100MILE - *DUE TO COVID-19, THE 100 MILE HAS BEEN CANCELLED*
Welcome to Oregon's newest and arguably the most scenic 100mile trail race - Old Cascadia 100. This 100miler will be an instant classic with majestic views of the highest peaks in Oregon from Mt Hood to the north and the Three Sisters to the South, to summiting some of the oldest summits in Oregon, to passing old growth stands and stream crossings all the while running on some of Oregon's best and "rediscovered" single-track. The race has 25000ft of gain and 25000ft of loss with 90% of the course on single-track trail, 3% two-track, 4% paved road and 3% dirt road. There are 13 fully stocked aid stations. One will run the course 2x.
Each aid station will have the following: PBJ, Skout bars, Muir Energy pouches, Tailwind electrolyte drink, water, coke, sprite, ginger ale, chips, cookies, 1-2 hot items (broth, soup, quesadillas, pancakes), etc.
There are 2 cut-offs:
Mile 49.7 at START/FINISH AS at 11pm on Saturday
Mile 79.6 at Quarry AS at 11am on Sunday
Time limit for race is 36hours.
There are 3 drop bag locations:
Quarry (miles 29.9 & 79.6)
Lava Lake Sno Park (Start/finish) (mile 49.7)
Crew accessible aid stations are at the following:
Quarry (DIRECTIONS) - allow 40minutes
Please limit one car per runner.
Pacers are allowed to begin with their runner only at miles 49.7 (Start/Finish AS) and/or 79.6 (Quarry AS).
It is up to the pacer to determine how to get to and from aid start/finish.
Pacers are NOT allowed to mule for their runner.
Pacers must also wear the same bib # as their runner. This can be picked up at packet pickup.
Directions to Quarry AS.
If your day is not going as planned and you need to drop, please
do so at an aid station. Remember this course is remote and you may be sitting at an aid station waiting on a ride out! You will also need to come to the finish and inform a race director or timing.
100M RUNNERS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO DROP TO THE 50 MILE. IF YOU DO NOT CONTINUE ON AFTER THE FIRST 50 MILE LOOP, IT IS A DNF FOR THE DAY.
No dogs are allowed on the course.
These are multi-use trails and therefore you may encounter mountain bikers.