MOKELUMNE RIVER TRAIL RUNNING FESTIVAL | DAY 2

Are you ready to take on the challenge?

Location:

Camanche Lake South Shore – Cottonwood Camping area
11627 Pattison Rd
Valley Springs, CA 95252

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Date & time:

 

SATURDAY April 22, 2017

50 Miler & 50K will start at 6:00am, with or without you. Be there on time!

Finish line Cutoff for both races is 7:30pm. See table below for cutoff times along the course.

50 mile & 50K course information: 

Runners participating in all 3 days of running will be awarded with an embroidered bag. You must complete all three races to receive it, 5k or 10k, 50k or 50mi, and half marathon. Also, all 50k and 50 mile runners will receive a finisher’s jacket or hoodie (tbd)!

The out-and-back course runs along the Mokelumne River Coast to Crest Trail and winds along the Mokelumne River past California’s historic mining towns and old mines.  Drink in the beautiful scenic views of Camanche and Pardee Lakes, oak woodlands, gorgeous wildflowers, the “Longest Mile Trail,” and wildlife that often includes the majestic Bald Eagle.

Please be aware that between the climbing and the possible/probable heat that the 50 mile course is not an easy race. Proper training is highly recommended. The 50 mile race has approximately 10,000 feet of climb.

Many thanks to the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for their assistance, as well as their custodianship of the Mokelumne River Coast to Crest Trail and the watershed lands.

  • Both races will start promptly at 6:00am starting at the Cottonwood Camping area.

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What’s Included

Major Swag

All of STR events are filled with goodies and custom bibs, while we know the killer hills and post race party with plenty of food will make you want to sign up again, we celebrate your finish with major swag. Each STR race has a little different swag because we know nobody needs 14 beer pints, or 12 tshirts.

Aid Stations

All of STR events are full of great aid station with the best available volunteers. The volunteers will help you fill up your bottles and quickly move toward the finish line. All of our full aid stations include soda, boiled potatoes, candy, VFuel gels, VFuel electrolyte, salt tablets, and much more.

Cupless Event

Each runner is responsible for bringing their own reusable cup or water bottle. Reusable cups are small, are no problem to carry along while running and will save thousands of cups from being trashed, and possibly blown away littering our beautiful trails. We will have some small collapsible water containers for sale at the event, or we recommend you purchase one in advance at your local running store or online at HydraPouch.

50 Mile course

**Elevation on this map is not 100% accurate. This course has more than 10k' climbing.**


**Elevation on this map is not 100% accurate. This course has more than 10k' climbing.**

50 mile Aid Stations:

Mokelumne River 50M/50K/13.1M  
Aid Station Distance Next AS Drop Bag Crew Cut off
Start 0 5      
Camanche Parkway 5 7.5   X  
Campo Seco 12.5 2.2 X X  
Horse Corral (Water Drop- self serve) 14.7 7.5      
Gwin Mine Road 22.2 3.3   X  
Middle Bar 25.5 3.3 X X 1:00pm (7hrs)
Gwin Mine Road 28.8 7.5   X  
Horse Corral (Water Drop) 36.3 2.2      
Campo Seco 38.5 7.5 X X 4:00pm
Camanche Parkway 46 5   X 6:30pm
Finish 51        

50 Mile runners. Please be aware that there is an 8 mile stretch of very tough course. Packs are recommended.

50K Course:

**Strava shows this course as 4200 feet of climbing elev**

**Strava shows this course as 4200 feet of climbing elev**

50K Aid Stations:

Mokelumne River 50K  
Aid Station Distance Next AS Drop Bag Crew Cut off
Start 0 5      
Camanche Parkway 5 7.5   X  
Campo Seco 12.5 2.2 X X  
Horse Corral (Water Drop) 14.7 2      
Horse Corral (Water Drop) 16.7 2.2      
Campo Seco 18.9 7.5 X X 4:00pm
Camanche Parkway 26.4 5   X 6:30pm
Finish 31.4        

Bib pick up

  • Bib pick up starts on Friday at 6:00pm or the day of the race one hour prior to the start.
  • Start/Finish Area (Cottonwood campgrounds).

 

Race day:

All participants will receive a schwag item.

Awards will be presented for the top three vfuel-logo-2016men’s and women’s finishers in each race. Age group awards will be presented only to first place in each group.

Runner instructions will be given ten (10) minutes prior to the race start. Runners are responsible for hearing all instructions, checking the website for updates, and reviewing the participant instructions email that will be sent and posted on FACEBOOK and TWITTER no later than Wednesday before the race weekend.

Gear check will be available at the Start/Finish Area. Runners must mark their items clearly with their name and place them in the gear
check area. Gear check is to be used at the runners’ own risk. SingleTrack Running is not responsible for any lost, misplaced, or stolen items.


 

Trail Use Permit

All runners will need to obtain a trail use permit to run the race. One day Trail use permit cost is $3.00 , yearly permit is $10. We encourage all runners to obtain a yearly permit before the event to expedite things on race day.

A Trail Use Permit bearer (Permittee) may take additional responsibility for and accompany his/her immediate family and up to three (3) guests while on EBMUD trails.


 

Parking

Runners not camping must park in the main parking area next to the Lake Camanche store.

 

 


 

Air travel & Lodging

The best option for air travel is Sacramento International Airport (SMF), approximately 60 miles northwest of the race site.  Some airlines fly into Stockton Metropolitan Airport (SCK), approximately 50 miles southwest of the race site.

CAMPING/CABINS

Camping is available at the Start/Finish area.

For reservations, contact:
Camanche Recreation Company
209-763-5121

You may also reserve your campsite online. We recommend selecting a campsite near the Cottonwood camping area.

These are the only available accommodations within 11 miles of the race start.

Ione 11 miles
Angels Camp 18 miles
Sutter Creek 18 miles
Lodi 21 miles

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Are you ready to take on the challenge?

COURSE PICTURES