Elephant Rock Trail Run
Welcome to Utah’s gnarly 50k and the original Elephant Rock Trail Races!
The challenging and popular Elephant Rock consists of four races: the 7-miler, the 13.8-miler, the 26.8-miler and the 50K. Come join us for the 7th annual run in the beautiful, scenic, Mueller Park in Bountiful, Utah.
The 50k “challenging” course offers views of untamed terrain from single track and fire roads starting at the Holbrook Canyon trailhead and weaving through The Great Western, Sessions Mountains, Mill Creek, Kenney Creek and Mueller Park.
They have a strict cut off time of 12 hours imposed by the park for the 50k. This is one of the main reasons this race is extremely difficult for first time 50kers. We highly encourage those undertaking this challenge to have already run at least a 26.8-miler trail before attempting this course. Everyone else will have 8 hours to complete all three distances (7-miler, 13.8-miler and the 26.8-miler). If anyone does not finish within the cutoff times, they will receive a finishers award but will not have an official time recorded.
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