Haulin’ Aspen participants will enjoy spectacular single track and forest service roads beginning and ending at Wanoga Sno-Park at an elevation of 5500 feet. The course weaves through the Deschutes National Forest offering stunning views and rolling terrain amongst the Ponderosa pines.

There will be several elevation changes, so come ready for challenging terrain. Marathoners should be prepared for a 700-foot vertical gain from mile 21.5 to mile 24. All courses have their ups and downs!

Trails can get dusty and are rocky in places, so you may consider sturdier shoes and gaiters. Temperatures can get very hot (cool in the early morning) during the summer, so it may be wise to carry your own water and energy products just to play it safe. (See aid station info below.)

The best way to prepare for the Haulin’ Aspen is with smart training and by studying the course maps, including the elevation profiles. (See all course maps below.) Ask questions before you show up on race day, since most of our staff will be busy getting everything ready for you.

Email us with any race course questions ahead of time: race@layitoutevents.com

Have fun and enjoy this inspiring mountain course!

Aid Stations will be stocked with water, GU electrolyte drink and Gu gels.

Full Marathon Course: There will be six aid stations along the Marathon course.  You will pass through two aid stations twice for a total of eight aid opportunities. Aid stations are located at approximately mile 2.4, 4.7, 9.7, 12.7, 15.3. 19.1 21.3 and 24.  **Please note that there are 5miles between aid stations 2 and 3.  Also be prepared for a 700 foot vertical gain climb from mile 21.5 to mile 24.  There will be an aid station at the beginning and end of the climb**

Half Marathon Course: There will be 3 aid stations along the half marathon course.  You will pass through one aid station twice for a total of 4 aid opportunities.  Aid stations will be located at approximately mile 2.4, 4.7, 7.6, and 10.9.

Half As Course: There will be two aid stations along the 6.5 mile course.  Aid Stations will be located at approximately mile 2.1 and 4.4.

Adventure Medics believes in providing medical services that go beyond the status quo.

Whether covering an event, supporting wildland fire operations or providing training to the public or medical professionals they like to do things a little different.

Because they have a unique advantage of being on site as a pre-positioned resource, Adventure Medics can emphasize safety and institute preventative measures to stop injuries and medical emergencies before they occur.

Should an emergency happen the staff of EMTs, paramedics and doctors are properly equipped and possess the experience to deal with the unique challenges that come with remote medical operations. Adventure Medics believes in high quality equipment and continuous training to ensure that we can field one of the most prepared medical response teams you can find.

www.advmedics.com | 541-639-9993

For ADA accommodations, contact Luke Larsen:

541-323-0964 | luke@layitoutevents.com

Click here for the Ride With GPS interactive map

The Ride With GPS app is free to download. You can send your course maps to your iPhone or Android, and have the ability to view your exact location on the course. Visit ridewithgps.com to set up account and for more details.

Click here for the Ride With GPS interactive map

The Ride With GPS app is free to download. You can send your course maps to your iPhone or Android, and have the ability to view your exact location on the course. Visit ridewithgps.com to set up account and for more details.

Click here for the Ride With GPS interactive map

The Ride With GPS app is free to download. You can send your course maps to your iPhone or Android, and have the ability to view your exact location on the course. Visit ridewithgps.com to set up account and for more details.

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