Moab 200 Endurance Run
234 mile footrace through desert, 2 mountain ranges, slick rock, canyons, and some of the most legendary terrain and trails in the world in world class destinations around Moab, Utah! Surrounded by Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, this is an adventure of a lifetime. This is a solo non-stop footrace, not a relay or stage race. Runners have 112 hrs to complete the fully marked course. Aid stations, crew access, sleep stations, hot food make this race one of a kind. The route is one enormous loop, no repetition. Brought to you by Destination Trail team, organizers of the Tahoe 200 & Bigfoot 200.
The Moab 200 Endurance Run is a 200+ mile footrace through some of Utah’s most stunning and challenging terrain.
WHERE: Begins and ends in Moab, Utah. Race route runs south west from Moab by the Colorado River through the Canyons section and south to the Abajo Mountains then north to the La Sal Mountains to finish in Moab.
DATE OF RACE: October 13-17, 2017, Friday- Tuesday
DISTANCE: 238.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN: 29,467 ft of ascent / 29,467 ft descent
CUT OFF: 112 hours (11pm Oct 17), participants must average 2.1 mph
COURSE DESIGN: Just one huge single loop, no repetition.
PARTICIPATION: Solo, non-stop footrace. Runners may have a pacer after mile 55. Crew allowed in most locations. See Runner’s Manual for more detailed information and rules.
NUMBER OF PARTICiPANTS ACCEPTED: 150
Entry pp R to 16711.70 / USD: $1195
All runners get up to a 4 day/16hr supported race with a fully marked course (all 238.3 miles!), 112 hour cut off, aid stations with hot food to order, 5 sleep stations with tents/sleeping pads/blankets, duffle bag with race logo, pint glass, bumper sticker, elevation tattoo, post race meal and breakfast at the awards/race ceremony. Finishers receive a finisher print, belt buckle, and finisher glass.Enter Now