No transfers. Refunds up to October 4, 2020.
PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT
Every acidotic RACING (aR) event benefits a non-profit in part or in total. We’re very proud that this event benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The Following Information Pertains To The Long Course
Your friends at aR have designed one of the most technical and scenic courses possible in a location that was once brimming with fire…yes…’Pawtuck’ was once a volcanic site. We think the race’s namesake – the Roman God of Fire – would be proud of a course that will have you traversing a massive boulder field, tearing through dense forest, hammering down single-track switchbacks, jumping streams, crossing bridges and heading up a rocky slope appropriately named the Devil’s Staircase. The lava making up the park has long cooled, but your legs will be burning. This particular area of Pawtuckaway has gone unraced for too long so join us in what will be one of the most talked about trail races of the year.
This is a rugged trail race whose distance and elevation profile combine for a very challenging test even for the fittest endurance athlete. Make no mistake about it, the course travels along hiking trails with sections that must be negotiated very carefully. Run at the peak of NH foliage make sure to steal a peek or two at the highest elevations…it’ll be worth the effort.
There are no aid stations on the short course.
On the long course they are at the following locations:
Aid station 1: Round Pond mile 4.3
Aid station 2: Corner of Mt. Rd and South ridge connector mile 7.4
Aid station 3: Mountain trail, Woronoco split Mile 10.4
LONG COURSE STATS
13.1 miles, 2210 feet of gain
SHORT COURSE STATS
5.6 miles (+/- 0.5 miles), 745 feet gain, max slope 14.9%, average 4.2% gain
If you are a member of the military (active, retired, spouse) or a service profession (police, fire, rescue) please use the code "Hero2020" for $5 off your entry fee as a thank you for your service.
Photography & Video
Commercial photography and/or videography at our events is strictly prohibited unless advanced permission has been granted. Please contact the Race Director for further information. The use of drones at our events is prohibited. Spectators wishing to take photos or videos must remain off the course at all times.
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