NUT 100K & 50K

September 07, 2019

Welcome (back) to the NUT, a 100K and a 50K on the North Umpqua River Trail in Oregon. The 2017 race was cancelled just days before the start due to forest fires on the trails and roads. The repair and rebuilding occurred through 2018 and we are so ready to get you back onto this gorgeous course.

These point-to-point courses run almost entirely along the beautiful North Umpqua River in the Umpqua National Forest. The 100K begins at Swiftwater Park and finishes at Lemolo Lake. The 50K starts near the Marsters Bridge and also finishes at Lemolo Lake.

The trail winds through old-growth forest Douglas Fir, Hemlock and Sugar Pine, with trees more than 800 hundred years old. You’ll pass moss-covered rock bluffs, fern-covered hillside and run through lush forest past several waterfalls. Both are challenging courses, described as “brutiful”.

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Registration

Registration Starts On 2019-02-01

Contact

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Races

100K

September 07, 2019 (Saturday) - 06:00
Running
100 kilometers
 
4 ITRA Points
Trail Point to Point Hilly UTMB Solo
 

You are in for a real treat if you like single-track trail, crossing bridges, running through old-growth forests, ascending and descending mostly short, moderate climbs – all along an emerald green river. All but 3.25 miles of the race is on the North Umpqua Trail. Ninety percent is single-track trails. You will run less than a mile of pavement.

This is a 64-mile uphill course with over 11,000 feet of gain. The start is at the Swiftwater Park and the finish is at Lemolo Lake.

50K

September 07, 2019 (Saturday) - 08:00
Running
50 kilometers
 
3 ITRA Points
Trail Point to Point Hilly UTMB Solo
 

You are in for a real treat if you like single-track trail, crossing bridges, running through old-growth forests, ascending and descending mostly short, moderate climbs – all along an emerald green river. Ninety percent is single-track trails. You will run less than a mile of pavement.

The course has 5,700 feet of gain. The start is near the Masters Bridge and the finish is at Lemolo Lake.