Wild Wild West Marathon & Ultras

Lone Pine , California
50M, 31M, 26M, 10M

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Wild Wild West Marathon & Ultras

50M

May 6th 05:00 AM

31M

May 6th 06:00 AM

26M

May 6th 06:00 AM

10M

May 6th 06:00 AM

As the United State’s third oldest trail marathon behind Pikes Peak and Catalina Island, the Wild Wild West Marathon features a challenging point to point course starting in the foothill outside of Lone Pine, California (220 miles east of Los Angeles) and traversing the eastern Sierra foothills.  A favorite among ultra runners, the route includes several steady climbs and moderate declines at altitudes between 3700 and 8600 feet.  Despite the hills, elevation, and typical heat (90° by high noon), the spectacular scenery may be worth the discomfort.  Striking vistas, the snow-capped eastern Sierra, and the expansive Owens Valley are just a few of the sights along the way.  The race enjoys a cult-like following as most of the nearing 500 (whether looking good, bad, or ugly at the finish), return the following year.

Map Info

Map Address: Tuttle Creek Campground, Lone Pine, CA 93545, USA
Marker: 50M


Map Address: Tuttle Creek Campground, Lone Pine, CA 93545, USA
Marker: 31M


Map Address: Tuttle Creek Campground, Lone Pine, CA 93545, USA
Marker: 26M


Map Address: Tuttle Creek Campground, Lone Pine, CA 93545, USA
Marker: 10M


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