Georgetown Divide 100K
August 28 @ 12:00 pm - August 29 @ 8:00 pm
The Divide 100K is a 100 kilometer race over the Continental Divide near Georgetown, Colorado featuring approximately 17,000 feet of vertical gain and an average altitude of 11,300 feet, including over the highest pass on the entire continental divide.
• Runners must carry all required gear – SEE WEBSITE
• We are a cupless event
• Eight hours of trail work required
• Entries are not transferable..
• Cut-offs will be enforced
• Check in/out at every aid station
• Stay on trail, taking every switchback and passing every course marker
• Crewing only at aid stations
• No pacers
• Trekking poles are allowed and recommended
Friday, August 28:
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm: Race check-in at the City Park gazebo (it’s obvious). Remember your pack with required gear!
3:00 pm: Mandatory race briefing
6:40 pm: Short pre-race briefing
6:50 pm: Standing around City Park idly waiting for start
7:00 pm: Race Start*
Saturday, August 29:
11:30 pm: Guanella Pass Trailhead Cut-off
3:00 am: Geneva Creek Cut-off
6:15 am: Webster Pass Cut-off
9:15 am: Saint John’s Creek Cut-off
11:00 am: Food/drink at the finish line opens
11:30 am: Treeline 264 Cut-off
2:00 pm: Santa Fe Peak/Argentine Pass Junction Cut-off
3:00 pm: Race awards
6:00 pm: Paine Mountain Cut-off
8:00 pm: Finish Line Cut-off
*At the suggestion of a dear friend, we are going to try something different here at The Divide. Women and men will start in separate corrals on each side of Taos Street, side by side, so that both have the opportunity to line up at the front of the race.
More Details on Website here: https://divide100k.com/