Each Aid Station will be supported by several volunteers eager to assist you in making the most of your experience.
All aid stations that will be well stocked with all the treats runners love to help them get through the day, including fresh fruit, chips, gels, potatoes and salt, candy, cookies, soda, water, sports drink and other assorted goodies. There will be warm food — soup and quesadillas at Lake Chabot and Chabot Staging Area.
The aid stations will also have ice, sponges, and water buckets to help runners cool down. A pop-up tent for shade and some chairs will be available should you really need a moment to relax before continuing on.
Runners can access drop bags at 3 points (miles 25.2, 37.6, and 50.7. Pacers can enter at miles 37.6 and 50.7. No exceptions. All pacers must shuttle themselves into position. We offer no formal shuttles.
Crew is ok unless otherwise noted.
|100k||last aid||total distance||Notes|
|Chabot Staging||4||6.6||driving directions / flow diagram|
|Grass Valley / Clyde Woolridge||4||16.1||driving directions|
|Bort Meadow||2.1||18.2||driving directions|
|MacDonald Gate||2.6||20.8||no crew|
|Skyline Gate||4.4||25.2||Drop Bags/Pacers driving directions|
|Steam Trains (Tilden)||3.3||31.4||2pm hard cutoff|
|Skyline Gate||2.9||37.6||Drop Bags/Pacers|
|MacDonald Gate||4.4||42||no crew|
|Grass Valley / Clyde Woolridge||2.1||46.7|
|Lake Chabot||4||50.7||Drop Bags/Pacers 6:30 hard cutoff|
|Chabot Staging||4.5||56.2||7:25 hard cutoff|
|Bellhurst||4||60.2||8:30 hard cutoff|