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Tushar Mountain Runs
The Tushars Mountain Runs near Beaver, UT feature 100 Kilometer, 70 Kilometer, Marathon and Half Marathon distances–all start at Eagle Point Resort (>10,000′) and all races climb to the highest point in the Tushar range, Delano Peak (12,174′).
Join us this July for a spectacular and brutal race you won’t soon forget. One of the toughest most spectacular mountain races in all of North America in a little known mountain range near Beaver, Utah. The Tushar Mountains are a hidden gem of high altitude peaks, mountain canyons, alpine lakes and stunning terrain. The Tushars Mountain Runs are staged out of Eagle Point Resort at an elevation of over 10,000 feet. All race distances climb to the highest point in the Tushar range, Delano PeakView more
Online registration closes on SUNDAY, 7/25/2021 at 11:59 p.m. Registration will be available after online registration closes at packet pickup and race day as long as we have not reached our capacity.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
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Race Day Schedule
Please arrive early to park, check in and warm up prior to your run. Restroom facilities are located at the start line at a permanent park facility.
4:15 AM – Packet pickup / race day registration begin
5:00 AM – 100 Km Start
6:30 AM – 70 Km Start
6:05 AM – Begin Civil Twilight
6:34 AM – Sunrise
7:00 AM – Marathon Start
8:00 AM – 1/2 Marathon Start
8:40 PM – Sunset
9:09 PM – End Civil Twilight
5:30 AM – 100 Km final cut-off / Race ends
Moon Phase – Last Quarter 50% Visible
Moonrise: 12:58 AM
Moonset: 1:05 PM
1040 North Elk Meadows Dr., Beaver, UT 84713
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
As all of you know and have agreed to during the registration process, there will be some differences in our race this year. These protocols are the best way for all of us to be able to enjoy trail running in a safe and responsible way. We take these guidelines very seriously and if you are not willing to fully abide by all the changes then we politely ask that you remain home. Further, if you are at all feeling unwell, remain home. Here is a document with additional details as it pertains to our staff, volunteers and participants: Aravaipa COVID