Runners will be supported with 12 aid stations along the course, about every 4 to 7 miles. Nonetheless, runners must have the capacity to carry at least 34 ounces (1 liter) of water and 200 calories of nutrition. (Click here for the list of required gear.)
***PLEASE BE ADVISED***
*Due to the remoteness of the Devil’s Oven Aid Station (Mile 33.5), there will be VERY LIMITED WATER and fuel options at that location. Participants will need to fill up on supplies at the Johnson Canyon (Mile 24.5) and Summit Lake (Mile 28.2) Aid Stations.
Personal crew and drop bags will be allowed at the following aid stations. Each of these crew-accessible aid stations is family-friendly and has easy access via paved roads. We’d prefer that dogs are kept safe at home, but if you must bring them, please keep them on-leash. Dogs must not be left in vehicles unattended. Dogs are not allowed on-course at any time.
- A4 / Johnson Canyon / Mile 24.5
- A9 / Van Norden / Mile 50.0
- F / Finish – Sugar Bowl / Mile 62.3
Castle Peak 100k Aid Stations
Our goal is for you to have time to safely finish the Castle Peak 100k course without aggressive cut-off times.
|Name||Mileage||Next Aid Station||Cut-Off|
|Start – Prosser Ranch||0.0||8.6||5:00 AM|
|Johnson Canyon||24.5||3.7||11:30 AM
Please fill up on water and fuel here
|Devil’s Oven||33.5||4.0||VERY LIMITED WATER and supplies|
|Castle Valley||37.5||6.2||5:00 PM|
|Hole in the Ground||43.7||6.3|
|Van Norden||50.0||3.6||8:00 PM|
|Finish – Sugar Bowl||62.3||2:00 AM|
*All course specifics are subject to change pending final permits. Much of this event takes place in Your Tahoe National Forest.