CREW & PACER INFORMATION
There are 7 drop bag locations:
Rock Creek Aid Station AS3/12 - Miles 16.8 & 65.1
Skyliners Aid Station AS6 - Mile 36.2
Swampy Lakes Aid Station AS9 - Mile 48.8
Quarry Aid Station AS14 - Mile 81.5
Three Sisters Creek Aid Station AS16/17 - Miles 91.3 & 94.1
Please respect these GUIDELINES for drop bags. Race directors and volunteers are not responsible for your items.
Drop bags will return to the finish when the aid station closes. Please don't ask us when drop bags will return to the finish as this is dependent on many variables. The aid stations above (with the exception of Rock Creek) are accessible by crew. If you want your drop bag(s) sooner, your crew can drive to them.
NOTE: We do not ship drop bags after a race. If you forget to grab your bag(s), you are welcome to pick them up in Redmond, Oregon 1-2 days after the race has finished.
Pacers must follow these basic rules:
Only 1 pacer may run with a race participant at any given time.
Pacers are not allowed to carry any of a runners items - water, food, clothes, headlamp, etc.
Pacers can eat from aid stations.
Pacers must follow the rules of the race/Alpine Running.
Pacers can not have a drop bag.
Pacers are on their own getting to/from an aid station(s).
Pacers must sign a waiver at runner check-in to obtain a bib number.
Anyone not following these rules risks disqualifying their runner.
A pacer can access a runner at the following aid stations:
Swampy Lakes (AS9) - Mile 48.8
Quarry (AS14) - Mile 81.5
Three Sisters Creek (AS16/17) - Miles 91.3/94.1
Crew accessible aid stations:
Skyliners (AS6) - mile 36.2
Swampy Lakes (AS9) - mile 48.8
Dutchman (AS10) - mile 55.9
Quarry (AS14) - mile 81.5
Three Sisters Creek (AS16/17) - miles 91.3/94.1
Crew must follow instructions from race volunteers.
When parking, please be aware of the environment/surroundings.
Please don't litter.
Please be considerate of runners, volunteers, other crew and other users of our national forests.
Dutchman and Swampy Lakes are within 10 minutes of each other.
Quarry is accessible by a 1 mile of dirt/gravel road.
From Bend to Skyliners AS
About 50% of the course has pretty good cell service (AT&T or Verizon). The finish has excellent cell service.
There will not be live tracking of runners. However, each aid station does track bib numbers and the time the runner left the aid station. Each aid station will have the means to communicate to the finish/race directors, but it is only for essential communication.