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Dead Horse Ultra 50 Mile

Intermediate/Difficult
 5.0 (1) RECOMMENDED ROUTE

The race features the new singletrack trails, Mag 7 and 7-Up.


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Map Key

49.7

Miles

80.0

KM

97%

Runnable

5,791' 1,765 m

High

4,579' 1,396 m

Low

3,887' 1,185 m

Up

3,886' 1,184 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

17%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Leashed

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Overview

The Dead Horse course was created to feature the Magnificent Seven Trails off of Gemini Bridges. The race features more singletrack than any other Moab footrace.

Need to Know

Mad Moose Events' Special Request: While running on the Mag 7 and &-Up trails, please be aware of where you step so that you are sure to stay off of the Cryptobiotic Crust. The crust is a living organism that takes a long time to recover from human disturbances.

Description

The course will challenge you with technical slickrock and sandy washes and has great views of Arches National Park, the La Sal Mountains and the Moab Valley. The race features the new singletrack trails, Mag 7 and 7-Up.

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Justin Ricks

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Fins near Gemini Bridges.
May 23, 2016 near Moab, UT
Slickrock trails with views of the La Sals.
May 23, 2016 near Moab, UT
Gemini Bridges!
May 23, 2016 near Moab, UT
The geological diversity of Moab is clearly evident along this section of the Great Escape Trail.
Mar 26, 2015 near Moab, UT
Running around the corner on Getaway Trail
Mar 20, 2015 near Moab, UT
Running on nice sandy Bull Run Trail (Magnificent 7 Trail)
Mar 20, 2015 near Moab, UT

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