Never Summer Race Productions Inc
JULY 13-14, 2024
Eagle, COLORADO

24-HOUR
NEVER SUMMER

Returning for its 9th year, the Never Summer Adventure Race is returning to beautiful Eagle, CO and will take place July 13-14, 2024. In this advanced 24-hour race, teams of 2-4 will stick together to paddle, mountain bike, and trek their way on an unmarked course all while navigating map and compass. This page is dedicated to the 24-hour Never Summer. If you are looking for the beginner/intermediate 6-hour Never Summer, please click here.

We are part of four awesome race series in 2024!

Rocky Mountain Adventure Series: A race series throughout the Rockies aimed at bringing more people into the great sport of Adventure Racing and promoting all of the races in the region. Teams that race multiple RMAS events will accumulate points that can win them the Championship title and a cash prize at the end of the racing season!

USARA Regional Championships: We are one of just ten races around the country that will earn the winners a free spot at the 2024 USARA Nationals in this fall. Nationals usually sells out, so this could be your ticket!

Adventure Racing World Series North American Circuit: This is a collection of the best mid-distance adventure races in the Northern American region. Participating teams earn points toward their North American rankings, as well as a chance for an entry into a lottery for a free entry into the 2025 ARWS World Championships.

Arc’teryx series: Participate in 2 of the 3 races – Genesis, Never Summer, and Battle By The Brook – and qualify to win an amazing Arc’teryx prize! Please notify race directors that you are intending on participating in this series. 

All or part of this operation is conducted on Public Lands under special permit from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

RACE UPDATES

Boat rental link now open. See below.

RACE LOCATION

Race Check In: Eagle River Center, Town of Eagle, Colorado

RACE ACTIVITIES

Racers will navigate the unmarked course by hiking/trekking, mountain biking (dirt road/trail), and paddling.

Approximate distances:

Bike 68 miles 

Trek 14 miles

Paddle 21 miles

TEAMS

Racers must form teams of 2-4 in order to participate.

REQUIRED GEAR

Please click here for a list of all required gear and equipment.

EQUIPMENT RENTAL

Inflatable kayak rentals are available through Timberline Tours. This includes PFD, paddle, and transport of boat. 

https://www.adventurecentral.com/user/web/m/wfRentalCalendar.aspx?RUID=2324&SELDT=6/13/2024&CLUID=98f486f2-d00f-4fd0-8e59-d220bab0c20f

Note: your credit card will need to be entered in order to make the rental, however, you will not be charged until 2 days prior to the event. 

VOLUNTEER

We love our volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering for this race, click here and the race director will be in touch.

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RACE DAY SCHEDULE

Schedule subject to change

Race check-in (2 options): Friday July 12  4-6pm. Location TBD. 

Saturday July 13 9:30-10:00am. Location: Eagle River Center

Pre-race meeting: 10:30am Eagle River Center

Race start: 11am

LODGING

Eagle CO has many lodging options including hotels and vacation rentals. However, they do book up quickly for the summer months, so be sure to get your reservations early.

RULES

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CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellation Policy:
> 2 months before the race date we are able to offer a 75% refund

1-2 months prior to the race date we are able to offer a 50% refund.

3-4 weeks prior to the race date we are able to offer a 25% refund.

Less than 2 weeks prior to the race, no refund is available. We apologize for any inconvenience but at this point, we have paid for all race expenses and have been planning on you attending.

NEED A TEAMMATE?

Are you needing a teammate to compete with in one of our races? Check out the Adventure Race Teammate Finder Facebook page for other racers looking for partners!

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