Angeles Crest 100 Endurance Run

2022 Race Course Details

This one-time course change had to be done because of extensive damage to trails between Chantry Flats, Newcomb Saddle, Redbox and Shortcut Saddle from the Bobcat Fire and a very heavy December rainstorms that flooded the canyons below Chantry Flats and major damage and subsequent repair to the paved road 3/4 miles from Chantry which will not be repaired till the end of 2022. The USFS will not allow us to put on the race through the Chantry Flats/Mt Wilson area. As a result of closure, we have decided to put on an out-and-back race this year only which will avoid the Chantry Flats/Mt Wilson area. The race will begin in Wrightwood, turn around at Shortcut Saddle and finish in Wrightwood.

To better understand this year's course change, we created this page with all necessary information you need to know. Here is the main information about this year's course.

On this interactive map you can see the course, the aid stations, and the elevation profile. If you move your mouse over the elevation profile it will show on the map where it is. The aid station locations are indicated by the water drop icons. Blue icons are aid stations on the way out and red icons are the ones coming back. You can click the water drop icons to read all the details about that particular aid station.

To go directly to this map click here.

You can also download the GPX file if you want to upload it yourself somewhere.

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