6 & 12 HOUR
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The race will start at Wellington Lake. The race will travel through Jefferson County pending permits.
Racers will navigate the unmarked course by hiking/trekking, running, mountain biking (dirt road/trail), paddling (flat water), climbing, and rappelling.
The paddle section will be flat water. Unfortunately, USFS does not allow commercial rafting on the South Platte River.
Racers must form teams of 2-4 in order to participate.
Please click here for a list of all required gear and equipment.
Bring-your-own watercraft race. If you need a boat, you can add a boat to your registration or contact Castle Mountain directly for boat rental.
We love our volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering for this race, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page and the race director will be in touch.
RACE WEEKEND SCHEDULE
Friday, May 18:
Campers welcome. No check-in
Saturday, May 19:
Intro to climbing
Intro to Orienteering
Sunday, May 20:
5 am- late check-in/maps
6:30am race meeting
7 am-12-hour race start
7 pm- 12-hour race cutoff
7:30 pm – results
6 and 8-hour race
6-8 am- late check-in/maps
8-hour race meeting 8:30 am
8-hour race start 9 am/Race cutoff 5 pm
6-hour race meeting 9:30am
6-hour race start 10:00am/Race cutoff 4pm
Awards 1-hour post-race finish
There are is 1 motel in Baily. The best option will be to reserve a private campsite at Castle Mountain or reserve the community campsite via registration.
Rules can be found here.
Please stay tuned for race FAQs.
Please see the RMAS global cancellation policy for a detailed explanation of the reasoning behind a limited/or no refund policy.
We are unable to offer refunds on race registration fees within two weeks of the race start.
We will offer the following:
75% refund if canceled> 2 months before race day.
50% refund if canceled within 1 – 2 months of race day.
25% refund if canceled within 2-4 weeks of race day.
0% refund if canceled within two weeks of race day.