and be less expensive. It takes about 2 hours to drive from the airport to the event. 


Mueller State Park offers 132 campsites and are by reservation only. The various campsites can accommodate walk-in tent campers to full hook-up RVs. There are cabins available to rent within the park. 


Things to See and Do


  • Devil’s Playground (664A) to Northwest summit of Pikes Peak: This approximately 14 mile out and back summit of Pikes Peak is one of the most spectacular trails in the Front Range. The summit to “America’s Mountain” is significantly less crowded than Barr Trail and offers spectacular views of the Great Divide course. 


  • The Crags Trail (664): This 4.5 mile out-and-back is popular with families and offers incredible views of Pikes Peak and the Great Divide course! The magnificent rock formations at the turnaround are uniquely stunning and definitely worth the trip.