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The Ute 100 is the highest and most scenic race in Utah, taking runners on a breathtaking tour of the La Sal Mountains, Utah's second highest mountain range. The 100 mile course has an average elevation over 8,700' and boasts roughly 23,000' elevation gain.

Race Information:

August 24th-25th, 2024

100 Mile, 50 Mile

Race Day Schedule:

Saturday, August 24th-

  • 4:30 AM: Packet Pickup Begins

  • 5:30 AM: 100/50 Mile Start

  • 7:30 AM: 50K Start

Sunday, August 25th-

  • 9:30 PM: Course Closes (40 Hour Cutoff)

Maps, Elevation Profiles, Aid Station Charts: 

100 Mile: Elevation Gain: 23,356'
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Full Course
100 Mile: First Loop

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100 Mile: Second Loop

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Runners will begin their 100 and 50 mile adventure just before the sun rises over the La Sals, illuminating the beauty of the desert below! Runners will make a single clockwise Pinhook loop before continuing east along the rocky Miners' Basin trail to the top of Gold Knob where the views are incredible! After resupplying at the Hazardous Aid Station, runners will begin the Mann's Peak climb to the highest point in the race at 12,272'! The views from the top will definitely be worth the steep climb! If lightning is present, runners will bypass Manns Peak and continue on Burro Pass trail. The course continues down beautiful Burro Pass to the Geyser Aid Station. From the Geyser Aid Station, runners will run along the beautiful Moonlight Meadows back to the Hazardous Aid Station. This is the beginning of the high desert, and faster more runnable section of the course. After passing through the Jimmy Keen and Porcupine Aid Stations, runners will continue along the world famous Upper Porcupine trail to the finish line for the 50 mile runners and the Miners Basin Aid Station for the 100 mile runners. 100 mile runners will then complete a counter-clockwise Pinhook loop before continuing along the course in a counter-clockwise direction. Runners will run an out-and-back section from the Geyser Aid Station, before climbing back up Burro Pass in the direction of Manns Peak. Runners will only summit Manns Peak if they did not summit it on the first loop due to lightning. From the Hazardous Aid Station, runners will climb in the direction of Gold Knob but will not run the out-and-back section as they did on the first loop. The decent to the finish line is rocky and technical but the views of the Castle Valley towers below will welcome you to the finish line!

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50 Mile Course: Elevation Gain: 12,175'
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50K Course: Elevation Gain: 11,015'

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The 50k takes runners on a epic and gnarly tour of the high country portion of the Ute 100! 

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All aid stations will be very well stocked with Tailwind, Muir Energy Gels, banana bread, sweet and salty snacks, fruit, and soda.  All aid stations will also be cooking bacon, quesadillas, potatoes, pierogis and many other warm food options!

Event Information

Pre-Race Meeting:

  • Saturday, August 17th- Instead of an in-person pre-race meeting, Revenant Running will host a Facebook Live meeting beginning at 12:00 PM MST detailing the race logistics. The video will be available to participants for preview for the entire week prior to the event. Please join us for the meeting if you have any questions or comments.

Pack Pickup:​​

  • Saturday- Beginning at 4:30AM at the start line/parking lot.

Registration closes on August 21st, 2024. All registrations include;​

  • Gender Specific Rabbit Perforated EZ TEE 

  • BOCO Beanie

  • Personalized bib 

  • Belt Buckle for 100 Mile finishers

  • Hand-made finishers award for 50 mile and 50k

  • Well stocked aid stations

  • Beautiful and easy to follow course

  • Post-race meal

Register online via Ultrasignup

Crew and Pacing: 
Ultra running is a community sport and we encourage crew and pacers! 100 mile runners can have a pacer beginning on the second loop. 50 mile runners can have a pacer beginning at approximately mile 30 at the Hazardous Aid Station. All aid stations are crew accessible and pacers can join their runner at any of these points. All pacers will have to sign a waiver before beginning pacing duties. Waivers will be available at all aid stations and the start/finish line. 


Parking and the start/finish line is conveniently located off of La Sal Loop Road near the junction of Miners Basin Road. The drive from Moab to the start/finish line is approximately 30 miles and takes about 50 minutes. There is plenty of parking and only a few steps from the start/finish line. 

Crew Accessible Aid Stations:
All aid stations are crew accessible and most are easily accessible by 2WD and low clearance vehicles. Please refer to the Google Map for all aid station locations, directions and details.

Miner's Aid Station
is conveniently located at the start/finish line parking lot. Runners will have access to their vehicles. 

Upper Porcupine Aid Station is approximately 30 minutes from the start/finish line. There is plenty of parking in the dispersed campsites just before the aid station. This is one of the most scenic aid stations and is a must see by crew! 4WD and higher clearance is recommended. 

Jimmy Keen Aid Station is located .5 miles off of La Sal Loop Road. The road to the aid station is a narrow one lane dirt road. 4WD and higher clearance is recommended. 

Hazardous Aid Station is located off of the Warner Lake Road. The dirt road to the aid station is narrow and washboarded but easily accessible. 

Geyser Aid Station is the furthest aid station and is approximately a 55 minute drive from the start/finish line. Geyser Pass Road is a well maintained 2WD dirt road. The views of the surrounding mountains are amazing 10,500'. 


Travel and Lodging:

Lodging: Moab is a 50 minute drive from the start/finish line and is the closest town with an abundance of lodging accommodations. 

Camping: There is an abundance of camping options in the La Sal Mountains. 

-Mason Draw Campground is approximately 1 mile from the start/finish line and offers 5 first come/first serve campsites that are available for $10/night.  It is located just off the La Sal Loop Road near the Castle Valley Overlook. This is a basic campground with vaulted toilets, campfire rings, and picnic tables. There is no water available. 

-Warner Lake campground is approximately 11 miles/30 minute drive from the start/finish line. This National Forest campground is at an elevation of 9,400 feet among dense aspen trees with Warner Lake close by.  There are 19 camp sites with picnic tables and campfire rings. This campground allows for reservations and offers first come/first serve campsites. 

-There are many dispersed camping options throughout the La Sal Mountains. Please send an email for specific information about the many free dispersed camping options. 


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