Antelope Canyon Ultras

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Take on an extreme challenge at the Antelope Canyon Ultras. Running through some of the most scenic mesas and deserts in the county, these races will test every inch of your physical ability.
50 Mile, 100 Mile, 55k, and 1 more
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5:45am Sat 12th Mar 2022 - 7:30am Sat 12th Mar 2022
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Page, United States
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Where and when
477 Haul Rd, Page, AZ 86040, USA
Start times
5:45am Sat 12th Mar 2022
50 Mile:
6:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022
100 Mile:
7:00am Sat 12th Mar 2022
7:30am Sat 12th Mar 2022
Half Marathon:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for Antelope Canyon Ultras
50 Mile
100 Mile
$285 - $360
Half Marathon
Route information
The Antelope Canyon Ultras is a collection of tough, long races that explore the canyons south of Antelope Canyon. Starting at Page Sports Complex, the courses will explore the Page Rim Trail, the Antelope Canyon, the Waterholes Canyon & more.
Starting at the Page Sports Complex, the Half Marathon follows the Page Rim Trail around the city of Page. First heading east, the course follows the trail counter-clockwise, passing the Page Rim Aid Station and the Powell Aid Station. The course will have a time limit of 4.5 hours.
The 55k starts by follow the same route as the Half Marathon, starting at Page Sports Complex and following the Page Rim Trail counter-clockwise. The course then heads south and makes a counter-clockwise loop, passing the Colorado river and then retuning to the start line. The course will have a time limit of 11.5 hours.
Starting at Page Sports Complex, the 50 Mile follows the same course as the 55k, circling the city of page, heading south to pass the Colorado River before returning to Page. The course will then divert on an out and back section of the course through Antelope Canyon. The course will have a time limit of 15 hours.
The 100 mile will do the 50 mile course twice. The course will have a time limit of 30 hours.
What's included
  • Finisher's Medal
  • Event Shirt
  • Awards
  • Aid & Water Stations
  • Bag Drop
How to get there
477 Haul Rd, Page, AZ 86040, USA
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By Car
Exit the CA-98 onto Coppermine Rd to reach the event.
There are a number of parking lots around the event. You may need to pay a parking fee.
Event day logistics
11am to 7pm Drive through Bib Pickup at John C Page Peak
5am Race day bib pickup opens
5:45am 50 Mile starts
6am 100 Mile starts
7am to 7:30am 55k starts
7:30am to 8am Half Marathon starts
12:30pm Half Marathon cut off time
7pm 55k cut off time
8:45pm 50 Mile cut off time
12 noon 100 Mile cut off time
Cut Off Times
The Half Marathon has a time limit of 4.5 hours, meaning a cut off time of 12:30pm on Saturday.
The 55k has a time limit of 11.5 hours, meaning a cut off time of 7pm on Saturday.
The 50 mile has a time limit of 15 hours, meaning a cut off time of 8:55pm on Saturday.
The 100 mile has a time limit of 30 hours, meaning a cut off time of 12 noon on Sunday.
Aid Stations
The 100 mile will pass 20 Aid Stations.
The 50 mile will pass 10 Aid Stations.
The 55k will pass 8 Aid Stations.
The Half Marathon will pass 3 Aid Stations.
There will be medics at the busiest aid stations.
Aid Stations include toilets, water, Gnarly Hydrate, Honey Stinger gels, basic first aid supplies and more.
Bag Drop
If you leave your bag with the organizers the night before, you will find it at key aid stations only the ultra courses.
Cup-less Event
Please be aware that this will be a cup free event, in order to reduce trash created. There will be no cups provided at the start/finish line or any aid station. You will need to bring your own container to carry water with you.
If you cannot bring your own water container, you can get a HydraPouch® supplied to you, either at the event or shipped to you. If it is less then a month to the event, having the pouch shipped is not guaranteed, so it is recommended that you collect your pouch at the Race Expo.
Please remember that this event may be impacted due to COVID-19. The event has an increased chance of being cancelled, or postponed due to unexpected COVID-19 developments. All runners who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 are expected to avoid attending the event.
What time do the races start at the Antelope Canyon Ultras?
The 50 mile starts at 5:45am, the 100 mile starts at 6am, the 55k race starts between at 7am and 7:30am, and the Half Marathon starts between 7:30am and 8am.
Will the Antelope Canyon Ultras take place in a National Park?
No, the event will take place next to a National Park, but the route does not go through the park.
Will there be cups at the Antelope Canyon Ultras?
No, this will be a cup-less event to reduce waste. You will need to bring your own container to carry water around the course.
4 reviews
Did the race in 2019
The race was incredibly well run. Coffee and water to start the day, compost toilets stationed everywhere, the aid stations were stocked with fruits, water, trail mixes, pretzels, and hydration drinks (Gnarly brand) and more if you ran a farther distance. It was a no waste event so they either provided reusable cups or I recommend bringing a bottle you can refill. (This was explained while signing up for the race and in the emails prior). The volunteers and race organizers were incredibly nice and supportive. The course was gorgeous with nice views, well marked, and was a lot of sand so be prepared! I will definitely do this one again and more races hosted by Vacation Races
Did the race in 2019
The bib pick up was fantastic, fast and easy.Getting there the morning of the half marathon, bathrooms were well organized and there were heated huts and fires for staying warm! Very cool on the Indian reservation.The scenes we're breathtaking. The beginning of the race was a little chaotic with the small trail and the large amount of people.Aid stations were top notch, you needed to bring your own cup/bottle for drinking cause of the Indian reservation.Food at the end was delicious! Medals we're fantastic!!! Would love to do again
Did the race in 2019
I loved the experience. The run in most sections was so beautiful (almost stacked it a couple times when taking it all in and not watching my feet). The only reason this scores low cos the course really isn't set up for spectators. But that's ok. I drew energy from the stunning surrounds. Will def do another vacation race again!
Did the race in 2019
This was my first destination run and I enjoyed it. The start was a bit congested and I wish I had started in the first heat. Overall it was a great experience and Im glad I did it. I also appreciate having less waste by not using disposable cups.
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