The total distance is 17 miles or about 27 km. Elevation gain: 5377 ft. Elevation loss: 5377 ft.
Part 5 (This section is the steepest and most technical section of the course. It is 3rd class and there will be some fixed lines to help runners ascend the Tram Face. The ascent is off trail scrambling and most people will need to use their hands. From the top the course follows a soft double track along the ridge and back down the southeast face. )
Part 2 (This section follows mostly single track with a few sections of double track and one off trail section climbing up the north side of Squaw Peak. It descends on a single track trail. Both the ascent and descent may still have snow on them during the race. )
Part 1 (This section of the course follows mostly single track trails and a few sections of double track roads to ascend the north side of Emigrant Peak. It then wraps back around onto the east face for the descent.)
Part 3 (This part of the course traverses on single track over to the northwest side of KT-22 then ascends the northwest slope off trail and descends KT-22 on a single track trail. There may still be snow in this section of the course. )
Part 4 (This part of the course uses single track and double track to get to the base of the Tram Face.)
Part 6 (This is the last part of the course. It uses a mix of single track and double track to return to the finish at the base of the Tram in Squaw Village.)
Aid Station
Aid Station
Aid Station