Just a heads up that Friday (tomorrow) is expected to get pretty gusty in the afternoon. So we have decided to move the expo location to a place less exposed to the wind, the Community Townhouse at John C Page park. Fortunately the wind should let up, so Saturday and Sunday should be perfect running […]
The 2019 Antelope Canyon Ultras Race Guide is here! We put together this helpful guide to answer questions you may have prior to traveling. Please take a few minutes to read it. Important Items The Event Schedule for the entire race weekend is on the front page and on Page 2. Please pay special attention […]
These races take us to some amazing places and introduce us to some amazing people. On October 20th, 2018 over 1400 runners from all around ran the Lake Powell Half Marathon. After the race, runners and their family and friends were invited to take part in a unique service project! October 20, 2018 We were […]
2019 Antelope Canyon UltrasMarch 9 & 10, 2019 | Page, AZRace day has passed, but the memories will last!Thanks for joining us at the Antelope Canyon Ultras and Trail Half Marathon. May you have tired legs, sand in your shoes, and dusty smiling faces. We hope you’ll run with us again soon! Race Results! Need […]
If you’re coming to the Antelope Canyon Ultras this weekend in Page, AZ, you need to know that the expo and bib pickup have moved to a new location. Tomorrow (Friday) will be pretty cold (it might even snow tonight) so we’re moving the race expo and bib pickup to the Community Townhouse at John […]
UTMB races have strict entry requirements which include accumulating enough race points through qualifier races in the previous two years.
All Vacation Races Ultras are qualifiers. Here are our qualifiers and points:
Antelope Canyon 100
Antelope Canyon 50
Antelope Canyon 55K
Bryce Canyon 100
Bryce Canyon 50
Bryce Canyon 50K
The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB) is a single-stage mountain ultramarathon that takes place once a year on either the last weekend in August or the first weekend of September in the Alps. It follows the route of the Tour du Mont Blanc through France, Italy and Switzerland and has a distance of approximately 166 kilometres (103 mi) and a total elevation gain of around 9,600 metres. It's widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in the world and one of the largest with more than 2,000 starters. It is one race during a week-long festival based around Chamonix in France. The combined participation in all of the events over the week approaches 10,000 runners.
We know stuff happens and sometimes you can't run a race you signed up for. Here are some options:
See the full Refund/Transfer Policy for details.
Shirts and medals are ordered soon after the final price jump. You'll still be guaranteed a shirt but not a specific size.
There will be a shirt exchange available at the finish line on race day.