18-19 October 2014
Runners will run through trails covered by a lush forest canopy as they work their way up and down the multitude of ridges that the park has to offer. There
will be a cumulative elevation gain of approximately 23,000 feet. These may
not be the mighty Rocky Mountains but they will have your respect by the
time the race is complete.
Think you have what it takes to traverse 100 miles along one of Earth's oldest mountain ranges? Runners will maneuver their way through the scenic Uwharrie National Forest along single and double track trails filled with rocks, roots, and numerous creek crossings. Make no mistake, this will be one of the most challenging 100's on the east coast. Are you up to the challenge?