2021 Castle Peak 100k Aid Stations
Runners will be supported with 10 aid stations along the course, about every 5 to 11 miles. Nonetheless, runners must have the capacity to carry at least 34 ounces (1 liter) of water and 400 calories of nutrition. (Click here for the list of required gear.)
Our goal is for you to have time to safely finish the Castle Peak 100k course without aggressive cut-off times.
In order to receive qualifying status for Western States you must complete the race by 1 am which is a total average pace of: 18:50min/mi
To make the final cut off of 2 am your total average pace is: 19:46 min/mi
**2021 Pace Chart coming soon**
Full Castle Peak 100k 2019 Pace Chart (note: different course than 2021)
Aid Station Mileage
All distances are approximate and provided as a general reference.
|Name||Mileage||Next Aid Station||Cut-Off|
|Start – Stampede Reservoir||0.0||10.5||5:00 AM START|
|Donner Camp Picnic Site||10.5||9.5|
|Hole in the Ground||58||6.6||
|Finish- Soda Springs Ski Resort||64.6||1 am WSER
2:00 am Cut off:
*All course specifics are subject to change pending final permits. Much of this event takes place in Your Tahoe National Forest.