Trans-Pecos Ultra is a unique and life-changing adventure. Discover the vast wilderness of Big Bend & the Chihuahuan Desert at the only multi-stage ultra marathon in Texas!
Trans-Pecos Ultra is a self-supported, multi-stage foot race. All entrants acknowledge that the race will take place in a remote area where facilities and comforts are limited. Participants are expected to possess basic outdoor experience and all of the mandatory equipment. The race does not require any special technical skills such as navigation or rope climbing.
The race is run in six, consecutive stages; the total race distance is approximately 170 miles / 273km – subject to logistical changes up to 10 miles. Stages 1-4 are each approximately 26 miles, Stage 5 at 56 miles, and Stage 6 at 6 miles. Race finish time is the aggregate of all stage finish times.

October 17, 2021
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The number for participants for the whole event is capped to 75.

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Trans-Pecos Ultra 4 Stage
October 17, 2021 (Sunday) - 08:00
Running
81.9 miles
Trail Mountain Range Desert Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 75.
Trans-Pecos Ultra 6 Stage
October 17, 2021 (Sunday) - 08:00
Running
163 miles
15,000 feet
6 ITRA Points
Trail Mountain Range Desert UTMB qualifier Solo

The race is run in Big Bend, vast wilderness located west of the Pecos River between the Chisos Mountains in Texas and the Sierra Madre Oriental in Mexico. Ran over 7 days the 6 stage race is around 160 miles long.

The number for participants for the race is capped to 75.
The information about this race is based on information provided by the organisers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]

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Big Bend
Press Release

Trans-Pecos Ultra preps for its inaugural event this fall

Presidio, Texas (May 19, 2015). Trans-Pecos Ultra is North America’s newest self-supported multi-stage ultra marathon and a first of its kind event in Texas. The inaugural race takes place October 18-24, 2015 at Big Bend Ranch State Park. Registration is open and limited to 100 participants. Big Bend is a vast wilderness located west of the Pecos River between the Chisos
Trans-Pecos Ultra
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 09 Jul 2015 13:20

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