The Start and Finish are located at the MTB Trail near the Copper Breaks State Park Headquarters. We recommend arriving an hour prior to your race starting.
Copper Breaks State Park
(777 State Hwy Park Rd 62, Quanah, TX 79252)
5:30 AM - Packet Pickup
6:00 AM - 52M Starts
6:30 AM - 50K Starts
7:00 AM - 17K Starts
10:00 PM - Race Cutoff
We will have packet pickup open from 5:00 AM - 7:00 AM on Saturday, May 8th (the day of the race.) Packet Pickup will be located at the starting area near the headquarters in the main tent.
When arriving in the park make sure to pay $3 for the day pass whether that's prior to the event online here or in cash in the drop boxes on the day of the event. This is required by Copper Breaks State Park.
52 Miler Runners - Five loops
52 Miler runners will run a total of 52+ miles. The elevation gain is over 600ft of climbing with over 600ft in descending. Aid stations will be available every 4-6 miles along the course.
50K Runners - Three loops
50k runners will run a total of 31+ miles. The elevation gain is over 1800ft of climbing with over 1800ft in descending. Aid stations will be available every 4-5 miles along the course.
17K Runners - One loop
17k runners will run a total of 10+ miles. The elevation gain is over 600ft of climbing with over 600ft in descending. Aid stations will be available every 4-5 miles along the course.
The terrain for the course varies. One moment you're running in an open desert and the next you're running through the forest at the bottom of the canyon. It's a very fast course with a few technical sections. The terrain varies from grass, sandstone, to dirt and rocks. The weather is expected to be in the low 60s and mid-80s with an estimate of 10-20mph winds. West Texas weather is very unpredictable. Regardless of the weather conditions, we will continue to race unless life-threatening circumstances occur. We will send out emails as the event gets closer on weather conditions and what to expect. Trail gators are recommended.
This race is a cupless race so please come with your own water carrying system whether that's a running vest, camelback, or hand-held water bottles/cups. We do not tolerate littering. One of our biggest values is being environmentally friendly. Help keep the environment maintained to its natural state without hurting the animals and plants that live there.
The main aid station will be located at the start and finish area. On course aid station called the "Lone Ranger" aid station is located at miles 3.8 and 6.3 per loop.
The main aid station will be manned by a few volunteers and will have water, pickle juice, bananas, oranges, and other various salty, sweet, and savory snacks. We will have our first aid located at the main tent.
The Lone Ranger aid station will have the same items the main aid station has just in smaller portions. This aid station may be unmanned depending on various circumstances.
or pay cash in the drop boxes at the park on the day of event